Archive - Jul 26, 2013
Books, desks, chair, bulletin board are on sale at the Pingree Elementary School from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. Each person's memories of the school and his/her time there are thrown in for free.
The garage sale is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today in hopes of getting rid of the school supplies that have accumulated at the school for the past five years.
"We call it the Pingree Mall," said Snake River High School secretary Sally Nelson.
The summer has come to an end for the Shelley Russets.
In their return to American Legion baseball after a 10-year absence the Russets had their hopes of making it into next weekâ€™s American Legion â€˜Aâ€™ state tournament dashed as the Idaho Falls Rangers defeated them 13-2 in five inning at Halliwell Park.
The Russets' downfall on Friday with their inability to get the third out of several innings.
There may be no sport that feeds off of emotion more than the game of baseball.
With each pitch, a team's fate can change and a comfortable lead can become a large deficit.
The Blackfoot Broncos found that out Friday afternoon in the semifinal game of the Area â€˜Câ€™ American Legion district tournament at Halliwell Park.
BLACKFOOT â€” Juvenile probation officer Mark Gough received a plaque from Bingham County Commissioner chairman Ladd Carter on Tuesday for "assisting in saving someone's life."
On Thursday, May 23, 2013, Gough received a call from juvenile probation officer Dyrk Blackburn, who said he had been notified that a probationer was in need.
A probationer had contacted the probation officer because he was concerned about his friend, a fellow probationer. The probationer had recently moved from Shelley, so even his parents did not have a current address.