Archive - Sep 12, 2013
BLACKFOOT â€” When the Blackfoot and Pocatello High School boys soccer teams met in Pocatello last year it took just five minutes for the Broncos to put up five goals on the way to a 15-1 win.
YAKIMA, Wash. â€” Aloha Gean Harvey was born Oct. 1, 1920 in Salmon to K.E. and Lucille Powell Brown. Aloha Gean had one brother, Kenneth Brown.
She rode her horse Runt to the one-room school house on Lee Creek. She graduated from Leadore High School in 1938. She was raised and went to school there until she met Urban Kluesner. They eloped and got married Oct. 6, 1940 in Dillon, Mont.
Robert â€śBobâ€ť Hansen, 93, passed away on Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, at his sonâ€™s home in Idaho Falls.Â
He was born on Oct. 27, 1919 in Blackfoot, to Melvin and Veda Peterson Hansen.Â He was raised on a farm near Blackfoot and graduated from Blackfoot High School, class of 1937.Â He served in the Army in World War II as a corporal.Â
He married Velma â€śTillieâ€ť Anderson on Feb. 24, 1948, in Butte, Mont.Â Their marriage was later solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple.Â
He owned Bob & Dales Restaurant and also worked as a postal carrier.Â After retiring he ran a taxi service in Blackfoot.Â
BLACKFOOT â€” Ed and Kaylynn Gorder, familiar faces in the Blackfoot business community, became the new owners of Stan's Restaurant on Friday. The Gorders are the owners of successful local businesses Downtown Bread and Gorder's Honey. Kaylynn has managed the bakery/eatery [Downtown Bread] at 111 W. Bridge St. for the past 7 years, while Ed has run the honey business on Highway 39 for 25 years.
THOMAS â€” Nursing a one goal lead with 10 minutes remaining in the game the Snake River LAdy Panthers knew they were going to face some pressure from visiting Teton.
What they did not know was just how much pressure they would be under in those final minutes.