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Archive - Feb 5, 2014

Blackfoot High wins We The People title again

February 5, 2014

Lt. Gov. Brad Little was among those impressed by Blackfoot High School's We The People team on Wednesday.
The Broncos won their seventh straight competition and earned the right to represent the state in the national event in Washington, D.C. in late April.

Extradition sought in battery case

February 5, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Bingham County Prosecuting Attorney Cleve Colson said the process of extraditing a Blackfoot man should be completed in the near future.
Colson said he was in the process of obtaining a governor's warrant to extradite Fernando Lee Naranjo, 33, who is charged with felony aggravated battery and felony injury to a child with bodily injury. The incident involved his 3-month-old daughter.
Naranjo was arrested in Ogden, Utah, on Jan. 23. He is in the Weber County Jail waiting extradition.

Joann Van Orden, 78

February 5, 2014

JoAnn F. Van Orden, 78, of Thomas, Idaho passed away Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014 peacefully in her home following a fall.
She was born May 15, 1935 to Burton and La Priel Furniss.  She was one of five daughters.  JoAnn attended school and graduated from Snake River High School.  
It was there in the seventh grade that she met her future husband, Glenn Van Orden.  She married Glenn, the love of her life, on Nov. 6, 1953 in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple.  They have five children; 22 grandchildren; and 29 great- grandchildren.  

Linda Broncho, 53

February 5, 2014

Linda Broncho, 53, of Gibson passed away Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. 
She was born Sept. 8, 1960 in Pocatello, the daughter of Bert Broncho and Eva Hardy Broncho.
Linda received her GED at Washington State and then went to AGC Teamster Truck Driver Training in Weiser.  After working in these non-traditional fields, Linda went to college at ISU where she received her license as a nail technician and ultimately earned her associate’s degree in Marketing and Management.  

Golf fees going up

February 5, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Golfers will pay between 2 and 4 percent more to play at Blackfoot Golf Course this season.
That's because the members of the Blackfoot City Council approved the increases at Tuesday's meeting.
Head PGA professional Mike Dayley said, "this fee increase will generate roughly $12,000-$15,000 in additional revenue.
"The increase will help to plug a continuing hole," Dayley added, noting that nearly all costs related to operating golf courses are rising. "Thank goodness the city is proactive. Last year, 157 golf courses shut down nationwide; only 14 opened."

 

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