Archive - 2014
SHELLEYâ€”Entering the fourth quarter of Friday's homecoming football game, Shelley trailed South Fremont 14â€”10.
However, the Russets benefited from a 34-point fourth quarter to win their homecoming game 44â€”14 Friday night, getting two interception returns from Braxton Smith within the span of 40 seconds.
After the opening kickoff, the Russets marched 63 yards in 8 plays to the Cougars' 15-yard line.
However, the drive stalled, as Russets quarterback Tyler Fredrickson fumbled and the Cougars recovered at their own 10-yard line.
BLACKFOOTâ€”The Ridge Crest Elementary school jumprope team students are jumping to new heights thanks to a $2,500 grant from Bingham Memorial Hospital. The team of 130 students (grades 1-5) had a chance to learn from some of the best when the award winning "ProForm Airborne" Jumprope team from Idaho Falls came to their school on Friday. Not only did the team show off its best moves, but they stayed afterwards to conduct a workshop with the students.
The participants learned new rope tricks in single rope, double dutch, partner skills and much more.
BOISE (AP) â€” Cynthia Adams took a 2,400-mile trip down memory lane in late September.
It wasn't something she planned. It just happened, she said.
Now the 52-year-old and her family are searching for answers to what triggered the four-day episode, which began when she abandoned daily errands after a Sept. 24 psychologist appointment and â€” without telling anyone â€” set out on a solo trip to her childhood home in Clara, Miss.
Myrtle Ellen Jepson, 93, our precious mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister, went home to her Savior on October 8, 2014, surrounded by her family.Â She was born on August 22, 1921, in Marriott, Utah, to Joseph Henry and Martha Ritchie Gooch. She grew up in Marriott, Utah, and Riverside, Idaho. She was the youngest of 6 children, 3 boys and 3 girls, all deceased.
BLACKFOOT â€” Some winced, some cried, some giggled - while others stayed stiff as a board - as Idaho State University nursing students administered over 500 free flu shots to folks young and old at Bingham Memorial Hospital's open house celebration on Thursday evening.
In addition to drawing a crowd with the free shots, hospital officials presented an evening of food, entertainment and prizes. There was face painting, balloons and a food table for the kids, giving parents a chance to mingle and visit with the new healthcare providers who were there to meet the community.
THOMAS â€”Â The way the match began Thursday night it was easy to think the Snake River Lady Panthers were going to roll visiting South Fremont.
But that was far from the case.
After rolling over the Cougars 25-13 in set one, the Panthers had to battle and claw to take set two 25-21.
Snake River dropped set three forcing a fourth set.
In the fourth and final set the Panthers led the entire way, but had to fight off a very tough Cougar team at the end to earn 25-20 win and take the match 3-1.
BLACKFOOT â€”Â Going into Wednesday night's senior night game the Blackfoot Broncos already knew they would be the number two seed in next week's District 5/6 soccer tournament.
But the goal was to earn the victory in front of a raucous home crowd under the light's of the Blackfoot High School football field.
For over 65 minutes the Broncos and Trojans played to a scoreless draw. But a free kick with 13:45 left in the game found the back of the net to give Rigby a 1-0 win spoiling senior night for the Broncos five seniors.
It was a magical evening for princesses (from tots to teens) and their fathers as they enjoyed an evening on stage at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center Daddy/Daughter Dance Wednesday evening.
The stage was aglow in soft pink with white twinkle lights adding to the ambiance of the fairy tale like evening as about 50 daddy/daughter couples enjoyed games, refreshments and danced across the stage. There was even dance instructions offered for those dads with "two left feet" who felt a little awkward on the dance floor.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) â€” Police officers often deliver citations, and in urgent circumstances they've been known to deliver a baby. Now, here comes pizza.
When a Pizza Hut driver hurt his neck and back in a crash earlier this month, two Portland Police Bureau officers heard him call his boss, and they offered to finish the delivery for him.
Steve Huckins says he and his wife were a little worried when Officers Michael Filbert and Royce Curtiss showed up at the door Sept. 1, but when they heard the whole story, they broke out laughing.