Archive - 2014
A new insignia designed for the Bingham County Sheriffâ€™s Office has won the first place in the contest sponsored by â€śLaw and Order-- The Magazine for Police Management.â€ť
This design won first place for sheriff offices with over 25 deputies, east and west.
â€śWe won nationally,â€ť said Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland.
Bingham County Sheriffâ€™s Sgt. David Johnson and his wife, Lori, designed the insignia.
â€śThe sheriff wanted to have something that represents what the county means to us,â€ť said Johnson. â€śI chose a flag and eagle.
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FIRTH â€” Just before halftime Friday night one of the light banks on the Firth High School football field went out with North Fremont setting up for a First and goal from the Cougar five yard line.
After as brief discussion between Firth head coach Keith Drake and the officials the teams moved down to the other end of the field to continue play while the lights came back on.
The Huskies punched the ball in two plays later from three yards out to take a 16-8 lead heading into halftime.
HONOLULU (AP) â€” An airline is complaining that passengers are getting lost and missing their flights because of a lack of road signs helping them find an out-of-the way Hawaii airport.
Mokulele Airlines is the first commercial airline to offer service out of a west Oahu airport that's at a former naval air station. On July 1, the airline began offering three roundtrip flights a day to Kahului, Maui, out of the Kalaeloa Airport.
"We've had a lot of no-shows because people miss the flight because they can't find the airport," said CEO Ron Hansen.
POCATELLO â€” Two Blackfoot women will be honored at the Pocatello NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday.
educator Corina Moran will receive the John Purce President's Award. This award is the local Branch's highest honor and is given annually to an individual, organization or business that has made considerable strives in his or her community to elevate the status of individuals through advocacy, education, outreach, collaborated partnerships and social justice.
PITTSBURGH (AP) â€” Authorities say a Pennsylvania woman made jury duty even worse than usual for nine people by stealing their money while they were hearing a different case.
The Allegheny County sheriff on Thursday charged 38-year-old Jawanda Tench, of Swissvale, with stealing $520 from the jurors' purses.
Deputies reviewed surveillance video and saw a woman who appeared to have court papers sticking out of her pocket enter the jury room on Tuesday around the time the money went missing.
POCATELLO â€”Â What a difference 48 hours makes.
In there 4A district 5/6 tournament opener on Tuesday the Broncos fell behind early to Preston and were never able to rally as the fell 2-1 to Indians setting up a win or go home game Thursday at Century High School against Rigby.
Blackfoot head coach Liam Pope wanted his team to control the tempo of the game and posses the ball.
From the opening kick-off on Thursday the Broncos did just that.
THOMAS â€”Â Each school district must have in place an alternate pathway to graduation for those students who need it.
Snake River High School counselor Karen Crook presented the recommendations for an alternate route to graduation to Snake River school board members on Wednesday evening. These rubrics were designed by Crook, high school counselor Brian Goff and counselor secretary Cindy Williams.
It was patterned after the alternative pathway designed by Century High.
HONOLULU (AP) â€” A group is claiming a world record for a popular Hawaii dish, after putting together a massive bowl of rice, hamburger, eggs and gravy.
Chef Hideaki Miyoshi of Tokkuri Tei restaurant and volunteers at the Fifth Annual Rice Festival assembled a bowl of loco moco that weighed 1,126 pounds.
Loco moco was invented in the late 1940s in Hilo. There are varieties, but the basic dish consists of hot white rice, a hamburger patty, an over-easy fried egg and brown gravy.
Guinness World Records said the dish would have to weigh at least 1,100 pounds for consideration.