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September 3rd

Blackfoot boy selected as Hometown Hero

September 3, 2014

For Alec Carlson of Blackfoot, helping his mother comes naturally and it's just what he does; but to his mother, "he is a hero." Now, Alec, just 11 years old, will be recognized as the youngest recipientt of "Idaho's Hometown Hero Medal."
Alec will receive his medal at the fourth annual Idaho's Hometown Hero Medal ceremony on Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Stephens Performing Arts Center in Pocatello.

Broncos, Bobcats play to 1-1 draw

September 3, 2014

BLACKFOOT — On a day as windy as Wednesday was trying to play anything in the air would prove to be a challenge.
During pre game warmups the Blackfoot and Madison girls soccer teams spent a majority of their warmups figuring out how to play the ball downfield without it getting caught up in the 25-35 mph winds.
After winning the coin flip the Broncos had the chance to play with the wind at their backs in the first half and the Broncos took advantage by sending as many balls towards the Bobcats net as possible.

Bo Jody Taylor, 19

September 3, 2014

Bo Jody Taylor, 19
It is with great sorrow that the family of Bo Jody Taylor, 19, of Blackfoot, Idaho announces his passing on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014 in Montpelier, Idaho from injuries sustained in an accident while doing what he enjoyed and loved.
Bo was born Jan. 12, 1995 in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the son of Jody Taylor and April Collins.
Bo graduated from Butte High School in Butte, Montana. Bo was an all-around athlete. He excelled in track, wrestling and his favorite of all, football, where he and his teammates brought home the state championship his senior year.

Lillie Laurene Provost Ghangraw, 88

September 3, 2014

Lillie Laurene Provost Ghangraw, 88, of Fort Hall, Idaho passed away Monday, Sept. 1, 2014 at her home.
Lillie was born Aug. 25, 1926 in Fort Hall, Idaho to Grant Martin and Abbie Stone.  She lived her entire lifetime in Gibson, Idaho.  
In 1942 Lille married “Lee” Leland Broncho; he preceded her in death on Jan. 23, 1990.  She then married Everett Ghangraw on July 4, 1974.
Lillie retired from the INL.  In her free time she enjoyed gardening, needlepoint, crochet, beadwork and raising farm animals.  

Debra (Christensen) Merle, 60

September 3, 2014

Debra (Christensen) Merle, 60, passed away on Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014.
Debra was born Sept. 17, 1953, to Grant and Marcia (Mcintyre) Christensen in St. Anthony, Idaho. Debra graduated from Blackfoot High School in 1971 and went on to earn an associate in Criminal Justice. She was an in home caretaker and worked for the Department of Labor. Debra enjoyed casinos, camping and off road mudding. Debra was a gunsmith and she loved guns.

September 2nd

Council approves spending of airport funds

September 2, 2014

During a brief public hearing on Tuesday night, Blackfoot city leaders approved executing funds from this year’s [2013-2014] fiscal year budget to supplement the cost of an improvement project at Blackfoot’s McCarley Field Airport.
Blackfoot Mayor Paul Loomis explained that the city has secured a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for $372,760.
The project slated at the airport will include the installation of new runway lighting, a beacon and supplemental windsocks.

Lady Russets blank Lady Panthers 4-0

September 2, 2014

THOMAS — Rivalry games are always fun.
The Snake River and Shelley boys soccer teams played a wild game on Tuesday afternoon, that saw nine goals scored and a two goal lead evaporate.
After watching their 3-1 lead disappear in the early minutes of the second half, the Russets took advantage of a Panthers miscue to earn a 5-4 win in the teams season opener at Snake River High School.
The Panthers Paulo Bergamaschi, who had already scored three goals in the game was involved in the play that tied the game at 4-4 with 8:48 to play.

Blaine Wesley Jensen, 75

September 2, 2014

Blaine Wesley Jensen, 75 of Blackfoot, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014 at home surrounded by his family.
He was born June 10, 1939 in Blackfoot, Idaho, the second child of James W. Jensen and Ruby Parrish Jensen. The family moved from Rockford to a small home where the American Potato business now sits; to a rented home in Blackfoot for one winter; to Wapello for two years on the farm now owned by Carl Cooper and then to Pingree.

Isabell Carlson, 98

September 2, 2014

Isabell Carlson, 98
"I was born in Starr's Ferry, Idaho, just four miles out of Burley on Jan. 12, 1916 to Ensign Henry Stocking and Isabelle Verena Shields Stocking.
I was one of 6 children — Leona, Elizabeth, Lamont, James, Emma and me, the youngest. We had an 80-acre farm and there I learned a great love for Idaho history and the Oregon Trail, spending much time at the City of Rocks.

Betty Jane Wilcox 89

September 2, 2014

Betty Jane Wilcox 89, of Aberdeen died peacefully in her home on August 28, 2014 following an extended illness. Her family has no doubt that she is grateful to be reunited the love of her life, Arden, and her family who preceded her in death. Betty is remembered by family and friends as an adoring wife, mother and grandmother. She was a kind neighbor and was always willing to help someone in need.

 

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