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June 11th

Brent B. Hawkes, 72

June 11, 2014

Brent B. Hawkes, 72, a Salt Lake City resident formerly of Blackfoot, passed away on Wednesday, June 4, 2014, at his home from natural causes.
He was born April 8, 1942, Blackfoot, Idaho, the son of Francis Sidney and Genevieve Pearl Goodwin Hawkes.
He grew up in Blackfoot where he graduated from Blackfoot High School. Brent started his education at BYU and then he continued his extensive education career in Philadelphia and graduated with his doctorate in Education from Penn State.

June 10th

Firth woman receives honor from state's dairymen

June 10, 2014

Mikaela Jensen, a recent graduate from Firth High School (FHS), can be spotted on billboard across Eastern Idaho. She was named the Distinguished Student of the Year by the United Dairymen of Idaho.
For her senior project, Jensen organized a Senior Prom at The Gables in Shelley, an elder care facility. The prom took place in January. She selected The Gables because her grandmother, Zelda Moser, was living there at that time.

Starting off the week with a qualified ride

June 10, 2014

POCATELLO — The first full day of rodeo action took to the Bannock County Fairgrounds in Pocatello Tuesday afternoon and for the kids from Bingham County the morning sessions results were mixed.
For some Tuesday mornings session was the first time they had hit the arena on the quest for a Idaho High School Rodeo Finals title as each and every competitor were looking to earn their spot in Saturday's final.

June 9th

Recent BHS grad uses art to raise college funds

June 9, 2014

Where there's a will there's a way. Wyatt Anderson, who just graduated from Blackfoot High School, needs money for college tuition. As an actor, who has participated in high school and local theater productions through the years, Anderson is planning to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles this fall.

LeRoy Elsdon Howard Jr., 89

June 9, 2014

LeRoy Elsdon Howard Jr., 89, of Blackfoot, Idaho passed away Thursday, May 29, 2014 at The Willow’s.
Elsdon was born March 5, 1925 in Blackfoot, Idaho to LeRoy Elsdon Howard and Hannah Elizabeth Gummersall. He attended school in Blackfoot, graduating from Blackfoot High School.  
He served in World War II in the United States Army and served as a cook on a ship called USS Granmede in various locations. After the Navy, he attended BYU and graduated in chemistry.

June 8th

Anderson takes humanitarian trip to Philippines

June 8, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Idaho District 31-A Representative Neil Anderson, a Blackfoot resident, took part in a 12-day humanitarian outreach to the Philippines this year from April 23 to May 4.
On Nov. 8, 2013, the Philippines was hit by the biggest typhoon in its history, at least in windspeed, with gusts exceeding 230 miles per hour. This was Typhoon Yolanda in which over 6,300 people died.
Anderson, his son, Tyler, and 13-year-old grandson, Dylan, from Brigham City, Utah, joined a 18-person team to help the Filipino people on the Philippine island of Leyte.

June 6th

Blackfoot man was among D-Day participants

June 6, 2014

The U.S. Army Rangers were organized in 1943 as a light artillery unit.
Edward (Eddie) Krumenacker, father of Blackfoot Fire Department Captain Dave Krumenacker, was in an artillery unit before transferring to the Rangers in 1944. He was a Tech 5th grade, a radioman, with the 5th Rangers.
The first military action the Rangers saw was on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944. There were six Ranger divisions. The 2nd and 5th saw action at Normandy in northern France. The 1st, 3rd and 4th were stationed in Italy and the 6th division was assigned to the Pacific Theatre.

Dallas Hone, 57

June 6, 2014

Dallas Hone, 57, of Blackfoot, passed away peacefully on May 29, 2014 surrounded by loved ones, in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Dallas was born August 18, 1956 in Blackfoot, Idaho, to Lynn and Eva Frasure Hone.  He graduated from Blackfoot High School and continued his education at ISU, receiving an Associate Degree in Diesel Mechanics.  As a young man, he married Noi Kofoed and had two sons, Ladd and Shawn.  Eventually, he made his way to Salt Lake City and worked for Warner Trucks, National Lease and various companies.  Later on, he met Donna, the love of his life and spent 20 wonderful years with

June 5th

Soldier recalls D-Day

June 6, 2014

ROCKFORD — Today marks the 70th anniversary of D-Day when American, British and Canadian troops hit the five beaches of Normandy in northern France.
Early on the morning of June 6, 1944, 7,000 ships of all sizes approached the coast of Normandy. This was the largest flotilla the world had ever seen, and has never been surpassed.
On D-Day, Americans were assigned to attack the beaches of Utah and Omaha. The British attacked Gold and Sword Beaches; the Canadians attacked Juno Beach.

Edward 'Ted' Charles Cook, 92

June 5, 2014

Edward “Ted” Charles Cook, 92, of Blackfoot, passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family on Tuesday, June 3, 2014.
Ted was born March 12, 1922 in Paris, Idaho to Eldon W. Cook and Florence Shirley Cook. During his early life, he lived in Pegram, Idaho; Paris, Idaho; Provo, Utah; and Snowflake, Ariz.  

 

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