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August 3rd, 2012

Local artist shows off her work

August 4, 2012

Billie Cullimore of Blackfoot is a woman of many talents: an internationally acclaimed poet, designer, author and artist...and, she said she's not a bad cook either.
Cullimore, whose work can be found in Germany, Holland, France, Australia and throughout the United States, has a studio called 'Billie's Originals' within the walls of the Artistic Spirit Gallery in Blackfoot featuring her $10,000 original painting titled 'Pioneer's Dream.'

Little Buckaroo Rodeo continues today

August 4, 2012

Action in the Little Buckaroo Rodeo continues today.

A cowboy breakfast is served from 7-10 a.m. in the Firth City Park. The “Cowboys and Indians” Parade begins at Firth High School and ends at the Firth City Park. The Community Orchestra, ice cream, soda, two free bounce houses and vendors await all comers in the park.

The Little Buckaroo Rodeo round two begins at 7 p.m. tonight.

This is the largest number of buckaroos—385—registered for the rodeo, said Registrar Dixie Finck.

Kenneth Rulon Parks, 87

August 3, 2012

Obituary for Kenneth Parks
 
 Kenneth Rulon Parks, 87, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012.  He was under the care of Idaho Home Health and Hospice.

Blackfoot man dies in motorcycle accident

August 3, 2012

BLACKFOOT— On Thursday, Aug. 2, at approximately 9:40 p.m., the Blackfoot Police responded to a two-vehicle accident in the area of East Harmony and Rich Lane. Brent J. Hansen, 36 years of age, of Blackfoot died as a result of the accident. Hansen and his daughter were on a motorcycle which collided with a vehicle operated by Kenny C. Struhs, 41-years-of-age.

August 2nd

Rollin' for a Cause

August 2, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Rollin for a Cause’ is rolling out all the goodies for its annual raffle and rally against Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes. Hundreds of items have been donated for the cause.
There are sets of Liquid Image goggles that will be auctioned off. Their value is $250 per pair. These are the same googles that the infamous Kyle Pratt uses when he does his life-threatening rides.

LeAnn Paxton

August 2, 2012

 LeAnn Paxton passed away Saturday night in Aberdeen following an eight-year battle with breast cancer.
She was born in Ogden, Utah, to Norman and Birtha Hoskins, where they lived till she was a freshman in high school. Then finished out her high school years in Blackfoot.
She loved being with her family more then anything. She also loved classical rock, her Camaro, BBQ's, and just hanging out and shooting the breeze with friends.

Bonnie Rae Allison Harmon, 83

August 2, 2012

Obituary
Bonnie Rae Allison Harmon, 83, died July 30, 2012, in Logan, Utahah, of causes incident to old age.
Bonnie was born on Sept. 16, 1928, in Pocatello to Ray Theodore and Grace Foster Allison (later Rohde). She was the oldest of four children and cared steadfastly for her three younger brothers.
She married Edgar Allen Harmon, the love of her life, on Aug. 6, 1948, in the Idaho Falls LDS temple.

Alta Capson, 79

August 2, 2012

Obituary 
Alta Evans Capson, 79, of Blackfoot, Mother, Grandma and friend, returned home quietly on July 30, 2012, after a short stay at Bingham Memorial Hospital surrounded by family and friends.
Alta was born May 3, 1933 in Downey, the daughter of James Phillip Evans and Freda Layton Evans.

August 1st

Plaza Twin Theater to close its doors

August 1, 2012

The blockbuster movies on the big screen and the smell of buttery popcorn will soon be fading away at the Plaza Twin Theater as management prepares to close Blackfoot's only movie theater on Aug. 9.
The Plaza Twin Theater (currently a $2 discount theater) has been owned and operated by the May family for the past four years. Manager Bradley May said that while the community did support the theater, they [the family] have collectively made the decision to close the theater for a variety of reasons.

Fire fighters knock down shed blaze

August 1, 2012

Sparks from cutting metal with a skill saw ignited a fire at 713 W. 10 N. in Riverside Wednesday afternoon, said Blackfoot Fire Chief Kevin Gray. A shed, pump house and a couple of salvaged cars were burned at Dwain Sjostrom's property.
Blackfoot firemen and volunteers protected the double wide mobile home on the property. No one was injured.
The neighbor whose home was northwest of the fire was evacuated as the black smoke drifted in that direction.
Neighbor Charlene Cherry had called 911.

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