January 4th, 2011
POCATELLO â The Blackfoot Lady Broncos got behind the eight ball early in their road date at Highland High School on Tuesday evening and were never able to recover as the Lady Rams completed the season sweep of the Lady Broncos with a 53-19 victory.
"Offensively we didn't execute as well as we are capable of but honestly, I am really optimistic about how far they have come offensively," Blackfoot head coach Mike Kirkham said. "Against a team like Highland, it didn't show though."
Elsie Nation, 82, of Blackfoot passed away Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, at The Willows in Blackfoot.
Service arrangements are pending and will be announced by Hawker Funeral Home.
Florence Margaret Hall, 95, passed away Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011, at the Bingham Memorial Skilled Nursing and Rehab.
Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011, at the Emanuel Lutheran Church with Pastor John Stevens officiating. The family will meet with friends and relatives from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, at Hawker Funeral Home and again for one hour prior to service at the church.
Interment will be in the Riverside-Thomas Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family at email@example.com.
Steven C. Aubrey, was born Nov. 6, 1967, in Blackfoot to John Robert âBobâ and Kaye Johnson Aubrey. He passed away Dec. 31, 2010, in Pocatello from complications associated with a perforated bowel.
Moran âMoriâ Leon Hiatt was born on June 30, 1922, to Marrion Lillian Hales and Wilford Zachary Hiatt. Being the next to youngest he had five brothers and two sisters to contend with as he grew up in the Blackfoot area. His family had a small farm just south of Blackfoot.
Kristen Joy Foster Brooks was born in Blackfoot on Sept. 12, 1947, to Cluff and Barbara Johnson. She spent much of her childhood in Great Falls, Mont. Later she attended BYU where she received a bachelorâs degree in Business in 1970.
In 1969 she married Robert âClydeâ Foster in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Clyde was a member of the U.S. Army, so Kristen spent many years traveling around the country and lived for several years in Germany. During these years, Kristen and Clyde were blessed with two daughters and six sons, who each brought much joy and adventure to Kristenâs life.
Rex Lynn Anderson, 82, of Ammon, passed away Dec. 31, 2010, at Life Care Center of Idaho Falls.
Lynn was born Nov. 28, 1928, in Idaho Falls to Rex Milo Anderson and Annie Rebecca Peterson Anderson. He graduated from Aberdeen High School.
He married Theone Pappas on Nov. 24, 1961, in Elko, Nev. Their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on Nov. 24, 1973. They lived in Pingree for 29 years, then moved to Shelley in 1997. Lynn worked for Bingham County Road and Bridge. In 2005, the couple moved to Ammon.
Clara Harman Scott, 87, a former Firth resident, who had been living at her daughterâs home in Pocatello for the past 10 years, passed away Monday, Dec. 27, 2010.
She was born on Jan. 24, 1923, at Thomas to Raymond Mathias and Martha Drucilla Williams Harman. Clara attended schools in Wilson and Pingree, graduated from the eighth grade in Rockford and also from Thomas High School.
She married Eldon Scott on Sept. 20, 1942, in Pingree. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple on Nov. 23, 1942.
FORT HALL â David Hooste was sworn-in Monday morning as a Tribal Court Judge at the Justice Center in Fort Hall.
Judge Marina Race Horse swore Hooste into his office.
Hooste has entered into an open contract to be a specialty judge dealing with domestic abuse cases. He will be reviewing protection orders, doing protection order hearings and handling domestic criminal cases.
Hooste started work as a judge immediately after being sworn in. His first case is one from which all other judges in the Fort Hall jurisdiction have recused themselves.
BLACKFOOT â Teaching practical life skills, this is the second year Angelen Parrish has taught family and consumer science at Mountain View Middle School in Blackfoot.
âMy students ask, âWhy should I learn how to set a table?ââ Parrish said. âMy reply is, âIt can make you employable.'
âI share with kids a different perspective because I work in the business world,â Parrish said.
Parrish and her husband, Eugene, own and operate the Shilling House and the Shilling Reception Center. The Shilling Reception Center is up for sale.