November 22nd, 2010
By MARK HIGH
BOISE â€” In a classic game of David vs Goliath the Snake River Panthers squared off with the top ranked an undefeated Fruitland Grizzlies on Saturday afternoon.
At the end of a rather physical contest, the Grizzlies proved without a shadow of a doubt that they are the top team in the 3A ranks, holding back the Panthers with a 42-14 victory.
Hazel Jensen, 90, of Blackfoot passed away Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 at the home of her daughter, Tami Van Orden, surrounded by her family.
Hazel was born July 2, 1920, to Horace Leslie Hale and Agnes Pearl Pope in St. Anthony, Fremont, Idaho. She attended school in Cascade, Mont., graduating from Cascade High School on May 27, 1938. She continued her education at The California College of Mortuary Science, graduating on June 24, 1943. Hazel then worked at the Croxford Mortuary in Great Falls, Mont.
Rebecca Jodene Spalding, 55, of Blackfoot, passed away Monday, May 31, 2010, at her home from causes due to a lingering illness.
Bernard Joseph Henscheid, 83, of Blackfoot passed away Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010, at his home.
PINGREE â€” Ashley Lambson and Trina Nicholson were among a group of people drying noodles at St. Johnâ€™s Catholic Church on Sunday.
â€śMy grandmother (Rosemary Ray) has done this for years, so we help her out,â€ť said Lambson.
Members of the parish make homemade noodles for about three weeks each November. The noodles are among the items sold at the churchâ€™s annual Christmas bazaar, scheduled on Dec. 4 this year.
â€śIt gives the money to the church to be able to help the community out,â€ť Nicholson explained.
IDAHO FALLS â€” For the second time this week the Blackfoot Lady Broncos faced off with a 5A foe on the hardwood, this time at Idaho Falls were the Lady Tigers were equal to the task, sending Blackfoot packing with a 62-38 victory.
"There were times during that ball game that if we make our free throws and stop their offensive rebounds we are there, we are that close," Blackfoot head coach Mike Kirkham said. "I know it doesn't seem like that or look like it we just need to realize that we are close. I don't think that they have stopped playing hard though."
BLACKFOOT â€“ When Carl Watkins served part of his mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Blackfoot, he probably didnâ€™t expect to return and make his home here.
But thatâ€™s what happened. After working in radio around the West, he, his wife Linda and their children landed in Blackfoot about 1988. Most of them are still here.
BLACKFOOT â€“Â Saxophobia brings to the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center Backstage Events a â€śWhoâ€™s Whoâ€ť of sax gone wild! Friday at 7:30 p.m. audience members will see and hear a sopraninoâ€”the smallest saxophone in the world; a mammoth six-and-one-half-foot contrabass sax; and virtually everything in between.
LOGAN, Utah â€” Former Bingham County Coroner Kyle B. Lindsay has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors in Logan, Utah, reducing felony burglary and drug charges to misdemeanors.
Lindsay was sentenced last week to serve 10 days in jail and one year of probation. He has until Dec. 1 to report for his sentencing.
Elaine Horrocks Goodwin, 88, of Blackfoot passed away Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010 at the Gables in Blackfoot.
Elaine was born Dec. 2, 1921, in Blackfoot to Brigham and Victoria Giles Horrocks. She attended schools in Blackfoot, graduating from Blackfoot High School in 1939.
On Jan. 9, 1940, Elaine married Blueland R â€śBarneyâ€ť Goodwin in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Together they had six children, Evan, Raymon, Russell, Carole, Nancy and Suzette.