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Two seek spot on Basalt-Goshen-Firth cemetery board, only race among 10 districts

October 1, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Bingham County has 10 cemetery districts.
The state tax commission approves these districts and makes sure they do not overlap, said Bingham County Election Director Marlene Jensen.
Cemetery districts in Bingham County are Aberdeen, Basalt-Goshen-Firth, Groveland, Moreland, Riverside-Thomas, Riverview, Shelley, Springfield-Sterling, Taylor and Woodville.

Blackfoot Community Players begin "The Great Ice Cream Scheme"

October 1, 2011

Parole violator sent to Wood Pilot Project

October 1, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Johnathan Franklin Jackman, age 33, was before Bingham County District Judge Jon Shindurling Tuesday and found guilty of a probation violation.
Jackman has been accepted into the Wood Pilot Project that is run out of Bonneville County by Judge Shindurling.
The Wood Pilot Project is an intensive drug rehabilitation program that begins with 30 to 90 days of incarceration.

Stoddard kicks off reading challenge

October 1, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Students, teachers and parents at I.T. Stoddard Elementary kicked off their reading challenge Friday with a "Literacy Luau." The challenge is part of the Idaho Reads! VISTA program.
The students are given a list of 41 books to read with a parent, teacher or adult throughout the school year. If they complete the challenge by March 23, they will be invited to a Literacy Luau party in April to celebrate their accomplishment.

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