Archive - Nov 29, 2011 - Latest News
BLACKFOOT â€“Â Blackfoot firefighter Rob Dansie pulled a 34-year-old woman from the icy water at Jensen Grove Tuesday afternoon. Witnesses say the unidentified woman chased her loose dogs onto the ice which broke.
One passerby saw her break through the ice and called 911 around 1:11 p.m. Dansie worked his way through the freezing water and was able to pull her out and get her to land at approximately 1:35 p.m.
She was conscious and transported via ambulance to Bingham Memorial Hospital. Full story can be found in today's Morning News. It will be available to view online at 11 a.m.
BLACKFOOT â€” Erik Matthew Nava, age 27, pleaded guilty to attempted strangulation Monday. He appeared before District Judge Darren Simpson.
"This is an Alford plea because he has no recollection of these events," said public defender Cindy Campbell.
In an Alford plea, the criminal defendant does not admit the act but admits the prosecution could likely prove the charge.
BLACKFOOT â€” A local boy who has been in a wheelchair his entire life will finally have the chance to learn to walk thanks to the help of his friends and several community members.
Brandyn Gee has spastic cerebral palsy and has been in a wheelchair his entire life. He is a third grader and his friends describe him as a smart kid who is funny, loves to laugh and enjoys playing football.
Brandyn's dream of walking may soon come true. He was recently fitted with a specially designed walker to aid him in learning to walk, but because of space limitations he cannot use it inside his home.