Skip to main content

Archive - Mar 14, 2011 - Latest News

Building Snake River's band program

March 14, 2011

THOMAS – Snake River band director Randy Brady has wasted no time making big improvements to the Snake River School District band program and the community can hear it for themselves at a concert Wednesday. It begins at 7 p.m. in the Snake River High School Auditorium. The concert features band students in seventh through 12th grades.
Brady's first job upon graduation came last year as director of the Snake River band program. Taking things one step at a time, he is committed to creating a program that offers new opportunities and excels.

Sex offender code: Tribes to implement offender registration

March 14, 2011

FORT HALL — The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes have adopted a sex offender registration code and will now be registering sex offenders on the reservation.
Next week Oleta Benally, the Tribes’ sex offender registry technician, will begin registering all qualifying sex offenders who work, go to school or reside within the boundaries of the reservation. Benally said visitors to the reservation who plan to stay for more than 72 hours must also register.

‘Little misses’ go to day camp with DYW

March 14, 2011

BLACKFOOT – Prior to their own program, Blackfoot Distinguished Young Women sponsored the Little Miss day camp at the Blackfoot Community Center Saturday.
Director Ashlee Howell said 86 “little misses” were participating in the event, which featured five different workshops in addition to group activities, and a “Be Your Best Self” program presented by the Distinguished Young Women.
“The Distinguished Young Women plan everything. They get their own supplies and make all of the arrangements,” said Howell. “They really take on the whole project and they are great with the younger girls.”

Hansen is Distinguished Young Woman

March 14, 2011

THOMAS — Poise has been defined as grace under pressure.
Saturday night, 20 Snake River High School juniors displayed poise as they presented their talents, physical fitness and self-expression during the 2011 Distinguished Young Women (DYW) program at Snake River High School.
Hannah Hansen won this coveted title.
Hansen won a $2,000 scholarship for earning the 2011 Distinguished Young Woman title. In addition, she won $300 for scholastics, $300 for interview, $300 for fitness and $300 for self-expression.

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes