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Presidential candidate visits Blackfoot

September 14, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Presidential hopeful John Davis visited Blackfoot Tuesday. He was touring county seats in Southeastern Idaho from Soda Springs to Rexburg on his red, white and blue "John Davis for President" bus.
This is his first run for elected office. He is running as a conservative Republican.
"I am pro-life, pro-gun and pro-America," Davis said. "I am running for president because of the condition of the country."
For examples of "condition of the country," Davis cited the nation's morals.

More soldiers return home

September 14, 2011

POCATELLO — More National Guardsmen of the 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team were greeted home by family and friends as they arrived at the Pocatello Airport Tuesday after a year-long deployment.
For Staff. Sgt. Donald "D.J." Robertson of Blackfoot, returning home from his second deployment means being able to spend time with his family and finally getting to know his nine-month-old daughter.
Robertson's mother, Donna McBride, said he was able to see his daughter born via video chat on Skype and said when he came home for two weeks in April he could barely put her down.

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