The January/February issue of Bingham Magazine is now available. Magazines are available in the Morning News office and at select businesses around Bingham County free of charge.
Here are a few of the articles you will find:
â€˘Â Shirley Brumfield takes the reigns as the new Chamber of Commerce president this month. Brumfield, along with new members of the Chamber board will be introduced at the President's lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 11.
â€˘ You've probably seen him wearing green. Blackfoot's Biggest Fan, Ralph Hulse, is featured in our "Faces in the Crowd" section.
BLACKFOOT â€” The Bingham County Commissioners approved changes to the commissioner district boundaries Thursday, moving Precinct 4 from Commissioner District 2 to District 3.
The moveâ€”required by Idaho Statuteâ€”ensures the population in each of the three districts is no more or less than 10 percent of the other two districts based on the 2010 Census.
The change only affects 2,701 people living in Precinct 4, which is the area of Riverton Road west of Blackfoot. Precinct 4 is now part of District 3, which includes nearly all of western Bingham County.