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20 years of neighborhood service

November 9, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Miles and Angela Clark have owned and operated the Blackfoot Chevron for the last 20 years.
“I have been working shifts at a gas station since I was 13. I started working at one when I was 9.” said Miles of his career. Miles started working for his dad who had a gas station in Burley. His father eventually purchased the ground to build a Chevron station in Blackfoot in 1992 and Miles and Angela purchased it from Mile’s dad.
“We started with the Chevron modular building, a pre-built station provided by Chevron. It got pretty small pretty quick.” said Miles.

Snake River School District first in state with 'app'

November 9, 2012

THOMAS – To improve communication with the schools, students, parents and patrons, the Snake River School District is offering a free “App” to anyone and everyone who wants it.
This app can be added to any Apple or Droid device, iPAD, smart phone or Droid tablet.
“The school district has a web page and Facebook page, we are adding this to get better communications out to patrons,” said Lorrie Surerus, Technical Director of the Snake River School District. “We want to improve community relations with patrons and students.

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