While Wake-Up Call has been in Blackfoot for 10 years, it's in its third location in the past three years.
That's because Keshone Schneider, who started there as a junior at Blackfoot High School, and her husband Darin have bought the business and have put it in the center of town. Its address is 790 West Bridge.
"My goal is to bring the store back to a good sit-down coffee shop," Keshone said. But there's more.
She noted that she will continue to sell purses and LA Idol women's jeans as the former owner did. And. she has added more clothing items.
The Blackfoot School District has three days to comply with District Judge David Nye's decision that the specifics of a contracted service must be made public.
The judge ruled in favor of Plaintiff Joyce Bingham and The Post Register and against Defendant/Respondent Blackfoot School District 55 on Friday.
Bingham, a former teacher in the district, was the first to publicly question the payout of $105,428 paid by Blackfoot School District for contracted services on July 2, 2012.
"I'm glad the law was followed," said Bingham. "I'm glad the judge read the law the way I did."