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Timely Chunks moves to West Bridge

April 2, 2012

Timely Chunks has moved. The business that features beads and homemade wares from 30 different vendors is now at 488 W. Bridge in Blackfoot.
Store hours are from noon to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each Saturday. The store is closed on Sunday and Monday.
“Moving over here was the best move for us,” said shop owner Sydnee Hale. “With all the windows, people are able to see we have so much more than just beads.
“It gives the community another place to come for a gift,” she said.

Shelley seeks levy for fire district

April 2, 2012

Voters in the Shelley-Firth Fire District will be asked to approve a $1.7 million bond to build a new fire station in Shelley and to renovate the existing Firth fire station on the May 15 ballot.
The cost to property owners in the fire district depends on the tax value of the person's property.
If your home is worth $100,000, the rate for fire protection will increase $7 each year. This is a cost of 58 cents each month.
If your home is worth $200,000, the rate will increase $21.86 for a monthly increase of $1.82.
The installments for the bond will not extend over 30 years.

Police Log

April 2, 2012

Police log

Items of note from March 21-24.

Blackfoot Police

TRAPPED ANIMAL: March 21, 12:44 p.m.: A caller said there is an animal that appears to be trapped under a camper shell that is upside down in someone's yard. They said it looks like a small dog.

HARASSMENT: March 21, 6:05 p.m.: A caller said they are being chased by some bullet bikes in front of the high school and one of the subjects has threatened to kill someone. An arrest was made.

SHATTERED WINDOWS: March 22: Dispatch received multiple reports of windows being shattered and shot out.

Preparing for Power Outage in Fort Hall

April 2, 2012

Fort Hall –The Department of Public Safety, along with the Tribal Emergency Response Organization, have planned and prepared for an 8-hour scheduled power outage by Idaho Power on Wednesday from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. on Thursday. 

Snake River Distinguished Young Women

April 2, 2012

The Snake River Distinguished Young Women announce the winners of the scholarship contest. Kimille Furniss, second alternate (left) Paige Watt, first alternate (right) and Janalyce Turpin 2013 winner.

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