Items of note from June 22-July 13.
BUSINESS BREAK-IN: June 22, 7:34 a.m.: A caller at the Y Motel said someone broke into the office of the business and all the money has been taken. They said the window was broken.
COULD IT BE A SNIPE?: June 22, 9:35 a.m.: A caller said there is a "funny looking bird" in their yard that is making odd noises. They said they are worried the bird may get hit by a car.
EXPOSED: June 23, 12:40 a.m.: A caller said someone just exposed himself to the cheerleaders at Jensen Grove.
County officials spent all day Tuesday reviewing and discussing the proposed Bingham County Zoning Ordinance.
The officials taking part in this discussion were Bingham County Commissioners Cleone Jolley, Ladd Carter and Whitney Manwaring, Planning & Zoning Administrator Allen Jensen, Bingham County Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Mark Cornelison, Planning & Zoning (P&Z) staff and P&Z commissioners.
The review of the ordinance was completed by 4:30 p.m.
Darin and Kristen Perry of Rockford want to teach their children how to work.
"There aren't many opportunities for 14- and 15-year-olds to get part-time jobs," Kristen said on Tuesday. "We tried farming, but that didn't work out."
So, the couple has opened Rockford Cafe and Bakery. It's in the same building as Rockford Ranch and Farm Supply at 53 South 1200 West.
Kristen noted that she managed a pizza place when attending college at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.