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ISU basketball ranked #3 in the nation

October 30, 2013

ISU may not be a likely participant in the Final 4 but the Bengals are ranked pretty high in this poll.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1689707-ranking-the-20-best-court-des...

Students at SRJH hear downside of meth

October 30, 2013

THOMAS — Cyn Reneau, Idaho Meth Project Director of Development and Education, presented the downside of meth to the student body at the Snake River Junior High on Tuesday.
Junior high students were asked what they learned.
"It's bad to do drugs," said Luke Clark.
"Drugs will ruin you—your body, your brain and will hurt others," said Ashtyn Martin.
"Say 'no' to drugs," said Jack Thompson.
"I learned a lot—not to do drugs," said Max Hodge.
"If you take meth; it can possible kill you." said Mylie Capson.

Mayoral candidates address hot topics

October 30, 2013

BLACKFOOT—Economic development, city beautification, a railroad overpass (or underpass) and working with education were the dominant topics addressed by Blackfoot's six mayoral candidates at a "Meet the Candidates" forum at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center on Tuesday night.
About 100 people attended the forum to hear candidates Carlos Martinez, John Hoobler, Paul Loomis, Carlos Mercardo, Rick Bigler and Dan Cravens address a series of questions presented by moderators Blackfoot Mayor Mike Virtue and businessman Gordon Wankier, branch manager of Blackfoot's Zions Bank.

 

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