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Snake River science students learn about kidneys from doctor

May 20, 2013

The study of kidneys brought a doctor of nephrology and a kidney transplant recipient to Elaine Asmus’ science class at Snake River High School last Wednesday.
To bring the study of the kidney into real life, SRHS junior Taylor Crumley, a student in the class, arranged the visit of nephrologist Dr. Michael Haderlie, M.D., and kidney recipient Peggy Hansen.
In a question and answer session with the students, Dr. Haderlie spoke about his education—13 years after high school—and his school debt--$300,000.

Police Log

May 20, 2013

Items of note from April 17-24.

Bingham County Sheriff

BUSH MAN: April 21, 7:05 p.m.: A caller at the Porterville Boat Dock reported that there is a man laying in the bushes.

CHILD ABUSE: April 22, 12:37 p.m.: A woman reported finding five cigarette burns on her two-year-old son. She said she left the boy with her boyfriend and there are other people that live at the residence.

Blackfoot Police

DYING TREES: April 18, 11:02 a.m.: A man said he just realized that someone has drilled holes into the trunks of several of his trees and they are beginning to die.

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