Archive - Aug 20, 2013 - Latest News
Blackfoot has become a sweeter place with the opening of the custom cake and dessert shop "Paisley Cakes." Businesswoman and baker Lanae Lott Workman opened the shop adjacent to the Tesoro gas station on Airport Road.
Workman, a native of Blackfoot, said she has had a passion for baking and creating desserts since she was a child baking small treats in her Easy Bake Oven.
"I've spent hours decorating cakes and perfecting desserts. Desserts have always been my destiny," she said.
The Blackfoot City Council unanimously approved the city's 2013-2014 Fiscal Year Budget for $15,481,568 during a brief meeting at Blackfoot City Hall Thursday evening.
The meeting was to be a public hearing for anyone to express opposition to the proposed budget; however, out of a handful of interested patrons who showed up for the meeting, no one objected to anything on the budget.
Blackfoot Mayor Mike Virtue thanked the council and the city's department managers for "being reasonable and patient and contributing positively to the budget."
Idaho State Police say a Blackfoot motorcyclist was injured in a one-vehicle crash on Tuesday.
According to the ISP report, Jimmie Moss, 35, was traveling northbound on Interstate 15 about 10:15 a.m. when he lost control of his Yamaha motorcycle and crashed in the lane of travel.
Moss was transported by air ambulance to Portneuf Regional Medical Center in Pocatello. Â He was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
The lanes of travel were blocked for approximately 1 1/2 Â hours for the crash investigation.