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May 8th, 2012

Stalker teacher gets haircut for good cause

May 8, 2012

Teachers at Stalker Elementary School were accosted with silly string, zapped with strange hair color and attacked with stickers and rubber stamps at school on Tuesday. Fifth grade teacher Amanda Jones even got her hair whacked off by a student! The culprits were all students...and no one got sent to the principal's office!
According to Stalker's office secretary Laurie Kearsley it was all part of a fun day to reward students who had a 7-point gain or received an 'advanced' or 'proficient' rating on their ISAT (Idaho Standard Achievement Test) scores.

May 7th

Moreland man completes doctorate in physical therapy

May 8, 2012

Brandon Hawker, 35, of Moreland received his doctorate degree in physical therapy over the weekend; a goal that he has been working towards for several years.
“I went back to ISU in 2007 to finish my bachelor’s degree in exercise science, and was fortunate to get right into the doctor of physical therapy program at ISU in 2009 which took an additional three years of intense schooling to complete,” said Hawker.

Blackfoot resident completes doctorate in physical therapy

May 8, 2012

POCATELLO — Brandon Hawker, 35, of Moreland received his doctorate degree in physical therapy over the weekend; a goal that he has been working towards for several years.
“I went back to ISU in 2007 to finish my bachelor’s degree in exercise science, and was fortunate to get right into the doctor of physical therapy program at ISU in 2009 which took an additional three years of intense schooling to complete,” said Hawker.

12 retire from Blackfoot School District

May 7, 2012

Twelve employees will retire from the Blackfoot School District at the end of the school year.
The people retiring and the number of years they have taught in the Blackfoot School District are Cherie Clawson 8 years, Kathy Crane 19 years, Scott Crane 27 years, Frankie Creasey 6 years, Valaree Estep 18 years, Ruth Hanson 17 years, Linda Plewa 28 years.
Charles Riddle 28 years, Karen Seely 34 years, Julia Dee Starr 8 years, Diane Tauscher 30 years and Sue Thomas 4 years.
Their combined experience totals 227 years of service to the district.

Community going to pot — in support of Relay for Life

May 7, 2012

Blackfoot businesses are going to pot!!! Actually, no, it's quite the opposite...'the pot' is going to Blackfoot businesses!
It's all part of a creative fundraiser for this year's Bingham County 'Relay For Life' - instigated by team 'Fishing For A Cure.' Chances are, you could 'get flushed' and end up with a bright, purple commode on the front steps of your home or business - complete with a Baby Ruth candy bar in the toilet bowl - and you'll have to pay to have it removed!!

Police Log

May 7, 2012

Items of note from April 23-27.

Blackfoot Police

STOLEN JACKET FOUND: April 23, 8:05 p.m.: A man said his daughter's jacket was stolen a few months ago and said he said another girl wearing the jacket today.

GANG ACTIVITY: April 24, 7:42 a.m.: A man said some gangsters took the camera down at his residence. He said they are outside his door right now but he cannot answer the door because he is barricaded inside.

SHOPLIFTING: April 24, 4:18 p.m.: A caller at the Cal Store said they have someone detained for shoplifting.

Blackfoot Elks distribute scholarships

May 7, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Twenty-four students in the third through eighth grades and from Arco, Aberdeen, Blackfoot, Mackay and Shelley received awards ranging from $30-$75 from Elks Lodge No. 1416 not only for their scholastic achievements but for who they are becoming as citizens on Thursday.
Most Valuable Student awards went to Wyatt Andreason $500, Camille Jolley $250, Kaylee Andreason $300, and Ashli Munger $500.
Daisha Cummings of Arco and Will Higham of Shelley were selected as Teenagers of the Year.

BHS alumni receives Summit Award-

May 7, 2012

May 6th

Carriers ready for food drive

May 6, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Nothing is more troubling than feeling hungry and not knowing when that desire will be satiated.
A parent splitting the last loaf of bread to be divided amongst the children, unsure of when they will be able to eat again and knowing full well that the food they were given will only dull the aches of unfilled bellies for a small moment.
This Saturday, May 12th, 2012, letter carriers in more than 10,000 cities and towns across America will be collecting goodness and compassion of postal customers who participate in the 20th annual National Food Drive to “Stamp Out Hunger”.

Shelley, Firth fire bond on ballot

May 6, 2012

SHELLEY — Local heroes—the 24 volunteers who make up the Shelley fire district—want your vote.
The volunteer firemen are asking voters in the Shelley-Firth Fire District to approve the $1.7 million bond so a new fire station can be built in Shelley and to renovate the existing Firth fire station. This bond issue is on the Primary Election ballot. The election is set for Tuesday, May 15.
The cost to property owners in the fire district depends on the tax value of the person's property.

 

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