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November 22nd, 2011

Student donation drive benefits Crisis Center

November 23, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Students at Donald D. Stalker Elementary collected more than 1,000 items in one month to donate to the Bingham Crisis Center. The donation drive kicked off Oct. 22 in conjunction with "Make a Difference Day."
The donation drive was organized by Stalker Elementary's Parent Teacher Association and Sheila Evans, the school's Idaho Reads! VISTA representative.
Students and their parents donated 1,300 items including food, toiletries and other items to the Bingham Crisis Center.

November 21st

Volunteers prep food boxes for those in need

November 22, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Volunteers scurried about the Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency Monday filling food boxes to go to those in need this Thanksgiving.
A total of 157 Thanksgiving food boxes will be distributed to families in Bingham County through the program. Applicants can receive boxes every other year to help feed their families during the holidays. Recipients applied earlier this month to receive the food boxes.

Video-making crew shows off talent & support

November 21, 2011

Editor's Note: You can read this story and more in Bingham Magazine. Bingham is produced by the Morning News and is available free of charge throughout the county and in the Morning News office.
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BLACKFOOT – There is real genius behind some of the work being produced by a group of teenagers named Cannon.
Bobby, James, Justin, Paul, Rachel, Tyler and Scott Cannon—a group of siblings and cousins—all gathered at Grandma Cannon’s house to raid the candy bin, and, out of that meeting, Cannon Productions was born.

November 20th

Blackfoot teen dies in accident

November 21, 2011

BOISE — A Blackfoot teen died Sunday after she was injured in a serious accident Saturday south of Smith's Ferry.

Electrical training center dedicated to local leader

November 21, 2011

POCATELLO — The Eastern Idaho Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee's new training center in Pocatello was dedicated Friday night to Jon F. Walters. Walters is a longtime member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 449 and is a resident of Moreland.
Walters retired in 2008, capping a 48-year career with the IBEW. He completed his Inside Apprenticeship Program in 1960 and became a journeyman wireman. He served as business manager of Local 449 from 1977 to 1982.

November 18th

Company released from waste transportation contract

November 19, 2011

BLACKFOOT — In October, Ashfork Sanitation received the bid to haul solid waste from Bingham County's transfer station to Bannock County Landfill. Ashfork's bid was $7.60 per ton.
Thursday, Richard Stokes, owner of Ashfork Sanitation, and the Bingham County commissioners agreed to a "hold harmless clause."
"That's legalese for everyone walks away clean," said Mark Cornelison, Civil Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Bingham County.
The two issues of disagreement were the unevenness of the loads (weight consistency) and the loading itself.

Families, local officials react after Rhoades' execution

November 18, 2011

BOISE – Members of the families of murder victims Stacy Baldwin, Nolan Haddon and Susan Michelbacher witnessed the administration of justice on Friday.
They watched from outside the execution chamber as Paul Ezra Rhoades, convicted in the 1987 deaths of the three, was executed. He received a lethal injection of drugs in the execution chamber of the Idaho Maximum Security Institution at 8:53 a.m. and Erwin Sonnenberg, the Ada County coroner, pronounced Rhoades dead at 9:15 a.m. Friday.

Official statements on execution of Rhoades

November 18, 2011

Gov. Otter releases statement on execution of Rhoades

BOISE — Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter released this statement today following the execution of Paul Ezra Rhoades.

Rhoades Execution Day: Ongoing coverage

November 18, 2011

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho prison officials executed Paul Ezra Rhoades on Friday for his role in the 1987 murders of two women, marking the state's first execution in 17 years.
Rhoades, 54, was declared dead at 9:15 a.m. at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution after being administered three separate drugs that make up the state's new lethal injection protocol.
In his final statement, Rhoades said goodbye to his mother, apologized for one of the murders he was convicted of, and forgave state officials for the execution.

November 16th

Newbold says its time for justice

November 17, 2011

BLACKFOOT – Lt. Paul Newbold is counting down the hours to the execution of Paul Ezra Rhoades on Friday. Lt. Newbold was just 27 years old and had been a detective for less than one year when Rhoades' reign of terror in Bingham County began in 1987.

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