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July 1st, 2011

Snake River celebrates end of reading program

July 1, 2011

THOMAS — A party was given to celebrate the end of the summer reading program at the Snake River School/Community Library Thursday. About 450 kids and their parents attended.
About 400-450 kids had registered for the summer reading program. It's estimated each child read about 20 books each. That totals from 8,000 to 9,000 books were read through June.
Kids registered for the summer program ranged from 2-3 years old to 15-16. A variety of books were read.
The Idaho National Guard brought a wall for the kids to climb. Kids played with a parachute and a hot dog lunch was served.

Blackfoot drug ring busted

July 1, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Three men local law enforcement believe were operating a drug ring out of Blackfoot were arrested Wednesday night on federal charges following a three-month investigation.

June 30th

BREAKING NEWS -Three indicted on federal drug trafficking charges

June 30, 2011

BLACKFOOT – Three men who police believe have been dealing drugs in Bingham County and Southeastern Idaho since March were arrested on federal drug charges Wednesday. Two men, Paulino Rodriguez and Eduardo Jimenez were arrested in Blackfoot during a raid Wednesday night with a third man, Carlos Baldovinos arrested in Pocatello.
They will be arraigned on federal charges in Pocatello today. Officials seized 10 ounces and 13 grams of methaphetamines with a street value of $30,000 during the raid.
Click on our video feeds to see clips from the press conference Thursday.

June 29th

Preparing to celebrate

June 30, 2011

County plans aerial mosquito sprays

June 30, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Bingham County plans to conduct aerial spraying for mosquitoes this weekend in an effort to reduce the adult mosquito population.
Bingham County Emergency Manager Craig Rowland said a fixed-wing, double propellor airplane operated by Vector Disease Control International will be used to apply aerial adulticide over 38,400 acres in Bingham County. The plane will operate from 7:30 p.m.-midnight Saturday and may also operate Friday from 9:30 p.m.-midnight. The sprays are weather-dependent.

June 28th

On the recruiting trail

June 29, 2011

BLACKFOOT — C.J. Campbell has logged plenty of miles since graduating from Blackfoot High School in 1998.
And, in his new position as head assistant wrestling coach at Jamestown College in North Dakota, he will likely log plenty more.
While visiting family last week, Campbell has also been recruiting.
"Idaho, Utah and Wyoming have strong wrestling traditions and we'd like to tap into that resource," Campbell said on Wednesday. "We have academic and athletic scholarships for any local wrestlers who may be interested in furthering their educations."

Eight complete 4-H super sitter class

June 29, 2011

The Morning News — Leslie Mielke
Listening attentively is the crew who took the Super Sitter class at the Bingham County extension office Tuesday. From left are Hannah Mangum, Citlali Saldana, Abbey Crandall, Brinn Crandall, Paige Anderson, Emma Stohl, Shakayla Morgan and Mark Crandall.

BLACKFOOT — Learning how to take care of children was the object of the Super Sitter Seminar at the Bingham County extension office Tuesday.

June 27th

4 Snake River soccer players headed to Europe

June 28, 2011

THOMAS — Four Snake River soccer players will spend the month of July in Europe.
Michael Smith, Andy Garcia, Adam Ortiz and Cooper Peterson have earned positions on the United Soccer Club. They will play "friendlies" through Italy and then compete in tournaments in Sweden and Denmark.
The United Soccer Club is organized just for this [European] trip, said United coach Chris Renaldo.
All four have played together since they were in grade school. They are on the Snake River High School soccer team as well the Black Snakes Elite team in Blackfoot.

Cookbook on healthy eating debuts

June 28, 2011

SHELLEY – Healthy eating was front and center Saturday at The Ribbon Retreat in Shelley.
Barbara Moulton’s cookbook, “Just for the Health of It!” debuted. Moulton is from Shelley and is a registered dietitian and diabetes educator with Rocky Mountain Diabetes.
“When someone is diagnosed with diabetes, one of his or her first questions is, ‘What can I eat?’” Moulton said. “This book uses real food found in everyone’s kitchen to help answer that question.”
“I’ve always enjoyed cooking and changing recipes to make them healthier,” she said.

June 26th

Blackfoot Performing Arts Center gets donated painting

June 27, 2011

BLACKFOOT — The Blackfoot Performing Arts Center now has a piece of fine art adorning one of its walls thanks to the generosity of a local man.
L. DeWayne Young commissioned a painting from Blackfoot artist J. Ken Spencer and then donated the painting to the BPAC in memory of his late friend Dr. Donald E. Silvius, who died Dec. 24, 2010. Spencer and Young were at the BPAC Saturday to meet with community members during an open house and unveiling of the painting.

 

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