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July 24th, 2014

The Castle sold to BCCLC

July 25, 2014

BLACKFOOT — The distinctive Castle Pre-School and Day Care, north of Blackfoot, has been sold to the Blackfoot Charter Community Learning Center (BCCLC) on Hunter's Loop. The two facilities share a common 174 foot boundary.
The Castle Pre-School and Day Care will be open through Thursday, July 31. BCCLC will take over ownership on Friday, Aug. 1.

Ryan McNeil “Mac” Martin, 39

July 24, 2014

Ryan McNeil “Mac” Martin, 39, passed away on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center  from injuries sustained in a fall.

William (Bill) F Hill, 77

July 24, 2014

William (Bill) F Hill passed away peacefully, after a long illness, surrounded by family, on July 5, 2014, at his home in Montpelier, Idaho.
Bill was born July 23, 1936 in Blackfoot, Idaho to Frank L. and Lena Mae Hill. 
Bill joined the Army in 1953 and served in Korea until 1956, when he returned home and was honorably discharged. 

July 23rd

SR legal fees in Asmus case over $50K

July 23, 2014

From March 6 through July 21 of this year, the Snake River School District has spent $57,846.08 on legal advice. This figure is 723 percent above the budgeted amount for legal services.
The Snake River District budgeted $8,000 for the 2013-2014 school year, said business manager Chris Nelson.
Much of that money went to conduct hearings into the case of Elaine Asmus, a science teacher who was charged with harassment following a disagreement with another teacher in January. When she was not offered a contract for the 2014-2015 school year, Asmus sought a public hearing.

Deborah Lynn Taylor, 54

July 23, 2014

Deborah Lynn Taylor, 54, of Blackfoot passed away July 20, 2014 at her home under the care of Encompass Home Health & Hospice.
She was born Aug. 3, 1959 in Corpus Christi, Texas to John H. Burroughs and Vera M. King Burroughs. She was raised in Texas, Florida, California and Idaho. She was a Navy Brat and as a young girl she followed her dad in the Navy. She attended schools in California and Idaho. She married William Eddie Taylor on Aug. 19, 1977 in Blackfoot, Idaho.

Josh William Lentz, 31

July 23, 2014

Josh William Lentz, 31, of Blackfoot, died Saturday July 19, 2014 at his home in Pocatello, Idaho.
Josh was born Dec 21, 1982, in Spokane, Washington, to Robert and Sheila Lentz (Hendricks). Josh was raised in Blackfoot, Idaho by his mother, Sheila and Errol Hendricks.
He is survived by his wife, Lyndsi Lentz, and son Xander B Lentz, age 6; Sonja Christensen, daughter Tatjana A Lentz, age 12; son Taylor W Lentz, age 10; son Trey D Lentz, age 8; mother, Sheila (Errol) Hendricks; father, Robert (Jan) Lentz; sister Jaimy (Joseph) Swanson; and brother, Jason R Lentz.

July 22nd

District 55 to re-bid bus routes

July 23, 2014

In a brief meeting on Tuesday, Blackfoot School District officials moved to rebid 10 of 16 bus routes. The special meeting was called after Teton Stage Lines owner Donavan Harrington appealed the decision originally made by the district in June denying their bid for the routes and giving them to Miles Bus Company even though Teton Stage Lines was the lowest bidder.

Carol Nielson Sagers, 90

July 22, 2014

Carol Nielson Sagers, 90, passed away peacefully at The Willows in Blackfoot, Idaho on July 12, 2014. She was attended by her daughters, Sandi, Jane and Lisa and her granddaughter, Abbe.
She was born at Manard, Idaho on the Camas Prairie October 21, 1923, the 3rd daughters of Elmer Walter Nielson and Jane Butler Nielson.

July 21st

Callison named EISF Grand Marshall

July 22, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Blackfoot native Darrell Jack Callison has been named Grand Marshal of this year's Eastern Idaho State Fair by the EISF Board of Directors. He will lead the annual parade down Shilling Avenue at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 30.

Norman Arthur Mecham, 76

July 21, 2014

Norman Arthur Mecham, 76, of Goshen, Idaho, passed away peacefully the afternoon of July 18, 2014 at his home.
He was born Jan. 28, 1938 in Firth, Idaho to Evan Lyon Mecham and Evelyn Iris Schiess, the third of 12 children. The family lived in Firth and Victor early on.  Settling in the Blackfoot area, Norman attended Blackfoot schools for all of his education, graduating from Blackfoot High School in 1956. While attending high school, he was the winner of the Idaho Cooperative Council Achievement Contest, winning a trip to the National Cooperative Convention held in North Carolina.

 

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