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November 28th, 2011

Harold Daniel Schmidt, 84

November 28, 2011

FORT HALL- Harold Daniel Schmidt, 84, passed away peacefully Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011, at his residence, surrounded by his family.
Harold spent his early childhood in Nebraska, where he lived on his family’s farm. He later moved to Shelley where he attended high school. Harold eventually settled in Fort Hall where he and his wife raised their family together. Harold resided in Fort Hall until his passing.
Harold married Donna Parkin on Aug. 20, 1948 and their marriage was later solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple in September of 1977.

Clendon Merrill, 75

November 28, 2011

Clendon Webster Merrill, 75, passed away Thursday, Nov. 24, 2011 at his home.
He was born June 17, 1936 in Rockford, the son of Kenneth and Uarda Merrill.
He attended Snake River Schools where he enjoyed attending agricultural classes and was active in FFA; he was awarded the District Star Farmer his senior year. He graduated from Snake River High School before attending Ricks College.
Clendon served an LDS mission to the Samoan Islands. After his mission he attended Utah State University where he studied agriculture and business.

Jennifer Michelle Lake, 17

November 28, 2011

Jennifer Michelle Lake, 17, of Pocatello, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on Nov. 21, 2011.
Jenni was born on Dec. 18, 1993 in Pocatello to Diana Frederick and Michael Lake. She was the third of Michael and Diana’s eight children and also has an older brother, a younger sister, two stepbrothers and one stepsister.

November 27th

Doctor serves, coordinates donation

November 28, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Dr. Renée Volny has a passion for service and helping those in underdeveloped or underserved communities, and her decision to work as a locum tenens—or traveling physician—provides her the flexibility to do so.
For most physicians in the U.S. who open their own practice or take a permanent position at hospitals or clinics, the opportunity to go on medical missions is rare. But Volny, who specializes in obstetrics and gynecology and is currently on a nine-month assignment at Bingham Memorial Hospital, is able to schedule her assignments around her medical missions.

November 25th

Toys for Tots seeks help

November 26, 2011

BLACKFOOT — Started in 1947, the Marine Corps Reserve is once again sponsoring Toys for Tots.
"We just want to make sure kids have a little bit of Christmas," said Bingham County Treasurer Janice Lawes.
New, unwrapped toys are being accepted until Thursday, Dec. 15, at the following locations:
In Blackfoot:
° Bingham County Treasurer's Office in the Bingham County Courthouse
° Blackfoot Fire Department
° Cal Ranch° Family Dollar
° Idaho Central Credit Union
° Walgreens
In Firth:
° Potelco United Credit Union

November 24th

Artist's works to be on display in SLC

November 25, 2011

BLACKFOOT – Ken Spencer, a nationally recognized artist who calls Blackfoot, Idaho home, will show some of his original inspirational paintings at the prestigious Inspirational Artist Association Christmas Showcase at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City next week.
Spencer will exhibit some recent painting from his trip to Nauvoo and his adventures down the Grand Canyon. His works will include paintings of historical buildings in Nauvoo and breathtaking canyon scenes.

November 23rd

Community celebrates Sarah Asmus

November 24, 2011

THOMAS — The life of Sarah Constance Asmus was celebrated Wednesday at her funeral.
Sarah Constance Asmus, age 18, died Sunday from injuries suffered in a car accident on Saturday as she was heading home from the University of Idaho for Thanksgiving break.
Asmus graduated in 2011 from Snake River High School as the valedictorian of her class and president of the Honor Society.
Asmus is the daughter of Kurt Asmus, a captain with the Blackfoot Police Department, and Elaine Asmus, a science teacher at Snake River High School.

November 22nd

Madison/Shelley photo gallary

November 23, 2011

The Shelley Lady Russets opened their conference season Tuesday night, falling to the Madison Lady Cats'. For the complete game story and stats from the game, pick up a Wednesday edition of the Morning News.

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.

Blackfoot Football pictures

November 22, 2011

Some pictures taken at the Blackfoot state championship game last Friday night.

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