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July 26th, 2011

Pamela Raye Ramsey Heberling, 59

July 26, 2011

Pamela Raye Ramesy Heberling, 59, of Blackfoot, passed away Sunday, July 24, 2011, at her home while under the care of Access Hospice of Pocatello. Her loving husband and family was at her side.
Pam was born in Burley on May 24, 1952. She was the third child of William “Bill” and Glenna Loveless Ramsey. She was raised on a farm in the Heyburn area. She was a tomboy and loved the outdoors. She enjoyed riding horses with her dad and family in the mountains. She loved rough and tumble, but grew up to be such a lady!

Earl E. Harris, 89

July 26, 2011

Earl E. Harris, 89 of Blackfoot, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2011, at the Bingham Memorial Hospital.
He was born Aug. 6, 1921, in Roberts, the son of Albert I. and Myrtle Roscoe Harris.

Earl E. Harris, 89

July 26, 2011

Earl E. Harris, 89 of Blackfoot, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2011, at the Bingham Memorial Hospital.
He was born Aug. 6, 1921, in Roberts, the son of Albert I. and Myrtle Roscoe Harris.

Pamela Raye Ramsey Heberling, 59

July 26, 2011

Pamela Raye Ramsey Heberling, 59, of Blackfoot, passed away Sunday, July 24, 2011, at her home while under the care of Access Hospice of Pocatello. Her loving husband and family was at her side.
Pam was born in Burley on May 24, 1952. She was the third child of William “Bill” and Glenna Loveless Ramsey. She was raised on a farm in the Heyburn area. She was a tomboy and loved the outdoors. She enjoyed riding horses with her dad and family in the mountains. She loved rough and tumble, but grew up to be such a lady!

Ray D. DeRoche, 83

July 26, 2011

Ray D. DeRoche, 83, of Blackfoot passed away July 25, 2011, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls.
Funeral services are pending under the direction of Nalder Funeral Home in Shelley. Condolences can be sent to the family at www.nalderfuneralhome.com.

BPAC announces concert season

July 26, 2011

BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot Performing Arts Center will feature five outstanding concerts for its 2011-2012 Concert Series. The first one will kick off Oct. 15 with country singing legend Gary Morris.
Tickets for the series can be purchased as a package or individually. BPAC Programming Director Susan Mann says tickets will be discounted to $15 each if purchased for the entire series. Individual ticket prices will be higher.
Last year's season ticket holders have until Aug. 30 to reserve their same seats. All seats will go on sale to the general public Sept. 1.

July 25th

LaVerne N. Malcom

July 25, 2011

LaVerne N. Malcom died on July 23, 2011 at the home of her daughter in Shelley.  She suffered with lung cancer and emphysema and fought a valiant fight.
LaVerne Hancock was born Oct 25, 1921 in Downey, Idaho to Louis Delbert Hancock and Ethelyn Francilda Norby Hancock.  She was delivered by her Grandmother Anderson.  LaVerne was the third child in a family that would grow to 8 children.

Charlotte Hagar, 71

July 25, 2011

BLACKFOOT - Our wife, mother, grandmother and friend, Charlotte Wilson Hagar, 71, passed away quietly on Friday, July 22, 2011 at Bingham Memorial Hospital, surrounded by her family.
Born on September 16, 1939 in Pocatello, the daughter of Thomas and Kathryn Wilson. She attended Pocatello Schools, graduating from Pocatello High School in 1957.
She was married in August, 1958 to LaMar Hagar. The couple moved to Blackfoot that same year and have resided here since. The couple had three children: John, James and David.

Myrtle E. McNee, 94

July 25, 2011

Myrtle E. McNee, 94, of Blackfoot, Idaho passed away July 22, 2011 at Bingham Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation in Blackfoot. 
 She was born December 18, 1916 at St. Anthony, Idaho to Richard LeRoy Broadhurst and Edna Mae Godfrey Broadhurst, the second child and only daughter of four children.
On April 7, 1934 she married Dean C. McNee.  Four children were born to this union.  They farmed in the Egin area and later moved to Firth where they also farmed. 

July 24th

Man returns wallet from 1945

July 25, 2011

By BOB HUDSON
bobhudson@cableone.net
A former Moreland man has become a national celebrity in Okinawa because of the simple gesture of returning an enemy soldier's wallet.
Durl Gibbs came into possession of the wallet during the Battle of Okinawa in 1945. He returned it to the soldier's daughter earlier this year.
"I got the wallet just before we dug in for the night," Gibbs recalled. He had become his unit's radioman two or three days earlier. "Because I had the radio, I had to be right beside the platoon sergeant."

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