April 26th, 2011
BLACKFOOT â€” For six innings the Blackfoot Broncos out hit, out fielded and out pitched the visiting Highland Rams on Tuesday afternoon. Unfortunately, the one inning in which the Rams clearly won was more than enough as they struck for 9 runs in the first inning and then coasted home, handing the Broncos a 11-5 defeat.
"I was happy with the way that the kids battled back and never quit," Blackfoot head coach Kenny Dahle said. "We out hit them and played pretty even with a team that swept Hillcrest and soundly at that."
CENTERVILLE, Utah â€” Lee W. Buttars, 91, passed away, Sunday, April 24, 2011.He was born Dec. 5, 1919 at Clarkston, Utah, the son of David Alexander and Rosetta Loosle Buttars. He grew up on the family farm and from an early age assisted his father and brothers with farming chores.
He graduated from North Cache High School in 1938. He earned his B.S. degree in Agriculture with a minor in chemistry from Utah State Agricultural College (USU) in 1948.
Lee served an LDS mission to the Western United States from 1941 to 1943, serving mostly in Wyoming and South Dakota.
Salvador S. â€śSaviorâ€ť Hernandez, 86, of Blackfoot, passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 23, 2011, at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Pocatello surrounded by family.
He was born Sept. 2, 1924, in Blackfoot, the son of Nicholas and Rosario Hernandez.
He grew up in Blackfoot and attended school at St. Margaretâ€™s Catholic School in Blackfoot. In 1944 he joined the US Army and served in the South Pacific during World War II, where he was wounded in action. He received the Purple Heart Award and was honorably discharged in 1946.
For the Morning News
FORT HALL â€” An event celebrating the long-awaited construction of a hotel and events center by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday just west of the Interstate 15 Fort Hall Exit.
The â€śgroundbreakingâ€ť event will be held amidst a hubbub of pre-construction activity at the site that started a month early due to favorable weather conditions, said Nathan Small, tribal chairman.
THOMAS â€“Sandra Molina, a senior at Snake River High School (SRHS), is one of the recipients of the Gates Millennial Scholarship (GMS).
Molina is the third SRHS student in four years who has received this scholarship.
This year, 23,000 students applied for this scholarship, â€śso the competition was very steep,â€ť said counselor Karen Crook. One thousand scholarships were awarded.
Crook said, â€śThe scholarship will pay for her schooling for the next 10 years if she decides to get a doctorate degree.
â€śShe can attend any accredited college in the U.S., Crook said.
Salvador S. Hernandez, 86, of Blackfoot, passed away on Saturday, April 23, 2011, at the Idaho State Veterans Home in Pocatello.
Funeral arrangements are pending under the direction of Hawker Funeral Home and will be announced.
Maxine Jane Hunt Edwards, 66, of Blackfoot, Idaho, passed away April 21, 2011, at Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot following a lingering illness.
Maxine was born March 11, 1945, in Portland, Ore., to John Vernal Hunt and Mildred Jane Oakey Hunt. She grew up in Roberts and attended schools there.
On Nov. 8, 1968, she married LeRoy Don Edwards in Idaho Falls. They made their home in Osgood and Idaho Falls. Maxine was a homemaker, wife and mother.
Bobbie Lou Hansen, 82, of Blackfoot passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 20, 2011, at the Bingham Memorial Hospital.
Bobbie Lou was born Aug. 16, 1928 in Central, Idaho, to Wilford and Matilda Andersen. She was the sixth of seven children. She came from a close-knit family who shared the joys and struggles of farm life. She graduated from Grace High School in 1946.
Marjorie Wilma Doig, 76, of Blackfoot, passed away Friday, April 22, 2011, at The Gables in Shelley of an extended illness.
She was born Aug. 5, 1934, in White Sulfur Springs, Mont., the daughter of Robert Jess and Anis Hilary Ailey. She was raised by her stepmother Ruth Louise Ailey.
Wilma was raised and educated in White Sulfur Springs.
On Sept. 4, 1951, she married William â€śBillâ€ť Doig in Livingston, Mont.
They lived in Big Timber, Livingston, and White Sulfur Springs, Mont., and moved to Blackfoot in 1963.