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September 18th, 2010

Kay Perkins Lyman, 95

September 18, 2010

Kay Perkins Lyman, 95, passed away Wednesday, Sept. 15,
2010, in Blackfoot.
Kay was a long-time resident of Blanding, Utah, but had come to live with his daughter, Deana Day, and be near his other children in Blackfoot after the death of his wife in December of last year. Since June he had been living at the Renaissance Assisted Living Center in Blackfoot.

LeeAnna Z.M. Tinno

September 18, 2010

LeeAnna Z. M. Tinno, 39
LeeAnna Z. M. Tinno, 39, of Blackfoot, passed away Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.
LeeAnna was born on Feb. 12, 1971, in Pocatello to Marge Galloway and Zilford Tinno. She was raised in the Blackfoot area and attended schools in the Blackfoot school district.

Students celebrate Constitution

September 18, 2010

FIRTH — Constitution Day was Friday. To remember this event, elementary students dressed in a sea of red, white and blue at A. W. Johnson Elementary in Firth.
"The Constitution is the highest law of the country," kindergartner Aiden Clayson said.
The Constitution was taught to each class, grades kindergarten through fourth, throughout the week. Kindergarten teacher and counselor Mary Harshbarger taught these classes.
At the Firth Middle School, students participated in a poster contest. The winners were Allie Gibson, Hannah Esplin, Victor Burkhart and Savannah Brewington.

Family tells importance of foster care

September 18, 2010

RIVERSIDE — After raising six children of their own, Rudy and Veronica deWit were faced with an empty house.
"I saw Wednesday's Child and wanted to adopt," Veronica said of their initial journey into the world of foster care.
That was five years ago. Although Rudy wasn't too keen on the idea of adoption or foster care at first, he eventually warmed to the idea.
"We've fostered 11 kids since then," Rudy said as he sat at the kitchen table earlier this week. He noted how easy it is for anyone who have ever considered providing such a service to begin the process.

September 17th

Broncos bounce back with road win

September 18, 2010

REXBURG - The Blackfoot Broncos travelled north to Rexburg to take on the Madison for the Bobcats homecoming game and came away with a 31-8 victory.
The Broncos took advantage of some Bobcat miscues, including hitting a seam pass on the second play of the game, good for a 68 yard pass and catch play for the game's opening score.
"Pilster really made some nice throws tonight," said Coach Stan Buck. "The first pass to (Beau) Hoskins really set the tone for the game tonight."

Panther defense tames Savages

September 18, 2010

THOMAS — The Snake River Panthers reverted to the time tested football formula on Saturday evening, pounding the rock with seven different running backs, who amassed 221-yards of rushing between them and then turned the ball over to their stingy defense who collected a trio of turnovers, leading the Panthers to a 26-7 homecoming victory over the Savages of Salmon.

Russets prevail 3-1 over Broncos

September 17, 2010

By MARK HIGH
sports@cableone.net
SHELLEY — Bingham County rivals collided on the volleyball court on Thursday evening as Blackfoot made their inaugural visit to Shelley for a good old fashioned High Country Conference duel.
At the end of the night the host Russets emerged victorious, winning the match in 4 sets 25-22, 21-25, 25-19 and 25-12.
“Beating these 4A and 5A teams has been phenomenal,” Shelley head coach Ceanna Larson said. “There have been many people who have doubted that we could even compete at this level so it is awesome to come out and prove what we can do.”

September 16th

Officials break ground at Portneuf

September 16, 2010

POCATELLO — In about a year, Portneuf Medical Center will have a new cancer center. It will open at the same time as the hospital's new facility does the summer of 2011.
"This is really a historic day for the people of Pocatello and all of Eastern Idaho," said Dr. Scott Pierson, a medical oncologist and hematologist at the current cancer center.
Speaking to a small group of cancer survivors and other dignitaries at a ground-breaking ceremony on Sept. 16, Pierson noted that medical and radiation oncology will be under one roof in the new facility.

Absentee voting open

September 16, 2010

BLACKFOOT — Starting this week, voters can vote absentee in the Bingham County Clerk’s office at the County Courthouse. People can vote absentee until 5 p.m. the Friday before the general election.
Absentee voting closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 29. Previously, absentee ballots could be cast until 5 p.m. Monday, the day before any election.
Polls in Bingham County are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 2.
There are three ways electors can request an absentee ballot. They are:

Dorothy Pickering Mann Flitton, 81

September 16, 2010

Dorothy Gaye Pickering Mann Flitton, 81, of Shelley, passed away Sept. 13, 2010, at the University Of Utah Hospital, peacefully surrounded by her family.
Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 17, 2010, at the Shelley First Ward Chapel (184 North Park Ave.).
The family will receive friends Thursday from 6-8 p.m. at Nalder Funeral Home (110 West Oak) in Shelley and Friday from 9:30-10:45 before the services at the church.
Interment will be 11 a.m. Saturday in the Randolph, Utah, Cemetery.
Condolences can be sent to the family at www.nalderfuneralhome.com.

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