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BLACKFOOT – Longtime business ALSCO will be headed by a new face coming the start of April. Joe Jonely has been working with ALSCO for over nine years, and is a second generation employee. Joe's father, James, has dedicated 34 years to ALSCO, and has spent the last 23 years working for them …

FORT HALL – The 44 annual Northwest Indian Youth Conference is under way in Fort Hall with tribes from across the west arriving to take part in the event. From as far east as Nebraska to the west coast of Washington, young Native Americans come together to participate in activities, workshop…

BOISE – After a unanimous vote in the Capitol sends the wage theft bill presented by Representative Erpelding to the Governor's desk, Erpelding's bill would change the timeframe that people have to claim unpaid wages from six months to 12 months. The federal statute allows up to two years to…

BINGHAM COUNTY – Blackfoot, Snake River and Aberdeen school districts all had levies to be voted on at the polls.

BLACKFOOT – A tradition running 17 years strong at Snake River High School, brought out a crowd that barely fit in the cafeteria. From wall to wall, items were lined up to be auctioned off to generate funds for scholarships for Snake River's Future Farmers of America (FFA) members.

 BLACKFOOT – The council spoke with Kurt Hibbert about the proposed R1-R Ranchette zone. This zone would allow people to own and maintain farm style animals inside city limits, if the home is zoned accordingly. After minimal discussion, the R1-R zone passed, making it possible for those inte…

BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot Street Department took to the roads to start repairing what mother nature set out to destroy. As the snow starts to melt away, and the warmth of the sun is felt, the roadways feel the coming of spring as well. It would seem that this time of year, potholes spring up…

SHELLEY – Big news in the small town of Shelley as council meets. All members of council were in attendance, with Mayor Pascoe at the helm.

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Weather AlertWinter Weather Advisory issued February 25 at 3:53AM MST until February 26 at 5:00PM MST by NWS Pocatello...LONG-DURATION WINTER STORM TO BRING VARYING IMPACTS ACROSS SOUTHEAST IDAHO... ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 5 PM MST TUESDAY... * WHAT...Snow and blow…

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No school Monday, February 25! Due to the combination of rural roads already being impassable and further forecasts of snow and wind, District 55 is not confident that they will be able to complete all transportation routes on February 25. Consequently there will be no school, February 25 fo…

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On Saturday, February 23, 2019, at approximately 4:56 p.m. the Idaho State Police investigated a single-vehicle fatality crash northbound I15 at milepost 118.5, in Idaho Falls.

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Weather AlertWinter Weather Advisory issued February 23 at 2:12PM MST until February 26 at 5:00PM MST by NWS Pocatello...LONG-DURATION WINTER STORM TO BRING VARYING IMPACTS ACROSS SOUTHEAST IDAHO... ...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 5 PM MST TUESDAY... * WHAT...P…