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BINGHAM COUNTY – The boys are back and they're going to get in trouble…or at least will be trying to push for the tops of each of their respective divisions. Now that the holiday cheer has been had and the stockings are once again void of cheer, the hardwood heroes jump back on the court wit…

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BINGHAM COUNTY – As the new year starts and the dawning of a new decade, teams around the county focus on rallying for the second half of the season. The holiday break allows teams the opportunity to recover from nagging injuries, tough schedules, and exhaustion; each of the teams will enter…

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BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot High School boys' basketball team invited Soda Springs and Marsh Valley to play in a Jamboree earlier this week. Each of the three teams would play a total of four quarters, two against each school in both junior varsity and varsity basketball in preparation for the…

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BLACKFOOT – Cold weather and a clear night is just what the doctor ordered for the Blackfoot Broncos as they hosted Sandpoint for the first game of the State playoffs. An even matchup on paper that would leave anyone guessing as to how it the game would unfold, was anything but even.

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FIRTH – The Cougars hosted the West Jefferson Panthers for a good old-fashioned cat fight on the football field. As play commenced, both teams jockeyed for the opportunity to be the first in the end zone, but ultimately Firth would prove to be the team who wanted it more.

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BLACKFOOT – Arguably one of the hardest things a team can face is matching a team in a higher division and Snake River did just that Friday as they hosted the Preston Indians for the final game of the regular season. The Preston Indians, a 4A school came in as the favorites for this game bec…

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NORTH FREMONT – The Firth volleyball team 'spikes again,' traveling to North Fremont to tame the Huskies with aspirations of closing out their season with a perfect record in conference play. After the pooches were kenneled, and the cats played, the Lady Cougars finished their season with th…

FIRTH – Tuesday night went pink in Firth as the Lady Cougars volleyball team continues their domination of the 2A Nuclear conference. Traveling all the way from Salmon was the Lady Savages, who continues to search for their first win on the season.

BINGHAM COUNTY – Monday may have be the final day of regular season play for some of the soccer teams, but it also starts the next chapter; districts! Some local teams fared well, while others didn't make the grade.

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FIRTH – The Lady Cougars came off of a four-game winning streak (except for matches at the Capital Tournament where they tied for third place) in Thursday night's home stand against the North Fremont Huskies.

IDAHO FALLS– The oldest rodeo tradition in Idaho is just a two days away. It's the War Bonnet Roundup hosted by the City of Idaho Falls, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Fort Hall, and the Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation Department. From the beginning the most spectacular and colorful part of…

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FIRTH – The Little Buckaroo Rodeo is this weekend. Fun filled times in Firth are in store for all, for the 54th year in a row. All the favorites are going to be there. Registration for the events has expired.

BLACKFOOT – Local steer wrestler is making good on the PRCA circuit. Stetson Jorgensen from Blackfoot, Idaho is currently in 10th place against some of the best bulldoggers in the country. For the majority of people it would seem unwise to jump from a galloping horse on to the head of a 400-…

An icon in Green Bay football history lost his battle with time yesterday morning. Leading the team as quarterback from 1956-1971, Bart Starr was an all american hero. With 3 consecutive league championships, 1961,1962 and 1965 not to mention winning the first ever title, Super Bowl Champion…

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