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January 25th, 2012

law enforcement investigating alleged incident near I-15

January 25, 2012

FORT HALL — Local law enforcement officers are investigating a reported altercation that took place on the side of Interstate 15 near Fort Hall.
A passerby called 911 and reported that she saw three people—two men and one woman—in an altercation on the side of the road, Shoshone-Bannock Tribes spokesperson Randy'L Teton said.

January 24th

BYU Ballroom Dancers coming to BPAC Saturday

January 25, 2012

Editor's Note:
See a feature on the Shelley High School Ballroom Dance team in Thursday's Morning News. The Blackfoot Performing Arts Center event organizers encourage everyone to take advantage of the free workshop that the BYU Ballroom Dance Company will conduct Saturday at 2 p.m.

MORNING NEWS
BLACKFOOT – The BYU Ballroom Dance Company returns to Blackfoot Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center. This year they bring the world champion showcase Capture the Magic! to the BPAC stage.

Local woman to conduct diabetes clinic tonight

January 25, 2012

SHELLEY – A diabetes workshop is from 6:30—7:30 this evening at the North Bingham County District Library, 197 W. Locust St., Shelley. The workshop is free to all.
"We're going to talk about diabetes—what it is, how to prevent it and tips on how to control blood sugar," said Barbara Moulton, a registered dietitian and diabetes educator.
"I've worked with Rocky Mountain Diabetes in Idaho Falls for 13 years," she said. "I love it.
"I love learning about the disease and the different tricks people can do to help themselves," Moulton said.

Local students to perform with honor band tonight

January 25, 2012

BLACKFOOT — The Gem State Clinic and Honor Band Concert begins at 7:30 this evening at the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center (BPAC).
Students auditioned to be part of the honor or clinic band.
Students from 10 of the larger schools in the area have participated in workshops throughout today in preparation for this evening's concert.
Students from Madison High School, Bonneville, Hillcrest, Idaho Falls, Skyline, Blackfoot, Pocatello, Highland, Century and Preston are participating.

Former resident about to release novel

January 24, 2012

BLACKFOOT — When Rachel McClellan was growing up, she never planned to become an author; she just enjoyed writing stories.
However, this former Blackfoot resident is now using her fiction writing skills to contribute to the young adult fiction genre. Her first novel, “Fractured Light”, is receiving superb reviews from other authors and is highly rated on Goodreads, a popular website for book recommendations, by those who have previewed the novel.

January 23rd

ISTCS students earn some hardware

January 24, 2012

BLACKFOOT — Five sixth grade boys at Idaho Science and Technology Charter School travelled to Boise last weekend to compete in the Future City regional competition and returned home with some hardware.
Not only were they recognized for the being the team that travelled the furthest, they also won the Materials Exotica award, which is given to the team with the most creative use of materials and materials science in the design of their city.

Snake River band receives Pepsi grant

January 24, 2012

THOMAS — It's official. The Snake River Band program has earned a $25,000 grant from the Pepsi Refresh Project.
Band director Randy Brady was notified of this good news Sunday evening.
"It was a long-shot," Brady said. "It's pretty remarkable that we were seventh among 224 grant requests.
"We are very, very grateful for the support," he said.
The main purpose [for entering this contest] was to get larger instruments; to start to make the band more competitive," Brady said, "and to offer a quality band experience."

I.F. Police Make Multiple Attempted Strangulation Arrests

January 23, 2012

IDAHO FALLS - Idaho Falls Police arrested three men this past weekend for attempted strangulation in three separate incidents.
Jade W. Farley, 32, of St. Anthony was arrested Saturday in the 700 block of Lindsay after he got into an altercation with a woman at the Le Ritz Hotel.
Adam Ryan Ian Butler, 26, of Idaho Falls was arrested Sunday night after he attempted to strangle a woman at a residence at the corner of Anderson and Cassia Avenue. The victim also reported that Butler held her against will.

January 22nd

Cooking is in Fort Hall man's DNA

January 22, 2012

FORT HALL — As a boy Michael Mendez often helped his mother and grandmother with the cooking.
"I remember stirring a pot or rolling out pie dough for Grandma or my Mom," said Mendez, now the Food and Beverage Manager at Fort Hall Casino. "Grandma was famous for her cooking when the family ran the Oregon Trail (restaurant at Fort Hall).
"I enjoy cooking," Mendez continued, noting that he was the head cook at the casino from 2005-2008, took a break to work as a cook for ON Semiconductor's staff operation, then returned.

January 20th

COP program needs more help

January 21, 2012

BLACKFOOT – The Citizen's on Patrol (COP) program needs more volunteers. The core group consists of about 16 volunteers and Sgt. Jeff Mosbrucker with the Blackfoot Police Department says "it just isn't enough."
"COP's are the eyes and ears for the police," said Mosbrucker. "They're already trained and they help ease the load so officers can focus on other things."
For the month of December COP's donated 51.5, hours of their time. Mosbrucker says the police department would like to see a big increase in that number –– but it will require more volunteers.

 

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