February 23rd, 2015
Saturday February 21st, 2015
(#1) Kentucky (27-0) 110
Auburn (12-15) 75
Kentucky played host to SEC league door matt Auburn and appropriately blew them out of the gym. Kentucky used a 23-2 run in the first half to break open a 27 point first half lead. They never looked back as Auburn never seriously threatened again. Karl Anthony Towns led Kentucky with 19 points and 10 rebounds.
(#3) Gonzaga (28-1) 70
Saint Maryâ€™s (20-7) 60
â€¢ AARP Tax Aide from 9 a.m. to noon at the Senior Citizens Center, 20 E. Pacific St. Service continues each Mon. through Apr. 13, also every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30-8 p.m.
â€¢ Cottage meeting for zone 4 (Riverside) at 7 p.m. at Riverside Elementary to discuss the Snake River School Levy.
â€¢ American Legion Baseball Parent & Player Meeting for boys ages 14-19 at 6 p.m. in the Blackfoot High School, in the new gym. Call Tami for more information at 681-6646.
BOISE (AP) â€” Total highway spending in Idaho has dropped nearly 20 percent in recent years, a dip that has compounded the state's road funding problems and added urgency for lawmakers seeking a solution.
One of the major reasons for the drop is an 8 percent decline in federal money. The state received $321 million in federal road funding in 2010. By 2013, that number had fallen to $295 million.
The reduction mirrors a national trend in which decreasing federal dollars have stalled road upkeep across the country, according to a review of data from The Associated Press.
COEUR D'ALENE (AP) â€” Imagine a world where items normally made of metal are fashioned out of wood - airplane engines, Ferris wheels, logging chains, Geneva drive gear mechanisms, maritime pulleys, pendulum systems within grandfather clocks.
Throw in mischievous puzzles, functional and fashionable home decor and unique pieces of art and you would see a world created by Ray Gotz.
"I just like to make stuff," the 88-year-old Coeur d'Alene resident said.
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POCATELLO â€”Â The Blackfoot Broncos boys basketball team saw its season coem to an end with a 70-59 loss to Pocatello on Thursday. For more on the game pick-up Friday edition of the Morning News of visit the e-edition.
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