April 11th, 2015
IONA â€” The Blackfoot Broncos defeated Bonneville 6-2 on a very windy Saturday afternoon in Iona. For more on the game pick up Monday's Morning News or visit the e-edition.
cooking skills. With AP Photos.
Mastering the simple vinaigrette to deliver maximum flavor
SARA MOULTON, Associated Press
Most people reach for prepared salad dressings because on busy weeknights they just can't handle the thought of whipping up yet something else. Because after cooking a main course and some sides and tossing together a salad, who has the time and energy to make a dressing?
BLACKFOOTâ€”Blackfoot High School students wrapped up their Gender Revolution Friday afternoon, with a Gender Equality March. Thirty five students marched from Blackfoot High School to Jensen's Grove with their banners and posters in hand for fellowship and pizza. Students showed enthusiasm for their message "Love No Matter What."
BLACKFOOT â€” Blackfoot's truss bridge that crosses the Snake River on Bridge Street will be closed today. JUB engineering will be doing a 24-month fracture critical inspection for the Idaho Department of Transportation. This will require an up close inspection of every major part of the bridge that carries net tension.
FIRTH â€” The Firth Lady Cougars got a game-winning hit from Hannah Grebsted to earn an 8-6 win over West Jefferson. For more on the game pick up Friday's Morning News or visit the e-edition.
A fundraiser for Rigin James Page will take place Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11. Friday there will be a meet and greet at the Bannock County Fairgrounds indoor arena at 6 p.m.. Admission is free. Saturdays events will begin at 11:30. The live auction, saddle raffle and silent auction will run throughout the day on Saturday.
BLACKFOOT â€” The Blackfoot Lady Broncos split a doubleheader with Pocatello on Wednesday at Blackfoot High School winning game one 4-1 before falling in game two 11-4. For more on the games pick up Thursday's Morning News of visit the e-edition.
The AKI Gallery is honored to welcome April's Artist, Simply Arlie and her Exhibit "Within Frame"! She is an Amazing Photographer from Maryland whom we are very lucky to be exhibiting. The Exhibit will begin April 8th with a Reception and Workshop from 7-9pm. The Reception and Workshop are free to the public so please come and enjoy a wonderful evening with Simply Arlie!
BLACKFOOT â€” The Blackfoot City Council rejected a proposed ban on plastic and paper bags in Blackfoot on Tuesday.
Snake River student Hayley Lemon, 16, a senior set to graduate early, made the proposal in February as part of her senior project. Council members expressed concern approving the ban would be government overreach.
GROVES, Texas (AP) â€” A 400-pound alligator safely hauled out of a Southeast Texas pond has a new home at a tourist attraction that caters to gators.
Gator Country preserve owner Gary Saurage said Tuesday that the 11-foot reptile joins more than 400 other alligators at the preserve in Beaumont, Texas.
Saurage got the animal after a landowner in nearby Groves called about an aggressive alligator in a rural pond where children swim.
Saurage went to the swampy site to rope and remove the male alligator, which he estimates is 35 to 40 years old.