March 29th, 2012
THOMAS â€” Behind a game winning single by Cole Rushton and a complete game pitching gem by Cash Cardona the Snake River Panthers completed the season sweep of the defending 2A state champion Malad Dragons on Thursday evening with a 2-1 victory.
"Great pitching match up," Snake River head coach James Carter said. "This is the second game the Cash has pitched for us and the second great effort from him. He threw the crap out of it today and threw a lot of strikes. He did a great job of pitching ahead of the hitters which makes them hit the pitch he wants them to hit."
THOMAS â€” Snake River's Distinguished Young Women program will be held Saturday at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
The theme for the evening will be Jungle Fever and the emcee will be Amanda Burt, who was Snake River's Junior Miss in 2010.
Hannah Hansen will also share her talents and enthusiastic personality one last time as the reigning 2012 Distinguished Young Woman. She has done a great job representing Snake River this past year.
Snake River 20, Soda Springs 1 (5 innings)
SODA SPRINGS â€” In as lopsided a win as one will find the Snake River Panthers crushed host Soda Springs 20-1 on the baseball diamond Wednesday evening.
"We actually were holding runners," Snake River head coach James Carter said. "We probably could have scored thirty or more runs. We swung the bats pretty good and they struggled defensively."
Thomas "Tom" Lee Moss, 67, of Ronan, Mont., passed away peacefully March 25, 2012 at Kalispel Regional Medical Center. He is survived by his loving wife, Connie B. Moss, step-daughter Jennifer Gardner, Â three daughters from his previous marriage to Julie A. (Hernandez) Moss: Susie Lee Moss of Gibson, Stephanie Ann Moss of Gibson and Debbie Renee Langston (Dave) of Pocatello and step-son Larry Wadsworth (Sonya) of Fort Hall; two sisters, Gloria Whitworth of Polson, Mont. and Marilyn Woods (John) of Blackfoot; 9 grandchildren; andÂ 5 great-grandchildren.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) â€” A last-ditch attempt Tuesday by Democrats to revive a bill that would require teachers and administrators to identify and crack down on students who harass and threaten their classmates was beaten back in the House, a move that likely ends any chance of bolstering anti-bullying policies in public schools this year.
The legislation, which was amended extensively before clearing the Senate earlier this month, has been held up ever since in the House by Rep. Bob Nonini, R-Coeur d'Alene, chairman of the House Education Committee.
BLACKFOOT â€” Grant Thorson of Woodville is running to replace Cleone Jolley as Bingham County commissioner in District One.
Community Dinner Table serves up it's 25,000 plate-
When the Community Dinner Table opened it's doors for free meals to the needy through the winter season 4 years ago, it did not anticipate the kind of growth that would occur each passing year. The Dinner Table awarded young Michael Sullenger in being it's 25,000 plate served.
RIVERSIDE â€” Once again the Snake River Panthers and the Blackfoot Broncos collided on the softball diamond as the Panthers took to their home field looking for a season sweep over the Broncos.
Blackfoot was having none of that on Tuesday evening as they turned the tables on their earlier season loss to the Panthers as they pounded out 13 hits in an 8-5 road victory.
"This was big for us," Blackfoot head coach Matt Chavez said. "All week long we have come out and practiced with a ton of confidence and today they brought that confidence to the field. Our seniors came out strong and ready to play."
THOMAS â€” Sixth grader Latimer High won his school's geography bee and qualified for Idaho's Geography Bee. Latimer attends Snake River Middle School.
Latimer was notified in February that he is one of the top 100 geography students in the state. This qualifies him to compete in the state Geography Bee.
The Idaho Geography Bee is scheduled Saturday at Boise State University.
Egg artist Jacqueline Wittwer from Shelley spent last Saturday teaching 12 4-H members how to make Ukrainian Easter eggs.
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. this Thursday, Friday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Wittwer and two other egg artists will be doing demonstrations and personalizing eggs at the North Bingham County District Library, 197 W. Locust St., Shelley. Each personalized egg costs $5.
Funds raised will go to Friends of the North Bingham County District Library to help raise funds for a new library building.