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August 12th, 2014

Snake River students learn about health professions

August 12, 2014

Over 90 students attended the first Snake River Health Career Expo Tuesday morning at the Snake River High School.
The day was to begin with the arrival of Life Flight out of Pocatello, however, the helicopter was down for maintenance and could not fly.
"I didn't know they were not coming and I'm a LIfe Flight nurse," said presenter Taunya Horn.
"I've had a love of flying," she said. "I was a nurse for 19 years before I got a spot on Life Flight.
"It's very competitive for spots," said Horn. "The configuration of medical personnel on the helicopter is pilot, nurse and paramedic.

VIDEO: Is Peyton and Eli Manning’s Latest Attempt at Rapping a Touchdown?

August 12, 2014

VIDEO: Is Peyton and Eli Manning’s Latest Attempt at Rapping a Touchdown?

VIDEO: Tributes Pour In For Robin Williams As Celebrities, Fans Mourn

August 12, 2014

VIDEO: Tributes Pour In For Robin Williams As Celebrities, Fans Mourn

Alfonso Escoto Lopez, 64

August 12, 2014

Alfonso Escoto Lopez, 64
Alfonso Escoto Lopez, 64, of Blackfoot, Idaho passed away Friday, August 8, 2014 at Bingham Memorial Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Blackfoot.
Alfonso was born May 17, 1950 in Michoacan, Mexico to Jesus Lopez and Trenid Escoto.
He was raised in Mexico and came to the United States in 1967. He traveled around as a migrant worker and a farm worker in various area’s. Farmer’s taught him to drive farm equipment and trucks. That is how he became a truck driver.
In 1985 Alfonso married Eloise George in Blackfoot, Idaho. They were later divorced.

Lydia Perkes, 88

August 12, 2014

Lydia Perkes, 88, of Blackfoot, passed away August 10, 2014, at The Willows.
She was born October 1, 1925 in Blackfoot, Idaho the daughter of Byron Jackman and Mildred Samuelson.
Lydia attended school in Blackfoot and Moreland. She married Arthur Perkes on June 11, 1942 in the Logan LDS Temple.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
She served in various callings during her lifetime and served a mission with her husband, Arthur, in the Washington DC Mission from 1982-1983.

August 11th

State legislator, husband sue Bannock County

August 12, 2014

Garth and Julie VanOrden have filed a civil suit against the Bannock County Sheriff and specific deputies in the death of their son, Jason, while he was interned in the Bannock County Jail in 2013.
Julie (R-Pingree) represents Bingham County in the Idaho Legislature.
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Hard work pays off for Idaho State quarterback

August 11, 2014

Justin Arias is a student.   He is not only a student of the game of football but he is an excellent student in the classroom. Arias will leave Idaho State in December with his master's degree. That success in the classroom has correlated into success on the football field for the senior Bengal quarterback.  
"It is a personal character trait," Arias said. "If you are going to work hard in school it is going to translate into anything you want to do. If you want to succeed in anything you want to do, you will have to work hard."

Lourie C. Jackson, 96

August 11, 2014

Lourie C. Jackson, 96, of Blackfoot, passed away Friday, August 8, 2014 at the Bingham Memorial Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center in Blackfoot.
She was born November 8, 1917 in Oakley, Idaho to Raymond  and Luella Tracy Curtis.
Lourie was raised and attended school in Oakley, Idaho.  Following graduation she attended the LDS Business College in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Successful Sho-Ban festival concludes

August 11, 2014

FORT HALL—The 51st Annual Shoshone-Bannock Festival concluded in Fort Hall on Sunday with a traditional feast of salmon and buffalo meat, the INFR Tour Rodeo Finals, the Wild Horse Race and one last grand entry with a poignant closing ceremony. Some are saying this was "the best festival ever."
With an abundant of food, sporting events, parades, dancing activities, hundreds of spectators from around the region and the world, were able to experience Native American culture "at its finest." Travelers from Italy, Japan, Israel and Dubai enjoyed the festival first hand.

August 8th

'Sister Moss' selected as Miss Sho-Ban

August 9, 2014

Fort Hall's Tadrachelle Murry was named the 51st Miss Shoshone-Bannock Queen following a spectacular, but wet, grand entry at the Shoshone-Bannock Festival Friday evening.
Murry, 25, who is affectionately known as "Sister Moss" throughout the Fort Hall community was crowned by Taylor Thomas who was named Miss Shoshone-Bannock last year. Thomas went on to become Miss Indian World this spring. 
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