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November 16th, 2014

St. John's parishioners prepare for bazaar

November 17, 2014

PINGREE — A dozen or so members of St. John's Catholic Church have spent the last three Sundays preparing for their annual Christmas noodles bazaar.


Owl attacks hawk at store display

November 16, 2014

BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — The grand opening of an L.L. Bean store in Vermont has ruffled some feathers, with an owl attacking a hawk in a shopping mall display.
Officials say a European eagle owl attacked a Harris's hawk Friday in Burlington's Town Center Mall.
The Burlington Free Press reports witnesses said the owl squeezed the hawk in its claws for several minutes, causing the hawk to shriek.
Workers at the mall display for the Freeport, Maine-based outdoors outfitter separated the birds.

Broncos roll into 4A state championship game with 48-15 blowout win over Middleton

November 16, 2014

POCATELLO — With a berth in next Friday's 4A state championship game just a win away the Blackfoot Broncos had just a scrappy run oriented Middleton team standing in their way.
But this years Broncos squad was not going to be denied a return to the championship game.
Pacen Hayes threw for 228 yards and five touchdowns and the defense held the Vikings scoreless until late in the fourth quarter as Blackfoot rolled to a 48-15 win over the Vikings Saturday night inside Holt Arena.

November 14th

Snake River beats Shelley for berth in Class 3A finals

November 15, 2014

POCATELLO – When the Shelley Russets ventured to Thomas in early October the Panthers defense took the control of the game on the first defensive series as Snake River pitched a 19-0 shutout of the two-time defending state champs.
After that loss Shelley head coach Travis Hobson said that was a game his and the rest of his team wanted back.

Great Deer Hunts Begin with Doughnuts

November 15, 2014

Great things come in little packages. Take 11-year old Hailey Transtrum from Blackfoot. This tiny-framed huntress harvested her first deer in October. Though she herself is pint-sized, her story -- and the exuberance she uses to tell it -- is larger than life.
When recounting that exciting day on Oct. 17, Hailey doesn’t immediately jump to the blood-pumping moment the deer came into view or that breathless moment when she settled in and took her shot. She starts at the beginning.
“We had to get up "really" early,” Hailey starts. “But, my dad had bought doughnuts for breakfast!”


Man arrested after calf found in car

November 14, 2014

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) — Police in Southern California have arrested a suspected calf rustler after the animal was found in the back seat of his car.
Riverside Animal Services spokesman John Welsh says an officer approached Cesar Zamora Santana early Wednesday when the man was spotted loitering outside an auto shop.
When the officer looked inside Santana's vehicle, he saw the calf lying in the back seat. Santana told police that he bought the animal for $200 at a gas station.
Animal control officers found that the bovine's ear identification tag had been forcibly removed.

Aberdeen playoff game moved to Monday

November 14, 2014

Because of inclement weather, the Idaho High School Activities Association has rescheduled at least three state semifinal football games.
Among those changed are Rigby at Bishop Kelly, Highland vs. Rocky Mountain and Aberdeen vs. Orofino.
The new time for the Rigby-BK game is 1 p.m. Saturday in Boise with Highland vs. Rocky Mountain at Holt Arena in Pocatello at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. Aberdeen vs. Orofino will be played at 5:30 p.m. on Monday in Holt Arena.

VIDEO: Rubik's cube, green plastic soldiers, and bubbles in Toy Hall of Fame

November 14, 2014

November 13th

Santa's Helpers work at Rupe's

November 14, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Members of the Bingham County Sheriff's Department and Blackfoot City Police cooked, served and bussed tables at Rupe's Burgers on Thursday in hopes of earning some generous tips for the Santa's Helpers program.
Sponsored by the Bingham County Sheriff's Department, Santa's Helpers is a program that helps assist families in need with Christmas gift giving. Up to 100 families are selected to receive help with the program each year.

Bad first date: Woman takes Oregon man's wallet

November 13, 2014

WILSONVILLE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon police agree it was a bad first date.
They say a 23-year-old man met a woman for the first time in person Monday night after they talked online. She hopped into his vehicle at a drive-through restaurant in Wilsonville, south of Portland, and suggested he buy her a milkshake.
Sgt. Dan Kraus says the man got two $1 bills in change and put them into his wallet, which he left on the center console. Kraus says the woman grabbed the wallet, got out of the car and ran off.

 

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