The Daily Press Blackfoot Morning News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-10-22T00:35:35-04:00 pro in favor of proposed changes 2014-10-22T00:35:35-04:002014-10-22T00:35:35-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsTraditionally, the golf pro owns and operates the golf shop and golf equipment, while running the golf tournaments. The city keeps the revenue from the green fees. City leaders are considering taking over the course by buying out the golf shop and equipment and hiring the golf pros on as city employees. Dayley, along with Blackfoot Mayor Paul Loomis, city councilman Chris Jensen and parks Blackfoot, IDLISA LETEGolf pro in favor of proposed changes Blackfoot Morning
Bigfoot believers gather in Washington state 2014-10-21T14:30:14-04:002014-10-21T13:41:33-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsThe Yakima Valley Museum is hosting a Bigfoot Round-Up.The Yakima Herald-Republic reports the event will honor Yakima's own Bob Gimlin and the late Roger Patterson, who filmed what they say was a Bigfoot encounter in 1967 in Northern California.The well-known footage since has been debated and scrutinized, with some calling the filmmakers Bigfoot research pioneers and other saying the video shoes a man in an ape suit.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWS
Bigfoot believers gather in Washington state Blackfoot Morning Crest Elementary traffic concerns draw a large crowd at public hearing2014-10-21T00:01:04-04:002014-10-21T00:01:04-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsThe City of Blackfoot received a technical assistant grant from the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) for $14,800 to study the area around Ridge Crestand explore safer options for pedestrians and drivers. David Doran, ITD Highway District Mobility Manger, said the overall intent of the study is "for the safety of the community."For more on this story, turn to our print or e-editions.Blackfoot, IDLISA LETERidge Crest Elementary traffic concerns draw a large crowd at public hearingBlackfoot Morning
Woman says she dug up dad's grave 'with respect' 2014-10-20T13:40:23-04:002014-10-20T13:40:11-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsProsecutors allege Melanie Nash, 52, conspired with others to remove her father's remains from the Colebrook Village Cemetery in May. The vault of businessman Eddie Nash, who died in 2004, was found cracked with the casket opened and his remains searched through.The Caledonian Record reports Melanie Nash's lawyer, William Albrecht, filed a motion last month arguing statements made after her arrest and before she was advised of her Miranda rights should be excluded because they violate her right against self-incrimination.Coos County Attorney John McCormick said Nash showed her "free will" in coming to police and waiving her Miranda rights.Police believe the casket was pulled out after Melanie Nash commented about her father being buried with "the real will." A police affidavit said she didn't find a will, only a pack of cigarettes in her father's hand.Nash told police she did not receive anything when her father died and had been thinking of digging up the grave for years to prove her sister, Susie Nash, "hid the will." Susie Nash has said there was only one will when her father's estate plan was done in 1995 and everyone involved knew about it.In her June 11 written statement to police, Melanie Nash wrote that she met up with others to go to the cemetery to go dig up her father's grave. Four people have been indicted in the case.She wrote: "All this was done for the right reasons and I know my father would be OK with it."She ended her statement with: "What we all did was to dig up my father's coffin, Eddie Nash, looking for documents. We did it with respect."Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWS
Woman says she dug up dad's grave 'with respect' Blackfoot Morning Enterprises partners with local entrepreneurs2014-10-19T20:25:10-04:002014-10-19T20:25:10-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsFour Pocatello entrepreneurs: brothers Joe and Ruben Arzola and husband and wife Rory and Jennifer (Jen) Erchul have developed a golf training aid called the "Chute Trainer." It is a simple, parachute-like device that attaches to a golf club. Its use strengthens fast twitch muscles vital to a golf swing through wind resistance."The Chuter Trainer is perfect for any ability, age or gender," said Joe. "It doesn't matter if you're a pro, amateur, young or old golfer...this product will improve your game and take strokes off your score."Blackfoot, IDLISA LETEDawn Enterprises partners with local entrepreneursBlackfoot Morning accused of 'mopping aggressively' 2014-10-19T13:59:37-04:002014-10-19T13:38:33-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsPolice say 30-year-old John Thornton, of Southington, was arrested Monday night and charged with breach of peace and threatening.Officers responding to the Bristol hotel were told a man had become "unruly," grabbed the mop and swept it back and forth over the woman's shoes. When the employee asked the man to stop, police say he turned his back and pushed her into a corner. Police say the woman was shaken and crying.Authorities say Thornton insulted and swore at officers during the arrest, threatening them with bodily harm.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWSMan accused of 'mopping aggressively' Blackfoot Morning Turtle-masked teen accused of store robbery 2014-10-18T13:38:17-04:002014-10-18T13:36:59-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsA Louisiana teen is behind bars after police say he donned a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle mask and used a stick wrapped in plastic to rob a convenience store Thursday morning.Lafayette police say 18-year-old Lacorrion Detron Turner is charged with first-degree robbery. Police say he was able to force his way behind the counter with the stick. He then tried -- and failed -- to open the register.Police say Turner fled on foot after taking two wallets from underneath the counter.Officers arrested Turner a short time later.It was unclear whether he has an attorney.Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWSNinja Turtle-masked teen accused of store robbery Blackfoot Morning's design wins national contest2014-10-18T01:41:19-04:002014-10-18T01:41:19-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning News A new insignia designed for the Bingham County Sheriff’s Office has won the first place in the contest sponsored by “Law and Order-- The Magazine for Police Management.”This design won first place for sheriff offices with over 25 deputies, east and west.“We won nationally,” said Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland.Bingham County Sheriff’s Sgt. David Johnson and his wife, Lori, designed the insignia.“The sheriff wanted to have something that represents what the county means to us,” said Johnson. “I chose a flag and eagle.For more on this story, turn to our print or e-editions.Blackfoot, IDLESLIE MIELKEDeputy's design wins national contestBlackfoot Morning The Top Halloween Costumes Everyone Will Be Wearing In 20142014-10-17T18:07:14-04:002014-10-17T18:07:14-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsBlackfoot, IDNo author availableVIDEO: The Top Halloween Costumes Everyone Will Be Wearing In 2014Blackfoot Morning
Travelers can't find out-of-the-way Hawaii airport 2014-10-17T13:46:14-04:002014-10-17T13:33:59-04:00Copyright 2010 Blackfoot Morning NewsMokulele Airlines is the first commercial airline to offer service out of a west Oahu airport that's at a former naval air station. On July 1, the airline began offering three roundtrip flights a day to Kahului, Maui, out of the Kalaeloa Airport."We've had a lot of no-shows because people miss the flight because they can't find the airport," said CEO Ron Hansen.There's no airport sign on the freeway, and the road to the airport has a series of merges and turns through some unpopulated areas.Despite the lack of signs, the airline has decided to add more flights from Kalaeloa, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported Monday. Next week, Mokulele plans to begin three daily round trips between Kalaeloa and Hoolehua, Molokai, and two daily round trips between Kalaeloa and Kapalua, Maui."We've asked the (state Department of Transportation) to put up the normal signs that occur all over the 50 states, and they've yet to do that," Hansen said. "We've asked and asked and asked. We've even put up little signs ourselves — like campaign signs— but the community takes them down because they're not approved."The transportation department is working with the city and county and other state agencies to post signs, said Ross Higashi, deputy director of airports.Hansen said if the state fails to follow through with the signs, Mokulele Airlines might have to pull out of service at the airport."We invest a lot of money in these flights — a considerable amount of money — and it's like we're playing with one hand tied behind our back," he said. "When people can't find the airport, how do you expect an airline to survive? We just hope the state does its part."Blackfoot, IDMORNING NEWS
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