THOMAS – Jana McBride has been teaching drama at Snake River High School for nearly five years. Now she has been named Idaho’s Drama Teacher of the Year.

BLACKFOOT – A recalcitrant Juan Santos-Quintero Jr. has refused for the second time in Bingham County 7th District Court to admit that he is responsible for damages resulting from his standoff with law enforcement officers at a home near Firth over a year ago during which a Bingham County Sh…

BLACKFOOT – The Groveland Water and Sewer District (GWSD) and the City of Blackfoot face off for the first time inside a courtroom in a hearing scheduled today at 9:30 a.m.

BLACKFOOT – Following a public hearing Wednesday night, the Bingham County Planning and Zoning Commission voted to table a decision on whether to recommend that the county commissioners approve or deny a zone change on a small tract of land near Riverside

DRIGGS – The Firth Cougars boys’ soccer team had its best season ever this year, compiling a record of 5-5-2 on the season, the two ties coming at the hands of Snake River who has a good chance of making the state tournament.

THOMAS – It wasn’t easy and it definitely wasn’t pretty, but the Snake River Lady Panthers did what was needed on Thursday night, which was also senior night for six valuable players to the volleyball program.

FIRTH – It was a case of another match, another lopsided win for the Firth Lady Cougars, who had plenty on their minds this past Thursday, but it appears that nothing can stand in the way of this volleyball freight train that is simply plowing its way through the opposition of the Nuclear Co…

BLACKFOOT – In what has been rumored to be the final “Buck Bowl,” a match-up between Blackfoot and Madison and the two head coaches — brothers Stan and Mitch Buck — turned out to be one whale of a football game.

BLACKFOOT – Interestingly enough, the only team ranked among the state's football teams is Blackfoot, and they are ranked fifth behind four western school. Sounds a bit fishy doesn't it?

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