BLACKFOOT — Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho) returned to his home base last Wednesday and boosted the Columbia Basin Initiative in a lunchtime appearance in front of members of the Greater Blackfoot Area Chamber of Commerce.
FORT HALL — U.S. Marine Capt. Anneliese Satz, a descendant of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes and the first woman to fly F-35B jets in the Marine Corps, was honored by the Tribes for her service.
BLACKFOOT — After months of anticipation, the new McDonald’s fast food restaurant opened at 1275 Parkway Dr. Thursday, giving local residents their McDonald’s “fry fix” without having to leave town.
BLACKFOOT – With the surge of COVID-19 cases in East Idaho, a common theme has emerged: more people are getting more severe symptoms and the Delta variant is taking a toll on hospital resources not only locally, but nationwide.
BLACKFOOT – Bingham Healthcare announced Monday that David M. Sisul, MD, urologist, has been designated as a Center of Excellence for GreenLight™ Laser Therapy treatment — a minimally invasive outpatient procedure for men looking to treat their benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), not just th…
POCATELLO — Blackfoot artist Ken Spencer’s work adorns a number of temples for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in various places of the world.
BLACKFOOT – The Lady Broncos of Blackfoot got together with the Lady Knights from Hillcrest on Wednesday evening for a game of soccer under the lights at Bronco Stadium on the campus of Blackfoot high School.
IDAHO FALLS – It was an expected tight match between the Skyline Grizzlies and the Blackfoot Broncos on Thursday evening as the two teams met to try and settle the logjam at the top of the High Country Conference standings in boys’ soccer.
IDAHO FALLS – The Blackfoot Broncos, fresh from a win over local rival Snake River, opened play in the High Country Conference on Friday night by visiting Ravsten Stadium in Idaho Falls to take on the Skyline Grizzlies.
BLACKFOOT — Local cross country teams scattered like the wind as Shelley, Blackfoot, Snake River, Firth and Aberdeen all headed in different directions to participate this week.
FIRTH – The Firth Cougars have been playing the South Fremont Cougars for what seems like forever. They always seem to appear on the schedule for Firth and they always seem to win the game whether it is played in Firth or in St. Anthony.
TWIN FALLS – Don’t look now football fans, but for the first time since they moved into the 4A classification, the Shelley Russets are 4-0, thanks to a drubbing of the Canyon Ridge Riverhawks Friday night.
BLACKFOOT – Just about a year ago, Snake River cross country runner Kierra Jensen announced her plans to attend Southwestern College in Kansas, becoming a member of the Moundbuilders.
BLACKFOOT – The latest high school football poll has been released and while there has been a lot of shuffling among the 4A schools, the rest of the classifications look remarkably the same as they did a week ago.