BLACKFOOT – The Bingham County Planning and Zoning Commission met on Wednesday evening for a meeting that would finish in the future after multiple agenda items sent those involved home after midnight.
BLACKFOOT — Premier Technology Inc. announces their first annual Welding Tryout set for April 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be held at Premier Technology’s facility, 1858 W. Bridge St. in Blackfoot.
On April 13, 2021, 9-1-1 Dispatcher Layton Powell received a call reporting a female with difficulty breathing. During the course of the call it was determined the female was unconscious and agonal breathing. At that time Powell began instructing the caller in performing CPR. Powell was calm…
BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot City Council held a special meeting Tuesday afternoon to discuss and make a decision on the potential purchase of the Nonpareil Administration building for a total of $950,000.
BLACKFOOT – Spring has sprung and with the fluctuating weather that sometimes makes Mother Nature appear bipolar, the time has come for those who have stored a camp trailer, boat, RV, or any other item at the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds to be collected by their owners so the crews can be…
In communities neighboring Idaho Falls and Blackfoot, people will have a new place to seek urgent care.
FIRTH – The Firth School Board met on Thursday evening to discuss the road ahead for the remainder of the school year as well as plans to seek a plant facilities levy in place of their supplemental levy.
BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Tuesday evening to discuss important pieces of their restructuring of the city zoning map as well as updates surrounding the comprehensive plan.
BLACKFOOT – It is always a pleasure when the opportunity presents itself to honor a student that seeks out a chance to extend their athletic career by finding a school that not only offers the sport, but also financial aid that allows for a student to not only play their sport, but also gain…
THOMAS – Just when the Snake River Panthers seemed to get things lined out, the Kimberly Bulldogs came to town and took the Panthers to task in a sweep of a prep baseball doubleheader.
BLACKFOOT – On Thursday, the Blackfoot Broncos came from behind to claim a 10-9 win over the Hillcrest Knights in what was supposed to be the first game of a doubleheader and ended up being a single game partially due to high winds and the game running long.
RIGBY – The only word that comes to mind when thinking of the pitching performance by Joel Simmons of Rigby last Thursday is “brilliant.” That is how the coaching staff of Rigby referred to the no-hitter thrown by Simmons against the Shelley Russets.
FIRTH – The top of the lineup for the Firth Cougars has been set for a while, and with the five speedy rabbits fueling things, why wouldn’t it be? Gage Vasquez, Sam Park, Alex Vasquez, Nathan Park, and Burton Park all have speed galore and stealing bases to add to the offense is really a no-…
KIMBERLY – It is never easy to make the trip to the Twin Falls area and play any sport. On Saturday, the Snake River Lady Panthers made that trip for a friendly, inter-conference game with the Kimberly Lady Bulldogs and came away with a nice 8-4 win.
THOMAS – Anytime a graduating senior is awarded a scholarship to a school, especially if the school has been on their dream list for a number of years, the event is special.
BLACKFOOT – Powered by a home run from center fielder Stryker Wood and a strong five-inning stint on the mound from Candon Dahle, the Blackfoot Broncos stifled a comeback bid from the Hillcrest Knights for a 10-9 High Country Conference baseball win on Thursday.