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    July 29, 2014

    Blackfoot mayor discusses proposed budge...

    By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com BLACKFOOT — Although the city budget won’t be finalized until next month, Blackfoot Mayor Paul Loomis sa...
  • The annual Rollin’ For A Cause car and motorcycle ride will take place on Aug. 2. SUBMITTED PHOTO
    July 25, 2014

    Event to benefit people with Type 1 diab...

    By Journal Staff The fourth annual Rollin’ For A Cause event that benefits people with Type 1 diabetes will take place on Aug. 2. The event will kic...
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    July 25, 2014

    Little Buckaroo Rodeo set Aug. 1 and 2

    By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com FIRTH — It’s time for young cowboys and cowgirls to start practicing their chicken chasing, sheep riding...
  • The new Miss Idaho, Sierra Sandison, and Katelyn Strobel, left, third runner-up, Kalie Wright, first runner-up, and Kaitlyn Anderson, second runner-up, all have ties to Southeast Idaho. Megan Wilson, fourth runner-up, is also pictured. Photos by Susan Hessing Photography.
    July 24, 2014

    Award-winning women

    By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com Young women with Southeast Idaho ties proved their abilities in style, service, scholarship and success as t...
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    July 16, 2014

    Reacting to mishap with pingpong ball dr...

    By Journal Staff BLACKFOOT — Pingpong balls rained down on Interstate 15 north of Blackfoot last Saturday when an annual giveaway event for Blackfoo...
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Blackfoot mayor discusses proposed budget, tax increase

By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com BLACKFOOT — Although the city budget won’t be finalized until next month, Blackfoot Mayor Paul Loomis said he is already anticipating the need to use $1.4…

Firth’s Jackson Thompson (11) attempts to stiff-arm West Side’s Matt Turnbow during a game Nov. 16, 2013 in Holt Arena.

Football is almost here

BY KYLE FRANKO kfranko@journalnet.com Idaho State football opens its fall camp in six days, and high schools pick up quickly after that. So emerge from the darkness and walk back…

Fort Hall man faces up to life in prison

POCATELLO — A Fort Hall man is facing up to life in prison for felony driving under the influence because a charge accusing him of being a persistent violator leveled…

Blackfoot woman killed in Oregon wreck

BY JOURNAL STAFF BAKER CITY, Oregon — A 60-year-old Blackfoot woman is dead and her husband and son suffered potentially life threatening injuries after their family’s pickup truck struck an…

The annual Rollin’ For A Cause car and motorcycle ride will take place on Aug. 2. SUBMITTED PHOTO

Event to benefit people with Type 1 diabetes

By Journal Staff The fourth annual Rollin’ For A Cause event that benefits people with Type 1 diabetes will take place on Aug. 2. The event will kick off with…

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Little Buckaroo Rodeo set Aug. 1 and 2

By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com FIRTH — It’s time for young cowboys and cowgirls to start practicing their chicken chasing, sheep riding and barrel racing skills for the 49th annual Little…

The new Miss Idaho, Sierra Sandison, and Katelyn Strobel, left, third runner-up, Kalie Wright, first runner-up, and Kaitlyn Anderson, second runner-up, all have ties to Southeast Idaho. Megan Wilson, fourth runner-up, is also pictured. Photos by Susan Hessing Photography.

Award-winning women

By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com Young women with Southeast Idaho ties proved their abilities in style, service, scholarship and success as they dominated the recent Miss Idaho pageant. Sierra Sandison, a…

Six rescued after getting stuck near canal diversion

By Journal Staff Bingham County Search and Rescue assisted six people over the weekend after they became stranded at the diversion area to a major canal on 200 North, near…

Blackfoot firefighters respond to vehicle fire

By Journal Staff BLACKFOOT — Blackfoot firefighters responded to a vehicle fire on I-15 on Wednesday afternoon. Lt. Dave Goodwin with the Blackfoot Fire Department said a northbound pickup truck…

Lightning causes more fires

By Kendra Evensen kevensen@journalnet.com Lightning has led to several new fires this week while others continue to burn. The Flat Iron Fire discovered on Tuesday is burning on the Fort…