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Jul 16th, 2013 | By


Jul 16th, 2013 | By

POCATELLO — Pocatello police are looking for two men after the Maverik store on East Alameda Road was robbed and the store clerk was battered. According to a police report, just after 5 a.m. on Sunday, two men entered the Maverik Country Store at 855 E. Alameda Road and ordered the clerk to give them
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Biggest Show in Idaho Schedule

Jul 2nd, 2013 | By


Area business cleans cars to thank officers

Jun 18th, 2013 | By
On The Spot Cleaning & Restoration employees and their family members worked together to detail 50 patrol cars on Wednesday to thank local officers for their services. KENDRA EVENSEN / IDAHO STATE JOURNAL

BY KENDRA EVENSEN kevensen@journalnet.com BLACKFOOT — Law enforcement officials have a tough job when it comes to keeping the streets clean, and a local business decided to honor them for their efforts recently by keeping their patrol vehicles clean.   On The Spot Cleaning & Restoration thanked the Blackfoot Police Department, Bingham County Sheriff’s Office
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Open house set June 1 for new Cafe Dolce

May 28th, 2013 | By

POCATELLO — The Magic Bean coffee shop and Scream N’ Cone have merged and are now located at 3318 Pole Line Road with a new name. The owners of the new Cafe Dolce will be hosting a grand opening celebration and open house on Saturday, June 1, from 3-8 p.m. in the outside patio area.
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3 local men inducted into Horseman Hall of Fame

May 28th, 2013 | By

BY KENDRA EVENSEN KEVENSEN@JOURNALNET.COM Bancroft resident Evan McLain didn’t let a little thing like a 900-pound bull — which landed on him and broke a bone in his leg and tore up the ligaments around his ankle — keep him from attending his induction ceremony for the Eastern Idaho Horseman Hall of Fame recently. In
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Small business federal support may suffer

May 28th, 2013 | By

BY DAVE GOINS FOR THE JOURNAL BOISE — An Obama administration political appointee at the U.S. Small Business Administration recently said this year’s across-the-board federal budget cuts are, “not what we need right now,” at the SBA. With the federal budget sequestration requirements that took effect March 1, the SBA’s fiscal year 2013 budget was
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Awakening: Yellowstone National Park wildlife springs into action

May 24th, 2013 | By

STORY AND PHOTOS BY BEN PIERCE BOZEMAN CHRONICLE Take a drive along the Grand Loop Road this spring and you can sense the urgency among the park’s wildlife species. Around every bend and turn in the road it seems is another large mammal digging, grazing and foraging on Yellowstone’s seasonal abundance. Near the Gibbon River
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Celebrate historic Chesterfield

May 24th, 2013 | By
The Chesterfield townsite, near the city of Bancroft, is shown.

BY JODEANE ALBRIGHT JALBRIGHT@JOURNALNET.COM CHESTERFIELD — Historic Chesterfield Memorial Day celebration will be Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This townsite is near the city of Bancroft. Visitors can tour the restored meeting house, livery stable, brick homes and log cabins as well as community buildings of the Mormon pioneer settlers here. The day
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LYNCH FINISHES CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL JEWELER TRAINING

May 17th, 2013 | By

POCATELLO — Jensen Jewelers employee Bryan Lynch recently completed training to become a certified professional jeweler, according to a news release. Lynch, who works at 1875 Hurley Drive, received such certification by enrolling in an 11-week “Certified Professional Jeweler” course. Through his studies, Lynch was trained in all product areas of the jewelry industry, including
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