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Chamber buys ads backing Simpson n FEC filings show Simpson leads in fundraising, spending and outside ad buys B Y BRYAN CLARK

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is spending another $250,000 for online and television advertising in support of incumbent Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson. That disclosure came Thursday, the same day Club for Growth — a conservative political action committee backing Simpson opponent Bryan Smith — reported Simpson spending $107,000 on ads attacking Simpson. A Chamber ad, which began airing Wednesday and will continue through May 13, features Republican Mitt Romney endorsing Smith Simpson. Club for Growth did not disclose when its latest ads will begin airing. The group plans radio and television advertising, as well as an online presence. The latest spending push comes as the Smith campaign attempts to close a fundraising gap in the Second Congressional District race. As of March 31, Simpson reported $872,338 in his campaign war chest, nearly double

Some see Idaho Falls housing market on the rise Some see Idaho Falls housing market on the rise INSIDE


When Bob Skinner heard rumblings about a housing market on the rise, he decided the time was right to make his move. “I think now’s the time to jump,” Skinner said. “I think interest rates are going to go back up.” Skinner has experience in the housing market. He said he has bought and sold five houses in the past 30 years. Today, Skinner and his wife own a five-bedroom in Idaho Falls. But with their children grown, the “empty-nesters” are looking to sell the house and move into something smaller. Whether the local housing market really has turned the corner on the recession, however, seems to be

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a matter of opinion. Some real estate buyers and sellers, such as Skinner, believe local housing sales are ready to take off. Others are more cautious in their assessments.

Slow crawl to recovery Brian Thompson, associate broker for Voigt Davis Realtors and president of the Greater Idaho Falls Association of Realtors, said he’s seeing an increased interest in buying and selling homes. Most of that interest seems to be in properties selling in

the $100,000 to $200,000 price range, he said. “The bleeding has definitely stopped,” Thompson said. But given the large crater created by the local housing market collapse, Thompson said recovery in the Idaho Falls area is a slow crawl back. While housing markets in Western cities such as Denver are described as “hot,” Thompson said conditions are closer to “warm” in the Idaho Falls area. “Warm feels pretty good right now compared to where we have been,” he said. A rebounding overall economy is helping, Thompson said, with homen After the Great Recession, home buyers face stiffer lending requirements HOUSING, Continued on Page A6

n Smith has received substantial support from Club for Growth SUPPORT, Continued on Page A6

“I think now’s the time to

Bob Skinner, having been involved with the housing market as both a buyer and seller over the years, said he believes market conditions favor buyers at the moment. Pat Sutphin / BOB SKINNER Bob Skinner packs homeowner up his five-bedroom home in anticipation of selling the home and moving into a smallPat Sutphin er residence.

Decision on Snake River teacher is expected on Monday

jump. I think interest rates are going to go back up.”


The Snake River School District 52 school board is expected to announce its decision Monday regarding the fate of embattled science teacher Elaine Asmus. Asmus Asmus, who has taught science at Snake River High School for 28 years, is facing dismissal.

n A due process hearing for Asmus was opened to the public TEACHER, Continued on Page A5

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birthdays Former race car driver Al Unser Jr. is 52. Actress Ashley Judd is 46. Actress Jennifer Taylor is 42. Actor James Franco is 36. Actress Kate Hudson is 35. Actor Hayden Christensen is 33. Actress Catalina Sandino Moreno is 33. Roots rock musician Steve Johnson (Alabama Shakes) is 29. Actor Courtland Mead is 27. Tennis player Maria Sharapova is 27.

Issac Asimovâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Super Quiz


Subject: PLAYS Complete the title with one word, then name the author. (e.g., â&#x20AC;&#x153;Much Ado About ___â&#x20AC;?; W.S. Answer: Nothing; William Shakespeare.)

Dead authorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s book sales soar NEW YORK (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; The death of Gabriel Garcia Marquez has brought his classic â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Hundred Years of Solitudeâ&#x20AC;? to the top of best seller lists. Marquez The novel known for its â&#x20AC;&#x153;magic realismâ&#x20AC;? was No. 1 on on Friday, a day after Garcia Marquez died at age 87. The

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Nobel laureateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most famous book was No. 3 on Barnesand â&#x20AC;&#x153;One Hundred Years of Solitudeâ&#x20AC;? has sold tens of millions of copies worldwide since coming out in the 1960s. Other Garcia Marquez books selling well Friday include â&#x20AC;&#x153;Love In the Time of Choleraâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Chronicle of a Death Foretold.â&#x20AC;? Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos reacted to the news with this statement: â&#x20AC;&#x153;A thousand years of loneliness and sadness for the death of the greatest Colombian of all time!â&#x20AC;?

FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Arms and the ___â&#x20AC;?; G.B.S. 2. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Barefoot in the ___â&#x20AC;?; N.S. 3. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Blithe ___â&#x20AC;?; N.C. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peter ___â&#x20AC;?; J.M.B. 5. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Importance of Being ___â&#x20AC;?; O.W. 6. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Afraid of Virginia ___?â&#x20AC;?; E.A. PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Waiting for ___â&#x20AC;?; S.B. 8. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Cherry ___â&#x20AC;?; A.C. 9. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Birthday ___â&#x20AC;?; H.P.

Chris Brown trial date set for Monday WASHINGTON (AP) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; A judge has set Monday as the start date for the assault trial of singer Chris Brown in the nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s capital. During a brief court appearance Friday in which he wore a suit and tie, Brown turned to wave and salute supporters in the courtroom including his mother and the rapper Bow Wow. The case that begins Monday is significant for the Grammy winner not only because he faces up to six months in jail but also because if convicted he could face additional penalties, including jail time, as a result of an earlier case from California. At the time he was arrested in Washington, Brown was on probation in Los Angeles for an attack on his then-girlfriend, the singer Rihanna, in 2009. Brown entered anger management rehab at a California facility shortly after his Washington arrest, but he was dismissed from it in mid-March for violating its rules. He was then jailed and has been in custody since. Besides giving Brown a trial date Friday, D.C. Superior Court Judge Patricia Wynn had been expected to rule in the assault trial of Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bodyguard, Christopher Hollosy. But Wynn delayed giving her verdict, saying she needed more time before ruling. That is expected Monday, followed by the start of Brownâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s trial.

SCORING: 18 points â&#x20AC;&#x201D; congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points â&#x20AC;&#x201D; honors graduate; 10 to 14 points â&#x20AC;&#x201D; youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points â&#x20AC;&#x201D; you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points â&#x20AC;&#x201D; enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points â&#x20AC;&#x201D; who reads the questions to you?

ANSWERS: 1. 1. Man; George Bernard Shaw; 2. Park; Neil Simon; 3. Spirit; Noel Coward; 4. Pan; J.M. Barrie; 5. Earnest; Oscar Wilde; 6. Woolf; Edward Albee; 7. Godot; Samuel Beckett; 8. Orchard; Anton Chekhov; 9. Party; Harold Pinter.

in history Today is Saturday, April 19, the 109th day of 2014. There are 256 days left in the year. In 1989, 47 sailors were killed when a gun turret exploded aboard the USS Iowa in the Caribbean. (The Navy initially suspected that a dead crew member, Clayton Hartwig, had deliberately sparked the blast, but later said there was no proof of that.)

In 1993, the 51-day siege at the Branch Davidian compound QHDU:DFR7H[DVHQGHGDVĂ&#x;UH destroyed the structure after federal agents began smashing their way in; dozens of people, including sect leader David Koresh, were killed. In 1994, a Los Angeles jury awarded $3.8 million to beaten motorist Rodney King. The Supreme Court, 6-3, outlawed the practice of excluding people from juries because of their gender.

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Rule change bolsters checks on backgrounds n State Health and Welfare registry to be made available B y ZACH KYLE Idaho Statesman

BOISE — Jana Kemp was screening volunteers for a local nonprofit that serves children three years ago when she ran into what she considered a fixable problem. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare maintains a registry with the names of residents with reports of abuse, neglect or abandonment of children, the elderly and those with developmental disabilities. Those reports are substantiated, in most cases, by physical or medical evidence. Kemp, a former Republican state senator from Garden City and one-time independent candidate for governor, saw the registry as a tool that businesses, schools and nonprofits should access as part of standard background checks. But access to the information was limited to the department and certain groups requiring Health and Welfare licenses, leaving the 14,000 names on the registry off limits to groups such as the Boy Scouts of America, school districts or youth sports leagues. Kemp worked with Health and Welfare attorney Robert Luce to draft a rule change to chip away at that confidentiality. The proposal passed the Legislature earlier this year and becomes law July 1. The ability to cross-reference a person’s criminal history with the registry will help businesses and youth organizations keep children safe, Kemp said. It also will help protect organizations from lawsuits by preventing abuse cases through better screening. “I don’t want a kid in an examining room with

somebody not background-checked to include Health and Welfare’s registry,” Kemp said. “Just because you passed a criminal background check doesn’t mean you would pass that. It’s an added level of protection.” That added protection soon will be available to employers and youth organizations. Employers won’t be able to access the registry themselves, Health and Welfare spokesman Tom Shanahan said. But Idahoans, for a $20 fee, can request the department to release a form stating whether they are listed on the registry. So, employers can require applicants to provide the documentation during job screening, a cross-check against the already standard criminal background check. “We think there’s value to the rule change,” Shanahan said. “The fingerprint test in the criminal background check looked at the most serious activity. But sometimes there are substantiated cases of abuse but there’s never been any criminal record. This will be very helpful to the Boy Scouts, coaches and just about any organizations who have contact with children.” The challenge now, Kemp said, is informing stakeholder groups a new background check tool is available to them. “At this point, the education hasn’t happened,” she said. “Nobody knows the change has happened. Nobody knows they need to access the registry to protect themselves and their companies from a liability perspective.” Meridian School District spokesman Eric Exline said he wasn’t aware of the rule change. He said the district would evaluate the rule before determining whether it would require applicants to provide registry reports.

‘Operation Lifesaver’ stresses car-train safety B y ALI TADAYON

Bonneville County Sheriff’s deputies, Idaho Falls Police officers and Idaho State Police troopers will join forces Monday for “Operation Lifesaver.” Officers from all three agencies will be stationed at various highway-railroad intersections along U.S. Highway 91, from Pocatello up to Idaho Falls. The idea is to make motorists more aware of the potential dangers at railroad crossings. According to an Idaho State Police news release, one officer will ride in the lead engine of a train to serve as a “spotter,” observing driving behavior as motorists approach highway-rail intersections. During 2013, there were 19 train-car collisions and four pedestrian incidents throughout Idaho that resulted in eight fatalities and five injuries, the release said. “This isn’t an exercise in ticket writing,” ISP Lt. Chris Weadick said. “We really reserve our violations for the most flagrant violations. Our goal isn’t to give out a bunch of citations, it’s to educate the public about train-car safety.” Some officers will be parked in locations near the railroad crossings.

When the officer on the train sees a motorist commit an infraction, he calls one of parked officers to pull the motorist over, explain the dangers of his or her actions and possibly issue a citation. Weadick, a spokesman for Idaho State Police District 6, said possible citations include failure to stop at a railroad crossing, failure to stop when a crossing signal’s red lights are flashing and inattentive driving. All are classified as hazardous moving violations, punishable by a fine of $90. Additionally, a conviction could jeopardize a driver’s license status through a loss of points and possibly lead to an increase in auto insurance premiums. Local law enforcement agencies have participated in the “officer on a train program” since 1990. Union Pacific Railroad will provide the engine for Monday’s enforcement action. The Department of Transportation donated money to pay for the increased enforcement. “There’s no room for error when it comes to vehicle and train crossing,” Weadick said. “If we can prevent risky driving and accidents on the front end, we can prevent traincar fatalities.”

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Sydney Cooper, left, and sister, Taylor, examine a grizzly bear pelt Friday at the Edwards Grand Teton Stadium 14 Cinemas in Idaho Falls. The two girls had just finished seeing the movie “Bears” with their mom, Stacy Cooper. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game will remain at the theater today and Sunday.

Bears in the lobby Bears invade Edwards Cinema, and not just on the screen n Exhibit features fully preserved bears, as well as a pelt and skulls B y NATHAN DAVIS

There was no doubt in the mind of Stacy Cooper that her daughters would enjoy watching the Disney Nature Films movie,“Bears.” What she didn’t anticipate was how much they would enjoy an informational display about bears they found in the lobby of the Edwards Grant Teton Stadium 14, where the movie is playing. “This whole exhibit is great, especially for the kids,” Cooper said. “They got to see what a bear looks like up close and see how big they are — they really enjoyed that.” Volunteer Ken Olson was manning the Idaho Department of Fish and Game exhibit Friday afternoon. Olson has traveled with the exhibit for the past four years. He brings the display to schools and fairs — and now, for the first time, the lobby of a movie theater. “It’s an educational tool,” Olson said. “We want to teach people about bears and show them a little bit of bear safety. We give them facts about the different kinds of bears in our area and show them some tips for being safe in bear country.” The exhibit features fully preserved bears, as well as a bear pelt, skulls and a life-sized cut-out of a grizzly. There also were several examples of bear spray and different bearproof storage items for campers. A Fish and Game trailer outside the theater at 2707 South 25th East featured more bear facts and safety tips. The lobby exhibit and trailer will remain at the theater today and Sunday. “It’s been great so far, we were set up and ready to go when the “Bears” movie ended,” Olson said Friday. “We had people here looking at everything almost as soon as we were done setting up.” As people waited in line, Olson and other volunteers explained the differences between grizzly bears and black bears. “I tell people, if you spend a lot of time out-

doors, bears have probably seen you, you just haven’t seen them. So it’s important to know about them and how to be safe,” Olson said. Cooper was glad her daughters were able to learn about bears while having some fun at the

same time. “This was a really nice day out for us,” she said. “The girls loved the movie and they really love bears, so they were excited to see everything set up when we came out of the theater.” Sydney, 4, and Taylor, 5, seemed to agree.

Taylor was excited to get a close-up look at a bear. “I liked standing next to the big bear,” she said. “He is really tall and it was cool seeing his teeth.” Nathan Davis can reached at 542-6762.


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The Idaho Department of Labor is sponsoring a series of workshops for businesses and job seekers on the legal issues surrounding social media in the workplace. Business owners can attend the free “WorkingSocial” workshop from 8 a.m. to noon Wednesday at the Idaho Falls Labor office, 1515 E. Lincoln Road. A workshop for job seekers is scheduled from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Idaho Falls office. At the business workshops, Lisa McGrath, president of new media law firm lisa mcgrath llc, and Justin Foster, co-founder of and creator of SlideKlowd, a cloud-based presentation platform, will discuss the legalities of using social media to find employees, conduct background checks, manag-

ing account ownership and ensuring company social media policies comply with the Fair Labor Standards Act, according to a department news release. For job seekers, McGrath and Foster will offer tips for using social media to find work and examine job seekers’ rights surrounding social media in the workplace, as well as the technical aspects of maintaining professional and personal profiles, the release said. Additionally, a local panel of businesses, human resource professionals and job seekers will share best practices for using social media to find employees, find a job and manage social media use in the workplace. Space is limited. For information and to register, go to WorkingSocial.

Idaho unemployment rate drops in March n The national rate was 6.7 percent in March BOISE (AP) — Idaho's unemployment rate dropped a tenth of a percentage point in March to 5.2 percent, the lowest rate in 5 1/2 years. The Idaho Department of Labor in a news statement on Friday said it's the eighth straight monthly decline. The agency says unemployment has fallen 11/3 percentage points in a year, and that more than

11,000 people had jobs in March compared to March 2013. Construction led the way with the strongest job growth between February and March as the state continues recovering from the bursting of the housing bubble. The national unemployment rate was 6.7 percent in March, unchanged from February. The state agency said Idaho's unemployment rate has been below the national rate for more than 12 years.









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Assessor Kathy Thompson faces appraiser Bruce Hill in Fremont EDITOR’S NOTE: The Post Register will preview contested races for countywide offices within its coverage area prior to the May 20 primary. B y ALI TADAYON

Incumbent Fremont County Assessor Kathy Thompson faces a May primary challenge from county appraiser Bruce Hill. Both candidates are Republicans from St. Anthony and lifelong Fremont County residents. No Democrats are seeking the four-year position, meaning the winner of the May 20 contest will take office in 2015. A county assessor is responsible for determining property values. Hill and Thompson both said they will strive to fairly represent the people of Fremont County. However, the two bring different backgrounds to the table. Thompson, who has served two terms as assessor, said that experience makes her the best candi-

date for the job. “I have worked in the … office for a long time,” Thompson said. “I have done property reduction, valued homes, and everything else.” Before she was elected assessor in 2006, Thompson spent four years working in the county’s planning and building department. Thompson said her greatest accomplishment as assessor has been lowering property values 3 percent since 2011. “That’s a good thing because our economy is just now starting to come back,” she said. “Two years ago, properties weren’t selling. Now that the economy is beginning to recover properties are selling more smoothly.” Hill has worked in the Assessor’s Office for six years as an appraiser. He said his experience with agriculture business makes him the best candidate for the job. “I have a lot of experience with business and working with the public,” Hill said. “I was an assistant manager at C-A-L Ranch Stores in Rexburg. I’m familiar with the farm and ranch side of things,

Bruce Hill n Age: 66 n Marital Status: Married n Schooling: Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Business from Ricks College n Occupation: Farmer, retired n Years in County: 66


Kathy Thompson n Age: 64 n Marital status: Married n Schooling: South Fremont High School n Occupation: Fremont County Assessor n Years in county: 64

which I think is a big deal in a place like Fremont County.” If elected, Hill plans to represent everyone’s interests when determining property values. “I would like to treat all taxpayers fair and equitably,” Hill said. “I think I have the experience and local connections to do so.” Hill was injured in a 2011 accident at his farm when a large bale of straw fell on him. Initially, the


accident left him paralyzed. But with physical therapy, Hill said he’s now able to walk short distances. He said members of the local community helped him through his recovery and he wants to show his gratitude through his candidacy. “The people of Fremont County really supported me during my recovery,” Hill said. “I’d like to give back.”

Catch up on the Post Register’s already-published May 20 election preview stories. n Friday, Madison District 1: “Student challenges Kimber Ricks,” n Friday, Madison District 2: “Orr takes on Jon Weber in primary,” n Thursday, “Custer County District 2 commissioner faces challenge,” n Wednesday, “Two newcomers seek Bingham clerk position,” n Monday, “Idaho governor candidate spurns NRA questionnaire,” n Sunday, “Hancey facing challenge Nate,” n April 11, “Manwaring faces challenge in Bingham District 2,” n April 10, “Two-year Jefferson Commission seat up for grabs,” n April 10, “Secretary of state race gets crowded,” n April 9, “Three vie for Jefferson Commission seat,” n April 9, “Ysura reflects on years of service,” n April 8, “Three in GOP end campaigns before primary,” n April 3, “Candidates vie for district judge positions,”

Baxter faces primary challenge in Fremont County commission race EDITOR’S NOTE: The Post Register will preview contested races for countywide offices within its coverage area prior to the May 20 primary. B y NATHAN DAVIS

Incumbent Bill Baxter will face a challenge from political newcomer Terry McCulloch DeLong in the Fremont County District 1 Commissioner primary race May 20. Both candidates are Republicans. No Democrat is running for the position, meaning the winner of the May 20 primary will take office in 2015. DeLong, who manages a farm in Ashton and works part time at the Five County Detention and Youth Center in St. Anthony, said she lived much of her life in Fremont County and feels she has the qualities needed to help the county grow. “I am passionate about this area,” she said. “I”m energetic and work well with people and have a lot of life experience that I think would help me as

commissioner. I know how to work with people and that’s what’s important about this job.” Baxter said that he is experienced as a county commissioner and knows what it takes to fill the position. “Serving in 1992 really helped me gain some good experience,” Baxter said. “I moved onto other things after my term ended. When I retired from teaching full time, I felt I had a lot to offer. I want to use my past experience to help the county. I can hit the ground running in 2015.” One of the most important issues to DeLong is seeing the county grow while still protecting the resources in the area. “I want to see this area grow and move forward, without damaging our community,” she said. “A lot of our kids have to go to Rexburg, or Idaho Falls to find work. I’d like to see some growth here, but I don’t want the area to get oversaturated, and see people lose access to the great land which we have here.” Baxter, a part-time music teacher at Ashton Elementary School, served his first term in 1992, then stepped away from politics

Bill Baxter n Age: 69 n Marital Status: Widowed n Schooling: Bachelor’s degree in music education from Eastern Oregon University n Occupation: Part time music teacher at Ashton Elementary School Baxter n Years in county: 32

Terry McCulloch DeLong n Age: 60 n Marital status: Divorced n Schooling: Idaho State University bachelor’s degree in corporate training n Occupation: Farming and parttime at Five County Detention and Youth Center n Years in county: 31


to focus on teaching, before running for election in 2012 as a part-time teacher. While he agrees it is important to protect the resources of Fremont County while trying to promote growth inside the county, Baxter said he feels the county faces a more-pressing issue. “The new transfer station is all ready being built,” Baxter said. “An issue facing the county is figuring out what is to be done

with the old station. That ground needs to be covered, that’s going to take some time to do.” DeLong said she has the energy and work ethic to focus on handling multiple issues. “I know there are other issues that I would need to focus on,” she said. “I was raised on a farm, I am a hard worker and would give everything I can to making Fremont County an all-around better place.”

4); white club 8.21 (up 4); 11 percent winter 8.59-8.74 (down 4); 14 percent spring 8.78 (up 4); oats 270.00 (steady); NAMPA— New Crop: Soft white 11.00 cwt (up 13); 6.30 bushel (up 8); —— LIVESTOCK AUCTION — Producers Livestock Auction in Vale Ore., on Wednesday. Butcher cows 72.00-89.00;

heiferettes 91.00-115.00; heavy holstein steers 96.00-107.00; thin-shelly cows 55.00-71.00; butcher bulls 88.00118.00; steers: heavy 146.00-176.00, light 179.00-232.00, stocker 219.00265.00; heifers: heavy 149.00-163.00, light 164.00-203.00, stocker 188.00231.00; Remarks: Light calf market steady to higher. Butcher cows 3-4 lower; slaughter bulls steady to higher.

COMMODITIES GRAIN & LIVESTOCK POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) — Idaho Farm Bureau Intermountain Grain and Livestock Report for Thursday. The markets will be closed for Good Friday. POCATELLO — New Crop: White wheat 6.20 (up 10); 11.5 percent winter 7.07 (up 37); 14 percent spring 7.10

(up 20); hard white 7.07 (up 37); BURLEY — White wheat 6.13 (up 3); 11.5 percent winter 6.83 (up 3); 14 percent 6.88 (up 3); hard white 6.83 (up 3); barley 7.50 (steady); OGDEN — White wheat 6.37 (up 3); 11.5 percent winter 7.11 (up 4); 14 percent spring 7.48 (up 4); barley 9.10 (up 10); corn 10.07 (down 6); PORTLAND — Soft white 7.71 (up

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It is time to celebrate springtime. Today you can tackle a fun run, explore Yellowstone National Park or learn some gardening tips at a home fair.

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The Jefferson Education Foundation Spring Craft, Home and Garden Fair runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rigby High School, 3833 E. Rigby High Lane. There will be vendor booths, gardening seminars and more. An Easter egg hunt begins at 10:30 a.m. Admission is free.

The third annual Help Inc. Believe in the Blue Fun Run starts at 10 a.m. in Snake River Landing. Registration is at 9 a.m. at Bill’s Bike and Run. Participants can choose from a 5- or 10-kilometer run or a one-mile walk. Proceeds benefit Help Inc., a local child abuse prevention organization. Registration is $25 per individual or $75 per family. Visit www

‘Young at Art’ It’s your last opportunity to see “Young at Art,” open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho, 300 S. Capital Ave. The annual show features more than 500 works created by eastern Idaho students. Admission is free. Call 524-7777 or visit www.theart

Idaho STAR opener The Idaho STAR Spring Opener runs from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Action Motorsports, 1355 E. Lincoln Road. The motorcycle safety event will feature riding demonstrations, educational information and prize giveaways. Admission is free. Call 522-3050, visit www or

Free admission to national parks The National Park Service is celebrating National Park Week with free admission to all national parks and monuments today and Sunday. In our area, you can visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks and Craters of the Moon National Monument at no cost. For information, visit www

‘Race to the End of the Earth’ The Museum of Idaho presents “Race to the End of the Earth,” from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 200 N. Eastern Ave. The exhibit tells the story of two teams of explorers competing to be the first to reach the South Pole. There are historical photos and artifacts as well as hands-on activities. The exhibit is open through Sept. 1. Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for children and free for children 4 and younger. Call 522-1400 or visit www.museu

Local middle school students win history competition B y KIRSTEN JOHNSON

Ten local middle school students soon could be headed to Washington, D.C., as state winners in the National History Day in Idaho competition. The students, who competed in Caldwell last week, each received either first or second place and are junior-division national qualifiers. That means each has an opportunity to travel to the nation’s capital in June for the national competition. The annual competition showcases exhibits, performances, papers, documen-


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The board’s decision will be announced during a special 9 a.m. meeting at the district’s office, 103 South 900 West in Blackfoot. The meeting is open to the public. Board members accepted a recommendation Feb. 28 not to renew Asmus’ contract. The recommendation by the district’s attorney came after a formal complaint against Asmus was filed by Laura Gabrylczyk, wife of district Superintendent Mark Gabrylczyk. Laura Gabrylczyk and Asmus were involved in a heated argument in mid-January. Earlier this month, a due process hearing for Asmus was opened to the public. The hearing consumed 14 hours over two days, April

taries and websites made by students. This year’s contest theme was “Rights and Responsibilities.” Three Sandcreek Middle School students took first-place awards. Eighth-graders Cammy Kennedy and Christa Smith won top honors in “group exhibit” for their project on U.S. child labor laws. The students created a spinable exhibit emulating the outside of a factory-chimney, complete with pictures, quotes and other information, Sandcreek teacher Shanon Blosch said. Eighth-grader Alex Assante was awarded first-

place for “individual website.” His project featured cyberweapons — computer viruses and worms. Alex created a website with information about the first worm released in 1988. For his work, he also received Idaho Magazine’s Award for Excellence. Sandcreek eighth-grader Alajandra Chapa received second-place honors for “individual exhibit” for her child labor laws project. Rocky Mountain eighth-graders Chase Muckleroy, Kaden Christensen and Kaden Hammer won second-place honors

4 and 7, and featured testimony from witnesses that included teachers, retired teachers and former students. Opponents of Asmus described her as a bully who had harassed and intimidated fellow science teachers. Supporters contended Asmus never would bully anyone. Students and former students also rallied support for Asmus through social media, gathering more than 3,000 members in a private Facebook group. Former student Nathan Hammond started the Facebook group. “I think everything that came up in the hearing should have been handled in a different way,” he said. “I hope that everyone involved is ready to make an effort to move on from this.” Attorney Paul Stark, who represents Asmus,

said the facts presented at the hearing speak for themselves. “There are plenty of ways to solve these problems without having to resort to terminating a three-decade teacher,” he said. Efforts to reach a school district representative for comment Friday were unsuccessful.

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ambassador for Idaho. Teacher Jami McLing won Teacher of the Year for Idaho. According to Blosch, Blackfoot sixth-grader Jean Marie Blackman Harlow received a second-place for “individual performance.” Blosch also said Mountain View Middle School students Dylan Pope and Jace Jorgensen took firstplace for “group website.” Rocky Mountain eighth-graders Kelly Smith and Tylee Eck didn’t compete in the state competition. But they learned last month that their project —

a 10-minute documentary about William Tyndale and the Bible — will be published on the website of the Tyndale Society at Oxford. “They said they want to publish our work because they don’t get a lot of entries (from young people),” she said. “They like a younger perspective … It was quite a shock to hear. People who are a lot older than us study for years to get their information in that journal.” Reporter Kirsten Johnson can be reached at 542-6757.

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Madsen believes they are too strict. Madsen said leading up to the mortgage crisis, it was very easy to get a loan without showing much documentation of income. The new regulations have been implemented as a result, and the hoops are tougher to jump through. “To an extent, I think they are a good idea,” she said. “But there are some factors that really determine qualifying or not. They could be a really strong borrower. They could have qualified a couple months ago, but now they are under (the debt-to-income ratio) by 2 percent.”

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owners and potential homeowners feeling better about making such a large investment. Uncertainty over interest rates is also a factor.

Assessing interest rates Today’s rate of about 4.5 percent on a 30-year fixed mortgage loan remains appealing to many buyers, Thompson said. He believes interest rates only will move higher. By 2015, Thompson said some experts are forecasting mortgage interest rates to climb above 5 percent. Brandon Johnson, mortgage specialist for Bank of Idaho, said changes in interest rates are unpredictable. “They have stayed low for a long time,” Johnson said. “Hopefully, they stay put to fuel the fire of this purchase market.” In the aftermath of the Great Recession, Johnson said lenders and potential home buyers face stiffer lending requirements and regulations. Credit and debt-to-income guidelines, for example, have been tightened. However, Johnson said programs are available that can help, especially for first-time or low-income home buyers

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Bob Skinner packs up his five-bedroom home in anticipation of selling the home and moving into a smaller residence. where the buyer doesn’t need to put money down. “After the mortgage crisis, the public perception was that it was impossible to get a loan, or that you needed 20 percent down or 800 credit (score). There was such a huge deal made out of (the new regula-

tions) where people now think they could never get a loan,” Johnson said. “That’s just not the case.”

Tempering optimism Despite the optimism among real estate brokers, Tenille Madsen, a Zions

Bank loan officer in Idaho Falls, isn’t ready to celebrate. “We are definitely not recovered here,” she said. “They keep making it sound like we are back on track and the interest rates are going to rise, but I don’t foresee that. I don’t

think we have enough (recovery) in the area to pull away from the recession yet.” Madsen said all the new rules and regulations make it more difficult for her to issue home loans. While she understands the reason for the tougher guidelines,

Despite the varied opinions, Skinner is making plans to move into a smaller residence in Ammon. Having just spent time on the buyer’s market, he said he has a good idea of what to expect when he puts his house on the market around Memorial Day. He expects to list his home in the $100,000 to $200,000 range, a hot price point right now. “It’s a great time to buy,” Skinner said. “This house is made for a family. It has access to a swimming pool and tennis court. I see it selling in three to four months.” Reporter Aubrey Wieber can be reached at 542-6755.

Telephone scammers targeting Idaho Some homeowners still struggle B y AUBREY WIEBER

There has been a sharp rise in telephone scammers working to snare Idahoans. Robb Hicken, chief storyteller for the Better Business Bureau, said reports of scammers posing as everything from local police to debt collectors to FBI agents are increasing throughout Idaho. Recently, the IRS said taxpayers have been receiving calls from people impersonating IRS agents demanding payment. Recent immigrants are often targets for this scam, with callers threatening deportation. In each instance, the caller demands immediate payment and often will berate and threaten the victim. “We get a lot of those odd threats of arrest, and of course they are playing on peoples’ fears,” Hicken said. The bureau receives an average of three to five reports of fraudulent calls

per day in Idaho. In one of the scams, Hicken said the caller accuses whoever answers the phone of owing a fine for failing to show up for jury duty. Idaho Falls Police Department spokeswoman Joelyn Hansen said she has fielded calls from local residents who have received such calls. Rhonda Quintana, Bonneville civil clerk supervisor, said the county will “absolutely not” call when a juror misses jury duty. Rather, a hearing will be scheduled and a summons will be presented to the juror by a law enforcement officer. “The only time a fine is implemented is if the judge finds you in contempt and orders a fine,” Quintana said. So far, the scam artists appear to be unsuccessful in their efforts. “Fortunately, we had one gentleman who went (to a store) and got the (prepaid debit) card and then thought, ‘No I don’t

think so,’” Hicken said. “We had another lady who hung up on them. We haven’t heard of anyone falling for it yet, but we probably don’t get calls from the people who are scammed.” Hicken stressed that no government agency can demand immediate payment over the phone. If someone is contacted by a caller claiming to work for a government agency, get as much information about the caller as possible before hanging up. That includes names and phone numbers. “Call someone you trust, a confidant, and ask them if it sounds right,” Hicken said. “Talk to somebody else, get a whole different point of view.” Then look up the official number for the office and confirm whether or not you owe money, he said. If the call turns out to be bogus, call local law enforcement to report the crime, then call the Better Business Bureau, which tracks fraudulent calls.

B y ZACH KYLE Idaho Statesman

Almost as many homeowners turned to the Idaho Housing and Finance Association to stave off foreclosure in 2013 as they did in 2011 and 2009, the peak years for counseling services since the recession began in December 2007. Idaho Housing, a corporation established by the Legislature, is charged with fostering affordable housing. Its services include financial literacy programs, home financing and rent assistance. Heather Harrison administers the Idaho Housing’s foreclosure-prevention counseling and homebuyer-education programs. Both are free to any Idaho homeowner. Many Idahoans still are struggling to save money, Harrison said, leaving them susceptible to missing mortgage payments should they experience a medical emergency, job loss or a reduction of work hours. “A lot of people in Idaho live paycheck to paycheck,” Harrison said. “Having one major event can really put them on the downward spiral toward foreclosure.”

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Smith’s $445,175, according to the latest Federal Election Commission filings, released Tuesday. That fundraising gap has widened since the beginning of the campaign. In July, Simpson reported having about $200,000 more than Smith. In October, Simpson’s campaign had $286,000 more in its coffers than Smith. By January, Simpson had collected $414,000 more than Smith. In April, the gap widened again, with Simpson’s camp reporting $427,000 more in contributions than the Smith campaign. Simpson also has spent more than Smith throughout the campaign. From January to April, the Simpson campaign reported spending $337,000. By comparison, the Smith campaign spent

Idaho Housing has nine foreclosure prevention counselors working in its Boise office, as well as one counselor at each office in Coeur d’Alene, Twin Falls, Idaho Falls and Lewiston. The counselors meet with homeowners for weeks or months and work with banks and other mortgage servicers to negotiate new loan terms. Often, that means lowering the monthly payment by lowering the interest rate about 2 percent and extending the loan’s life by five years. Last year, nearly 80 percent of the homeowners who worked with counselors avoided foreclosure, Idaho Housing spokesman Jason Lantz said. Often, homeowners fighting foreclosure feel they are drowning in paperwork and financial jargon, Lantz said. The counselors speak the language and know what options are available. “Our counselors do this every day,” Lantz said. “It’s a big headache for a lot of people. They don’t know where to start. Counselors can clear up a lot of that paperwork and do the stuff that’s overwhelming for people.” Not all homeowners

can avoid foreclosure. Some homeowners come to the free counseling after falling too far behind on payments to negotiate new mortgage terms. “Our counselors are really good at getting postponements, but if people come to us when they are a week away from a foreclosure sale date, it can be really hard to get something in the works,” Harrison said. “Homeowners should contact a housing counselor at the first sign of trouble, even if they are current on their payments but foresee a problem coming.” Most mortgage servicers would rather renegotiate conditions and keep payments coming than to foreclose, Harrison said. Many do a better job responding to homeowner calls and are more willing to negotiate than in past years. Still, it’s easier for an Idaho Housing counselor to get hold of the right people than it is for homeowners, she said. “Counselors can typically get a live person on the phone and get the meat of the information that they need much faster and easier than a normal borrower,” Harrison said.

$66,000 during that same period. In February, the Chamber spent $200,000 on ads attacking Smith. Those ads ran from Feb. 28 through March 10. In all, the Chamber has spent some $600,000 on independent expenditures to back Simpson in the race. Smith has received substantial support from Club for Growth. The group has spent $335,000 on ads, mostly attacking Simpson. Club for Growth also has been a major driver of individual contributions to the Smith campaign, accounting for a substantial portion of the individual contributions Smith garnered in 2013. Data is not yet available for 2014. But the balance of independent expenditures favors Simpson. Conservative and business groups, including the Chamber, National Rifle Association, Defending

Main Street Super PAC and American Dental Association, have spent a total of $1.3 million on ads backing Simpson or attacking Smith. Simpson’s campaign touted the latest figures. “I am very pleased by the incredible support we have received and the momentum we are seeing in the race,” Simpson said in a news release. A spokeswoman for Smith, an Idaho Falls attorney, said his campaign remains on course. “We are very appreciative of the support from thousands of individuals who support Bryan’s campaign to send 16-year incumbent Congressman Mike Simpson back to the private sector,” campaign manager Carrie Brown said in an email. “We have no doubt that we have the resources to win on May 20th.”

“It is difficult for the common good to prevail

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OTHERPAPERS Balukoff stands up to Idaho’s political bully From the Lewiston Tribune:


ere’s something you don’t see every day: An Idaho politician who isn’t merely running against a foolish gun measure — the guns on campus law — but one who is taking on the group responsible for it, the National Rifle Association. Last week, A.J. Balukoff, a Democrat seeking the Idaho governor’s office, threw the NRA’s questionnaire back in the gun lobby’s face. He didn’t like the loaded questions. The NRA wasn’t shy about telegraphing its position and then putting candidates in an “our way or the highway” bind. And Balukoff more or less disqualified himself from getting the NRA’s support by opposing its signature measure in the 2014 Legislature — a bill giving students 21 and older the right to carry a firearm into class and across much of the state’s public college campuses. “I believe this bill was not necessary and creates more problems than it solves,” Balukoff wrote to the NRA’s Dakota Moore. Whichever Republican he faces in November — either Gov. C.L. (Butch)

Otter or Otter’s challenger in the May 20 GOP primary, Sen. Russ Fulcher, R-Meridian — has no such compunction. Otter signed it into law. Although Fulcher was absent when the measure came up for a vote, his stand-in — Kuna real estate broker Dan Johnson, not to be confused with Sen. Dan Johnson, R-Lewiston — supported it. Balukoff wasn’t shy Balukoff about it. He didn’t privately submit his letter. He publicly rebuked one of the most powerful forces in Idaho politics. As the Idaho Statesman’s Dan Popkey noted during the weekend, the last politician to successfully challenge the gun lobby was former Gov. Cecil D. Andrus — and he had a near-death experience in 1986 just the same. As a Democrat, Balukoff has less to fear from the gun lobby than Republicans — who live or die by the results of the GOP primary election. The NRA has less sway with the 460,000 Republicans, Democrats and independents who vote in

November’s general election. That’s why only a handful of Republican lawmakers — among them Lewiston’s Sen. Johnson — opposed the measure while Democratic legislators voted no en masse. But in this case, the NRA overreached. No public clamor begged the NRA to swoop into Boise and defend the gun rights of beleaguered college students. Far from it. This was a national lobby imposing its agenda on Idaho students, parents and faculty — leaving them with misgivings about this brave new world that injects firearms into a cultural stew of social experimentation, drugs, alcohol and academic stress. This was the NRA putting points on the board, despite the opposition of Idaho college and university administrators who had managed to keep the peace without outside interference. This was the NRA imposing its political will against the professional judgment of Idaho law enforcement officers — who now face the real possibility of responding to an emergency without knowing which armed student is a villain and

which armed student is the hero. This was the gun lobby enthusiastically substituting its political pull for the constitutional authority of the Idaho State Board of Education. And this was the NRA getting a pass from the heavy hand of Senate State Affairs Committee Chairman — and gunson-campus bill sponsor — Sen. Curt McKenzie, R-Nampa. McKenzie had all the time in the world to hear Moore testify in his committee but froze out Idahoans such as Boise Police Chief Mike Masterson. Will all of that persuade ordinary Idahoans to trust Balukoff over the NRA? Nobody knows. Even the candidate’s campaign manager, Marie Hattaway, urged him not to take on the gun lobby so directly. “I’m not in Gov. Andrus’ league, for sure,” he told Popkey. Still, it’s the NRA that stomped all over Idahoans’ sensibilities. It’s Balukoff who courageously is standing up to a political bully. To win this fight, he may not have to be in Andrus’ league.

The kind of cities we build has a definite impact on our citizens’ health and well-being, writes Dr. Richard Jackson.

Energizing communities


id you know a city and how it’s built can actually make its residents healthier? And not just physically more fit, but healthier mentally, socially and economically. My research has shown that your zip code is often more important than your genetic code, and where you live powerfully affects your health and quality of life. The first thing they teach in medical school is to make the diagnosis. If you Dr. Richard start treating a dozen different sympJackson toms with a dozen different treatments, Guest columnist you won’t make any progress to help your patient. Discovering the underlying disorder is pivotal to discovering a cure. My diagnosis is that we build too many communities without thinking enough about our own and our loved ones’ well-being, health and happiness. You hear about some of our symptoms every day — inequity in education, poverty, health care, climate change and beyond. Using a critical eye and addressing the system as a whole will be vital to finding a much needed diagnosis. As I prepared for my visit to Idaho to speak at the Creating Healthy Communities Summit, I learned that Idaho is one of the states promoting health, fighting childhood obesity and working to build healthy communities. I also learned that one in three Idaho children is overweight or obese; sadly this is in line with national trends. However, Idaho is fortunate in its trail blazing organizations that have taken the challenge of promoting health and fighting obesity like the High Five Children’s Health Collaborative, St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital, the Boise Parks and Recreation Department and Let’s Move Boise. All are encouraging access to healthy foods, activity, education and even endorsing policies in these areas. These groups recognize that obesity and lack of fitness are worsened by a reliance on cars and sedentary lifestyles. People need attractive public spaces to motivate us to get out and connect with each other. Cities that promote walking and biking as part of daily living will have hardier and happier residents. We need to make sure our physical environments — our homes, offices, neighborhoods, transit systems — foster equity and sustainability to promote overall health in our communities. Idaho has some gems in this area, as well as areas for improvement. However, good places take work and engagement — they certainly don’t happen on their own. The entire community must find ways to make positive changes and think creatively about how they can promote exercise and social involvement. This is too important of an issue to simply rely on experts; it demands involvement from every specialty area, especially community members. At the Creating Healthy Communities Summit on April 17 and 18, I encouraged professionals from many different industries to participate. Government has a role to play — but it’s not enough to pass laws. This is a threat to our Idaho’s future. It is not enough to have “white coats” grappling with these challenges. Educators, agriculture, public safety, transportation, business leaders — and future leaders — must work together to energize the entire community to build a healthy city. Jackson is a pediatrician, and host of the PBS series “Designing Healthy Communities.” He has done extensive work in the impact of the environment on health.

Sen. James Risch’s defense of his 2006 tax shift didn’t address the great harm done to Idaho’s public schools, writes Nels Mitchell.

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ormer Idaho governor and current U.S. Sen. Jim Risch’s defense of his ill-considered tax shift in the Idaho Falls Post Register Wednesday (“Defending the shift of 2006”) missed the mark. Yes, he promised Idaho voters that he had a magic elixir that would enable them to cut property taxes without hurting our public schools. And the voters Nels Mitchell believed him and sanctioned his Guest columnist scheme. But Risch was wrong. Our public schools have not only been harmed, to the detriment of our children, but — in order to staunch the bleeding — Idahoans have had to increase their property taxes at the local school district level. That’s not my idea of a tax cut. Risch misled the voters and now he’s blaming the voters for following him down the wrong path. The fact is Risch’s tax shift resulted in “have” and “have not” school districts. This violates the Idaho Constitu-

tional mandate that the state provide a “general, uniform, and thorough” system of public schools. Risch has created an unconscionable and unconstitutional gap in opportunity among Idaho’s students. And those living in the “have” districts, the people who have passed levies, raising their own taxes in an effort to keep their schools afloat, have saved little, if anything. Finally, it bears repeating that Risch has never told us how much he has personally benefited over the years from his tax shift. Risch offers evasive spin, but no transparency, and no apology. This is not the conduct of a leader, but the arrogance of a politician who thinks his record is beyond scrutiny. Idaho now ranks last in support for public education and many of our school districts can only afford to keep their doors open four days per week. As I’ve said before, Risch’s chickens are coming home to roost. And they look a lot like buzzards.”

Mitchell, a Democrat from Boise, is a candidate for one of Idaho’s two U.S. Senate seats.

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Wid and Nita Disney

Wid and Nita Disney L. “Wid” Disney was born Sept. 14, 1926, in Shelley to parents Orlen J. Disney of Delphos, Kan., and Nora P. Drain of Scott City, Kan. He was raised in eastern Idaho on ranches along the river bottoms of the Snake River on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation. He attended several schools in the area, including the Thomas School. He left home at an early age and relocated to the Ontario, Ore., area where

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he pursued what he loved best, ranching and rodeoing. He joined the Navy in September 1944 and served in World War II as a gunner’s mate in the South Pacific aboard the USS Belleau Wood. He was proud to serve and always spoke highly of those days and remained in contact with many of his shipmates. He received an honorable discharge in June 1946. While visiting his sister, Barbara, in San Jose, Calif., he went to work for Western Electric Corporation where he met J.C. Arnold, whose sister was to change his life forever, “Nita.” Nita Jean “Arnold” Disney was born Oct. 20, 1929, with her twin, Rita in Concord, Neb., to parents Hobart Arnold of Montreal, Mo., and Louise Louella French of Concord, Neb. Nita experienced a normal childhood in rural eastern Nebraska, where her dad was the local blacksmith. When she was 13, the family moved to Santa Clara, Calif., “the land of opportunity.” After high school, Nita sang with a local band and started working for the telephone company as an operator. She soon met her brother’s cute friend, “Wid.” She always said it was the “red cowboy boots” that first caught her eye. They were married June 5, 1948, in San Jose, Calif. They settled in the local area and began their family — their son, Lee, was born in San Jose in 1949. However, the call of the old west was to overcome Wid and he returned home to the land he loved with his young family, where he continued to rodeo for several more years. Nita really took to the mountains and the open skies of Idaho and it became the beginning of a wonderful new life together. It is difficult to summarize someone’s life in a few short paragraphs. Probably the most amazing character trait, which they both seemed to share, was their extreme optimism. They

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11:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 22nd 2nd Ward (885 S. Blvd) Visitation: Monday 6:30-8 p.m. at Wood’s (273 N. RidgeAve.) and 10-10:45 a.m. at the church Burial in Fielding Memorial Park

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11 a.m. Wednesday, April 23rd Iona 1st Ward (5169 E. Denning Ave) Visitation: Tuesday 6:30-8 p.m. at Wood East Side (963 S. Ammon) and Wednesday 10-10:45 a.m. at the church Burial at Iona Cemetery More information online at or visit us on Facebook for the latest information at woodfuneralhome.idaho

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Funeral Services: 11 a.m.Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at the Summerfield LDS Ward 3721 Shadow MountainTrail Visitation: 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, April 21, 2014 at Coltrin Mortuary and Saturday one hour prior to the services at the church Burial: Ucon Cemetery

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loved to sing and dance and they lived life to the fullest. They worked hard and played hard, however, like most families, they were not spared from the harsh realities of life. They endured the worst with the loss of their baby son, Shawn, in 1961. During those times, they had a way of leaning on each other in order to survive. They were also blessed with two daughters, Christine and Charmaine. They had a knack for seeking out just the right fixer-upper; there were many. They built their first house on East Ninth Street in Idaho Falls; it would not be the last. Whether it was a remodel or a new addition, they knew the right end of a hammer and were pretty fair hands, it seemed, at most anything. They both enjoyed successful careers at the phone company. As the state grew, a changing phone company took them to both sides of the state. For several years, they both worked for Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph. They finally transferred back to Idaho Falls with US West, where Wid retired as a manager with 32 years of service in 1983. They always maintained a parallel life with their love for farming and ranching. Whether it was a just a garden spot in the backyard, a 40-acre farm in Payette, or a 300-acre ranch in Hamer, they were not truly at home unless they were canning or pickling something. They really were modern-day pioneers where the word failure did not exist. After retirement, in search of what to do next, they relaxed by carving out of the desert a “falconry hunting camp” for Keith Carpenter. The camp was located approximately eight miles from the nearest paved road, just west of Dubois, Idaho. Extremely unique, it was a falcon-hunter’s paradise. They maintained the camp for the next seven years, where Nita was the official cook for camp guests. Wid still found time for a cattle drive or two with his neighbors a few miles from the camp. Always the cowboy! After leaving what became known as “Falcon Crest,” they purchased a log home on the banks of the Salmon River. Of course, they doubled the size of the original home with a large addition. Their newly constructed bedroom sat less than 40 feet from the water’s edge. They enjoyed many evenings on their back porch sipping Nita’s wine and watching rafters on the river. They were always ready for a picnic or a weekend with their fishing buddies, the Shipleys, the Hills and the Schorzmans. Many, many years they enjoyed



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singing around the campfire with Ray and his guitar, or Larry and his concertina. Sometimes they even fished. After 13 years, they left their home on the Salmon River due to health issues. Wid and the “Wine Lady” relocated to Meridian, Idaho, in 2005, where they remained active and maintained a sizable garden. They continued wine making and canning and enjoyed entertaining their friends. Wid and Nita both fell seriously ill in February 2012. It was their desire to remain in their home and accommodations were made to fulfill their wishes. Wid passed away from complications of emphysema and diabetes May 25, 2012, just two weeks before their 64th wedding anniversary. Nita followed Wid on Oct. 15, 2013, after a 21-month struggle with muscular dystrophy. They never complained and passed with dignity and grace. They easily made friends wherever they lived and always took part in the community. They belonged to the Telecomm Pioneers, a retiree community service organization and were active members of the Elks for more than 50 years. Wid was preceded in death by his parents; three sisters, Barbara Howell, Burnice Hicks and Ramona Wheeler; and his brother, Carl Disney. Nita was preceded by both of her parents; two brothers, J.C. Arnold and Raleigh Arnold; two sisters, Gwen Good and Mary Lou Novakovich; and their son, Shawn Michael. Wid is survived by his sister, Karen Barrows of Santa Barbara, Calif.; and sister-in-law, Edna Disney of Blackfoot. Nita is survived by three sisters, Loretta Bacon of Redding, Calif., Maxine Chuck and her husband Don, of Hollister, Calif., and Rita Sanchez (her twin) of Santa Clara, Calif.; and sister-in-law, Lavon Arnold of Anderson, Calif. They are also survived by their children: son, Lee of Corcoran, Calif.; daughter, Christine Deveau and her husband Paul of Boise; and daughter, Charmaine Rhea, of Seattle; three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. In a small private ceremony, Wid and Nita were interred together Monday, April 14, at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery in Boise. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Telecomm Pioneers, c/o Velma Callender, 751 E. Holly St., Boise, ID 83712.

Paul Kelly Paul Naismith Kelly, 86, died Friday, April 11, 2014, of heart failure. Paul was born Aug. 6, 1927, in Salt Lake City, the second son of three children to John Willard Evans Kelly and Anne Naismith. Kelly He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Donald Blaine Kelly and Jananne Kelly. Paul married Shirley Mae Acor on June 8, 1956, in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple and they were blessed with seven children: Paula (Craig Harline), Keith Acor (Kathy Tenney), John Acor (Caroleen Hunt), Jill (Don Hansen), Ann Marie (Christopher Picklesimer), Heath-

er (Greg Jonson), and Steven Acor (Angie Dick); 33 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren with more expected. Paul attended Salt Lake schools Emerson, Roosevelt, East High class of 1944, and University of Utah, graduating from the university in 1954 with a Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering. In between his college study, he served in the U.S. Navy and an LDS mission to the East Central States 1949 to 1951. He started a career in nuclear energy at the Nuclear Reactor Testing Station in Arco, Idaho, in 1954 and worked for Phillips Petroleum, Atomics International, General Electric, Allied Chemical, Exxon, Westinghouse and Parson Engineering at various locations in Idaho, California, Colorado, North Carolina and Ohio. He completed a Master of Science degree in 1960 through extension courses from the University of Idaho. Paul was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in several callings including five bishoprics, including as bishop in Arco, four High Councils, stake mission president, temple and family history. Paul and Shirley served two fulltime missions together, one in the Church Education System at the Institute of Religion at Northern Arizona University at Flagstaff and one in the Church and Family History Mission in Salt Lake City. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. today, April 19, at the Lakeview 6th LDS Ward, 2168 S. 140 West in Orem, Utah. Viewings will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, April 18, and from 9:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Saturday prior to services. In lieu of flowers, we ask that you donate to the LDS Missionary Fund.

Todd Haungs Charles Edward “Todd” Haungs, 80, of Idaho Falls, passed away Wednesday April 16, 2014, at his home. He was under the care of Aspen Home Health and Hospice. Todd was born Aug. 4, 1933, in Fresno, Calif., to William Haungs and Betty Viola Latch Haungs Haungs. He grew up in Fresno, graduating from Roosevelt High School in 1951. Upon graduating, he served in the U.S. Navy for two years. In 1955, he married Sally Harris. To this union two children were born, Pamela Janae and Scott Edward. Sally passed away in 1969. Todd worked for J.C. Penney and later on for Equitable Life Insurance, where he was one of the top producing agents for the company. He was a self-starter, always awakening early in the morning with thankfulness for another beautiful day ahead of him. His business with Equitable took him to San Francisco many times a month. It was there that he met Carolyn Lott. They were married May 28, 1977. He was converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1977, and April 4, 1979, their marriage was solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. They made their home in Santa Cruz, Calif., before moving to Idaho

Falls in 1996. Todd loved the gospel of Jesus Christ. He loved going to the temple. While in Santa Cruz, he served in various callings including Elders Quorum president, bishop, High Councilor and always a home teacher. His ambition turned to the fast food industry, which included Hawaii. He and Carolyn spent many happy hours in the beautiful islands. He loved to work in the yard and loved spending time with family and friends. Survivors include his wife, Carolyn of Idaho Falls; daughter, Pamela Carlton; grandsons, Josh (Kimberly) Barklow and Phillip Barklow; and three great-grandchildren, all living in California. Todd was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Sally; a son, Scott; and brothers, Stan and Wes Haungs. The family thanks Aspen Home Health and Hospice for the loving care given to Todd. A special thanks to Deanna, Monica, Ellen and Natasha. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 22, at the Summerfield LDS Ward, 3721 Shadow Mountain Trail in Idaho Falls, with Justin Hall, Bishop’s Counselor, conducting. The family will visit with friends from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 21, at Coltrin Mortuary, 2100 First St., and from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Tuesday prior to services at the church. Burial will be in Ucon Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family online at

Wilma French

Wilma “June” Moore French, 86, passed away Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Heritage Park in Roy, Utah. June was born March 21, 1928, to Chester Arthur Moore Sr. and Madge Moore in Pueblo, French Colo. June married John Milton French on Sept. 16, 1947, in Joplin, Mo. John and June had two daughters, Karen June and Linda Lea. They later moved to California. After retirement, they moved to Idaho to be close to both their daughters. June attended Calvary Chapel in Idaho Falls. She enjoyed making porcelain dolls, sewing, shopping and going out to eat. She also loved every minute she got to spend with her grandkids and great-grandchildren. June is survived by her two brothers, Chester Arthur Moore Jr. and Billy Dean Moore; two daughters, Karen (Ron) Hinds of North Augusta, S.C., and Linda (Larry) Brown of Layton, Utah; seven grandchildren, Tami (Craig) Keller, Jennifer (Scott) Frye, Sherry (Brad) Haight, Tracy (Scott) Sharp, Shannon (Kevin) Swenson, Stacy (Kevin) Melton and Sean Scarr; 16 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, two brothers and one sister. Graveside services will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19, at Fielding Memorial Park Cemetery, where she will be laid to rest next to her husband. The family will visit with friends from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. today, April 19, at Wood Funeral home, 273 N. Ridge Ave., prior to services at the cemetery.

Technology / Local

Saturday, April 19, 2014

TOP FREE APPS Datalove tracks, visualizes personal stats B y THORIN KLOSOWSKI

iPhone: Tracking things like running mileage, weight, sleep, practice time and whatever else is great, but unless you really visualize that data, it’s pretty useless. Datalove, a free app, provides those visualizations so you can really see your progress. Datalove can manually or automatically track certain kinds of data. Things like running can track automatically, but you can also add in pretty much anything else you want. Once you get a few days’ worth of data, you can look at charts, track information, and see how you’re doing in a nice, visual way. If you love tracking yourself, Datalove is a pretty nice way to actually visualize all that data in a way that makes sense. Lifehacker recommends downloads, apps, websites and shortcuts that actually save time. For more tips and tricks, visit Lifehacker at


Top 5 new free apps for April 16:

1. Family Guy The Quest for Stuff 2. Cut the Rope 2 3. CSR Classics 4. Cubis – Addictive Puzzler! 5. Heartbleed Security Scanner


Top 5 free apps for April 16: 1. Microsoft Word for iPad 2. Trials Frontier 3. Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff 4. 2048 5. Don’t Tap The White Tile

TOP iTunes Movies Top 10 songs on the iTunes Store for April 16: 1. “Happy” (from “Despicable Me 2”), Pharrell Williams 2. “West Coast,” Lana Del Rey 3. “All of Me,” John Legend 4. “Let It Go,” Idina Menzel 5. “Sing,” Ed Sheeran 6. “Play It Again,” Luke Bryan 7. “Turn Down For What,” DJ Snake & Lil Jon 8. “Talk Dirty” (Explicit), Jason Derulo (feat. 2 Chainz) 9. “Dark Horse,” Katy Perry (feat. Juicy J) 10. “Talk Dirty,” Jason Derulo (feat. 2 Chainz)

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n Computer users encouraged to be extra cautious B y CLAUDIA BUCK The Sacramento Bee

The news was just hours old, and the scam phone calls were already coming in. On April 7, in a warning to some of its longtime computer users, Microsoft announced it was no longer supplying security fixes for Windows XP, the operating system that’s been around for a dozen years and is still used by millions of consumers and small businesses. The next morning, some people were already getting hit by fraudsters, trying to capitalize on the news. The attempt was “pretty blatant,” said Emmet Zaworski, a retired telecommunications engineer in Roseville, Calif., who received two suspicious calls on Tuesday morning. In one, the caller had an “Eastern European” accent, appeared to be using a cellphone and had a caller ID number that was only zeros. Claiming to be from Microsoft’s tech support team and checking security for XP computers, he asked for Zaworski’s passwords so he could “check my machine and make sure everything was OK.” Zaworski smelled a scam and, after expressing his disgust in words that “aren’t fit for a family newspaper,” hung up. “It was so obvious it was ridiculous,” said the 61-yearold, “but that doesn’t mean people won’t get fooled.” It’s been an unnerving week for computer users, starting with Microsoft’s announcement that it would no longer offer security upgrades, technical


Nelda Cleveland, 95, of Idaho Falls, passed away peacefully Thursday, April 17, 2014, at Life Care Center of Idaho Falls. She was under the loving care of her family. Nelda was born March 13, 1919, in Alpine, Wyo., to Joseph Hyrum Robbins and Cleveland Annie Viola Russell Robbins. She grew up and attended schools in Ammon and Iona. She graduated from Iona High School. On July 26, 1938, she married Roland Edward Cleveland in Rigby. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple on Nov. 17, 1967. To this union were born six children: Marcine, Jaculyn, Robert, Carolyn, Larry and Kenneth. Nelda and Roland made their home in Idaho Falls. Nelda worked at the Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Roger Brothers Processing Plant, Rex Theatre, and Woolworth’s department store. An active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Nelda served as Sunday School secretary, librarian, teacher, coordinator and served a mission in the Idaho Falls Temple. She enjoyed playing musical instruments,

attending the temple, bowling, reading, crocheting and being in her flower garden. Nelda is survived by her daughters, Marcine (Ron, deceased) Ceynar of Ucon, Idaho, and Jaculyn (Keith, deceased) Standley and Carolyn (Kent, deceased) Robson, both of Idaho Falls; sons, Robert (Linda) Cleveland of Idaho Falls, Larry (Susan) Cleveland of Ammon and Kenneth Cleveland of Idaho Falls; brother, Lewis Robbins of South Jordan, Utah; 21 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and 20 great-greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father, mother, husband, three sons-inlaw, two brothers, Joseph and Hyrum Robbins; and three sisters, Norma Hill, Delilah Walker and Opal Robbins. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, April 21, at the Idaho Falls LDS 14th Ward Building, 651 Gladstone St., with Bishop Dean Ward officiating. The family will visit with friends from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday at Wood Funeral Home East Side, 963 S. Ammon Road, and from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Monday prior to services at the church. Burial will be in Ammon Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.woodfuneralhome .com.

Scams and breaches: Getting help For Windows XP users: To upgrade to a newer, safer operating system, call the Microsoft customer support line at (877) 6967786. Or go to www help and other protections for those running Windows XP. And for almost everyone else, there was the even more troubling announcement that a wily computer bug, dubbed Heartbleed, had wriggled its way into Internet security systems. Both news items are a reminder to shore up your personal computer, change your passwords and be wary of attempts to fleece you. Last week, the Better Business Bureau issued a warning to consumers, advising them to be on the lookout for unsolicited of-

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It’s been an unnerving week for computer users, with the end to Microsoft XP security updates and the Heartbleed bug that worked its way into Internet security systems. fers by fraudsters claiming to be from Microsoft, Dell or other companies with “tech support” staffs. The tech support scams have been around for years. In 2012, the Federal Trade Commission announced a global crackdown on such scams and froze the assets of six groups that were accused of running foreign-based boiler rooms — mostly in India — that dialed consumers around the world. In those cases,

Although not all Internet sites were affected, many security experts advise changing passwords on online accounts, to be safe. n For details: http:// n To check if a website is vulnerable to Heartbleed, try this tool: Heartbleed. n For a list of the Top100 U.S. Internet sites and whether they’ve been affected or have patched the Heartbleed bug, go to the callers claimed to have detected computer viruses and malware that could be eradicated for a fee, ranging from $49 to $450. In January this year, the FTC warned of another twist on the tech support scam, in which callers offer to “help” obtain a refund on your computer service. In that hoax, the callers took down banking and credit information in the guise of providing the refund.


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CRIME LOG Tina Louise Kinghorn Tina Louise Kinghorn passed away Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Bingham Memorial Hospital. A rosary will be held at 6 p.m. Sunday, April 20, at Hawker Funeral Home, 132 S. Shilling Ave. in Blackfoot. A viewing will follow the rosary from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, April 21, at St. Bernard’s, 584 W. Sexton St. in Blackfoot. Family will meet with friends from 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. prior to services at the funeral home. Interment will be at 4 p.m. Monday in Grove City Cemetery.

Patricia Lengle Patricia Ann Lengle, 63, passed away Thursday, April 17, 2014, at her home in Arco, Idaho. Funeral services are pending under the direction of Anderson Family Funeral Home of Arco.

Kendra Scoresby Kendra Scoresby, 58, of Iona, passed away Thursday, April 17, 2014, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 23, at the Iona LDS 1st Ward, 5169 E. Denning Ave. in Iona. Visitation will be from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Wood Funeral Home East Side, 963 S. Ammon Road, and from

10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. Wednesday prior to services at the church. Burial will be in Iona Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.woodfuneralhome .com.

Galen Kossler Galen J. Kossler, 85, of Salmon, Idaho, passed away Wednesday, April 16, 2014. Memorial services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 22, at Salmon United Methodist Church in Salmon with Reverend Stillman Bond officiating. Inurnment will be held at Salmon Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care of Jones & Casey Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Salmon United Methodist Church, 201 Lombard St., Salmon, ID 83467. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.jones

The Crime Log is compiled from reports available at press time from the Idaho Falls Police Department and Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office. Block addresses are included except when they could identify suspects or victims in need of protection, such as sex-crime victims. If you have information about unsolved crimes, call Crime Stoppers at 522-1983 or visit You will remain anonymous.

Idaho Falls Thursday 170 calls received 2:31 a.m. DUI, 1000 block of E. 17th St. 10:22 a.m. Theft, 1200 block of Jefferson Ave. 11:00 a.m. Theft, 1100 block of Grassland Drive. 11:50 a.m. Missing person, 1300 block of Hoopes Ave. 2:03 p.m. Assault, 1000 block of S. Boulevard. 3:20 p.m. Narcotics issue, 200 block of E. 20th S. 3:37 p.m. Theft, 800 block of E. 17th Street. 5:55 p.m. Missing person, 300 block of Castlerock Lane. 6:51 p.m. Theft, 2200 block of W. Sunnyside Road. 7:07 p.m. Theft, 300 block of Eighth Street. 8:47 p.m. Missing person, 300

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Thursday 177 calls received 12:00 a.m. Disturbing the peace, 100 block of S. Maurine Drive. 8:59 a.m. Harassment, 2700 block of E. 17th Street. 12:32 p.m. Burglary, 3900 block of N. Fifth East. 2:17 p.m. Suspicious person, 2800 block of E. Owen St. 3:20 p.m. DUI, Eastbound 65th South and South Yellowstone Highway. 4:11 p.m. Theft, 600 block of N. Contor Ave. 4:55 p.m. Vandalism, 2500 block of S. Eagle Drive. 7:34 p.m. Narcotics issue, Bonneville County. 7:50 p.m. DUI, 6700 block of S. 45th West. 10:30 p.m. DUI, North 25th East and East 49th North.


Nathanael Mittag Nathanael Brigham Mittag, 32, of Idaho Falls, passed away Thursday, April 17, 2014, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center from natural causes. Funeral services will be held at noon Saturday, April 26, at the Idaho Falls LDS 18th Ward, 1200 Dunbar Drive, under the direction of Coltrin Mortuary, 2100 First St. in Idaho Falls. Online condolences may be sent to the family at

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Obama puts off Keystone decision n Delay is to avoid controversy until after fall election

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Pope Francis celebrates a Good Friday Passion service, in St. Peter’s Basilica, at the Vatican.

Pope is pensive at Good Friday procession in Rome ROME (AP) — Desperate migrants, suicidal failed business owners, battered women, torture victims and all people suffering in the world were remembered at a torch-lit Good Friday Way of the Cross procession presided over by Pope Francis at the Colosseum. With his head bowed and eyes often closed, Francis joined tens of thousands of faithful in listening to meditations read aloud in the ancient arena in downtown Rome. One medita-

tion, read by Italian actress Virna Lisi, singled out the plight of child soldiers. Other readings recalled migrants who risk death in trying to reach the shores of affluent nations, women and children enslaved by human traffickers and inmates in overcrowded prisons. The selection of subjects reflected the pope’s resolve to focus the Catholic church’s attention on those who suffer, often on the margins of society. The mo-

tif of the marginalized also mirrored much of Francis’ outreach in his first year of his papacy. His first pilgrimage outside of Rome as pope took him to a tiny island near Sicily where thousands of migrants arrive on smugglers’ boats. Near the end of the 90-minute service, Francis told the crowd in brief remarks that the cross represented the “weight of all our sins.” He decried the “monstrosity of man when he lets himself be guided by evil.”


sunken ferry’s hull slipped Friday beneath the murky water off southern South Korea, there was a new victim: a vice principal of the high school whose students were among the passengers was found hanged, an apparent suicide.

about 8:30 a.m. MDT was centered on a long-dormant fault line northwest of the Pacific resort of Acapulco.


Captain of sunken ferry arrested

MOKPO, South Korea (AP) — The captain of a sunken South Korean ferry was arrested today on suspicion of negligence and abandoning people in need, as investigators looked into whether his evacuation order came too late to save lives. Two crew members were also arrested, a prosecutor said. The disaster three days ago left more than 270 people missing and at least 29 people dead. As the last bit of the

7.2 quake shakes Mexican capital ACAPULCO, Mexico (AP) — A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook central and southern Mexico on Friday, sending panicked people into the streets. Some walls cracked and fell, but there were no reports of major damage or casualties. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake at

Ukraine insurgents refuse to budge DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Pro-Russian insurgents defiantly refused Friday to surrender their weapons or give up government buildings in eastern Ukraine, despite a diplomatic accord reached in Geneva and overtures from the government in Kiev. Denis Pushilin of the self-appointed Donetsk People’s Republic told reporters the insurgents in more than 10 cities do not recognize Ukraine’s interim government as legitimate.

Colo. deaths stoke pot worries DENVER (AP) — A college student eats more than the recommended dose of a marijuana-laced cookie and jumps to his death from a hotel balcony. A husband with no history of violence is accused of shooting his wife in the head, possibly after eating pot-infused candy. The two recent deaths have stoked concerns about Colorado’s recreational marijuana industry and the effects of the drug, especially since cookies, candy and other pot edibles can be exponentially

Edible marijuana products are shown at a medical marijuana dispensary in Denver on Friday. Ed Andrieski Associated Press

more potent than a joint. “We’re seeing hallucinations, they become sick to their stomachs, they throw up, they become dizzy and very anxious,” said Al Bronstein, medical direc-

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is putting off its decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline, likely until after the November elections, by extending its review of the controversial project indefinitely. In a surprise announcement Friday as Washington was winding down for Easter, the State Department said federal agencies will have more time to weigh in on the politically fraught decision — but declined to say how much longer. Officials said the decision will have to wait for the dust to settle in Nebraska, where a judge in February overturned a state law that allowed the pipeline’s path through the state. Nebraska’s Supreme Court isn’t expected to hear an appeal to that ruling until September or October, and there could be more legal maneuvering after the high court rules. So President Barack Obama will almost surely have until after the November congressional elections


BRIEFLY Obama signs bill to blocking Iran envoy WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama signed legislation Friday aimed at blocking Iran’s chosen ambassador to the United Nations because of his ties to the 1979 takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran. But the president says he’s only treating the legislation as guidance. The unusual legislation bars anyone from entering the U.S. as a U.N. representative if they’ve engaged in espionage or terrorist activity and still pose a threat to U.S. security. It’s aimed at blocking Hamid Aboutalebi, a member of the Muslim student group that held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days during the embassy takeover. Aboutalebi has insist-


BRIEFLY Autopsy: B.P. agent shot man twice SAN DIEGO (AP) — A Mexican man who was killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in a remote mountainous area was shot twice in the chest after allegedly pelting the agent with rocks, according to an autopsy report Friday. Two casings were recovered about 16 feet from the body of Jesus Flores, 41, whose death Feb. 18 came amid controversy about how Border Patrol agents should respond to rock throwers. Investigators have said Flores threw a rock about the size of a basketball while positioned above the agent on a hillside and hurled another that hit the agent in the head. They said the agent, Daniel Basinger, feared another blow could kill or incapacitate him.

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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A woman who shot and killed her two young grandsons before committing suicide last year left

to make the final call about whether the pipeline carrying oil from Canada should be built. Approving the pipeline before the election would rankle Obama’s allies and donors in the environmental community, but nixing it could be politically damaging to vulnerable Democrats running this year in conservative-leaning areas.

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ed his involvement in the group was limited to translation and negotiation.

Late sign-ups boost Obamacare outlook WASHINGTON (AP) — A surge of eleventh-hour enrollments has improved the outlook for President Barack Obama’s health care law, with more people signing up overall and a much-needed spark a note to the boys’ parents saying they did not deserve to have the children, according to a police report. The report, obtained by The Associated Press through a Freedom of Information request, suggests a possible motive for the first time and sheds new light on her mental health problems: The grandmother, Debra Denison, had a history of conflict with the boys’ mother and had attempted suicide a half dozen times before. Denison, 47, picked up 2-year-old Alton Perry and 6-month-old Ashton Perry at a day care in North Stonington on Feb. 26, 2013, and was supposed to take them home for a birthday party but instead drove to a nearby lake where they were found shot to death after a frantic search.

Police raid LA Times building after threat LOS ANGELES (AP) — Police have taken a man into custody inside the Los Angeles Times building after reports of a shooting threat. The Times d that the man in his 20s was detained by police Friday night, less than an hour after the threat reports. The man does not work for the

“This decision is irresponsible, unnecessary and unacceptable,” said Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu, who faces a difficult re-election in oil-rich Louisiana. Landrieu said Obama was signaling that a small minority can tie up the process in the courts, sacrificing 42,000 jobs and billions in economic activity.

of interest among young adults. Nonetheless, Obama’s announcement Thursday that 8 million have signed up for subsidized private insurance, and that 35 percent of them are younger than 35, is just a peek at what might be going on with the nation’s newest social program. Still to be announced is what share of those enrolled were previously uninsured.

DNC raises $10.3M in March, owes $14M

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic National Committee raised $10.3 million last month but still has more than $14 million in debt. The central party on Friday released its March financial report that shows the DNC has almost $9.8 million in the bank. The DNC debt peaked last March at $22.6 million.

newspaper but is connected to Vxi Global Solutions, which rents in the building. Detective Gus Villanueva tells The Associated Press that a radio call went out at 7:26 p.m. saying a text message sent from inside the building said there may be someone “about to start shooting.” Police have not verified whether a gun was recovered or any shots were fired. The Times said a woman reported that her co-worker had shown her a bag of bullets and said he was depressed.

Second wave of milder flu hits N.E.

NEW YORK (AP) — A second, milder wave of flu is hitting the Northeast. Months ago, the flu season seemed to be winding down. But health officials on Friday reported widespread flu-like illnesses in six states. Rhode Island is the latest to join the list which includes Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, New Jersey and New York. Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the flu season started in December and peaked by mid-January, and most of the illnesses were swine flu.

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Trojans take to Tracktown today n Rigby’s Eliza Shippen got second in pole vault on Friday B Y MARLOWE HEREFORD

A handful of Rigby High School track and field athletes are competing at the prestigious Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene,

Ore., this weekend at the Oregon Relays with several events slated for today. Rigby is one of four Idaho teams at the invite-only meet that drew 96 teams from five states and one Canadian Province. Senior and defending 4A state pole vault champion Eliza Shippen competed Friday as the second-seeded athlete out of 23 athletes. Shippen, who became Rigby’s program record holder by clearing 11 feet, 10 inches last

week, cleared 11-5.75 inches to place second behind top-seeded Samantha Tollerud of Churchill High School (Ore.), who cleared 12-1.5 to win. Rigby will be represented in five events of today’s schedule, and the Trojans are seeded highly in each of them. Sophomore and four-time state champion sprinter Elsja Mecham competes at 2:40 p.m. Mountain Standard Time in the 400 meters and at 4:30 p.m. in the 200. She is seed-

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1:20 p.m. in pole vault, where he is seeded 11th of 25, and at 2 p.m. in the 400, where he is seeded fifth and will run in the fastest heat. Hansen, Perry, Johnson and Livermont conclude the Relays at 4:50 p.m. in the 4x400-meter relay, where they are seeded third and will compete in the fastest heat. Livestream of the Relays is available beginning at 11:20 a.m. at

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I.F. High football pair sign letters of intent n Quarterback A.J. Martin and tackle Christopher Fried committed to play college ball on Friday B Y PAUL LAMBERT

B Y MATTHEW COLES Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY — The long, difficult season showed on the faces of Utah Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin and leading scorer Gordon Hayward. Both slogged through the second-worst record (25-57) since the team moved to Utah in 1979. Both knew the Jazz had made a firm commitment to rebuild by jettisoning their top veterans. But they didn’t know exactly how tough it would be. “I knew it would be difficult. There’s no way when you change the roster like we did that it’d be good for INSIDE a coaching staff n Playoffs lookin the last year of their contract,” said ing more wide open / B4 Corbin, who has a 112-147 record in more than three years at the helm. “No matter how you scheme, young guys make mistakes and that makes it difficult to win.” Now the question is whether either Corbin or Hayward will be around next season as the process continues. Corbin’s contract has ended and he knows he has detractors, but he discounts the notion that a decision on his future has already been made. He hopes his performance will be judged on more than his record. Despite the progress that the young team made, the losses never got easy. “The biggest disappointment of the season was losing. As a competitor, I just hate to lose. Losing just don’t feel good. You want to see the fruit of your labor through victory,” Corbin said. Hayward — the first Jazz player to average 16 points, five rebounds and five assists since Pete Maravich — started the season excited to be the team’s first scoring option in the final year of his contract. But after shooting a career-low 41.3 percent,

ed third in the fastest section of both events. Junior Cameron Hansen has a busy day as he competes with relay teammates Paul Perry, Braden Johnson and Ethan Livermont in the sprint medley relay at 12:20 p.m. The Trojans enter the event as the top-seed out of 24 teams with a best time of 3:31.40, putting them in lane four of the fastest heat of the day. Hansen will also compete at

Utah Jazz guard Trey Burke pulls in a loose ball against the Denver Nuggets in the fourth quarter in an NBA game in Denver on Saturday. David Zalubowsk / Associated Press

When Christopher Fried made his way to the top of the depth chart, he wept. And when he signed his football letter of intent in the Idaho Falls High School library Friday morning, he couldn’t stop smiling. Fried and Idaho Falls teammate A.J. Martin put ink to paper in front of friends and family, committing to play college football for Dordt College and the College Martin of Idaho, respectively. “When I first met him as a sophomore, Chris was one of the most uncoordinated kids I’d ever seen,” Idaho Falls coach Pete Molino said. “And look at Fried him now. He did this for himself by pure force of will — academically, physically, and in every other way.” Fried started his football climb later than most, first pulling on a helmet as an IFHS freshman. Three years later, Fried became emotional upon being named the opening day starter at left tackle, the glory position on the offensive line. “When that happened, I was really excited,” Fried said. “I watched a documentary about the left tackle position and protecting the quarterback, and I wanted to be responsible for something so huge.” At 6-foot-2 and 250 pounds, Fried is taking his hugeness all the way to Sioux Center, Iowa, to play for the DC Defenders. Fried got there, in part, by protecting Martin’s back on the blind side. But in today’s football recruiting world, the ability to snuff a swim move is secondary to character and desire. “The first two thing recruiters ask is ‘how are his grades?’ and ‘how is his work ethic?’” Molino said. “Both of them are athletically deserving, for sure, but especially now, the competition for scholarships is so intense, they got their grades up and that opens up a lot of doors.” Martin will compete for the starting quarterback job at the College of Idaho, helping resur-

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At Pocatello, the Bees nearly gave up a 5-0 lead in the bottom of the seventh inning, allowing four unearned runs to the Diamondbacks in a 5-4 win at Halliwell Park. The Bees put 18 baserunners on over seven innings, stranding 13 of those in a frustrating win for Bonneville coach Joldy Watts. “We didn’t do a great job of hitting with guys on base, but it’s baseball and you’re going to have games like that,” Watts said. “We’ve got to get better, and we will go back to work Monday.” Bonneville’s Lincoln Clayton finished 2 for 4 with a double, and Conlan Smith was 3 for 4 with an RBI in support of starter Kohl Hostert. Jaxon Bird had an oddly perfect day at the plate, finishing 0 for 0 with four walks. Hostert struck out 10 against one walk in the win, giving the Bees (123, 6-0) two wins over the D-backs in as many days. The Bees will be back in action Tuesday against Idaho Falls at Melaleuca Field. HILLCREST 8, MADISON 4; MADISON 4, HILLCREST 1: At Hillcrest, the Knights scored all nine of their runs in the first inning, and steady Madison earned a split by posting four runs in each game to earn a doubleheader split. The Knights sent 11 to the plate in the first inning of the opener, but struggled to drive baserunners home in Game 2. “It was a great start for us after kind of a down day yesterday,” Hillcrest coach Scott Barr said, referencing Thursday’s road loss to the Bobcats. “We knew we had to get after them early, and was a great way to start. I wish we could have continued it.” Brigham Wilson had three hits for Madison in the opener, and Hillcrest’s Beau Crouch, and Chase Meacham each had a pair of hits.

Hillcrest (8-8) will play a non conference game at Rigby on Tuesday. POCATELLO 11, RIGBY 1 (6): At Rigby, Pocatello pitcher Andy Burtenshaw threw a two-hitter and Justin Stiffler hit a grand slam in the second inning for a six-inning conference win over Rigby. The Indians had six runs in the second inning to take an early lead. “We were off balance all night,” Rigby coach Ray Swanson said. “It was just a total turnaround from last night.” Tyler Kite went 1 for 3 with a double and Colton Burrows went 1 for 3 for the Trojans’ two hits. Rigby (8-9, 1-5) hosts Hillcrest on Tuesday. HIGHLAND 8, SKYLINE 5: At Melaleuca Field, four errors caught up to Skyline in a conference loss to Highland. “When one error happens, it all seems to happen,” Skyline coach Brett Taylor said. Taylor added that the game lived up to its billing as Grizzly ace Luke Martin became locked in a pitcher’s duel against Highland ace Aaron Pope. A two-run homer by Brandon Bialis that gave Skyline a 2-0 lead in the third inning began a back-and-forth contest that was up for grabs until a five-run sixth inning by the Rams. “Facing Pope was great for our kids because he’s one of the best pitchers in the state,” Taylor said. “It was everything you could ever want between two number one pitchers.” Bialis went 1 for 3 with his two-run homer and Martin went 2 for 3 with a triple and an RBI. Brannon Whyte went 1 for 4 with a double and two RBIs for the Grizzlies (12-5, 7-3), who play Highland today in a doubleheader at Pocatello. SUGAR-SALEM 2, SODA SPRINGS 1 (5); PRESTON 7, SUGAR-SALEM 4: At Preston, Sugar-Salem earned a split in two Preston Tournament games.

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BONNEVILLE 5, CENTURY 4 Bonneville 122 000 0 — 5 10 1 Century 000 000 4 — 4 7 1 BONNEVILLE — Top Hitters: Lincoln Clayton 2-4 (2B), Tanner Smith 1-4 (2B), Kohl Hostert 1-3, Tyson Craig 1-2, Jaxon Bird 0-0 (4 BB), Austin Udy 1-4 (2B, RBI), Conlan Smith 3-4 (RBI), Chance Reese 1-3. Pitcher: Hostert 7 IP, 34 R, 7 H, 10 K, 1 BB, 0 ER. CENTURY — Top Hitters: Braeden Leiby 2-4, Connor Lamont 2-4. Pitcher: George 4 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 4 BB 1 K. Georgeson 3 IP, 2 H, 0 R 1 BB, 1 K. HILLCREST 8, MADISON 4 Madison 012 010 0 — 4 8 4 Hillcrest 800 000 x — 8 10 3 MADISON — Top hitters: Brigham Wilson 3-4 (R), Dallas Crane 1-4 (2 R), Cook 2-4 (RBI), Papenfuss 1-4 (RBI). Pitcher: Sarmiento 7 IP 10 H, 8 R, 7 ER, 3 BB, 6 K. HILLCREST — Top hitters: Johnson 1-4 (2B, RBI), Patterson 1-4 (R), Rencher 1-4 (R, RBI), Crouch 2-4 (R, RBI, 2B), Mecham 2-4 (R, RBI, 2B), Erickson 2-2 (RBI), Westergard 1-3 (R, 3 RBI). Pitcher: Johnson 7 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 2 ER, 1 BB, 9 K. MADISON 4, HILLCREST 1 Madison 011 000 2 — 4 8 1 Hillcrest 100 000 0 — 1 5 1 MADISON — Top hitters: Bolingbroke 1-3 (RBI), Dallas Crane 2-4 (R), Leatham 3-4 (2 R, 3 EBI), Papenfuss 1-2, Cook 2-4 (2B). Pitcher: Boyle 6 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 4 BB 4 K. Bolingbroke 1 IP, 0 H,

The Diggers defeated Soda Springs 2-1 in five innings in a game that featured a combined six hits between the two teams. Sugar-Salem trailed 1-0 until scoring its two runs in the fourth and fifth innings. Sugar-Salem lost to Preston 7-4 in the nightcap. The Diggers tied the game 3-3 in the top of the sixth inning, but the Indians grabbed the lead back with four runs to end the frame. Jared Purser finished the day 2 for 5 with a triple, an RBI, two stolen bases and a run scored and Karson Hansoky went 1 for 4 with a double, an RBI and a stolen base against Preston.

Tennis Several local tennis players are still in the running for titles after the first day of the annual East Idaho Invitational. Top-ranked in boys singles, Hillcrest senior Orin Duffin received a firstround bye and secured his spot in the quarterfi-

0 R, 3 K. HILLCREST — Top hitters: Johnson 1-4, Rencher 1-2 (2B), Erickson 1-2, Westergard 2-3 (2B). Pitcher: Cornelison 6.2 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 5 BB, 10 K. Stenquist 0.1 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 0 K. HIGHLAND 8, SKYLINE 5 Highland 000 125 0 — 8 8 0 Skyline 002 300 0 — 5 6 4 HIGHLAND — Leading hitters: Greg Wynn 2-5 (2B), Iverson 3-3 (2 2Bs, 3B). Pitchers: Aaron Pope (W) 7 IP, 8 R, 5 R, 5 ER, 4 BB, 9 K. SKYLINE — Leading hitters: Luke Martin 2-3 (3B, RBI), Brannon Whyte 1-4 (2B, 2 RBIs), Clint Hayes 1-3, Brandon Bialis 1-3 (HR, 2 RBIs). Pitchers: Martin 6 IP, 8 H, 8 R, 2 ER, 4 BB, 7 K; Drake Brown 1 IP, 0 BB, 2 K. POCATELLO 11, RIGBY 1 (6 inn) Pocatello 060 203 — 11 12 0 Rigby 000 100 — 1 2 2 POCATELLO — Leading hitters: Justin Stiffler 1-3 (GS), Andy Burtenshaw 3-3 (2B), Jaron Campes 3-3 (2B, 3 R, RBI). Pitchers: Burtenshaw 6 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 5 K RIGBY — Leading hitters: Tyler Kite 1-3 (2B), Colton Burrows 1-3. Pitchers: Shawn Packard 4 IP, 7 H, 8 R, 6 ER, 2 BB, 0 K; Porter Marley 2 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 K. SUGAR-SALEM 2, SODA SPRINGS 1 (5) Sugar-Salem 000 11—2 2 2 Soda Springs 010 00—1 4 2 SUGAR-SALEM—Leading hitters: Jared Purser 1-2 (3B), Derek Ostermiller

nals upon defeating Skyline’s Joel LaPray 6-0, 6-0 in the round of 16. Duffin will face Idaho Falls’ Cory Edlin at 9:30 a.m. at Hillcrest. Edlin defeated Minico’s Michale Vandever 6-1, 6-0 in the round of 32 and Century’s Jason Wall 6-0, 6-1 in the round of 32. Also advancing to today’s boys singles quarterfinals at Hillcrest is Idaho Falls’ Kylund Facer, who will play third-seeded Danny Graves of Wood River at 8:30 a.m., Skyline’s Michael Francis who will face second-seeded Spencer Neville of Hillcrest and Idaho Falls’ Parker Erikson, who will face fourthranked Nathan Kleist of Century. Top-ranked I.F. junior Maddie Maloney had a first-round bye Friday and defeated Twin Falls’ Taryn Trotter, 6-3, 6-4 in the round of 16 to advance to a 9:30 a.m. girls singles quarterfinal today against Minico’s Kayleann Hawkes at Bonneville. Hillcrest’s Connor Behrend will face sec-


Tri-Match at Salmon Valley Golf Course Boys Medalist: Jade Barney (Salmon) 80 SALMON (356) — Jade Barney 80, Tucker Hamilton 90, Blade Barney 94, Derek Smith 92, Luke Frederick 127 CALVARY CHAPEL (377) — Ben Hayes 91, Wyatt Tracy 94, Wyatt Koller 95, Aaron DeNagy 97, Dustyn Remer 101 MACKAY (497) — Naylan Whitworth 121, Kadin Webb 122, Pat Magee 127,

ond-seeded Ella Wathne of Century in a 9:30 a.m. quarterfinal. At 8:30 a.m., I.F.’s Rachel Allen will face Hillcrest’s Ashlee Parkinson and third-seeded Ashley Welker of Hillcrest will face Twin Falls’ Hailey Orton. In boys doubles, third-seeded Hillcrest duo Lukas Gleisenberger and William Warner will face Century’s Hunter Mansfield and Cade Sutton in an 11 a.m. semifinal at Idaho Falls. Parker Gardner and Isaac Smith of I.F. will face fourth-seeded Andy Carter and Matthew Sato in the other 11 a.m. semifinal. Both Idaho Falls girls doubles teams advanced to today’s 11 a.m. semifinals at Skyline. Top-seeded Jordan Wright and Madison Wright will face Wood River duo Alex Taylor and Samantha Taylor while third-seeded Katie Harris and Alison Smith will face second-seeded Century duo of Alexandria Kempf and Sydney McRoberts. Three District 6 teams

Morgan Johnson 127, Miles McKelvey 130 Girls Medalist: Bailey Hilton (Salmon) 113 SALMON (507) — Bailey Hilton 113, Jordan Graves 126, Sarah Spain 129, Maddy Moore 139, Mariah Barninghan – 147 CALVARY CHAPEL (INC)—Sage Rogers 125, Sadie Rhoads 152 Late Thursday


BONNEVILLE 6, POCATELLO 6 Boys singles: Andrew Cucio, P, def. Joe Capson, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4; Daniel Mathis, P, def. Justin Weber, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3; Kaden Nelson, P, def. Christian Aimes, 6-4, 6-1 Girls singles: Gabby Abernathy, P, def. Matilda Weihs, 6-1, 6-1; Alyssa Kepler, P, def. Non, 7-5, 6-2; Aspen Eckert, P, def. Marisa Ellis, 6-4, 6-1 Boys doubles: Andy Baird/Jacob Capson, B, def. Nathaniel Frantz/ Conner Hall, 6-1, 6-4; Ryan Jack/Ben Day, B, Joseph Allen/Kyler Arnaud, 6-0, 6-0 Girls doubles: Whitney Johnson/ Sammy Trane, B, def. Amber Alder/ Nicole Walker, 6-0, 6-0; Madi Blad/ Brooke Nelson, B, def. Jessalyn Entrikin/Sarah Finch, 6-0, 6-1 Mixed doubles: Justin Fullmer/ Hailey Clayton, B, def. Jacob Bennett/ Kilynn Ogle, 6-0, 6-0; Brandon Eldridge/ Jessie Chatterton, B, def. Tom Poulter/ Kerri Fisk, 6-0, 6-0

are in today’s mixed doubles semifinals at 11 a.m. at Sunnyside. Top-ranked I.F. duo Jesse Haas and Hannah Wright will face thirdranked Haley Cutler and Andrew Pearson of Wood River while second-ranked I.F. duo Nicole Gardner and Bryant Johnson will face fourth-ranked Hailey Clayton and Justin Fullmer of Bonneville. Idaho Falls leads the girls and boys team standings with 21 points each after day one, closely followed by Hillcrest with 15 points in the boys standings and 16 points in the girls team standings. Bonneville is in a four-way for fourth with Skyline, Twin Falls, and Century in the boys standings with 10 points and is in fifth in the girls standings with nine points. Skyline is in eighth in the girls standings with two points. Finals for each division take place at 3 p.m. at Bonneville. Look fora list of local placers in Sunday’s Post Register.


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rect a program that was suspended at the end of the 1977 season. Martin threw for 3,168 yards and 28 touchdowns in his senior season, catching the eye of ‘Yotes coach Mike Moroski. The 6-foot, 185-pounder was at least as excited for the off-field educational opportunities at COI as he was for the on-field education. “Its going to be awesome to help start up a new program after, what, 30 years?” Martin said, moments after posing for a photo with no less than 21 family members. “As a freshman, I had OK grades, but they weren’t where they should have been. From ninth grade on, grades determine everything — where you can go, how much it will Winslow Townson / Associated Press

Red Wings Pavel Datsyuk is congratulated Friday by teammate Johan Franzen after scoring against Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask, left, during the third period of Detroit’s 1-0 win in Game 1 of a first-round NHL playoff hockey series, in Boston.

Red Wings win opener over Bruins BOSTON (AP) — Pavel Datsyuk scored at 16:59 of the third period, moments after Jimmy Howard’s best save of the game, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the top-seeded Boston Bruins 1-0 in the opener of their Eastern Conference playoff series Friday night. The Bruins won the Presidents’ Trophy for the best record in the regular season but were locked in a tight game in which neither team had many solid scoring opportunities. The winning goal came when Datsyuk carried the puck from the right side to the left in Boston’s zone and put a 30-footer from near the left circle past goalie Tuukka Rask’s left glove. Right before Datsyuk’s 37th career playoff goal, Howard made a bril-

1-1 (RBI, 2B, SF), Connor Andrews 0-2 (R). Pitcher: Hyrum Sharp (W) 5 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 5 K. SODA SPRINGS—Leading hitters: Deno 1-2, Matyus 1-2 (R), Burgin 1-2 (2B), Hayes 1-2 (SB). Pitcher: Burgin (L) 5 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 6 K. PRESTON 7, SUGAR-SALEM 4 Sugar-Salem 001 002 1—4 5 2 Preston 012 004 x—7 11 3 SUGAR-SALEM—Leading hitters: Karson Hanosky 1-4 (RBI, 2B, SB), Jared Purser 1-3 (R, RBI, 2 SB), Bradley Overson 1-4 (R, 4 SB), C. Speakman 1-3, Hyrum Sharp 1-3. Pitchers: Hanosky 5.1 IP, 8 H, 7 R, 5 ER, 2 BB, 5 K; Sharp 0.2 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 1 K PRESTON—Leading hitters: K. Keller 2-3 (2 R, SB), J. Ebanez 1-3 (R, RBI), J. Parker 2-4 (2 RBIs, 2B), D. Fryar 2-4 (R), A. Burbank 2-3 (2 RBIs, 2B), D. Frayer 1-4 (R, 2B). Pitchers: J. Wade 6 IP, 3 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 10 K; B. Spackman 1 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 0 K.

liant save when Jarome Iginla’s shot from the right point was deflected by Milan Lucic in front of the net. But Howard knocked the puck aside with his glove. Game 2 of the best-of-seven series, the first playoff matchup between the Original Six teams in 57 years, is set for Sunday night in Boston.

Around the NHL CANADIENS 4, LIGHTNING 1: At Tampa, Fla., Rene Bourque had two goals and David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher also scored, leading the Canadiens to the victory. Carey Price stopped 26 shots for Montreal, redeeming himself following a less than stellar performance during a 5-4 overtime win in Game 1.

A second road victory in three nights sends the Canadiens home with a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 3 is Sunday. Bourque and Desharnais scored in the second period after defensive breakdowns left Tampa Bay goaltender Anders Lindback in tough situations. Gallagher made it 3-0 with an unassisted goal in the third period. Price lost his bid for a shutout when Teddy Purcell scored for Tampa Bay with less than two minutes remaining. DUCKS 3, STARS 2 At Anaheim, Calif., Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and an assist while wearing a facemask over his lacerated jaw, Corey Perry scored his first playoff goal in three years, and Anaheim grabbed a 2-0 lead in its first-round series.


From Page B1 he admits he didn’t realize how much defensive attention that would bring. “When you put yourself out there in the roles we were forced to play, your game gets exposed a bit. You see what you still need to work on and what your weaknesses are,” said Hayward, who picked his spots more as the team healed. The team started 1-14 amid injury woes but improved as the season progressed. Point guard Trey Burke started the season on the bench with a broken finger, pressed through a shooting slump and ended with a season-high 32 points in the final game. “I faced a lot of adver-

cost, whether you can play or not. Everything.” Fried looks at his collegiate opportunity similarly, though he was wide-eyed and a little bit blown away Friday, finally accepting his new reality. “Really talented people take a lot for granted, and for guys like me, dreams are only attainable if you are willing to work for it,” Fried said. “I know its real, but it still seems like a dream.” And just what would Martin tell his eighth-grade self who struggled with the motivation to finish that algebra assignment and work ahead? “I would tell him that grades are seriously the first thing. None of this happens without the grades,” Martin said. “Now I’ve been told by coach Moroski that I have a chance to compete for the starting quarterback job, and that’s exactly what I’m gonna do.”

sity, both mentally and on the court, but I think I’ve grown a lot through the course of the season,” said Burke, who averaged 12.8 points and 5.7 assists while shooting 38 percent. As a small guard, he wants to get stronger and become more of a leader. His coach is already a believer. Despite the losses, the team never splintered. Players pointed to Corbin’s positivity and the veteran influence of Marvin Williams and Richard Jefferson. “There was a lot of teaching going on. We all wanted to win but the focus of the year was helping the young guys improve and get experience,” said Jefferson, who hopes to latch on with a championship contender next season.

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BASEBALL MLB glance AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pct GB New York 10 7 .588 — Baltimore 8 7 .533 1 Toronto 9 8 .529 1 Tampa Bay 8 9 .471 2 Boston 7 10 .412 3 Central Division W L Pct GB Detroit 7 6 .538 — Kansas City 8 7 .533 — Minnesota 8 8 .500 ½ Chicago 8 9 .471 1 Cleveland 7 9 .438 1½ West Division W L Pct GB Oakland 11 5 .688 — Texas 10 7 .588 1½ Los Angeles 8 8 .500 3 Seattle 7 9 .438 4 Houston 5 12 .294 6½ Friday’s Games Toronto 3, Cleveland 2 L.A. Angels 11, Detroit 6 Baltimore 8, Boston 4 Tampa Bay 11, N.Y. Yankees 5 Miami 8, Seattle 4 Texas 12, Chicago White Sox 0 Kansas City 5, Minnesota 0 Oakland 11, Houston 3 Today’s Games Toronto (Buehrle 3-0) at Cleveland (Kluber 1-1), 11:05 a.m. L.A. Angels (C.Wilson 2-1) at Detroit (Scherzer 0-1), 11:08 a.m. Baltimore (B.Norris 0-1) at Boston (Doubront 1-2), 11:35 a.m. Minnesota (Correia 0-1) at Kansas City (B.Chen 0-1), 12:10 p.m. Houston (Oberholtzer 0-3) at Oakland (Kazmir 2-0), 2:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Nova 2-1) at Tampa Bay (Archer 1-1), 5:10 p.m. Seattle (Elias 1-1) at Miami (H.Alvarez 0-2), 5:10 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Quintana 1-0) at Texas (Lewis 0-1), 6:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 11 5 .688 — Washington 10 7 .588 1½ New York 8 8 .500 3 Philadelphia 7 9 .438 4 Miami 7 10 .412 4½ Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 12 5 .706 — St. Louis 10 7 .588 2 Pittsburgh 8 9 .471 4 Cincinnati 7 9 .438 4½ Chicago 4 11 .267 7 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 10 6 .625 — San Francisco 10 7 .588 ½ Colorado 9 9 .500 2 San Diego 8 9 .471 2½ Arizona 4 14 .222 7 Friday’s Games Cincinnati 4, Chicago Cubs 1 Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 3 Washington 3, St. Louis 1 Atlanta 6, N.Y. Mets 0 Miami 8, Seattle 4 Colorado 12, Philadelphia 1 San Diego 2, San Francisco 1 Arizona at L.A. Dodgers, (n) Today’s Games St. Louis (Lynn 3-0) at Washington (Zimmermann 1-0), 11:05 a.m. Cincinnati (Cingrani 1-1) at Chicago Cubs (E.Jackson 0-1), 12:20 p.m. Milwaukee (Garza 0-2) at Pittsburgh (W.Rodriguez 0-2), 5:05 p.m. Atlanta (E.Santana 1-0) at N.Y. Mets (Colon 1-2), 5:10 p.m. Seattle (Elias 1-1) at Miami (H.Alvarez 0-2), 5:10 p.m. Arizona (Bolsinger 0-0) at L.A. Dodgers (Haren 2-0), 6:10 p.m. Philadelphia (K.Kendrick 0-1) at Colorado (Lyles 2-0), 6:10 p.m. San Francisco (Hudson 2-0) at San Diego (Stults 0-2), 6:40 p.m.


TODAY’S LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL n Shelley at Blackfoot, 11 a.m. n Skyline at Highland (2), 11 a.m. n Firth, South Fremont at Preston Tournament, TBA HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS n Idaho Falls, Hillcrest at East Idaho Invite, 9 a.m. at City Courts HIGH SCHOOL TRACK AND FIELD n Hillcrest, Madison at Bandanna Invite, Mountain View High School, TBA n Rigby at Oregon Relays, Eugene, Ore., TBA

TODAY’S TV AUTO RACING n Formula One, Chinese Grand Prix, at Shanghai, 12:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Network BOXING n Champion Peter Quillin (30-0-0) vs. Lukas Konecny (50-4-0), for WBO middleweight title; champion Shawn Porter (23-0-1) vs. Paulie Malignaggi (33-5-0), for IBF welterweight title; IBF champion Bernard Hopkins (54-6-2) vs. WBA champion Beibut Shumenov (14-1-0) for IBF/WBA light heavyweight titles, at Washington, 7:30 p.m. on Showtime COLLEGE BASEBALL n Baylor at Kansas St., 6 p.m. on ESPNU GOLF n PGA Tour, The Heritage, third round, at Hilton Head Island, S.C., 11 a.m. on The Golf Channel n PGA Tour, The Heritage, third round, at Hilton Head Island, S.C., 1 p.m. on CBS n Champions Tour, Greater Gwinnett Championship, second round, at Duluth, Ga., 1 p.m. on The Golf Channel n LPGA, LOTTE Championship, final round, at Kapolei, Hawaii, 4:30 p.m. on The Golf Channel MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL n L.A. Angels at Detroit, 11 a.m. on Fox Sports 1 n Houston at Oakland, 2 p.m. on MLB

(x-if necessary) Today Brooklyn at Toronto, 10:30 a.m. Golden State at L.A. Clippers, 1:30 p.m. Atlanta at Indiana, 5 p.m. Memphis at Oklahoma City, 7:30 p.m. Sunday Dallas at San Antonio, 11 a.m. Charlotte at Miami, 1:30 p.m. Washington at Chicago, 4 p.m. Portland at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Monday Memphis at Oklahoma City, 6 p.m. Golden State at L.A. Clippers, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday Atlanta at Indiana, 5 p.m. Brooklyn at Toronto, 6 p.m. Washington at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Charlotte at Miami, 5 p.m. Dallas at San Antonio, 6 p.m. Portland at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 24 Indiana at Atlanta, 5 p.m. Oklahoma City at Memphis, 6 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Golden State, 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 25 Toronto at Brooklyn, 5 p.m. Chicago at Washington, 6 p.m. Houston at Portland, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 26 Indiana at Atlanta, noon San Antonio at Dallas, 2:30 p.m. Miami at Charlotte, 5 p.m. Oklahoma City at Memphis, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 27 Chicago at Washington, 11 a.m. L.A. Clippers at Golden State, 1:30 p.m. Toronto at Brooklyn, 5 p.m. Houston at Portland, 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 28 Miami at Charlotte, 5 p.m. x-Atlanta at Indiana, 6 p.m. San Antonio at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 29 x-Washington at Chicago, TBD x-Memphis at Oklahoma City, TBD x-Golden State at L.A. Clippers, TBD Wednesday, April 30

Network n Philadelphia at Colorado, 6 p.m. on ROOT Sports n Arizona at L.A. Dodgers, 6 p.m. on Fox Sports 1 MIXED MARTIAL ARTS n UFC, middleweights, Brad Tavares (12-2-0) vs. Yoel Romero (7-1-0); lightweights, Donald Cerrone (22-6-0) vs. Edson Barboza (13-1-0); bantamweights, Miesha Tate (13-5-0) vs. Liz Carmouche (8-4-0); heavyweights, Fabricio Werdum (17-5-1) vs. Travis Browne (16-1-1), at Orlando, Fla., 6 p.m. on Fox NBA BASKETBALL n Playoffs, first round, Game 1, Brooklyn at Toronto, 10:30 a.m. on ESPN n Playoffs, first round, Game 1, Golden State at L.A. Clippers, 1:30 p.m. on ABC n Playoffs, first round, Game 1, Atlanta at Indiana, 5 p.m. on ESPN n Playoffs, first round, Game 1, Memphis at Oklahoma City, 9:30 p.m. on ESPN NHL HOCKEY n Playoffs, conference quarterfinals, Game 2, Chicago at St. Louis, 1 p.m. on NBC n Playoffs, conference quarterfinals, Game 2, Columbus at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m. on NBC Sports Network n Playoffs, conference quarterfinals, Game 2, Minnesota at Colorado, 7:30 p.m. on NBC Sports Network SOCCER n Premier League, Fulham at Tottenham, 5:40 a.m. on NBC Sports Network n Premier League, Stoke City at Cardiff City, 7:55 a.m. on NBC Sports Network n Premier League, Sunderland at Chelsea, 10:30 a.m. on NBC n MLS, New England at Chicago, 2 p.m. on NBC Sports Network

TODAY’S RADIO HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL n Atlanta at N.Y. Mets, 4 p.m. on 980 AM and 105.1 FM NBA PLAYOFFS n Golden State at L.A. Clippers, 12:30 p.m. on 980 AM and 105.1 FM

x-Charlotte at Miami, TBD x-Brooklyn at Toronto, TBD x-Dallas at San Antonio, TBD x-Portland at Houston, TBD Thursday, May 1 x-Indiana at Atlanta, TBD x-Chicago at Washington, TBD x-Oklahoma City at Memphis, TBD x-L.A. Clippers at Golden State, TBD Friday, May 2 x-Miami at Charlotte, TBD x-Toronto at Brooklyn, TBD x-San Antonio at Dallas, TBD x-Houston at Portland, TBD Saturday, May 3 x-Atlanta at Indiana, TBD x-Washington at Chicago, TBD x-Memphis at Oklahoma City, TBD x-Golden State at L.A. Clippers, TBD Sunday, May 4 x-Charlotte at Miami, TBD x-Brooklyn at Toronto, TBD x-Dallas at San Antonio, TBD x-Portland at Houston, TBD

HOCKEY NHL playoff glance (x-if necessary) FIRST ROUND (Best-of-7) Wednesday Montreal 5, Tampa Bay 4, OT, Montreal leads series 1-0 Pittsburgh 4, Columbus 3, Pittsburgh leads series 1-0 Anaheim 4, Dallas 3, Anaheim leads series 1-0 Thursday N.Y. Rangers 4, Philadelphia 1, N.Y. Rangers lead series 1-0 St. Louis 4, Chicago 3, 3OT, St. Louis leads series 1-0 Colorado 5, Minnesota 4, OT, Colorado leads series 1-0 San Jose 6, Los Angeles 3, San Jose leads series 1-0

MLB roundup Friday Montreal at Tampa Bay, 5 p.m. Detroit at Boston, 5:30 p.m. Dallas at Anaheim, 8 p.m. Today Chicago at St. Louis, 1 p.m. Columbus at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m. Minnesota at Colorado, 7:30 p.m. Sunday Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, 10 a.m. Detroit at Boston, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Montreal, 5 p.m. Los Angeles at San Jose, 8 p.m. Monday Pittsburgh at Columbus, 5 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 5 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. Anaheim at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Tampa Bay at Montreal, 5 p.m. Boston at Detroit, 5:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. San Jose at Los Angeles, 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 23 Pittsburgh at Columbus, 5 p.m. Anaheim at Dallas, 6 p.m. St. Louis at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 24 x-Montreal at Tampa Bay, 5 p.m. Boston at Detroit, 6 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Los Angeles, 8:30 p.m. Friday, April 25 N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 5 p.m. x-Chicago at St. Louis, 6 p.m. x-Dallas at Anaheim, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, April 26 x-Detroit at Boston, 1 p.m. x-Columbus at Pittsburgh, TBD x-Minnesota at Colorado, TBD x-Los Angeles at San Jose, TBD Sunday, April 27 x-Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, 10 a.m. x-St. Louis at Chicago, 1 p.m. x-Tampa Bay at Montreal, TBD x-Anaheim at Dallas, TBD Monday, April 28 x-Boston at Detroit, TBD x-Pittsburgh at Columbus, TBD x-Colorado at Minnesota, TBD x-San Jose at Los Angeles, TBD Tuesday, April 29 x-Montreal at Tampa Bay, TBD x-N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, TBD x-Chicago at St. Louis, TBD x-Dallas at Anaheim, TBD Wednesday, April 30 x-Columbus at Pittsburgh, TBD x-Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, TBD x-Minnesota at Colorado, TBD x-Los Angeles at San Jose, TBD

AUTO RACING NASCAR Sprint Cup 2014 SCHEDULE Feb. 15 — x-Sprint Unlimited (Denny Hamlin) Feb. 20 — x-Budweiser Duel 2 (Denny Hamlin) Feb. 20 — x-Budweiser Duel 1 (Matt Kenseth) Feb. 23 — Daytona 500 (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) March 2 — The Profit on CNBC 500 (Kevin Harvick) March 9 — Kobalt 400 (Brad Keselowski) March 16 — Food City 500 (Carl Edwards) March 23 — Auto Club 400 (Kyle Busch) March 30 — STP 500 (Kurt Busch) April 7 — Duck Commander 500 (Joey Logano) April 12 — Bojangles’ Southern 500 (Kevin Harvick) April 26 — Toyota Owners 400, Richmond, Va. May 4 — Aaron’s 499, Talladega, Ala. May 10 — Kansas 400, Kansas City, Kan. May 16 — x-Sprint Showdown, Concord, N.C. May 17 — x-NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, Concord, N.C. May 25 — Coca-Cola 600, Concord, N.C. June 1 — FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks, Dover, Del. June 8 — Pocono 400, Long Pond, Pa. June 15 — Quicken Loans 400, Brooklyn, Mich. June 22 — Toyota/Save Mart 350, Sonoma, Calif. June 28 — Quaker State 400, Sparta, Ky. July 5 — Coke Zero 400, Daytona Beach, Fla. July 13 — Camping World RV Sales 301, Loudon, N.H. July 27 — Crown Royal Presents The Your Hero’s Name Here 400 at The Brickyard, Indianapolis

Aug. 3 — 400, Long Pond, Pa. Aug. 10 — Cheez-It 355 at The Glen, Watkins Glen, N.Y. Aug. 17 — Pure Michigan 400, Brooklyn, Mich. Aug. 23 — Irwin Tools Night Race, Bristol, Tenn. Aug. 31 — Atlanta 500, Hampton, Ga. Sept. 6 — Federated Auto Parts 400, Richmond, Va. Sept. 14 — Chicagoland 400, Joliet, Ill. Sept. 21 — Osram Sylvania 300, Loudon, N.H. Sept. 28 — AAA 400, Dover, Del. Oct. 5 — Hollywood Casino 400, Kansas City, Kan. Oct. 11 — Bank of America 500, Concord, N.C. Oct. 19 — GEICO 500, Talladega, Ala. Oct. 26 — Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500, Ridgeway, Va. Nov. 2 — AAA Texas 500, Fort Worth, Texas Nov. 9 — Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500, Avondale, Ariz. Nov. 16 — Ford EcoBoost 400, Homestead, Fla. x-non-points race

GOLF PGA Tour RBC Heritage Friday At Harbour Town Golf Links Hilton Head, S.C. Purse: $5.8 million Yardage: 7,101; Par 71 (36-35) Partial Second Round a-denotes amateur K.J. Choi 70-67—137 -5 Scott Langley 66-73—139 -3 Luke Donald 70-69—139 -3 Billy Hurley III 70-69—139 -3 Nicholas Thompson 70-70—140 -2 Geoff Ogilvy 72-68—140 -2 Charl Schwartzel 70-70—140 -2 Tim Herron 69-72—141 -1 Brian Stuard 69-72—141 -1 Kevin Streelman 69-72—141 -1 Harris English 68-73—141 -1 William McGirt 66-76—142 E Chris Stroud 71-71—142 E Stewart Cink 70-72—142 E Charles Howell III 69-73—142 E a-Matthew Fitzpatrick 71-71—142 E Camilo Villegas 72-71—143 +1 John Mallinger 69-74—143 +1 J.B. Holmes 72-71—143 +1 Ken Duke 72-71—143 +1 Jordan Spieth 69-74—143 +1 Patrick Reed 71-72—143 +1 Tim Clark 72-71—143 +1 Pat Perez 74-69—143 +1 Andrew Loupe 70-73—143 +1 Briny Baird 72-72—144 +2 Jonathan Byrd 71-73—144 +2 Zach Johnson 71-73—144 +2 Jason Kokrak 71-73—144 +2 Robert Garrigus 71-74—145 +3 Ryo Ishikawa 77-68—145 +3 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 74-71—145 +3 Ricky Barnes 72-73—145 +3 Erik Compton 70-75—145 +3 Kevin Kisner 73-72—145 +3 David Toms 73-73—146 +4 Brendon Todd 75-71—146 +4 James Hahn 72-74—146 +4 Mark Anderson 71-75—146 +4 Charlie Beljan 73-74—147 +5 Josh Teater 74-73—147 +5 Mike Weir 73-74—147 +5 Brendon de Jonge 72-75—147 +5 Aaron Baddeley 71-76—147 +5 Kevin Chappell 75-72—147 +5 a-Hunter Stewart 74-73—147 +5 Danny Lee 72-76—148 +6 Jim Renner 75-73—148 +6 Charlie Wi 73-75—148 +6 Lucas Glover 69-79—148 +6 Marc Leishman 72-76—148 +6 Kevin Na 72-76—148 +6 Tom Watson 75-73—148 +6 Chad Collins 73-75—148 +6 Mark Wilson 74-75—149 +7 Hideki Matsuyama 71-79—150 +8 Davis Love III 70-80—150 +8 Kyle Stanley 77-73—150 +8 Jason Bohn 74-76—150 +8 Kevin Tway 70-80—150 +8 Bryce Molder 74-78—152 +10 Martin Laird 72-81—153 +11 James Driscoll 77-76—153 +11 Russell Henley 76-78—154 +12 Ben Curtis 79-76—155 +13

MLB Box Scores NATIONAL LEAGUE Reds 4, Cubs 1 Cincinnati Chicago ab r h bi BHmltn cf 4 0 1 1 Bonifac 2b Votto 1b 3 0 0 0 Lake lf Phillips 2b 2 0 1 0 Rizzo 1b RSantg 2b 3 0 0 0 Schrhlt rf Bruce rf 5 1 1 0 SCastro ss Frazier 3b 3 1 0 0 Sweeny cf Ludwck lf 3 1 2 0 Castillo c Berndn lf 0 0 0 0 Valuen 3b Mesorc c 3 1 1 0 Smrdzj p Cozart ss 4 0 1 1 Kalish ph Simon p 3 0 0 0 Grimm p LeCure p 0 0 0 0 Russell p MParr p 0 0 0 0 Ruggin ph N.Soto ph 1 0 1 0 Broxtn p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 4 8 2 Totals

ab r h bi 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 33 1 6 1

Cincinnati 000 012 010—4 Chicago 000 000 100—1 E—Frazier (3), Bonifacio (2), Castillo (1). LOB— Cincinnati 9, Chicago 8. 2B—B.Hamilton (2), Bruce (2), Castillo (2). SB—B.Hamilton (5), Votto (1), Frazier (2), Mesoraco (1), N.Soto (1). S—B. Hamilton. IP H R ER BB SO Cincinnati Simon W,2-1 6 4 1 0 2 3 LeCure H,2 1 1-3 1 0 0 0 3 M.Parra H,2 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 Broxton S,2-2 1 0 0 0 1 2 Chicago Samardzija L,0-2 7 6 3 1 2 7 Grimm 1 1 1 1 1 1 Russell 1 1 0 0 1 2 Simon pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. WP—Samardzija, Grimm. T—3:09. A—28,699 (41,072).

Nationals 3, Cardinals 1 St. Louis Washington ab r h bi ab r h bi MCrpnt 3b 3 0 0 0 Rendon 3b 4 1 1 1 JhPerlt ss 3 0 0 0 Harper lf 4 0 1 0 Rosnthl p 0 0 0 0 Werth rf 4 0 0 0 Hollidy lf 4 0 0 0 LaRoch 1b 3 0 1 0 Craig 1b 4 1 2 0 Dsmnd ss 3 1 1 0 YMolin c 4 0 1 0 Espinos 2b 3 1 1 0 M.Ellis 2b 3 0 1 1 McLoth cf 3 0 0 0 Roinsn rf 4 0 0 0 Loaton c 3 0 0 0 Bourjos cf 3 0 0 0 GGnzlz p 2 0 0 0 Wacha p 2 0 0 0 Walters ph 1 0 0 0 Jay ph 1 0 1 0 Clipprd p 0 0 0 0 Descals ss 0 0 0 0 Storen p 0 0 0 0 RSorin p 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 5 1 Totals 30 3 5 1 St. Louis 000 100 000—1 Washington 001 000 20x—3 E—Y.Molina (2), M.Carpenter 2 (3). DP—St. Louis 1, Washington 1. LOB—St. Louis 6, Washington 3. 2B—Craig (2), Jay (2). HR—Rendon (3). IP H R ER BB SO St. Louis Wacha L,2-1 7 5 3 1 0 7 Rosenthal 1 0 0 0 0 1 Washington G.Gonzalez W,3-1 7 4 1 1 1 7 Clippard H,5 1-3 1 0 0 1 0 Storen H,3 2-3 0 0 0 0 0 R.Soriano S,4-4 1 0 0 0 1 0 WP—Wacha. T—2:32. A—31,237 (41,408).

Braves 6, Mets 0 Atlanta New York ab r h bi Smmns ss 5 0 1 0 EYong lf BUpton cf 4 2 2 0 DnMrp 2b Fremn 1b 5 1 2 2 DWrght 3b J.Upton lf 2 1 1 1 Grndrs rf Gattis c 4 0 0 0 CYoung cf Uggla 2b 4 1 2 0 Duda 1b CJhnsn 3b 4 1 3 1 dArnad c Doumit rf 3 0 0 0 Tejada ss JSchafr rf 1 0 1 1 Niese p Harang p 3 0 0 0 Niwnhs ph Pstrnck ph 1 0 0 0 CTorrs p Avilan p 0 0 0 0 ABrwn ph JWaldn p 0 0 0 0 Germn p Rice p Famili p Totals 36 6 12 5 Totals

ab r h bi 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 0 1 0

Atlanta 010 000 041—6 New York 000 000 000—0 E—d’Arnaud (1). DP—New York 1. LOB—Atlanta 8, New York 7. 2B—Freeman (5), Uggla (3), C. Johnson 2 (6), J.Schafer (1). HR—Freeman (5). S—E.Young. SF—J.Upton. IP H R ER BB SO Atlanta Harang W,3-1 7 0 0 0 6 5 Avilan 1 1 0 0 0 2 J.Walden 1 0 0 0 0 1 New York Niese L,0-2 6 4 1 1 3 7 C.Torres 1 1 0 0 0 1 Germen 2-3 4 4 4 1 0 Rice 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Familia 1 2 1 1 0 0 T—2:55. A—33,199 (41,922).

Padres 2, Giants 1

Brewers 5, Pirates 3

San Francisco 000 000 001—1 San Diego 100 000 01x—2 DP—San Francisco 1, San Diego 1. LOB—San Francisco 5, San Diego 4. 2B—Pagan (5). 3B— Denorfia (2). HR—Belt (6), Grandal (1). SB—Pagan (3), Belt (1), Pence (4). IP H R ER BB SO San Francisco M.Cain L,0-3 7 4 1 0 2 8 J.Gutierrez 1 1 1 1 0 0 San Diego T.Ross W,2-2 8 4 0 0 1 9 Street S,6-6 1 1 1 1 1 3 PB—H.Sanchez. T—2:35. A—34,839 (42,302).

Milwaukee Pittsburgh ab r h bi ab r h bi CGomz cf 5 1 2 2 Marte lf 4 1 1 0 Segura ss 5 0 1 0 RMartn c 4 0 2 2 Braun rf 4 1 1 0 AMcCt cf 3 0 1 1 ArRmr 3b 2 1 0 0 PAlvrz 3b 5 0 0 0 KDavis lf 3 0 0 0 NWalkr 2b 4 0 0 0 WSmith p 0 0 0 0 GSnchz 1b 4 0 0 0 Hndrsn p 0 0 0 0 Tabata rf 3 0 0 0 FrRdrg p 0 0 0 0 Pimntl p 0 0 0 0 MrRynl 1b 4 1 2 0 JHrrsn ph-ss 1 0 1 0 Gennett 2b 4 1 1 2 Mercer ss 1 1 1 0 Maldnd c 3 0 3 1 Barmes ss 2 1 0 0 Lohse p 2 0 0 0 Ishikaw ph 1 0 0 0 Thrnrg p 0 0 0 0 JuWlsn p 0 0 0 0 EHerrr lf 1 0 0 0 Morton p 1 0 0 0 Snider rf 1 0 0 0 Totals 33 5 10 5 Totals 34 3 6 3 Milwaukee 000 311 000—5 Pittsburgh 101 000 100—3 E—Mar.Reynolds (1), Maldonado (1), C.Gomez (1), Segura (2). DP—Pittsburgh 1. LOB—Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 11. 2B—Braun (3), Gennett (3), A.McCutchen (5). HR—C.Gomez (5). SB—Marte (6). CS—Segura (4). S—Lohse, Morton. IP H R ER BB SO Milwaukee Lohse W,3-1 6 1-3 4 3 1 3 5 Thornburg H,2 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 W.Smith H,4 2-3 1 0 0 0 1 Henderson H,2 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 Fr.Rodriguez S,5-5 1 0 0 0 1 1 Pittsburgh Morton L,0-2 6 8 5 5 2 3 Pimentel 2 1 0 0 1 2 Ju.Wilson 1 1 0 0 0 1 HBP—by W.Smith (N.Walker), by Morton (K.Davis, Ar.Ramirez). T—3:07. A—31,564 (38,362).

Rockies 12, Phillies 1 Philadelphia Colorado ab r h bi ab r h bi Revere cf 4 0 0 0 Blckmn rf 5 2 3 1 Rollins ss 3 0 0 0 Stubbs cf 5 3 3 0 Utley 2b 4 0 0 0 CGnzlz lf 3 1 1 0 Howard 1b 4 0 0 0 Barnes lf 1 1 1 0 Byrd rf 3 0 0 0 Tlwtzk ss 3 2 3 5 DBrwn lf 3 0 0 0 Bettis p 0 0 0 0 Rosnrg p 0 0 0 0 Dickrsn ph 1 1 1 0 Ruiz c 3 1 0 0 Belisle p 0 0 0 0 Asche 3b 3 0 1 0 Mornea 1b 5 1 1 2 Pettion p 1 0 0 0 Rosario c 5 0 2 3 Nix ph 1 0 1 1 Arenad 3b 5 0 1 1 MAdms p 0 0 0 0 LeMahi 2b 5 1 2 0 Hollnds p 0 0 0 0 Chatwd p 3 0 0 0 Manshp p 0 0 0 0 Rtledg ph-ss 1 0 0 0 GwynJ lf 1 0 0 0 Totals 30 1 2 1 Totals 42 12 18 12 Philadelphia 000 010 000—1 Colorado 430 101 12x—12 E—Arenado (3). LOB—Philadelphia 3, Colorado 9. 2B—Tulowitzki (5), Morneau (5), Rosario (4). HR—Tulowitzki (2). IP H R ER BB SO Philadelphia Pettibone L,0-1 4 9 8 8 2 1 Mi.Adams 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hollands 1 3 1 1 0 1 Manship 2-3 2 1 1 1 0 Rosenberg 1 1-3 4 2 2 0 1 Colorado Chatwood W,1-0 7 2 1 0 1 6 Bettis 1 0 0 0 0 0 Belisle 1 0 0 0 0 1 T—2:48. A—35,705 (50,480).

San Francisco San Diego ab r h bi Pagan cf 4 0 2 0 ECarer ss Blanco lf 4 0 0 0 Denorfi rf Belt 1b 4 1 2 1 S.Smith lf Sandovl 3b 4 0 1 0 Gyorko 2b Pence rf 2 0 0 0 Venale cf HSnchz c 4 0 0 0 Alonso 1b BCrwfr ss 3 0 0 0 Amarst 3b Adrianz 2b 2 0 0 0 Rivera c Morse ph 1 0 0 0 T.Ross p Arias 2b 0 0 0 0 Grandl ph M.Cain p 2 0 0 0 Street p Posey ph 1 0 0 0 JGutrrz p 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 5 1 Totals

ab r h bi 4 0 0 0 4 1 2 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 28 2 5 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE Blue Jays 3, Indians 2 Toronto Cleveland ab r h bi MeCarr lf 5 1 4 0 Bourn cf Kawsk 2b 3 0 1 1 Swisher 1b Diaz ss 0 0 0 0 Kipnis 2b Bautist dh 3 0 0 0 CSantn 3b Encrnc 1b 4 0 1 1 Brantly lf Navarr c 4 0 0 0 ACarer ss Rasms cf 4 1 1 0 DvMrp rf Lawrie 3b 4 0 1 1 YGoms c Sierra rf 4 0 0 0 Chsnhll dh Goins ss-2b 3 1 1 0 Totals 34 3 9 3 Totals

ab r h bi 5 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 4 1 3 0 4 1 1 2 5 0 1 0 4 0 1 0 3 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 37 2 10 2

Toronto 000 100 200—3 Cleveland 000 002 000—2 E—Y.Gomes (5). DP—Cleveland 1. LOB—Toronto 9, Cleveland 12. 2B—Rasmus (5), Chisenhall (5). 3B—A.Cabrera (1). HR—C.Santana (1). SB—Brantley (2). S—Kawasaki. IP H R ER BB SO Toronto Hutchison 5 1-3 8 2 2 0 9 Delabar W,1-0 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 Cecil H,6 1 1 0 0 1 2 Wagner H,4 1 0 0 0 0 0 Santos S,5-6 1 1 0 0 2 2 Cleveland Masterson 6 1-3 6 2 2 2 9 Rzczyski L,0-1 BS,1-1 0 2 1 1 0 0 Allen 2-3 1 0 0 1 0 Atchison 1 0 0 0 0 2 Outman 2-3 0 0 0 1 1 C.Lee 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Rzepczynski pitched to 2 batters in the 7th. WP—Masterson. T—3:15. A—16,335 (42,487).

Orioles 8, Red Sox 4 Baltimore Boston ab r h bi Markks rf 5 2 2 1 GSizmr lf DYong lf 4 1 1 0 Nava rf Lough lf 0 0 0 0 Pedroia 2b C.Davis 1b 4 1 0 0 Napoli dh A.Jones cf 5 0 2 1 Carp 1b N.Cruz dh 4 1 1 2 Bogarts ss Wieters c 4 0 1 1 Przyns c Hardy ss 5 1 2 1 BrdlyJr cf Lmrdzz 2b 5 1 2 0 Holt 3b Schoop 3b 5 1 4 2 Totals 41 8 15 8 Totals

ab r h bi 5 0 1 0 5 1 1 0 4 1 1 1 5 1 1 0 4 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 4 0 2 1 37 4 11 4

Baltimore 103 020 101—8 Boston 000 120 100—4 DP—Boston 1. LOB—Baltimore 11, Boston 12. 2B—Markakis 2 (3), Schoop 2 (6), Nava (2), Napoli (3), Carp (2). SB—A.Jones (1). CS—Wieters (1). IP H R ER BB SO Baltimore Tillman W,2-1 5 7 3 3 4 5 Matusz H,2 2 2-3 4 1 1 0 2

O’Day S,1-1 1 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Boston Lackey L,2-2 5 1-3 10 6 6 4 6 A.Miller 2-3 0 0 0 0 1 Badenhop 2 3 1 1 1 1 Mujica 1 2 1 1 0 0 HBP—by Matusz (Pierzynski). WP—Lackey. T—3:26. A—36,408 (37,499).

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Harang shuts down Mets ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Aaron Harang threw no-hit ball for seven innings but was pulled after 121 pitches, and reliever Luis Avilan gave up David Wright’s two-out single in the eighth as the Atlanta Braves beat the New York Mets 6-0 Friday night. As Harang’s pitch count increased on a chilly evening, it seemed doubtful manager Fredi Gonzalez would let him go the distance. Harang worked around six walks, including two in the sixth inning and another pair in the seventh. Harang (3-1) left for a pinch hitter during a long, four-run eighth. He was never in the on-deck circle — the decision had already been made that he was done. Jordan Walden completed the combined one-hitter.

Around the Majors

BREWERS 5, PIRATES 3: At Pittsburgh, Kyle Lohse pitched effectively into the seventh inning and Carlos Gomez homered to lead Milwaukee past Pittsburgh. REDS 4, CUBS 1: At Chicago, Alfredo Simon lowered his ERA to 0.86, and Cincinnati won for the 16th time in its last 17 games at Wrigley Field. NATIONALS 3, CARDINALS 1: At Washington, Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina’s throwing error combined with Michael Wacha’s wild pitch to allow two unearned runs in the seventh inning, breaking a tie and helping Gio Gonzalez and Washington get the win. PADRES 2, GIANTS 1: At San Diego, Tyson Ross held the San Francisco Giants to four hits and struck out nine in eight scoreless innings, and San Diego handed Matt Cain his third straight loss. ROCKIES 12, PHILLIES 1: At Denver, Troy Tulowitzki hit a three-run home run after No. 3 hitter Carlos Gonzalez was intentionally walked in front of him, Tyler Chatwood pitched seven strong innings for his first win of the season, and Colorado routed Philadelphia. MARLINS 8, MARINERS 4: At Miami, Giancarlo Stanton hit a grand slam with none out in the ninth inning, and Miami took advantage of an overturned call on a replay review to beat Seattle. ANGELS 11, TIGERS 6: At Detroit, Albert Pujols hit his 497th home run and Howie Kendrick added two of his own to lead the Los Angeles Angels to an 11-6 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night. RAYS 11, YANKEES 5: At St. Petersburg, Fla., James Loney drove in four runs and Tampa Bay overcame a fourrun deficit to beat New York, stopping a four-game skid. ORIOLES 8, RED SOX 4: At Boston, Jonathan Schoop went 4 for 5 with two doubles and two RBIs as Baltimore roughed up Boston starter John Lackey. RANGERS 12, WHITE SOX 0: At Arlington, Texas, Martin Perez pitched a three-hitter for his first career shutout, Leonys Martin drove in four runs and Texas routed Chicago. ROYALS 5, TWINS 0: At Kansas City, Mo., Jason Vargas pitched seven sharp innings, Mike Moustakas cracked a two-run homer and Kansas City romped to a victory over Minnesota. BLUE JAYS 3, INDIANS 2: At Clevelant, Melky Cabrera had four hits and scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning on Edwin Encarnacion’s single, and Toronto held on to beat Cleveland.

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Saturday, April 19, 2014



NBA playoffs looking more wide-open B y TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer

MIAMI (AP) — Before the season started, a poll suggested that the Miami Heat were the overwhelming favorite to win the NBA title, collecting a whopping 76 percent of ballots cast. The voters weren’t some know-nothings, either. No, this was a polling of NBA general managers. Things seem quite a bit different now. The Heat don’t seem like locks for a third straight title anymore. San Antonio and Indiana are top seeds. Brooklyn, Chicago, the Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City, Golden State, Houston, Portland and the Heat all figure to have a legitimate chance at being the club to hoist the Larry O’Brien Trophy in a couple of months. Usually, the NBA playoffs aren’t so wide open. Things might change over the next couple of months. “There are 16 teams that have a chance to win it,” said Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks, whose team is seeded No. 2 in the West. “If you’re in the playoffs, you have a chance. There are some good teams. Any team can beat each other. The West is deep. There are two teams that are really good that didn’t make it and had great years. It’s

definitely open. There’s a lot of good basketball teams that are fighting for the championship.” For as good as San Antonio and Indiana were all year — well, for most of the year in Indiana’s case, before the Pacers faltered down the stretch — it’s never a certainty that the No. 1 seeds reach the NBA Finals. It’s happened that way only 11 times in the last 35 years. Then again, the last time that there wasn’t either a No. 1 or a No. 2 in the title series was 1978. So while upsets can happen, it’s not all that common to see bracket craziness — akin to a No. 7 and No. 8 seeds Connecticut and Kentucky playing for the NCAA title earlier this month — happening in the same NBA playoff season. “It is going to be tremendous from a fans’ standpoint, watching,” Golden State coach Mark Jackson said. “It going to be a lot of fun.” Brooklyn’s Jason Kidd has plenty of postseason experience as a player. He believes the NBA championship is up for grabs, but also probably knows history doesn’t favor his sixth-seeded club. Since 1979, only five teams seeded No. 4 or lower in their conference

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From left, San Antonio Spurs’ Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Danny Green and Marco Belinelli take part in a team photo before an NBA game against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday in San Antonio. have reached the finals. But Kidd sees reason for hope. “It’s always wide open,” said Kidd, the first-year coach of the Nets — a veteran-laden team put together to win a title this season. “You guys sometimes limit it to just two teams but guys that are playing on a daily basis in the Western Conference and the Eastern Conference feel like they’ve got a chance.”

This year, that doesn’t just seem like coach speak. Take the East. On paper, the biggest mismatch is No. 1 Indiana against No. 8 Atlanta, especially because the Hawks are the only sub.500 team in the playoffs. And just a couple weeks ago, the Hawks went to Indianapolis and absolutely embarrassed the Pacers, running out to a 32-point halftime lead in one of the

more stunning games of the entire NBA season. “There’s some good teams out there,” Pacers coach Frank Vogel said. “Every team in the playoffs have given us some problems. We’ve been able to win against them as well. But it’s certainly shaped out to be a good conference.” No. 5 Washington won the season series over No.


two games every Saturday beginning May 3. For information and registration forms, email threenout@ or call Mike Henricksen at 681-9474.


BRIEFLY Hysteria softball tryouts scheduled Hysteria softball will hold tryouts for its 10U, 12U and 14U divisions from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. April 26 at Elk Field in Tautphaus Park. For information, call Traci Wilkinson at 339-0665.

Storm softball to hold tryouts

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K.J. Choi tees from No. 10 during the second round of the RBC Heritage golf tournament Friday at Harbour Town Golf Links in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island, S.C.

Choi leads RBC Heritage HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) — K.J. Choi’s early tee time and quick start moved him to the top of the rain-delayed RBC Heritage on Friday. Choi shot a 67 to get to 5-under 137, one stroke ahead of Robert Allenby and two in front of a group led by former world No. 1 Luke Donald as the second round was suspended because of heavy storms. Allenby was among 65 players still on the course when the rain hit Harbour Town Golf Links. Officials delayed the round shortly before 3 p.m. and then sent everyone home until Saturday morning after waiting

through about 90 minutes of steady, heavy rain. Allenby has 13 holes to finish when play resumes Saturday morning. Donald shot a 69 and joined Billy Hurley III (69) and first-round tri-leader Scott Langley (73) in the clubhouse two shots behind Choi. Bo Van Pelt and Ben Martin were also at 3 under early in their rounds. Masters contenders Matt Kuchar and 20-yearold Jordan Spieth faltered after their strong starts at Harbour Town. Kuchar, who tied for fifth last week at the year’s first major, had a pair of

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double bogeys on his first six holes before the rains came and stood four shots behind Choi. Spieth, a Masters rookie who tied for second at Augusta National, had a 74 and was at 1-over 143 — good enough to make the projected cut of 4 over, but well off his opening 69. Kuchar, the world’s sixth-ranked player, probably wished the storm had arrived sooner. His tee shot found water on the par-3 fourth hole for a double bogey. He sent his drive out of bounds on No. 6 to drop two more shots.

Around the PGA LPGA TOUR: At Kapolei, Hawaii, Angela Stanford shot a 5-under 67 to open a fourstroke lead after three rounds of the LPGA LOTTE Championship. CHAMPIONS TOUR: At Duluth, Ga., Miguel Angel Jimenez made a dramatic Champions Tour debut, setting a tournament record with a first-round 65 in the soggy Greater Gwinnett Championship. SENIOR PGA PROFESSIONAL: At Port St. Lucie, Fla., Gene Fieger won the Senior PGA Professional National Championship, closing with a 3-under 69 for a sixstroke victory. EUROPEAN TOUR: At Kuala Lumpur, Lee Westwood jumped out to a fourshot lead and Pablo Larrazabal jumped into a water hazard to escape hornets during the second round of the Malaysian Open.

Storm softball will hold tryouts for its U12, U14 and U16 teams from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at the Skyline High School softball field. For information, call Tammy Sorensen at 6800715.

Hillcrest American Legion sets tryouts Tryouts for the Idaho Falls Knights American Legion baseball team will begin at 6 p.m. Monday at the Hillcrest High School baseball field. For information, contact coach Ferguson at 709-7499.

Skyline American Legion tryouts set Skyline American Legion Baseball tryouts will begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Skyline High School baseball field. All players living in the Skyline High School boundary ages 14 through 18 interested in playing Legion Baseball must attend this tryout. For information, contact Michael Whyte at 5209267.

Bonneville Legion tryouts upcoming American Legion baseball tryouts will be held for Bonneville High School players starting at 6 p.m. Monday at the high school. For information, call Bonneville American Legion representative John Witbeck at 351-2136.

7-on-7 FB league taking registrations 3-n-Out’s youth 7-on7 football passing league is accepting registrations through Sunday for the 2014 spring season. This is a noncontact passing league for athletes in grades four through nine. The fee is $50 per player. Each team will play

Madison softball camp scheduled The Madison High School softball players and coaches will host a softball camp for players in kindergarten through eighth grade girls from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday at the Madison Junior High gyms. The cost is $35 and includes a T-shirt. To pre-register, email Mandy Munns at Players can also register at the door.

I.F. golf leagues begin sign-ups Various golf leagues in Idaho Falls will be holding sign-ups this month. The Idaho Falls Women’s Morning League will hold sign-ups at 10 a.m. April 29 at Pinecrest. The Pinecrest/ Sand Creek Chapman League and the Sage Lakes Chapman League will begin play later this month. For information or to sign up for a league, visit and look under “leagues and associations.”

Madison 3-on-3 b-ball tourney on tap The Madison Mayhem 3-on-3 basketball tournament, hosted by the Madison High School girls basketball team, is scheduled for May 2 and 3 at the high school. The team registration fee is $100 before Sunday and $110 after that. The entry deadline is Friday. There will be boys and girls age divisions for fourth/fifth grade, sixth/ seventh grade, eighth/ninth grade, varsity, men’s and women’s open (current high school seniors and older) and 40 and older. For information, contact Shalaina Tyler at 589-9182 or or ZoAnn Keck at 716-1047 or Information is also available at isonbobcatsgirlsbasketball.

Skyline donkey b-ball fundraiser set The Skyline High School and Skyline area youth baseball will hold a donkey basketball fundraiser at 7 p.m. Friday at Eagle Rock Middle School. Teams will include Skyline

4 Chicago. Out West, the third-seeded Clippers and sixth-seeded Golden State split four meetings. Memphis ousted Oklahoma City a year ago and those clubs meet in the first round. And San Antonio’s quest to avenge last year’s loss in the NBA Finals starts against Dallas — the last team to beat Miami in a seven-game series, winning the title in 2011. So there are some good stories, and there’s intrigue with every first-round series. That doesn’t mean everyone in the league thinks it’ll be a year laden with surprises. Philadelphia coach Brett Brown put it simply — to him, the game changes in the playoffs, period. “The regular season and the playoffs are like two different sports,” Brown said. “If you put me in a bubble and you drag me out in May, I can say this is different than the game I’m seeing in November. It’s just entirely different.” That’s why Brown, a former Spurs assistant, thinks there’s a very small number of teams capable of winning it all. “To be the last man standing is so ridiculously hard,” Brown said. “People have no idea what it’s like to play in June.”

students, faculty and local business owners. Tickets in advance are $8 for adults, $6 for students in grades 7 through 12 and $4 for students in kindergarten through sixth grade, and those tickets can be purchased at the Skyline main office. Tickets cost an additional dollar at the door.

Salmon 3-on-3 tourney scheduled Salmon High School will host a 3-on-3 basketball tournament April 25 and 26 at the high school. The tournament is double-elimination with four players per team. The divisions are: Open (18 and over), high school boys, high school girls, seventh-/eighth-graders and fifth-/sixth-graders. The cost is $80 for adult teams and $60 for the other divisions. For information or entry forms, email or call Jim Bob at 940-0119 or 940-0006 or Camille at 9400935. Proceeds will benefit the Salmon basketball program.

Madison softball season upcoming The Madison Girls Softball Association is preparing for the upcoming season. The league has 6U T-ball, 8U coachpitch, 10U player/coachpitch and 12U player-pitch leagues that play Tuesdays, Thursdays, and/or Fridays during May. Registration forms are available at or can be forwarded by email. Contact Mandy Munns at or 709-0115 for information.

Cal Ripken, Babe Ruth seeks umpires The local Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth baseball leagues are looking for umpires. Anyone interested in umpiring games should call Paul Meng at 313-6227.

I.F. Women’s Golf Assoc. meeting set The Idaho Falls Women’s Golf Association will hold its season-opening meeting at 10 a.m. April 29 at Pinecrest Golf Course. All players are invited regardless of playing ability. Players can pay their dues and pick up a schedule during the meeting, and there will be optional play following at 11 a.m. For information, call Pinecrest Golf Course at 612-8485.


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yaLe CReeK Cabin • 1600 Sq. Ft. • New Roof • 3 Bedrooms • Large Shop/Garage • 2 Bathrooms • Large .86 Acre Lot • Tongue & Groove • Backs to Forest Land • Large Kitchen • Winter Access

Pine Haven Cabin • 2040 Sq. Ft. • 1 Car Garage • 6 Bedrooms • 0.4 Acre Lot • 2 Bathrooms • Winter Access • Family Room • Views of River • Covered Deck • Boat Launch

eLK CReeK estates Cabin • 1650 Sq. Ft. • Sun/Sitting Room • 3 Bedrooms • New Septic • 2 Bathrooms • Half Acre Treed Lot • Concrete Foundation • By National Forest • New Roof & Siding • Winter Access

mLs# 191795

Call Rick goldbach at 589-2707


mLs# 191805

Call Rick goldbach at 589-2707


mLs# 191821

Call Rick goldbach at 589-2707


RiveRFRont - 5 aCRes • Secluded - Turn Key • On Henry’s Fork • 7200 Sq. Ft. • 8 Bedroom/5 Bath • Huge Covered Deck • Lovely Views - River • Theater Room • Xtra Lrge 4 Car Gar. • High End Finishes • 2 Fireplaces

mLs# 187746

Call Karen Cameron at 351-7354


LiKe neW - .84 aCRes • 4 Bedrooms • 3 Bathrooms • 1684 Sq. Ft. • Spacious Great Room • Master Suite • Close to Reservoir • Rock Fireplace • 2 Extra Lots • Private • Easy Access

mLs# 186372

Call Karen Cameron at 351-7354


Sperry Van Ness (208) 535-8520

• 16 Units - 3 Br / 1 Ba • New Roofs & Water Heaters • Many Upgraded Interiors

• Dog Run - Storage • Restaurant in Rigby Building - BBQ Area • 7x9 Freezer • Condos and can be sold • Existing Equipment separately Included • Drive Thru Window

• 4’ Delivery Door • Pylon Sign • On/Off Street Parking

mLs# 182198

Call Doug Powell at 521-6971

Call Randy Waters at 757-1856

Paul Fife – (208) 317-6111 Doug Page – (208) 390-5759

• Great Multi-Family • 8 Units Investment in Chubbuck.

mLs# 191259


• 16,800 Sq. Ft. Total • w/ 2,500 Sq. Ft Office Space. • Loading Dock mLs# 188416

Call Doug Page at 390-5759


• 30 x 40 Cooler • 22 Ft. Ceilings

mLs# 190928

Call Paul Fife at 317-6111

Kevin Cutler – (208) 589-9820 Randy Waters – (208) 757-1856 Commercial Sales & Leasing • Retail • Industrial • Office


Jake Durtschi – (208) 390-1199 Doug Powell – (208) 521-6971


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Saturday, April 19, 2014

OPEN HOUSE 3847 Orchard Circle, Ammon

890 E. 25th Street Hosted By: Katie Lathouris

Lisa Roach (208) 569-1148

To advertise: $40 Call 524-SELL or email:

4725 Gleneagles Drive

906 Wheatstone Hosted By: Katie Lathouris

Julie Rigby

(208) 821-0581

(208) 821-0581

Katie Anne Beth


Saturday • 11am - 2pm $213,900


Saturday 11am-1pm $165,000

Motivated Seller!! PRICED REDUCED $10,000. Look No Further!! From the amazing curb appeal and beautifully painted front door to the fully (vinyl) fenced huge backyard, with custom paved fire pit area, and custom paved garden area with garden vinyl boxes. This beautiful home has it all, in the perfect location ~ close to schools, shopping and entertainment!! 3100 sq feet, 1/3 acre, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, Oversized 2 car garage, Gas Fireplace, A/C, Two water heaters, Hard wood floors in kitchen, formal dining. All stainless steel kitchen appliances less than 4 years old, Refrigerator included, Tile in bathrooms, Large kitchen with granite counter tops & tile back splash, Large tub and separate shower in master bath, Water Softener,

Great Townhome Centrally Located Near shopping and Community Park! This townhome has an open, vaulted floor plan with a bright front room and huge master suite. Covered deck is accessed by living room and master bedroom! Come tour what this fine home has to offer! Directions: From Holmes, E on 25th to home.

3330 Ringneck

1825 Midway/Ammon

“The luxury you want at a price you can afford”

Home For Sale


3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home with Beautiful granite counter tops in the kitchen and both baths, Custom Cabinetry with a full tile backsplash and tub surrounds. This home is waiting for you! Directions: North on Ammon Rd. past Rocky Mountain Middle School. First left after the bus depot is Ringneck

100 Homes under $100,000 SOLD!!

2 BR/1BATH partially updated home has a sunny living room w/ dining area, kitchen w/ updated oak cabinets & pull-out drawers, stainless steel sink, stove & fridge. Updated bath has tiled tub surround & floor & grab bars for the deep tub & toilet. Mudroom w/ washer & dryer, storage closet & mechanical area. Newer windows throughout & newer exterior doors. Deep 1 car garage has a storage area, opener & membrane roof. The fully fenced yard has a full sprinkler system, a patio & backs up to an open area. This would be a great home or a great investment property. MLS#191022. FABULOUS BUY @ ONLY $47,000. Call SUE SHADLEY today @ 208-521-1727.

Fabulous Model Home!

Saturday 10am-5pm Monday-Friday 11am-6:30pm

“The luxury you want at a price you can afford” Directions: From the intersection of Hitt and 17th Street, head east on 17th to Midway and turn right to house on the left.

24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 enter code ext# 1107 for more details and current price of this home.

Perfect house with a great price. This 3 bedroom 2 bath home comes with a big fenced in back yard, granite counter tops, new carpet and paint throughout, and to top off this immaculate home it comes with brand a new stove and refrigerator. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1107

$134,900 Renovated 1800 sq. foot home – 277 E. 21st Street. 4 bedroom 1 bath. New roof, curb, gutter, insulation, carpet, laminate flooring, and finished laundry room. Dozens of pictures and in-depth details at www.21stStreetHouse.blo Call 529-4471 or 351-7861.

Beautiful, updated 3 bedroom, 1bath home on 1/2 acre with huge 30x40 shop! Completely updated, partial unfinished attic and basement, additional 12x17 garage, RV pad, dog kennel, mature trees, 3 covered porches, concrete patio, water rights. Asking $127,900 with $1,500 carpet allowance, move-in ready! Brandi 208-520-0533. Motivated sellers.

2065 Roy Drive

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560

102 Homes $100k to $125,000

Old Mill Subdivision

$125,000 New Construction! 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Vaulted Ceilings and 2 car garage. Darby Model floor plan. Home has pantry, walk-in closet and private Master Bath.

Buy this home with ZERO down and payments under $790 a month (payment includes taxes and insurance!)

Call 208)542-9300

100 Homes under $100,000

Great Numbered Street home with fenced yard, walking distance to the park, and super curb appeal. A large living room with hardwood floors and a fireplace. Roomy master bedroom with double closets and built in ironing board. 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Finished basement with office and antique wood burning stove. The kitchen opens up to the dining area, all appliances included, gas oven/range, refrigerator, and dishwasher. MLS #185262 $109,900 Call Kerry @ (208)521-2827

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377 12th Street Corner lot cutie in Iona No $$$ Down!!! Call the hotline for more details. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1067


– Wonderful home just off the 18th fairway, wildlife, fabulous views and golf – 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, formal dining and living area, main floor laundry, large open floor plan – Finished lower level, large covered deck, lower patio, oversized garage with workshop area

AD #191386

Sondra Ward (208)521-0560


– Amazing builder’s custom beauty, open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, center island – 3 bedrooms, 3 ½ luxury baths, large living room with rock-faced gas fireplace, large laundry – Large family room, wet bar, granite and tile, lots of storage, professionally landscaped

AD #188602


– 10 acre Westside spread, 36x60 horse barn/shop and arena – 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bath updated home, granite countertops, stainless appliances – Spacious deck with hot tub, large covered hay storage, park-like yard, RV pad

24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 and enter code ext# 1137 for more details and current price of this home.

AD #187002


– Sophisticated newer home in Waterford, 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths, in-law quarters – Grand entry, large living room with gas fireplace, formal dining, main floor family room with gas fireplace – Quality kitchen with granite tile, private master sanctuary with gas fireplace, totally finished 4000 sq. ft. home

AD #187819


– Attention to every detail, elegant and luxurious, triple garage, RV pad, park-like yard – 2 large bedrooms, 3 full baths, vaulted kitchen all granite, stainless steel, top grade appliances – Gas heat, air conditioning, hot tub, fire pit, water feature and large deck and patio

AD #181462

Call Jeanette Hendricks 521-3514

REDUCED!!! Adorable home just 5 minutes from town. This home comes with a 2 car detached garage, wood cabinets and a beautiful landscaped yard. Call the hotline for more details. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1137

SONDRA WARD (208)521-0560

Saturday 2pm-4pm MLS #191765


Fabulous home with tons of extras! Cul-de-sac location, 4 car insulated garage, fire pit, 2 patios, deck, 3 garden boxes, 2 gas fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, central vacuum and so much more! Over 3400 sq. ft with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. Come take a tour today! Directions: W on Sunnyside from Woodruff, S on Springfield, E on Dairy, W on Wheatstone

200 Lost Trail Place

317 S Skyline Drive Julie Winn

(208) 521-3486


SIGNIFICANT PRICE REDUCTION 3/8/14! REDUCED ANOTHER $5,000! This well cared for vintage home has maintained its character over the years, and still has a lot of it's original features. From the front door through the home to the fenced back yard and even to the kitchen sink, this home is special. Barrel ceilings are rarely seen - but you will find them here. Every room has something unique. Two bedrooms and a full bath on the main floor, and another bedroom in the basement. Hardwood floors provide a warm feeling. Basement has plenty of storage space. There is even a family room in the basement that could be used for an office, playroom, den, or whatever you might need. Located in Crows Addition, this charming home is a property worth checking out! MLS #188199 Call Rick at (208) 522-3300

Saturday 2pm-4pm

Saturday 11am-2pm $380,000

MLS# 188413

Amazing value!! Impressive home-an absolute must-see! Deep crown molding, custom tile work, high end lighting, unique ceilings, convenient built-ins. Custom tiled foyer. Living room has gas fireplace & gorgeous trim work. Pocket doors open to the dining room with coffered ceiling-this room is wired to be a home office if desired. Open family room/kitchen/breakfast nook. Kitchen features rich alder cabinetry, stainless appliances including double wall ovens, gas cook top & warming drawer, granite counters, center island, tile floor, pantry, Spacious, private main floor master suite. Master bath has big jetted tub, double sinks, walk-in closet, solid surface shower with dual shower heads, tile floor. Upper floor finished with loft (perfect office spot), really cool bedroom that has cathedral ceiling & window seat & full bath. Huge basement family room. Extra large bedrooms throughout- main floor bedroom has a private bath. 2 laundry rooms - main floor & basement; laundry chute. Directions: From Sunnyside & Holmes: south on Holmes, west on 49th South, left on Southpointe, right on Lost Trail

24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 enter code ext# 1057 for more details and current price of this home.

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This home must sell, so Sellers have slashed the price for the Open House!!! WONDERFUL, clean home and, yes, the value is AMAZING! Built by Jay Taylor on a large .41 acre lot in Fairway Estates. Features 3,230 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms (3 up and 2 down), 3 full baths, huge tiled kitchen and eating area, main floor laundry and mud room, large master w/bay window, walk in closet, master bath with double vanity and large walk in shower. Formal living room with vaulted ceilings. Basement is 100% finished with 2 large bedrooms, family room, large bath, office and storage. Large deck, full vinyl fence, 3 car garage, full sprinkler system, shed, garden area & mature trees! This home has it ALL!! It is located in an excellent neighborhood near Sage Lakes Golf Course. Rates are still low so DON’T MISS OUT on this great opportunity!! Directions: North on East River Road to Pevero, turn east to Gleneagles


Cute centrally located home with a metal roof and large fenced yard. 4 bedrooms and 1 full refinished bathroom. Hardwood flooring on the main floors, larger bedrooms with good sized closets. Home is move in ready with great personality. $125,000 MLS #188158 Call Kerry @(208)521-2827

100 Homes under $100,000

Saturday 12pm-3pm MLS# 186670 $189,900

(208) 313-0279

(208) 346-2000

(208) 346-2000


Hosted By: Ron Cook

Copper Creek Homes

Copper Creek Homes

Katie Anne Beth (208) 709-7861

This absolutely beautiful home is in a quiet Westside neighborhood. With an open patio, wood fencing, established trees, and flower beds, you will enjoy being outdoors. The home has newer carpet, a new bathroom down, and master bedroom with over-sized closet. Don't miss out on this great home. Call the hotline for more information. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1057.

MLS# 191513

To advertise: Call 524-SELL or email:

2240 Sq feet, lot approx .40 acres., 22X28 attached. finished garage, 3 bedrooms, wood floors & carpet, fireplace, surround sound, large split bath w/private access from master bedroom. Kitchen: porcelain counter tops, self clean range, built in microwave, dishwasher, pantry, kitchen dining, tile tub/shower & floor, 6' double vanities. Main floor utility closet + lower level utility. Built in ironing board, central vac. 1120 unfinished sq. foot down, two framed bedrooms, rough plumbed bath, large family room & utility, plumbed for soft water. HE forced air gas furnace Call 208-241-5116

24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 and enter code ext# 1147 for more details

This 5 bedroom, 2.5 bath has been completely remodeled with new flooring, paint, cabinets, and so much more. There is a beautiful new kitchen, 2 fireplaces and a 2 car garage. Call for more information or a showing of this extraordinary home. Call the hotline for more details. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1147

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560

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104 Homes $125k to $150,000

2540 sq. ft. home in beautiful neighborhood with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Spacious great room area with custom kitchen, large dining and family room, vaulted ceilings, wood & tile floors, and a beautiful master suite with walk-in closet and master bath. Ben 208-681-5335 Levi 208-709-7152

2600 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 2 bath home with large family room, spacious kitchen, vaulted ceilings, large master suite with walk-in closet and beautiful master bath with tile accents, fully landscaped yard, and full unfinished basement. $145,900 Ben 208-681-5335, Levi 208-709-7152

WILL BUY YOUR HOME TODAY!!! Don’t Make Another Payment. Ask For Matthew 243-4512

104 Homes $125k to $150,000

106 Homes $150k to $175,000 24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 enter code ext# 1017 for more details and current price of this home.

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560



Darling Westside Condo! Large condo, with lots of extras! Large living room with view out to the courtyard. Cute Kitchen with tile floors, granite counter tops, and all appliances included. Upstairs has a large bedroom and a huge master bedroom with a walk-in closet. Fully updated bath with sold surface counter and dark wood cabinets. Nice family room down, additional bath and basement bedroom. Two parking spaces with a carport and open space. Storage room off the laundry with a panty area. Beautiful private courtyard with a swimming pool and park like courtyard. Directions: From Skyline and Broadway, South on Skyline to Imperial Garden Condos

Clean & Comfortable 3 bd. 1.5 ba. West side home featuring a large master bedroom and WIC; ample closet and pantry space; beautiful knotty alder cabinets and stainless steel appliances; partially finished basement. Fully fenced landscaped yard with automatic sprinkler system. Quiet, friendly neighborhood near playground and soccer fields. $149,900 Jessica 208-419-6637

“For Rent” Advertise Here

104 Homes $125k to $150,000


4 bedroom 3 bath unbelievable home that is move in ready. This home is perfect for entertaining. It comes with a covered built in gas barbecue area, covered patio that is plumbed for a hot tub, RV parking with hook ups, and this is just the outside. There is a large party family room on the lower level with a wet bar and is wired for surround sound up & down. The main floor has an open floor plan that makes you feel at home as soon as you walk in. Come fall in love with this home. Come see for yourself! 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1017

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560 BRAND NEW!

$179,900 2784 square foot home with 6 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 family rooms, granite, tile, jetted tub, master suite and full finished basement.

Office 522-4505 Bryan 241-3091 *Landscaping not included BRAND NEW!

Affordable living! 4 Bedroom, 2 bath manufactured home on foundation. Central Air and Fenced Yard. Payment is LOWER than renting! MLS # 181982

•260 W Center, Shelley $120,000

This 4 bedroom would be a great business location for the Mechanic or Car Buff in the family. The Garage/Shop is 1,040 sq. ft. and can accommodate 5 vehicles and lots of other stuff. Updated electrical, Newer vinyl windows, Oak Cabinets in the kitchen. It has Metal Roof and Metal siding on home and garage. It also has water rights with Snake river Valley Irrigation at $64. a year. New carpet upstairs & kitchen. MLS #188447

•1486 Sandcreek Drive $179,900

*Landscaping not included $159,900 2784 square foot home with 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths, granite, tile, jetted tub, master suite, full unfinished basement. In Ammon area.

1.5 Story 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 baths, gas fireplace, nice sized back yard, deck MLS #191759

•Owner is Anxious to Sell!! 2234 N Ammon Road $82,000

3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, on .78 acres, large detached shop/garage. MLS # 187541 Call Jennifer (208)520-2012 or Jean (208)243-1882

Call Jean Henninger 243-1882

Office 522-4505 Bruce 681-6684

Find Your Perfect Spot


Saturday, April 19, 2014

108 Homes $175k to $200,000


3830 Shale Ave

Red Rock Subdivision


Rigby 1 acre lot 3340 Square Feet Custom home with 3 car garage, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, jetted tub, tile, full unfinished basement, granite, with Private septic and well.

$181,000 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 car garage. Master Bedroom has walk-in closet and private Bathroom. LOADED with granite, central air, two tone paint, decorative wall paneling, vaulted ceilings, custom cabinetry, wood cased windows, upgraded flooring. Garage is insulated and sheetrocked.

Office 522-4505 Bruce 681-6684

24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 enter code ext# 1027 for more details and current price of this home.

Imagine yourself in this lovely Gustafson Park home. This 5 bedrooms and 2.5 baths has new paint and floorings. The basement is open and bright with a bonus room for hobbies or an office. The is beautiful landscaped yard and has a gate that leads you directly into Tautphaus Park, next to the Zoo. Come and look at this lovely home. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1027

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560 24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 and enter code ext# 1007 for more details and current price of this home.

Beautiful 2 story home in a quiet neighborhood. 5 bedroom/3.5 bath. This homes comes with a sun-room, alarm system, central vacuum, and more. 1 year Landmark Home Warranty included with the purchase of this home. Call the hotline for more details. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1007

Call (208)542-9300

By Owner 4 bedrooms, 3 ½ bathrooms, large kitchen, daylight family room with fireplace, main floor laundry, oversized 2 car garage, RV parking, covered deck, sprinkler system, fenced yard, garden and hot tub. 3196 feet. $179,000 1192 Bluebird Lane 522-1189 GREAT HOME RANCH LOCATION!

5 BR, 3.5 Baths MultiLevel Home between 2 city parks! Recently updated home. Spacious living room, updated contemporary kitchen w/ built-in china cabinet, eating area, central island, gas cooktop, wall oven, custom cabinetry, built-in pantry. Main floor family room w/ fireplace & opens to covered deck, laundry & .5 bath. Master suite w/ 2 windows, full wall of closets & 3/4 bath. Main bath w/ 2 sinks, updated flooring & fixtures. 2nd family room & bedroom w/ egress windows & 3/4 bath in basement. Many updates & upgrades throughout. Established Yard w/ raised beds, rock paths, RV pad & gate. MLS#191023. A GREAT BUY @ ONLY $180,000. Call SUE SHADLEY today @ 208-521-1727.

Sondra Ward (208)521-0560


3584 Sq Ft Custom home with 3 car garage, 6 bedrooms, 3 baths. Full finished basement. With over 60 upgrades like: Jetted tub, tile, granite. 2 acre lot in Comore Loma Area!

Office 522-4505 Bruce 681-6684

“For Rent” Advertise Here

PRICE REDUCED Finishing touches being applied to this quality home built on a .40 acre lot in a country subdivision approximately 10 miles north of Idaho Falls. Main floor approximately 1440 square feet, 3 bedroom, 2 full baths, full basement. Large main floor laundry/pantry knotty alder cabinetry, lots of tile, master has jetted-tub and walk-in closet.

Call Jean @ (208)243-1882

110 Homes $200k to $250,000

Office 522-4505 Bruce 681-6684

Country living in 2,700 sq. ft. home, 1,200 sq. ft. shop, 3 acres. Remodeled kitchen: granite countertops, hickory cabinets, tile floor. Huge pantry. Four bedrooms and large laundry room on upper level. Two baths up, and half-bath on main floor. Office/den on main level. Much storage space. Private well and septic. UG sprinkler system. House/shop lot paved. RV parking. $250,000. Phone (208) 785-8980.

Beautiful 5 bedroom home. Plus a room for an office. 3 full bathrooms. Master bath was redone within last 60 days. Full finished basement with surround sound system. Gas fireplace, 3 car garage. Home located in a coveted subdivision, within a cul-de-sac. Close to shopping centers and city parks. $250,000. Call 208-360-6938. 3750 Otter Trail, Idaho Falls

Great Price Reduction!

Updated Home on 3.75 acres on Hwy 26 Swan Valley, Id. Home has been used as a second home and has newer pressure tank, new furnace, insulated wash room, newer water heater, new attic insulation, new steel siding. Comes with washer, dryer, stove, fridge, freezer, water softener, new dishwasher. New paint throughout. New Carpet in living room, hall, bedrooms. Custom made drapes and sheers. Large windows give views of Baldy Mountain. New tile in large bathroom, and wash room. Comes with sprinkler system, fenced pasture, large two sided building which is rented out and has an income of $250. monthly. MLS #190304

3,412 sq ft, 4+ bedrooms, 2+ baths, 3 car garage plus heated shop area, mechanic pit, garage wired 220. Vaulted great room and master, jetted tub, tile. Main floor laundry, water softener, gas heat, twin water heaters. Enormous family room, surround sound, gas fireplace. Fabulous yard with custom wrought iron fence, RV pad, sprinkler system. Many extras. 2342 Rendezvous Rd, $213,000.00 757-8533 text or call.

Don't Miss Out on this home! Large open floor plan, freshly painted with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, RV parking, storage, fenced, and 14x20 shop with 2nd kitchen and hot tub. Walk to school from this great neighborhood. Full basement finished with huge bedrooms and game room. MLS #188886 $205,000

COUNTRY CLASS! Close to the city, but country quiet. Over 26 acres; level and easily accessible from the main road; lots of road frontage. Excellent water right; pump, main line, and hand lines are included in the sale. Can build one home and have enough land for barns, corrals and land to raise hay for the livestock. Great place for a family who loves animals and motor biking!! MLS #164795 $203,000 Call Janis @ (208)351-2020


*Landscaping not included

$179,900 2906 square feet Custom home with 3 car garage, 3 Bedroom, 2 bath. With over 60 upgrades like: jetted tub, tile, full unfinished basement, granite. Idaho Falls area!

24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 enter code ext# 1047 for more details and current price of this home.

BONUS: Large 2 car garage and attached 700 foot insulated shop with 12X12 overhead door! $189,300. Call Randy @ (208)521-1599 or 522-8898 or email

This 4 bedroom 3.5 bath home located in a great neighborhood has fresh paint, new carpet, nice size yard, 2 decks completely fenced. It is hard to find a main floor master bedroom. master has french door to back yard. Tile in kitchen, 2 baths and laundry. Large family room in basement plus a full bath and bedroom. vaulted ceilings in living room with a gas fireplace and french doors to a nice deck for those outdoor BBQ’s. MLS #191759

Call George at (208) 681-1153 for more information or to see. PENDING SALE

5 BR 3 BATH home on Cul-de-sac & 0.49 acre. Awesome 24x26 shop! Vaulted ceilings, bay windows, hardwood floors, granite. Master Suite, walk-in closet, soaking tub, separate shower. Rustic tongue and groove wood basement family room, freestanding gas fireplace. Gas forced air heat, A/C. Covered patio & breezeway to the 24x26 shop w/ large overhead door and heater, RV pad & parking. You'll love this home! MLS#191204. A GREAT BUY @ ONLY $220,000. Call SUE Shadley today @ 208-521-1727.

1 BEDROOM, Large, clean, quiet. $415/mo. + dep. No pets. Call (208)569-0078 or 535-1089.

112 Homes $250k to $400,000

$289,000. Large Corner Lot 34005 sq. ft. 5 bedrooms 31/2 bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, familyroom, storageroom with shelves, factory tinted windows, intercom system, sprinkler system, oversized 2 car garage, soft water, 30x20’ storage shed, main floor laundry, two sided 71/2 vinyl fence. red wood deck. 2649 Erwin Court. 208-589-4231

This one comes with a privately held park & playground! You will have a hard time finding another set-up like this! From the gorgeous custom tile work in the entryway to the beautiful open great room with gas fireplace, you’ll be impressed with the quality of this home. The kitchen has custom cabinets, built in “swing” bar stools for easy clean up of the tiled floor & a spacious pantry. All appliances & central vac are included. The dining room has plenty of room to feed a crowd & enjoy the open family room while you entertain friends & family. The main floor laundry has plenty of storage, soaker sink & work space. The Master suite is to die for! Big enough for a California king & all the trimmings & you get a GIGANTIC walk-in closet to boot! Master bath has beautifully tiled shower, water closet & large vanity. Round out the main floor with 1 more good sized bedroom & full bath. Downstairs there is a Huge yet cozy family room with a gas fireplace, storage closets, fully decked out storage room, 2 bedrooms, an office & another full bath! Gorgeous covered deck overlooks the fully fenced & landscaped yard. WAIT THERE’S MORE! You get an insulated 42x24 shop with a 3rd garage stall AND your share of a privately held park adjacent to the property! This really is a 1 of a kind! MLS #190224 $298,000 Call Tina @ (208)709-7796

Studios and 1 Bedroom Utilities & cable included Smoking & pets permitted. Starting at $300 529-2838.

Move In SpecIal

1 bedroom, 1 bath No smoking/pets. $375 month. Call (208)521-8085 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath basement duplex, off street parking, No pets. Utilities included. $400 mo/$250 dep (208)523-2989 or 201-3040 1 Bedroom & Studio. Very clean, With new carpet. $275-$375 mo. $200-$250 dep. Call 208-523-5830 2 Bed, 1 Bath, Everything NEW!! Garage, hookups, no smoking/pets. $530 month $450 dep. Call (208)317-3500 2 BEDROOM 1.5 bath townhouse, Westside No pets/smoking, hookups, $550 month. 757-7172

2 BEDROOM, 480 Gladstone ground floor. $450/mo $250 dep. No smoking/pets. 313-6092 2 BEDROOM Extra large, garage, Hookups, patio , Appliances. $550 528-8708 2 BEDROOM. Half off first month’s rent. Pet friendly! Carport. (208)757-1415.

152 Apartments Unfurnished 1430 Midway

$100 off 1st months rent! 2 Bedroom, 1 bath, 1 car attached garage, all electric. Water, sewer & garbage paid by owner, $625 year lease, $625 security deposit, no pets & no smoking Call Sheldon Dance


(208) 521-3002

for a personal showing

Henryanna Townhome features two bedrooms on the main floor with a Sun Room with auto blinds and 4 skylights. Private master bedroom with walk in closet and bath room. Maintenance free exterior building and yard with a two car garage. Three bedrooms and three bathrooms in all. Large kitchen with all appliances included. The basement has a huge open area for a game room and family room, etc, plus 1 bedroom and another bathroom. New roof this year and central air. Close to the mall and hospital. MLS #188911 $136,000 Call Kerry @ (208)521-2827


24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 and enter code ext# 1037 for more details and current price of this home.

Brand New Cabin on 2+ acres of land. This cabin is on a beautiful cornered wooded lot for privacy. Granite counter tops, vaulted ceilings and custom cabinets are just a few of the upgrades in this breathtaking home. Come and enjoy the astonishing red wood, full length, covered deck with built in setting perfect for relaxing during summer or winter. Come make this home yours. Call the hotline for more details. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1037

3 Bdrm/1.5Bath Townhome Near amenities & features a well equipped kitchen w/ easy care vinyl floor. Adjacent living room opens to back yard, 1/2 bath & under the stair storage complete main level. 1 car insulated garage w/ utilities, laundry w/ washer & dryer, and built-in shelving. Sunny upper level has a great master bedroom w/ adjacent full bath w/ tub & separate shower that also services the other 2 bedrooms. Central A/C & gas heat. This affordable unit is a great value. Come check it out today! MLS# 188361. Priced at ONLY $68,000. Call SUE SHADLEY today @ 208-521-1727.

2 bedroom, Idaho Falls. Washer, dryer hookup, no pets, no smoking. $300 deposit. $500 rent. 208-524-6359. 2 BEDROOM, new, in Shelley. $575 /mo. $350 deposit. (208)227-4900 2 BEDROOM, new carpet/linoleum/paint, with garage, washer/dryer hookups. $500 month $300 deposit. Call or text 208-589-4139. 2 Bedroom, No hookups, no smoking/pets. $425 + dep. 4th Street. Call Tom (208)681-2624 2 Bedroom, small house in IF. No pets/hookups. Gas heat & hot water. Power included. $385/mo $200/dep. Credit check, references 228.6076

2 BEDROOM, westside, no pets. $450 / mo., $400 dep. Call 522-1112 2 Bedroom, Very large with Garage, yard & laundry. Absolutely no pets/smoking. $525 mo + $350 deposit. 520-5502 or 521-7577 3 Bedroom Apartment. Garage, hook-ups, large fenced yard. No smoking. No pets. $650.00 357-6280.

UNIVERSITY COURTYARD APTS: 1 bedroom, furn & unfurn. Adjacent to BYUI, all utilities incl, laundry on site, lots of parking. For details: Discounts available! Contact 208-356-4212 for info. Great, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments starting at $300. BMG Rentals Property Management Idaho Falls "Your Property is Our Priority" Office: 208-552-7368

3 BEDROOMS, 1 Bath, north Shelley area. W/D hookups. $725/mo. No pets/smoking. 1st month 1/2 price. (208)681-9365. STUDIO, newly remodeled, includes utilities. $350 month (208)200-0345

154 Duplex Rentals 3 BEDROOMS, single car garage, no pets/smoking. $780/mo. W/D h o o k - u p s . Call 521-2638. 1290 Taylor

156 Condo/Town Home Rentals 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage. A/C, fenced back yard, 222 Robison $790 month $500 dep. Call 208-681-3335 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Townhome on Henryanna. Quiet location close to mall and hospitals. Large living room, dining area and spacious kitchen with all brand new appliances. Family room in basement. Fully fenced concrete patio in back. Double car garage. $900/month. Call (208)521-9340.

SNAKE RIVER FRONTAGE One of a kind river front property. Beautiful view of river and falls. Fishing and boating right out the back door. 2500 square feet. 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Baths, open living area, large rock fireplace in Great Room overlooking the River. Oversized 2 car garage, 2 large decks. picnic area, mature landscaping. 24X30 Shop. Many more amenities. 2 acres, 10 miles north of Idaho Falls. You have to see to believe. Call Olie for appointment (208)521-5256


124 Lots in City

12 City Lots in Roberts, Idaho. Located south of Highway 48, East of Railroad tracks along slough. Property has 4 City Water & Sewer hookups, 3 Power hookups, approximately 45000 sq. ft. Call Nan @ 208-716-1401

126 Farms & Ranches 350 acres of irrigated farm ground and 200 acres of dry land. Call (208)538-7140

128 Investment Property/Land 24 Hours Free Recorded Information Call 1-800-218-7936 and enter code ext# 1077 for more details

SONDRA WARD (208)521-0560


Spacious home in Quail Ridge overlooking Idaho Falls & the Snake River Valley. Four large bedrooms, including elegant master suite & guest suite, 3.5 baths, 6,200 square feet of finished living space. Large library, home office. Full acre, professionally landscaped to take full advantage of the view. Perfect for a family or entertaining. $625,000. Built in 2006 by the current owners. Call 522-8029 for a personal viewing. For a complete online tour: http://ammonhousefor

116 Condos & Town Homes

White Pine Estates Luxury Town Homes New units under construction. For additional information Call 208-569-6563

2 Bedroom, 2 bath Townhome, fresh paint & professionally cleaned carpets throughout! Sunny vaulted living room w/arched window. Vaulted family room, tiled dining area w/ bay opening to back yard. Kitchen w/ tile floor & eating bar & Extra large walk-in pantry! Master bedroom w/ walk-in closet & 3/4 master bath w/ marble surround, 2nd bedroom, full bath w/ marble surround & 2 car attached garage. Gas forced air heat, central A/C for year-round comfort, some custom window & door treatments. Conveniently located near amenities. This home is ready for you to move into & enjoy! Don't miss this great affordable townhome! MLS#190448 . A GREAT BUY @ ONLY $119,000. Call SUE SHADLEY today @ 208-521-1727.

Build your dream home on just over 8 acres. Includes building and water rights. Property was recently surveyed and it is marked by pink ribbons. Call the hotline for more details. 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1077 Sondra Ward 208-521-0560

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560

134 Commercial Property SALON

7 station salon at 356 Sunnyside, formally "Revelations", all stations have sinks, 1 private room with water, 1700 sq ft. Call Paul 208-317-6111

135 Business/ Franchise Opp. Restaurant for Lease 5000 square feet in Butte, MT call Mark 406-560-4294


2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, Westside, no smoking/ Westside, Mountainview pets, hookups. $425. Call Lane. Garage, hookups. No (408)564-3231. smoking / pets. $480/$300 deposit. Call (208)529-9946


114 Homes over $400,000

122 Waterfront Property


Call Kerry @ (208)521-2827

Find Your Perfect Spot


You’ll appreciate the countryside with this wonderful home on close to 2 acres of land with outbuildings and a beautiful picnic area placed perfectly to enjoy the breath taking scenery that surrounds. This home has 7 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 car garage, a huge storage room, and many many more features. Come see for yourself! 1-800-218-7936 ext# 1047

Call Sondra Ward (208)521-0560

RENTALS 150 Apartments Furnished

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To advertise advertise: Call C l 524-SELL 524 524 S SELL EL or o email: email: if d @ register com 1/2 OFF FIRST MONTHS RENT!!! 2 bed, 1 1/2 bath, family room, laundry and large storage in Basement. Patio and 2 car garage. $750 plus $700 deposit No smoking or pets. Call Katie 208-520-8118

160 Homes Unfurnished 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath. Newer home, vaulted ceilings, plant shelves, large yard w/sprinklers, custom oak cabinets & much more. $1,050. Call 419-7878.



Home/Lot Rental 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath double wide. Garage, large front & back yards, shade & fruit trees. Out of town, quiet country setting. Pets and smoking OK. References required. Avail. March 1st. $850/mo +dep. Call 604-0970.

174 Retail & Commercial

4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, fenced yard, $975/mo $975 dep. 208-221-9267. 4 Bedroom, Westside, family room, 1 & 1/2 bath, fenced yard w/ deck & garage. Recently remodeled. No smoking/pets. $900 month Call 520-1464 5 bedroom. Newly remodeled home. New paint, flooring, cabinets and more. No smoking/pets. $1195mo. Available for move in by April 15. Call 801-473-7512 to schedule a time to see the house or ask questions.

For Sale or Lease, Lease with Option

Approx. 1650 Sq. ft. Can rent as whole building or half. 2 offices, retail show room and/or additional office. Restroom, storage shop space w/overhed doors. city utilities, gas heat, ample parking. Must see!!! 440 E. Elva - “Chaffin Plaza”. 208-313-2248, Keith 208-821-1993. lv. msg

“For Rent” Advertise Here

1700 sq. ft. Office Building, 57,000 cars daily traffic count pass this corner location at Broadway (Arco Hwy) and Yellowstone Hwy. Main access to downtown Idaho Falls with signage all sides plus programmable message center. Downtown Development Corporation pronounces this to be the best, most visible location for office or retail in Idaho Falls. Call 208-547-3334 or cell 547-7145 for details (local call) and appointment to see. SHOP 2000 sq. ft. 12x14 door. Bathroom, Gas heat, blacktop. Call Doyle 520-3533.

178 Roommate Wanted Share large house. Furnished. No kids. No pets. $500mo. All utilities included. 208-201-6428.


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025 Education/ Instruction


025 Education/ Instruction

040 General

English/Language Arts Teacher Prefer Secondary 6-12 English Endorsement. Will accept K-8 certificate with Middle School English Endorsement. Applicants with additional endorsements will be given preference. Science Teacher Prefer Secondary 6-12 Science (Biology or Physical Science) Endorsements. Will accept K-8 certificate with Middle School Science Endorsement. Applicants with additional endorsements will be given preference. 6th Grade Teacher Must have K-8 certificate. Preference will be given to teachers with additional middle school endorsements; however, applicants willing to pursue middle school endorsements through Praxis testing will be considered. May be assigned 6th grade math, science, writing, or language arts classes depending on middle school endorsements. Applications available online at

040 General

•Operating Cheese Tower Equipment •Lifting/Moving 40-50lbs for the duration of 8-12 hour shift •Responsible for cleaning equipment/area at the end of shift •Good Documentation skills a must •Must be able to follow Good Manufacturing Practices

Beta Vac Operator

•Operating Cheese Sealer Equipment including Metal Detector •Lifting/Moving 40-50lbs for the duration of 8-12 hour shift •Responsible for cleaning equipment/area at the end of shift •Good Documentation skills a must •Must be able to follow Good Manufacturing Practices


Water Hauler Energy Vac Services currently has an opening for a Water Hauler in Sidney, MT. Hours are 2 weeks on / 2 weeks off. Free housing. $23.00 / hr Class A CDL, Acceptable Driving Record Please call 208-390-1643 for inquiries.

020 Drivers & Transportation Established, East Idaho flatbed operation seeks

Long Haul Drivers

Vacation! Top Pay! CDL, clean driving record req., 2 years OTR experience preferred. L.A. Parkinson Trucking

(208) 745-9091 parkinsontrucking.

Local Company is seeking Leasors •Easy qualifying •Older equipment welcome •Line runs •Home weekly Call Randy @ (208)524-0404 or (800)762-6262 rwhite@kingston

PARTS DELIVERY DRIVER for heavy duty trucks & equipment dealer. Full time. Schows Truck Center / JCB of Idaho. Email resume to: russ.barrus@

025 Education/ Instruction American Heritage Charter School #482 has openings for the following: Elementary Teacher; Secondary Math/ History. Multiple endorsements a plus. Applications are available on-line at www.americanheritage or by calling 529-6570. Positions open until filled. EOE

FREE GED CLASSES 855-591-2921 TEACHING POSITIONS Holy Rosary Catholic School Application information on our website: www.holyrosary or call: (208) 522-7781

Purple Sage Trucking is hiring full time OTR Drivers, 7-10 days out. •Newer equipment •Benefits after 90 days, •Vacation after 1 year. Pay DOE. WILL PAY FOR GOOD DRIVERS! Call Taylor (208)680-4083 or email TRUCK DRIVERS Must have valid CDL, medical card and pass drug screen. At least 5 years experience with belly dump, side dump, end dump and truck & pup. Must have proof of clean driving record. Fax or E-mail resumes to 208-745-7369,



Must present this coupon prior to the initial donation to receive a total of $40 on your first and a total of $60 on your second successful donation. Initial donation must be completed by 4.30.14 and second donation within 30 days. Coupon redeemable only upon completing successful donations. May not be combined with any other offer. Only at participating locations. 60364-1000

040 General CLINICAL TECHNICIAN needed for busy Idaho Ophthalmology medical specialist office. We are very willing to train. Applicants must demonstrate a positive attitude and devote attention to patient service and details. Full time position with great benefits package (401K, vacation, sick leave, medical/dental insurance).

Email resume with references to or send to P.O Box 3366, Idaho Falls, ID 83403

General Laborers needed for Pre-Engineered Steel Erection.Must be 18 yrs, have valid Drivers license and must be able to travel out of state.Visit ultimatesteelerection. for application, or fax resume to (208) 656-0069. Mechanical Contractor seeking quialified Journeyman Apprentice Plumbers, Pipe Fitters & Welders For a large commercial project in Rexburg. Competitive wages and benefits package offered. Send resumes to

040 General Add a little color to your Help Wanted advertisement! Add a little color to your Help Wanted advertisement! ATTN: Local Work from Home PT/FT Be your own boss, Flexible hours, Step by step training. $500-$7000/mo. 888-369-0580

ARTitorium Program Coordinator (full time) The Idaho Falls Arts Council (IFAC) is searching for a dynamic and experienced individual who is committed to fostering our mission to educate our community and enrich its quality of life by promoting, advocating and presenting a broad spectrum of visual and performing arts in eastern Idaho. The ARTitorium Program Coordinator will be responsible for all activities that take place within ARTitorium, including school visits, facility rentals, tours, admissions, and attractions. Duties include scheduling and staffing for school and group visits, managing facility rentals, staff, and volunteers, overseeing admissions, and maintaining interactive attractions.

ARTitorium Team Leaders (part time, multiple vacancies)

The Idaho Falls Arts Council (IFAC) is searching for dynamic and experienced individuals who are committed to fostering our mission to educate our community and enrich its quality of life by promoting, advocating and presenting a broad spectrum of visual and performing arts in eastern Idaho. The ARTitorium Team Leaders will manage admissions and volunteers for ARTitorium during open hours. Duties include running the admissions desk, assisting with school and group visits, supervising volunteers, and overseeing interactive attractions.

To apply, the candidate must submit a letter of application, résumé, and letters of reference to Georgina Goodlander, Visual Arts Director at

is hiring for Daycare staff. Full and Part-time. Email resume to:

or drop off at 3004 Pancheri Dr. 227-7010


The Post Register is seeking part-time janitorial staff to work 30 hours per week at our Northgate Mile and Boge Avenue facilities. Must be a dependable, selfdirected individual. Hours generally Monday through Friday, though some early morning and occasional weekend work will be required. Please submit a resume with three work references to: Karen Fioretti Director, Production & Technology 333 Northgate Mile, Idaho Falls, ID 83401 Email: No phone calls, please.

045 075 Healthcare & Public Service Social Service

Chiropractic Office specializing in chronic conditions is currently seeking an energetic, very detailed and organized team player with strong customer service skills. Construction Worker Duties include assisting Needed. Minimum 5 years with patient therapies experience in drywall, and answering phones in painting, framing, and all a structured work types of construction. environment. Relaxed Call 351-9304 office environment. Full time position. Please submit resume to

040 General

Premier Technology

in Blackfoot has immediate openings for: Craftsman Welders Journeyman & Apprentice Electricians For job descriptions and to apply, visit our website at Premier Technology is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

We are looking to fill positions for •Electricians •Plumbers

•Sheet metal technicians

We offer Competitive pay with benefit package available. Please fax or email resume to, 307-200-0559

045 Healthcare & Social Service CNA

Pancheri Daycare


Full Time $150 sign on Bonus We offer competitive pay and full time includes comprehensive benefits package. Please apply in person or contact: 3111 Channing Way, Idaho Falls Phone: 208-529-0067 EOE / DFWP

Now Hiring! Will be working in Yellowstone National Park, M-F. For info call 208-680-3659 or 208-520-8161.

Receptionist / Optician Wanted. Experience preferred. Please mail or drop off resumes to: Teton Vision Center 1340 S. Ammon Road or fax to 525-2661

RN Consultant

Needed 20 hours a month for assessments and some LPN oversight for developmentally disabled individuals. Send resume to: Grand Teton Service Group P.O. Box 50457 Idaho Falls, ID 83405 or email

Bonneville County is accepting applications for a Part Time Temporary Court Records Clerk. Hours will be 19 per week. Salary is $9.59. Performs routine entry level clerical duties to enter data and maintain various court records systems for the district and magistrate courts. Applications must be completed online at our website

and accepted until April 22, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Bonneville County is an Equal Opportunity Employer with preference given to qualified veterans.

050 Hospitality & Food Service FRONT DESK HELP & BREAKFAST ATTENDANT Part - time. Must be able to work weekends. Apply in person, Best Western Driftwood, 575 River Parkway

254 Boats/Jet Skis & Supplies

CNA’s or NA”s with experience needed for growing Home Health Agency. Competitive wage and benefits. EOE. Contact Jean at Western Visiting Nurses, Inc., 522-3291, .

095 Trades & Construction

Full-time. Must pass a background check Please send resumes to: or fax to 522-6301

075 Public Service Bonneville County is accepting applications for a Male Part Time Probation Technician. Will be 19 hours per week. Salary is $11.45 Duties include a variety of entry level technical duties and working level administrative and clerical duties to assist the probation officer with adult misdemeanor case work and documentation. Applications must be completed online at our website

Bonneville County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and preference given to qualified veterans with preference given to qualified veterans.

Bonneville County is accepting applications for a Temporary Waste Management Tech. Will be 19 hours per week, every Saturday from May 1st to October 31st, 2014. Salary is $12.88 per hour. Performs a variety of full performance duties as needed to receive and process materials deposited at the solid waste transfer facility or landfill; performs routine cleaning and maintenance of assigned work areas.

Have a job opening?

Bonneville County is accepting applications for a GIS Analyst II. Hours will be 40 per week. Salary is $18.37 to $24.68 depending on experience. Performs a variety of full performance level skilled technical duties associated with the development, implementation, operation and maintenance of parcel records in the county geographic information system. Applications must be completed online at our website

Applications will be accepted until April 22, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

Bonneville County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and preference given to qualified veterans with preference given to qualified veterans.

085 School/Career Training $SCHOLARSHIPS$ for adults (you)

Not based on high school grades

Advertise it here!

800-959-9214 StevenS-Henager College

Interested in a career in Real Estate? Call Sondra Ward @ (208)521-0560

Applications must be completed online at our website Applications will be accepted until April at 5:00 p.m. Bonneville County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and preference given to qualified veterans with preference given to qualified veterans.

095 Trades & Construction

•Journeyman Electrician •HVAC Installer

Applications will be accepted until April 22, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.

The Center for Aesthetics is Hiring! LPN Needed

We are searching for a full time LPN to work as a medical assistant to our Physician and Nurse Practitioner in our Idaho Falls office. Experience in surgical procedures and the use of medical equipment a must. Technology proficiency and experience in EMRs required. We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits. Please send your resume, references and contact information to: thecenterforaesthetics@ or call Dan Carl at (925) 353-0134.

045 045 Healthcare & Healthcare & Social Service Social Service

RECREATIONAL Perception Ocean Kayaks Like new! Shadow model in kevlar Ultra light weight @ 37# includes carbon fibre paddles, vests, skirts etc Cost new $7,100: asking $3,250 Call Doug at (208)521-6971

040 General

To see a complete job description, visit

2385 South 25th East • Ammon, ID • 208.542.2406 SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT AT BIOLIFEPLASMA.COM

Add a little color to your Help Wanted advertisement!

040 General

Table Operator

•Operating Cheese Table Stirring and Shoveling cheese for 8 hour shift •Operating Food Scan Equipment •Lifting/Moving 40-50lbs for the duration of 8-12 hour shift •Time Management skills required •Excellent Documentation skills a must •Must be able to follow Good Manufacturing Practices

Apply online at: Or Applications accepted and interviews conducted on: Wednesday, April 23, Starting at 9:00 at the DOL Office 155 North Maple, Blackfoot, ID.

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020 Drivers & Transportation

040 General

Operator Positions

Tower Operator

Please email completed application, cover letter, resume, copy of credential, unofficial transcripts, & three references to

000 Accounting &

040 General

To adv advertise: advert d se Call Classifieds at 524-7355 524 73555

Glanbia - Blackfoot Cheese Plant

Teacher Job Openings


Saturday, April 19, 2014

095 Trades & Construction Looking for a job? Post Register Classifieds

Carpenter needed, Experienced preferred Call Greg (208)680-5325

To advertise: Call 524-SELL or email:

266 Campers, 5th Wheel & Travel Clacka Craft 16FT LP Drift Boat. Front and rear swivel seats with storage, rear knee brace, rod storage, storage under rowers seat, foot release anchor system, anchor, cataract counter balance oars, cover, on deluxe galvanized trailer. Used 2 summers, excellent condition. $6,000. Dave 208-221-0883.

Sylvan 15 foot, Brand New 30HP Johnson motor, new controls, cables, wires and gauges. New tires, springs, wheel bearings, no problems! Very Nice! This is a great boat for the person who wants to FISH and not work on the boat. $5750 Call (208)681-2887

Keystone 2012 Springdale, 26 feet, Model 260TBLWE. Queen in front, Bunkbeds in back, axel swap, A/C, less than 1,000 miles. Like Brand New! $12,500 Call (208)680-3060

2012 Flagstaff BR 32 SC Popup Trailer BRAND NEW! Comes with two propane tanks, a BBQ that connects on the outside. Front of the trailer has a ATV rack, two pull-out heated beds, plus the couch turns into a bed, shower and toilet, plus an outside Shower! (208)716-3212

Fleetwood Pioneer 2008 26’. Model purchased new in 2009. Sleeps 6. AC, ducted furnace, microwave, gas cooktop with oven and range exhaust, AM/FM/CD stereo. 14’ room slide out, 22’ awning. Included are new radial tires, queen mattress, and weight equalizing hitch. The GVWR is 7,900 lbs. Great condition! REDUCED $11,500. Call 208-221-8781.

2010 Keystone Cougar 278RKS 5th-Wheel - 1/2 ton towable - Lightly used and LOADED! Great floor plan; Rear kitchen; Tons of counter space/storage; Polar Package; A/C; Electric Awning; Rear bumper pull out cargo rack; Hitch/Receiver included. Only $20,999; Call:208-709-3766

Springdale 2007 - 28' fifth wheel trailer. Queen bed up front bunks in the rear. Couch is full hide-a-bed and kitchen table folds into a bed. Sleeps 6-8 comfortably. One slide out on dining/living room side. Awning, outdoor shower and lots of storage underneath. Comes with lots of extras including hitch. Storage under the queen bed and bunks with large outside access door. (208)589-3165


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Asphalt & Paving

Carpet, Floor & Tile

Closet Organizers


“Everybody Deserves Nice Closets”

•Restretching saves the life of your carpet. •Proper Installation saves the life of your carpet. •Carpet Repairs & Animal Repairs No job to small! State Contractor Serving Idaho for 30 years!!!

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Automotive/ Recreational

Automotive/ Recreational

FRED & WAYNE’S TIRES and SERVICE For All Your Car Repairs

100% Guarantee!

POT HOLE SPECIAL! 4 wheel alignment Tire Rotation 2 front wheels balanced & 20 point safety inspection.



6 Months No Interest O.A.C. 1970 N. Yellowstone Hwy. • 523-1720 We believe in keeping your family safe!!

Beauty Care Services

Beauty Care Services

Do you need a new look for Spring?

Call Allure Salon 524-9147 Mention this ad and receive $ 5 OFF your service. • • • • •

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Computer Services

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Computer Services

Mobile Technology Doctor Our techs get more positive comments on professional service lists than all others combined!

We are Geek Squad’s Worst Nightmare! We can upgrade your WINDOWS XP for $225 and up depending on the machine. IT’S GEEK TA ME New computers with windows 7 or 8.1 start at $499.95 We guarantee to beat ANY price! We will come to your home or business and set up and configure your computer, iPad, iPod, tablet, gaming console, big screen TV, internet, network or WiFi anything electronic! We build and repair computers. We give discounts to first time customers, seniors, and veterans. Call now for an appointment at 406-9743 or visit us at Open 24/7 for your convenience Online Remote Assistance Available. What are you waiting for?!

Concrete & Cement

Concrete & Cement

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Custom Decks & Fencing Early Spring Special 10% Off Deck or Fence Restore




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•Need Driveway or Parking Lot Graded or Paved? •Backhoe work done? •Gravel •Asphalt •Top Soil For Sale Call RC Heavy Haul. (208)523-3176 or 681-2182.

Senior Citizen discount of 10%



We Do la’s Pergo

Ready for Spring? Call us for a free estimate. We do flatwork, foundations, retaining walls, stamped and colored pads, etc. Residential or commercial. No job to small! 208-521-6992


Heating & Cooling

Heating & Cooling

Gravel/ Grading


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Commercial & Residential ¾ Crushed • Pit Run Topsoil • Hauling Roads • Parking Lots Driveways Farm Yards and MORE!

Licensed • Bonded • Insured

We Do It All


Inc. BIG Or Small EstimatEs

New Roofs • Roofing Repairs Missing Shingles • Painting Moving and Remodeling

30 Years exp 24-Hour Service All major credit cards accepted Senior Discounts

Call George at 208-390-6889 (Free Estimates Included)

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Pest Control

Pest Control

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Locally Owned and Operated Residential, Commercial Service Licensed-Bonded-Insured

Serving All Of South Eastern Idaho Contractor # 12909 Cell: 208-716-0234 Fax: 208-745-6623


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Painting & Papering

Sterilization for lots and driveways. “If it bugs you, we will kill it”


Remodeling Remodeling

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Roofing Quality Custom Repaints and Restorations •Interior •Exterior •Free Estimates •Fair Rates

35 Years of Experience!

For over 40 years Repair & Remodeling of:

Call Today for Pricing 521-3220 or 524-7296




Affordable Home Service

Spring Weed N Feed........... starting at $40

It’s not too early to sign-up 3 & 4 year olds for our Fall Preschool!


Locally Owned & Operated


•Metal Roofing •Remodels • Basements - Drywall • Painting • Custom Textures •Doors •Windows & Vinyl Siding •Yardwork No Job too Small FREE Estimates Mention ad for 10% OFF 681-3049

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Will make a deal! No Reasonable Offer Refused!!! (208)339-1810

Bug Spray........................... starting at $75

515 Lomax, Idaho Falls, ID 83401 Now accepting children 13 months to 11 years. Free Preschool for full time 3 & 4 years old.

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Veteran Handyman Service 35 Years Experience

(Spruce, Pine, Maples) Beneficial for ALL Trees!!!

529-5439 ask for Dommy or Jennifer.

Handyman Handyman

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Booking now for Lawn Mowing! Dormant Spray for Trees.... starting at $40

We are open M-F from 6:15 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

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Not looking forward to bored children this summer? We have an amazing summer program. Your child/children may attend 1-5 days per week. Very affordable rates. Each week has a theme Field Trips, Crafts ...THE WORKS! Call for details.


Doors & Windows

Over 20 years experience. Licensed & Insured

Gravel/ Grading


•Residential •Commercial •Service Work

Cell 569-8995 • Office 228-5788



Piper Electric

Redwood • Cedar • Vinyl

Free estimate!


Call I will come look!

Lewis Fence & Deck Chain Link • Cedar • Vinyl • Wrought Iron

Bathrooms • Remodel • Restore Handicap • Upgrades

•Pasture or Lot Sickle Bar Mowing •Debris •Landscape Preperation •Ditch Cleaning •Excavation •Post Holes •Snow Plowing •Grading Call Larry at (208)221-6521

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208-604-3905 LAWN CARE •Lawn Mowing, Trimming, Edging •Sprinkler Activation and Repair •Power Raking •Aeration •Yard Clean-up or Junk Removal •Shrub Trimming Idaho Falls and Surrounding Areas Residential or Business Seasonal or Per Service Contracts


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References Schedule weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or ONE TIME CLEAN! Free estimate. Call today (208)360-1582 or (208)680-0370 We are fully insured. RCT#25856

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Retired Guy Lawnmowing 523-2737 Please Leave Message Peterson’s Lawn Care Power Raking • Complete Lawn • Weekly Lawn Service Mowing • Complete Tree • Sprinkler Repair Service • Fertilization/ • Lawn Cleanup Weed Control Professional Service with Great Prices!

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Excellent quality at a reasonable price. Most single level homes $30-$40. Most 2 story $45-$60. Prices are for outside only (inside a little extra). Fully insured.

WE CLEAN GUTTERS TOO! Call 208-360-4144

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Sid’s Seasonal Service 528-7200 (after 5pm)

•Lawn Fertilizer •Weed Control •Grub Control •Tree/Shrub Care •Insecticide Sprays •Fungicide Sprays •Micro-Feddings •Home Spider Sprays

* Power Rake * Lawn Mow * Rototill * Snow Removal * Tree & Bush Trimming * General Cleanup Spring/Fall

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Call to Get on the List for Power Raking, Fertilizing, and Spring Clean-Up. Full Service Yard Care Company Sr., Military & Group. Discounts Available! Our Lawn Enforcement Officers will come and take your statement and asses your needs!

Call to put your Lawn in Order today (208)569-4164

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•Repair & Restorations of your Favorite Clock or Watch •Howard Miller Clock Factory Authorized Service •Swiss Professionally Trained •Hands on Experience of Over 50 Years •Makes House Calls •Call Today to Make an Appointment

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Tree Service TREE TRIMMING/ TRIM WORK •30 Foot Reach Lift Basket •For Hire or Lease Call Max Hinckley (208)745-9018 *Any work that can be done with a basket

Weekly Lawn Mowing with Trimming & Edging

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• Sprinkler Activation • Landscape Services • Fertilization • Weed Control

Free Estimates 227-6619

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MERCHANDISE To advertise: Call 524-SELL or email:

8000 Appliances Viking 36Wx84Hx24D Refrigerator/Freezer, Viking Professional Series 36" Gas Stove-$3500, Viking Designer Series 36" SS Range Hood-$500. Barely used by 2nd homeowner. 208-709-5740.

8050 Auto, RV Parts & Supplies

8400 Furniture/ Carpet

8485 Musical Instruments

CARPET TILES .50 each, 18" x 18" easy to install, great for any room in your home! Call (208)221-8100 for more information.

ORGAN, Lowrey Carnival, Model LC15. $1500. Call 252-4092.


Everything must go! (208)557-9707

Car Top Carrier Large SportRack (made by Thule) car top carrier, brand new (used once). More than $400 new, asking $250. Fits most cars with existing roof rack. Call 317-7791.

Looking for a great deal? Search our Classifieds today!

8450 General Hydraulic big gun used for gold mining. Call 208-252-4092

Big or Small, we want them all. Post Register Classifieds

8500 Home & Garden Black&Decker String Trimmer. CR Recommended. Extra string spool. Used less than 1 season. $110. OBO. 208-569-4194. Toro Super Recycler Lawnmower. Used less than 1 season. CR Best Buy. Self propelled, bag included. $450 OBO. 208-569-4194. Toro Ultra Blower Vac. CR Best Buy. Used twice. $50 OBO. Call 208-569-4194.

8700 Miscellaneous WANTED: Radio Tubes, tub stereo, hand radio & phone equipment, large speakers. CASH (503)999-2157

Live and Online Auctions, Firearms, Gold, Silver, Old coins, Antiques, Jewelry, Estates, Furniture, and more! Bighorn Auction Co. 522-7984, 136 First Street Idaho Falls

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Golf Ready Irons - 2 Sets Exceptional Condition, RH RF: #1 - 2 Thru SW $150, #2 - 3 Thru SW $135. Call 569-6650.

2 sections of wooden Harrow. Make offer! Call (208)252-4092

Selling my extensive Taxidermy collection. Approximately 41 pieces including Elk, Deer, Standing Bear, 2 Buffalo, Mountain Lion, variety of fish, fowl and artwork. Call Don 208-220-9033.

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8750 Sporting Good & Outdoors

THE PERFECT ALASKA DREAM PACKAGE Professionally built full round, hand peeled log home and ocean going cabin cruiser. Located in Seldovia Alaska on the Fish Rich Cook Inlet. 1500 square foot home comes completely furnished. The boat included is a 26 foot Tolley Craft sedan with 2 Volva Pinta I/O engines with 162 hours since new. The perfect retreat, dream home or co-opted vacation spot! $245,000 A unique opportunity, in the best of Alaska Call Mike (208)940-2449 or Jenny (907)234-8000.

FARM & AG Wire, 100 Plus Feet of 42” high woven. 50 Cents / Foot. 208-252-4092.

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HORSE SPECIAL $35.00 • 1 Horse per special • 5 Lines of description ($1.95 per additional line) • Runs every day for 2/mo. • Published in the Post Register, Intermountain Farm & Ranch & • May include photo, FREE • Only content change allowed is price • Doesn’t apply to stud fee

Reach 80,000 readers! Call 524-7355

362 Fertilizer & Seed Alfalfa, Grass, Corn Seeds. SAVE MONEY Delivery anywhere Ray Odermott (800)910-4101

368 Livestock Equip./Supply 2 antique hard rubber tires. Make offer 252-4092. 4 wheel weights, for 16” Ford Tractor. Make Offer 252-4092 Horse Drawn marker for irrigative ground. Call Don at (208)252-4092

370 Hay, Bedding, Grain & Feed

BLUE RIBBON HAY Still Available! Good supply of:

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By Bernice Bede Osol

ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Your sense of humor will help you escape an awkward situation. You will meet with opposition if you try to force your opinions on others. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -- Keep your composure today. Tension and anger will escalate if you are stubborn. If you make improvements at home, you won’t have time to get into family squabbles. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -- A friend is likely to develop stronger feelings toward you. Make sure your intentions are clear, or your relationship may have a bitter ending. Leading someone on will make you look bad. CANCER (June 21-July 22) -- Children should be included in your plans. Be cautious when it comes to affairs of the heart. You could be in for a surprise if the person you fancy doesn’t feel the same way. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Show how much you care by including the ones you love in enjoyable social activities. Helping others out will make you feel more secure in your own environment. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Do something to enhance your looks and your

self-esteem. Your emotions will take over if you get involved in a dispute with someone you care about. Diplomacy will be required.

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SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) -- As much as you would like to help others, it’s not practical to donate money that you can ill afford to part with. Offer your time and services instead, and keep spending to a minimum. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) -You have a lot of energy to burn. Do something physical and reap the health benefits. Participating in sports or other challenges will stimulate your mind as well as your body. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -- You may be at a crossroads in your life. By staying in the background, you will have the ability to listen and learn from people who can help alter your life. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) -- Don’t forget to take a little personal time today. It’s great to be considerate and caring, but you could use a little pampering as well. Save your charitable efforts for another time. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) -- Avoid arguments to reduce your frustration level. A partner may have set priorities that conflict with yours. Carry on and get your own projects out of the way first.

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Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!


LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) -Entertainment doesn’t have to be expensive. Getting together with friends or relatives for a night of games or dancing is a good way to add some spark to your life.

On Bridge

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Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words.



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Saturday, April 19, 2014 Expect to face highs and lows this year. Don’t be too proud or embarrassed to ask for help. You will advance if you attack problems with intensity and determination. Strong alliances will provide the support necessary for you to reach your set destination.

by David L. Hoyt and Jeff Knurek

Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon.

A: Yesterday’s

(Answers Monday) Jumbles: RIGOR GEESE ACTIVE COBALT Answer: The retriever’s store was so successful because he was a — REAL GO-GETTER

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AUTOMOTIVE 202 Cars under $10,000

BUICK 2001 PARK AVE One of the finest ever built, leather, 3800 V-6, all the bells & whistles, new tires and only 112K miles. Super condition. $4,988 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

1993 Oldsmobile Cutlas Ciera S 4 door breaks and tires recently done new battery 2014. This is a good reliable car would be perfect for first time driver or an extra car for getting around town. Serious Chevy 2012 Malibu LT. inquiries only please will Beautiful, sleek sedan that consider all offers please gets 33 MPG hwy. Call call between the hours of Ryan Giles today at 9am and 6pm 313-3948 and drive it home 208 881-5957 for $15,995. STK# 124138T Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

Call Von Liquidators Unlimited 792 E Greenway Street Idaho Falls, Idaho 589-7142 or 522-7142

CHEVY 2001 PRISM Straight-clean, runs and drives super! AT A/C cruise, tilt, CD, PL, 4 cylinder, FWD, 30+ MPG, These are great cars. 124K miles. $3,688 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

CHEVY 2004 IMPALA FWD, V-6, column shift, seats 6, PW, PL, A/C, cruise, tilt, CD, only has 98K miles. Super, super clean! You’ll be impressed. $5,788 *Trades always welcome!

220 SUV over Chevy 2013 Impala. Roomy sedan w/ remaining factory warranty, gets Ford 2013 Flex AWD. Great 29 MPGhwy. Call Nick Burcrossover w/ large cargo gess at 360-2304 and get area, only 16k miles. Call this smooth-driving sedan Nick Burgess at 360-2304 for$17,595. STK# 135892W and get this people-mover Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls for only $25,495. STK# 134811T

4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

Buick 2004 Regal LS. 3.8 V6, automatic. 114K miles. A/C, cruise, tilt, climate control, CD player and leather. Very clean inside and out. Tires are new with less than 500 miles. Runs and drives great. $4700.00 (208)200-6053.

FORD 2002 TAURUS SES Leather, PW, PL, Cruise, tilt, CD, new tires, new brakes and rotors, alloys, spoiler, only has 101K miles, best buy anywhere! $3,988

Chevy 2010 Impala LTZ. Local trade, gets great mileage, loaded w/ options, all for only $11,795. Ryan Giles at 313-3948 to take a look at this beautiful car. STK# 107008T Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls *Trades always welcome!

Call Von Liquidators Unlimited 792 E Greenway Street Idaho Falls, Idaho 589-7142 or 522-7142

SATURN 2007 ION SEDAN One owner and it shows! Brand new tires, AT, CD, A/C, PL, tilt, only 77K miles. Runs, looks and drives great! Nothing needed. FWD and excellent MPG. $5,988 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

CHEVY 1997 CAMARO Z-28 Absolutely beautiful! Original miles 38,247. Brand new tires, all original-AT, PW, PL, A/C, cruise, tilt, power seat. All wheel disk, brakes, spoiler, (5.7 LTI, V-8) Won’t be disappointed! $6,988 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

MONTE CARLO 2004 SS Black with leather interior, $5600 Call (208)206-5858

CHRYSLER 2001 SEBRING Coupe 2 door LXi, V-6 with 134,000 miles, manual transmission, leather seats, power windows, locks & seat, power sunroof, newer tires. $3,000 firm, $1,550.00 under NADA booking, no trades, we no longer need the car so priced low to get it gone. Please contact Katie at (208) 604-5303.

Ford 2008 Sport Trac XLT (At2405) Like New. $21,492 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

PONTIAC 2005 GRAND AM SE Sedan-4 cylinder, AT, cruise, tilt, CD, PW, PL, Brand new tires, clean, clean! Silver-alloys, spoiler, 123K miles, Nothing needed! $4,588 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015

Chevrolet 2006 Impala Local Trade. You won’t find a car in better condition, inside and out. 86K Excellent economical and comfortable transportation. Reduce to $7,485 *Trades always welcome!

PONTIAC 2002 BONNEVILLE 3800 V-6, cloth, Power seats, PW, PL, A/C, cruise, tilt, CD, alloys, newer tires, clean, runs great, only 110K miles. $3,988 *Trades always welcome!

Ford 2012 F-350 Lariet (14T1044A) 6.7 Power Stroke long-bed. $40,804 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Buick 2005 Lasebre CST Only 47,000 miles Has most options including leather etc. This car is immaculate and looks and runs like new. Don't miss this one, there may not be another one like it. Only $11,785. Call Von Liquidators Unlimited 792 E Greenway Street Idaho Falls, Idaho 589-7142 or 522-7142

Ford 2013 Fusion SE, (AC1733) 14,400 Miles. Our Loss, your gain! $22,904 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Ford 2013 Mustang 305 HP (V6) 30 MPG!! Automatic/Steptronic Transmission- LED front and rear lights- Only 9K Miles!! Still smells new- Get ready for Spring!! Only $19,995!! Call Allen Liquidators Unlimited 792 E Greenway Street Idaho Falls, Idaho 589-7105 or 522-7142

Cadillac 2013 SRX. Loaded, low miles, remaining factory warranty. Save THOUSANDS over new-car price: $35,895. Call Nick Burgess at 360-2304 and ask about this gorgeous luxury sedan. STK# 130332W

Ford 2012 Explorer XLT (13t1505a) Leather, Very Clean Trade-in. $29,999 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

Ford 2003 F150 Lariat Great Truck, Great Price. STK# 13T1534B $10,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Ford 2013 Escape SEL Ford Certified Pre Owned STK# AT2418 $24,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367 Ford 2007 F-150 Lariet (14t1110b) Clean, Low Miles. $22,995

Chevy 2007 Suburban. Great family-friendly vehicle w/ DVD, heated leather seats and more! Call Nick Burgess at 360-2304 and get this roomy SUV for only $17,395. STK# 070778W

980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

GMC 2007 Yukon SLT. Local trade w/ mid-row captains chairs, remote start, leather seats and more for only $19,995. Ryan Giles at 313-3948 to test drive this peoplemover. STK# 075669T (not actual pic) Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

Chevy 2011 Equinox LT Clean one owner. Loaded. STK# 14T1056A $24,692 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

214 Sports Cars

Ford 2013 Mustang Only 3660 Miles. Springs Here. Stk# AC1762 $20,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

5200 Miles. Great Find. STK# 14T1227A $27,295 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

FORD 2007 EXPEDITION Eddie Bauer, 4X4, Top of the line, has it all, seats 8, two tone leather, 5.4 V-8, heated seats, power rear, bucket seats, CD, DVD player, keyless entry, running boards, lots more, AWD, two high, two low, only 102K miles, best buy anywhere! $12,988 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

218 SUV under

Ford 2012 Fusion AWD (AC1741) Loaded, Below Book!! $19,584 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Only 48,500 miles!! 40 mpg diesel. Yellow with black leather interior. Electric sun/moonroof. Thule rack. Original owner. Newer studded snow tires and road tires. New windshield. No problems or issues, great car. Vase and Super fun car....$12,500 OBO. 208-201-6952

Lincoln 2012 MKZ Heated/Cooled Leather Seats- ONLY 17K Miles!! FWD-Sirius Satellite Radio- Micro Soft Sync- 30 MPG- CD/MP3 Still Smells New!! Aprox. $47,000 New- Only $27,995!! CHEVY 2010 IMPALA LT, Loaded, One Owner. STK# AC1734B $14,993 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

CHEVY 2003 TRAILBLAZER EXT LT 4X4, very popular, leather, 3rd seat, PW, PL, front & rear, A/C, cruise, tilt. Remote entry, tow package, 4.2 cylinder engine. Top of the line SUV. 128K clean, clean! $6,988

Call 524-SELL

Ford 2012 Escape Limited (AT2378) Very clean $22,988 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Hyundai 2012 Sonata. Local trade, leather seats, gets 35 MPG hwy, most dependable car in America. Call Ryan Giles at 313-3948 to get this beautiful car for $16,495. STK# 126446T Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

Call Allen Liquidators Unlimited 792 E Greenway Street Idaho Falls, Idaho 589-7105 or 522-7142

Automotive Specials

Ford 2011 EXPEDITION (AT2369) Save $18,000 over new, $36,904 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015 *Trades always welcome!

We will take your car’s picture when you advertise with us. Call 524-SELL

Ford 2010 F-350 Lariet. (At2398) Every Option “Back of Book” $38,943 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Niassan 2010 Pathfinder Ltd.

Yukon 2007 Denali (14t1154a) Every Option Inculuded DVD. SAVE!! $24,992 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367


Ford 2012 F-350 Lariet (14T1044A) 6.7 Power Stroke long-bed. $40,804 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

F150 2010 Supercrew Platinum (13t1331a) 5.4l V-8, 6 speed automatic, 4x4, Navigation, Power Sliding Rear Window, Heated/Cooled Leather Seats, Moonroof, Backup Camera, Local Trade, Was $33,950 Now Only $32,888 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Ford 2002 F-350 Lariat 7.3 L Turbo Diesel 4x4. 1-ton 8ft bed, 4 door. Ford 2013 Edge. Loaded Loaded, excellent condiw/ options: Sunroof, heated tion. Engine has only leather seats, remaining factory warranty and more 25,000 miles. $22,500 OBO Call 524-3417 for only $28,495. Call Nick Burgess at 360-2304 to test drive this beautiful crossover today. STK# 134995W

Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

208 Crossovers over $10k

Jeep 2011 Liberty Limited (14t1013b) Very Clean Trade $20,493 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Ford 2013 Taurus Limited Ford Certified Pre Owned STK# AC1756 $24,893 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

204 Cars over $10,000

Audi 2009 A4 Quattro 2.0 Turbo, automatic, black, tan leather, sun roof, 4 door, 54k miles, loaded, 6 disc Bose CD player. Nice car! $17,000 Call 390-5272 after 6pm

CHEVY 2006 EQUINOX V6, LT, cross over, top of the line. 2WD, leather, seats 5, 3.4 V-6, PW, PL, A/C, front & rear heat. Alloys, newer tires, loaded with everything. These cross overs are very popular with people. Only 109K miles. $7,850 4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015

Ford 2013 Focus SE-HB Ford Certified Pre Owned STK# AC1758 $19,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367


Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

206 Crossovers under $10k Ford 2013 Focus SE-HB Ford Certified Pre Owned STK# AC1754 $17,963 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015

Buick 2006 LaCrosse CXL. Local trade loaded w/ 3.8L engine, new tires, leather seats, sunroof and more for $8,595. Call Ryan Giles at 313-3948 to take a look at this affordable luxury sedan. STK# 067923T

Toyota 2013 Corolla. Great commuter car, gets 36 MPG hwy. Call Nick Burgess at 360-2304 and get this great car for only $16,595. STK# 135892W

Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls *Trades always welcome!

Mercury 2006 Mariner Premier 4WD, V6, SUV. Has most all options including heated seats, near perfect leather, 173K Like new condition in every way. This SUV is a diamond. Only $4,985 Call Von Liquidators Unlimited 792 E Greenway Street Idaho Falls, Idaho 589-7142 or 522-7142

4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015

BUICK 2005 LESABRE Custom, truly flawless! Only 78K miles, cloth interior, All power, CD, new tires, 3800 V-6. $7,850

Kia 2011 Sportage EX One Owner, Trade. STK# 14T1186A $23,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Homes & Anderson • Idaho Falls

4 Seasons Auto 140 Science Center Drive 528-6015

Buick 2004 Lasebre Custom Only 63 thousand miles! Excellent economical, long lasting automobile. Why pay new car price, only $7,985

Dodge 2013 Avenger SXT. Single-owner local trade w/ spoiler, bluetooth, remote start, tinted windows and more for only $16,695. Call Ryan Giles at 313-3948 to take a look at this beautiful car. STK# 134132T

To advertise: Call 524-SELL or email:

Ford 2012 Escape Limited Ford Certified Pre Owned STK# AT2413 $24,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

224 Trucks over $10,000

Dodge 2011 Ram Laramie Broadway Ford Certified. STK# 14T1153A $41,903 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

Ford 2011 F150 XLT Broadway Ford Certified. STK# AT2416 $39,995 980 West Broadway 525-8500 & 1-800-621-1367

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Announcements AA HOT LINE IDAHO FALLS English 524-7729 Spanish 528-2994 AA HOT LINE IDAHO FALLS English 524-7729 Spanish 528-2994 EASTERN IDAHO WOODTURNERS Welcomes any Demonstrators & Woodturners the 1st Thursday of every month from 7:00 p.m. at EITC Building No. 2. Please call 529-1718 to attend. Overeaters Anonymous meets Saturday 2p.m. at St. Pauls United Methodist Church, Down stairs (corner of 17th & St. Clair). Call 521-2779 for more information. Overeaters Anonymous meets Saturday 2p.m. at St. Pauls United Methodist Church, Down stairs (corner of 17th & St. Clair). Call 521-2779 for more information.

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FOUND at the IDAHO Lost my skis on Teton Pass The Post Register will run at the weigh station a found or lost item for FALLS PUBLIC on 4/3/2014. If found, FREE for 14 days. LIBRARY please contact Mike at Call 524-SELL Please call 612-8134, 208-522-4265. Thank you. M-Sat., to claim items you've LOST. Check at the REF/INFO desk. No display case for summer. Claims may require ID. KEYS. Found on 4/9/14 D o d g e R a m k e y l e s s Chihuahua Mix. Tan, black r e m o t e . C a l l t o i d e n t i f y nose, black tail and a white 522-4078. patch on chest. REWARD. Answers to Dexter and might come if offered food and treats. Just moved to Ammon. 406-461-5616.



Black male cat with white on his face and stomach, looks like he has a tuxedo on, about 8 years old, very friendly, lost on April 14, Hitt Road and 1st street area. Has a collar and tag with his name, Jasper, on it and our phone number. Please call with any information, 589-8174, 522-3330, 521-1913. Reward.

Lost Rottweiler. Female, 7 years old. has dark brown leather collar with rhinestone. Silver undercoat with black top. Lost at Carmen Creek Post Office area/ Salmon. Call 208-993-1533.

Cat, Dark Gray Tom Cat, neutered and declawed. Matching white front feet, Please help us get OATIS lost in Jennie Lee area on back home! He is an 8 year Friday. Scares easily! Call old Jack Russell mix. Tan & (208)522-3028 1205 E 25th White with black lined eyes. Neutered. He went missing Cat, missing on Westside, 3 on Saturday April 12th near yr old, mostly black with our home on the Westside white markings, male, Last just past Reedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dairy. seen 8/20. Over sized Oatis has a happy home round head, 13 pounds. and we love and miss him Call 522-1620 ask for Terry very much! Please call REWARD $200. 520-1707 or 716-0520 or you can take him to the Please Remember... animal shelter or Skyline Check the Idaho Falls Animal Hospital. REWARD! Animal Shelter if you have lost a pet. (208) 612-8670 Please Remember... M-F 10-6 & Sat. 10-3 Check the Idaho Falls 2450 Hemmert Ave Idaho Animal Shelter if you have NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE Idaho 83401 lost a2014, pet. at the OnFalls, Thursday, the 24th day of July, (208) 612-8670 hourPost of 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day at Alliance The Register will run M-F 10-6 10-3 Title & Escrow, 1070forRiverwalk Dr.,& Sat. Suite 100, a found or lost item 2450 Hemmert Ave Idaho FREE for 14 days. Idaho Falls, in the County of Falls, Bonneville, State of Idaho 83401 Call 524-SELL Idaho, Ryan M. Fawcett, as Successor Trustee,

L&M Taylor's Estate Sale, 325 North 3600 East, Rigby, ID, April 18th - 19th, Fri. thru Sat. 9-?

Lots of Antiques/Collectibles: Architectural Items: Doors, Hardware, Windows; Arrowheads, Art: Oil, Pencil, Watercolor; Baskets, Books, Bottles, REWARD $2000! Brass, Cameras, China, STILL MISSING Clocks, Dolls, Figurines, Pitbull, Female.7 year old Fishing Items, Furniture, Brindle. White slash on Glassware: Carnival, chest. Bad arthritis in rear Depression, 50s-60s; end. Full tail and ears. Guns, Lamps: Electric, Needs medication. Last Kerosene; Lanterns, seen on Westside. Call License Plates, Milk Terry (208)522-1620 Cans, Linens, Pottery: REWARD!!! Haegar, Hall, Maddox, McCoy; Prints, Silver Plate, Toys, Trunk, Rugs Household Items: Sm. Appliances, Christmas Items, Bed, Bookcase, Chairs, Desk, File, 2145 N. Yellowstone Kitchen Tables/Chairs, Highway. Dressers, Behind Motor-Vu Coffee/End/Lamp Tables, and down the Canal Vanity, Rockers, Shelves, Bank Road. Refrigerator, Sewing NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S Saturday & Sunday Machine, SALE Stereo, Stove, On Thursday, the 24th day of July, at the 12pm - 4pm Tools: Hand/2014, Power/Yard, Inventory: 12 wareLawn Mower, Boxes, hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day Tool at Alliance houses full, including Vacuum, Washers/Dryer, Title & Escrow, 1070 Riverwalk Dr., Suite 100, bricks, tile, in windows, Wheel Chairs TooState muchof Idaho Falls, the County of Bonneville, appliances, doors, lightto list hosted by Idaho, Ryan Fawcett, as Successor Trustee, ing, suits andM. a trailer. www.familyandfriendsllc. will sellLots at public highest bidder, for of, to the com 208-521-4718

925 Garage Sales & Estate Sales

cash, in lawful money of the United States, all p a y2959 a b l eJohn a t tAdams he time of sale, the following described real property situated in the County of Parkway Bonneville, White PineState Charterof Idaho, and described as 940 follows, to wit: School LOT 17, BLOCK 2, JENNIE LEE ADDITION, Garage Sales SaturdayNO. 8am1,- 2pm DIVISION TO THE CITY OF IDAHO FALLS, West In the Gym. BONNEVILLE COUNTY, IDAHO, ACCORDING TO FUND-RAISER to help the THE PLAT RECORDED MARCH 6, 1959 AS TSA Team go to Wash1569 Summit Circle INSTRUMENT NO. ington D.C. There will271662. be The Successor Trustee hasFriday no knowledge a Huge amount of items. and Saturdayof a mSo o r come e p a check r t i c u lus a rout!! d e s c r i p t i o n8am o f -12pm the above referenced real property, Moving but forSale! purposes Washer, of dryer, Idaho computer desk,the compliance with 60-113, Code, JH Storage UnitSection 43 entertainment Successor has been informed center, that the 5609 ETrustee Iona decor and street address of 1157 Sahara St., Idaho Falls, LOTS with of clothes. Saturday 9am-5pm associated Idaho, is sometimes said real Fabric! Fabric! Fabric! property. $2 a yard or best offer. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the Deed of Trust executed by ANDREW M. FRISBEY, a Married Man, as his sole and separate property, Grantor, to Ryan M. Fawcett, Successor Trustee, for the benefit and security of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., recorded June 4, 2010, as Instrument No. 1364995, Mortgage records of Bonneville County, Idaho; and assigned to the IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION by Assignment of Deed of Trust recorded on March 7, 2014, as Instrument No. 1468298, Mortgage records of Bonneville County, Idaho. WANTED: Home for an 11 IS NAMED TO COMPLY THE ABOVE GRANTOR year old, energetic, friendly Pet Litter Specials: WITH SECTION 45-1506 (4)(a), IDAHO CODE. Maltese. Not good with NO REPRESENTATION IS MADE THAT HE IS, OR small children. IS NOT, PRESENTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS 208-705-7925. OBLIGATION. The default for which this sale is to be made is the330 failure to pay when due, monthly installment payments under the Deed of Trust Note dated Other June 3, 2010,Pets in the amount of $908.00 each, for the months of September, 2013 through March, 2014, inclusive; and for each and every month 2 adorable female Guinea thereafter until datecage of sale or reimbursement. All Pigs for sale. Large dnedl i m n qa nuye n a r edays n ostarting w d u e ,atp$35 lus a a ct cpe a s syom r ie e sn.t s 42 accumulated lateOBO. charges, plus any costs or $70. for everything, 208-360-5774. expenses associated with this foreclosure. The accrued interest is at the rate of 4.88% per annum from August 1, 2013. The principal balance owing as of this date on the obligation secured by said Deed of Trust is $125,976.75, plus accrued interest at the rate of 4.88% per annum from August 1, 2013. DATED This 25th day of March, 2014. RYAN M. FAWCETT, a Member of the Idaho State Bar SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE Published: March 29, April 5, 12, and 19, 2014 (640761)

will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in lawful money of the United States, all payable at the time of sale, the following described real property situated in the County of Bonneville, State of Idaho, and described as follows, to wit: LOT 17, BLOCK 2, JENNIE LEE ADDITION, DIVISION NO. 1, TO THE CITY OF IDAHO FALLS, BONNEVILLE COUNTY, IDAHO, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED MARCH 6, 1959 AS INSTRUMENT NO. 271662. The Successor Trustee has no knowledge of a more particular description of the above referenced real property, but for purposes of NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE compliance with Section 60-113, Idaho Code, the On Thursday, the 24th day of July, 2014, at the Successor Trustee has been informed that the 315 Pet Litter Specials: hour Pet Litter Specials: of 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day at Alliance street address of 1157 Sahara St., Idaho Falls, Title & Escrow, 1070 Riverwalk Dr., Suite 100, Idaho, is sometimes associated with said real Idaho Falls, in the County of Bonneville, State of property. Idaho, Ryan M. Fawcett, as Successor Trustee, Said sale will be made without covenant or will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for w a r r a n t y r e g a r d i n g t i t l e , p o s s e s s i o n o r AKC Yorkies Poodle Puppies cash, in lawful money of the UnitedorStates, obligation secured Malti-Poos Morkie all encumbrances to satisfy theMiniature Pincher in Yorkie Poo Puppy Black p AKC ayab l e aLab t t hPuppies! e t i m e o f Puppies. s a l e , tSmall, h e f oadorable, l l o w i n g by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred Puppies. Tails have M. Reduced in price! Will Champion Bloodlines. described real property situated in the County of the Deed of Trust executed by ANDREW non-shedding, first shots, deliver part way. docked, dew Born 3/5/14. 2State Females, Bonneville, of 4Idaho,wormed. and described his sole and separate Malti-Poos as FRISBEY, a Married Man, as been (208)756-6672 Males. Puppies are $400 claws removed, these ready by Easter! $500follows, to wit: property, Grantor, to Ryan M. Fawcett, Successor for limited registration puppies. $600 Call (208)360-3971 LOT$500 17,forBLOCK 2, JENNIE LEE ADDITION, T r u s t e e , f o r t h e $ b e n ewill f i t be a nsmall d sec urity of Dachshund 8 week old and full registra$ Call REGISTRATION or text for more 42 days starting at 35 DIVISION 42 days starting at 35 NO.or1,text TO THE CITY OF IDAHO FALLS, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC female purebred miniature tion. Call information Dachshund. Black & tan BONNEVILLE COUNTY, IDAHO, ACCORDING TO SYSTEMS, INC., recorded June 4,716-1167 2010, as 707-889-1362 or first shots, $250 Call 559-3411 more info. THE PLATforRECORDED MARCH 6, 1959 AS Instrument No. 1364995, Mortgage records of (208)739-3692 INSTRUMENT NO. 271662. Bonneville County, Idaho; and assigned to the The Successor Trustee has no knowledge of a IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION m o r e p a r t i c u l a r d e s c r i p t i o n o f t h e a b o v e by Assignment of Deed of Trust recorded on referenced real property, but for purposes of March 7, 2014, as Instrument No. 1468298, NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE compliance with Section 60-113, Idaho Code, the Mortgage records of Bonneville County, Idaho. On Thursday, the 24th day of July, 2014, at the Successor Trustee has been informed that the THE ABOVE GRANTOR IS NAMED TO COMPLY hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m. of said day at Alliance street address of 1157 Sahara St., Idaho Falls, WITH SECTION 45-1506 (4)(a), IDAHO CODE. Title & Escrow, 1070 Riverwalk Dr., Suite 100, Idaho, is sometimes associated with said real NO REPRESENTATION IS MADE THAT HE IS, OR Idaho Falls, in the County of Bonneville, State of property. IS NOT, PRESENTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS Idaho, Ryan M. Fawcett, as Successor Trustee, Said sale will be made without covenant or OBLIGATION. will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for w a r r a n t y r e g a r d i n g t i t l e , p o s s e s s i o n o r The default for which this sale is to be made is cash, in lawful money of the United States, all encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured the failure to pay when due, monthly installment p a y a b l e a t t h e t i m e o f s a l e , t h e f o l l o w i n g by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in payments under the Deed of Trust Note dated Ammon Lighting District Combined described real property situated in the County of the Deed of Trust executed by ANDREW M. June 3, 2010, in the amount of $908.00 each, for Revenues & Expenses as a % of Budget Bonneville, State of Idaho, and described as FRISBEY, a Married Man, as his sole and separate the months of September, 2013 through March, 10/01/2013 to 3/31/2014 follows, to wit: property, Grantor, to Ryan M. Fawcett, Successor 2014, inclusive; and for each and every month LOT 17, BLOCK 2, JENNIE LEE ADDITION, T r u s t e e , f o r t h e b e n e f i t a n d s e c u r i t y o f thereafter until date of sale or reimbursement. All Lighting Dist % of DIVISION NO. 1, TO THE CITY OF IDAHO FALLS, MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION d e l i n q u e n t p a y m e n t s a r e n o w d u e , p l u s Budget Fund BONNEVILLE COUNTY, IDAHO, ACCORDING TO SYSTEMS, INC., recorded June 4, 2010, as accumulated late charges, plus any costs or THE PLAT RECORDED MARCH 6, 1959 AS Instrument No. 1364995, Mortgage records of expenses associated with this foreclosure. The REVENUES 80% $2,559 INSTRUMENT NO. 271662. Bonneville County, Idaho; and assigned to the accrued interest is at the rate of 4.88% per annum The Successor Trustee has no knowledge of a IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION from August 1, 2013. The principal balance owing EXPENSES m o r e p a r t i c u l a r d e s c r i p t i o n o f t h e a b o v e by Assignment of Deed of Trust recorded on as of this date on the obligation secured by said 0% Salaries $0 referenced real property, but for purposes of March 7, 2014, as Instrument No. 1468298, Deed of Trust is $125,976.75, plus accrued 7% Other Charges $210 compliance with Section 60-113, Idaho Code, the Mortgage records of Bonneville County, Idaho. interest at the rate of 4.88% per annum from 0% Capital Improvements $0 Successor Trustee has been informed thatCombined the THE Revenues ABOVE GRANTOR IS NAMED TOBudget COMPLY August 1, City of Ammon & Expenses as a % of 10/01/2013 to 2013. 03/31/2014 Total Expenses $210 street address of 1157 Sahara St., Idaho Falls, WITH SECTION Other 45-1506 (4)(a), IDAHO CODE. DATED This 25th day of March, 2014. Idaho, is sometimes associated with said real NO%REPRESENTATION IS MADE% THAT OR % of Government of HE IS, Proprietary General of Total RYAN M. FAWCETT, NET REVENUES (EXPENSES) $2,349 property. ISBudget NOT, PRESENTLY of the Idaho State Bar Budget a Member FundsRESPONSIBLE Budget FOR THIS Funds Fund Funds Said sale will be made without covenant SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE BEGINNING FUND BALANCE $2,946 43% REVENUES $1,011,563 46% $3,080,457 $1,863,641or OBLIGATION. 45% $5,955,661 w aEXPENSES r r a n t y r e g a r d i n g t i t l e , p o s s e s s i o n o r The default for which this sale is to be made is Published: March 29, April 5, 12, and 19, 2014 encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured the failure when due, monthly (640761) ENDING FUND BALANCE $5,295 44% Salaries 41%installment $407,229 $519,100 46% to pay $370,369 $1,296,697 by and pursuant the Deed of Trust Note dated 31% Citizens are invited to inspect the detailed Other Chargesto the power of sale conferred 24% $1,789,884 $939,857in payments 38% under $291,636 $3,021,377 the Capital Deed Improvements of Trust executed by ANDREW M. June 3,4% 2010, in the$43,245 amount of $908.00 5% supporting record of the above financial 2% each, for$67,179 $20,000 $130,424 FRISBEY, Married Man, as his sole and separate the months of September, statements. TotalaExpenses $705,250 2013 through March, $2,264,291 $1,478,956 $4,448,498 property, Grantor, to Ryan M. Fawcett, Successor 2014, inclusive; and for each and every month Respectfully submitted T r NET u s t eREVENUES e , f o r t h e (EXPENSES) b e n e f i t a n d s e$384,685 c u r i t y o f thereafter until date of sale or reimbursement. All Jennifer Belfield, City Treasurer $306,313 $816,165 $1,507,163 MORTGAGE y m e n t s a r e n o w d u e , p $5,715,193 lus Published: January 29, 2014 (645537) BEGINNING ELECTRONIC FUND BALANCEREGISTRATION $5,996,929 d e l i n q u e n t p a$2,993,994 $14,706,116 SYSTEMS, INC.,BALANCE recorded June $6,381,614 4, 2010, as accumulated late charges, plus any costs$6,531,358 or ENDING FUND $3,300,307 $16,213,279 Instrument No. 1364995, Mortgage records of expenses associated with this foreclosure. The Thinking about Citizens are invited to inspect the detailed supporting above Bonneville County, Idaho; and assigned to the accruedrecord interestofisthe at the ratefinancial of 4.88%statements. per annum Sell your Respectfully submitted IDAHO HOUSING AND FINANCE ASSOCIATION from August 1, 2013. The principal balance owing a career RV with us! Jennifer Belfield, City Treasurer by Assignment of Deed of Trust recorded on as of this date on the obligation secured by said change? Published: April as 19,Instrument 2014 (645557) March 7, 2014, No. 1468298, Deed of Trust is $125,976.75, plus accrued Mortgage records of Bonneville County, Idaho. interest at the rate of 4.88% per annum from THE ABOVE GRANTOR IS NAMED TO COMPLY August 1, 2013. WITH SECTION 45-1506 (4)(a), IDAHO CODE. DATED This 25th day of March, 2014. NO REPRESENTATION IS MADE THAT HE IS, OR RYAN M. FAWCETT, IS NOT, PRESENTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS a Member of the Idaho State Bar OBLIGATION. SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE The default for which this sale is to be made is Published: March 29, April 5, 12, and 19, 2014 the failure to pay when due, monthly installment (640761) payments under the Deed of Trust Note dated June 3, 2010, in the amount of $908.00 each, for the months of September, 2013 through March, The Post Register wants your photographs. Bagged a peak? Shot a trophy elk? Captured the 2014, inclusive; and for each and every month thereafter until date of sale or reimbursement. All perfect scenic? We want to see them and promise to reprint the best. We want pictures of delinquent payments are now due, plus locals doing fun things from skiing and snowmobiling to fishing and hiking. accumulated late charges, plus any costs or expenses associated with this foreclosure. The accrued interest is at the rate of 4.88% per annum from August 1, 2013. The principal balance owing as of this date on the obligation secured by said All submissions must include the Deed of Trust is $125,976.75, plus accrued photographer's name, hometown and interest at the rate of 4.88% per annum from when and where the photo was shot. August 1, 2013. DATED This 25th day of March, 2014. RYAN M. FAWCETT, Send to a Member of the Idaho State Bar SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE Published: March 29, April 5, 12, and 19, 2014 (640761)

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