Knights in charge The Hillcrest boys soccer team scored in the first five minutes and cruised to a 3-1 win over Skyline. Story, Page B1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas’ highest court ordered the immediate removal of a judge on Thursday for disclosing confi- dential details about an adop- tion involving actress Char- lize Theron ’s child and making off- color remarks in an online forum. The state Supreme Court accepted the lifetime ban that was agreed to by Faulkner County Circuit Judge Mike Maggio and the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission. But the court rejected the panel’s rec- ommendation that he be suspend- ed with pay until his term expires at the end of 2014, and instead ordered his immediate removal. The disciplinary panel ruled last month that, using the pseud- onym “geauxjudge,” Maggio en- tered an online forum and shared details from Theron’s 2012 adop- tion of a baby in the same court division where he served. Carrie Underwood tears up at ACM Honors event NASH- VILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Carrie Underwood , who recently announced she is preg- nant, got emo- tional during an acceptance speech at the annual ACM Honors event after thanking family and friends. Underwood, 31, received the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award on Tuesday night in Nash- ville, Tenn.. When she accepted the award, she said that she was misty eyed at the performances that evening. Theron adoption judge ousted birthdays Actor Dickie Moore (“Our Gang”) is 89. Actor Ian Holm is 83. Actress Linda Gray is 74. Singer Maria Muldaur is 72. Actor Joe Pantoliano is 63. Musician Gerry Beckley (America) is 62. Musician Neil Peart (Rush) is 62. Actress Rachel Ward is 57. Actress Amy Yasbeck is 52. Actor Darren E. Burrows is 48. Musician Larry LaLonde (Primus) is 46. Actor Josh Hopkins is 44. Singer Jen- nifer Nettles is 40. Actor Ben McKenzie is 36. Singer Ruben Studdard is 36. Actress Jennifer Hudson is 33. Actress Emmy Rossum is 28. Actor Colin Ford i s 18. FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Richard Kiel , the towering actor best known for portraying steel-toothed villain Jaws in a pair of James Bond films, has died. He was 74. A spokesman at Saint Agnes Medical Center, confirmed Wednes- day that Kiel was a patient at the hospital and died. Kiel’s agent, Steven Stevens , also confirmed his death. Both declined to provide further details. The 7-foot-2-inch performer famously played the cable- chomping henchman who tussled with Roger Moore’s Bond in 1977’s “The Spy Who Loved Me” and 1979’s “Moonraker.” Bond quipped of the silent baddie: “His name’s Jaws. He kills people.” Despite appearing in several other films and TV shows, such as “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” and “The Longest Yard,” the role of Jaws was an iconic one Kiel could never escape. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: CINEMA (e.g., He was “The Great Profile.” Answer: John Barrymore.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. Who starred in “Rocky”? 2. What question was the catchphrase of “Bugs Bunny”? 3. Who portrayed the monster in the 1931 film “Fran- kenstein”? GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. What child star later became the U.S. ambassador to Czechoslovakia? 5. Barbra Streisand directed and starred in this 1983 film. 6. This Oscar-winning actress married Laurence Olivier in 1940. PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. By what name is Gladys Mary Smith better known? 8. He produced, directed and starred in the Oscar-win- ning film “Braveheart.” 9. This 2011 film was nomin- ated for 10 Oscars and won five. SCORING: 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you? in history Today is Friday, September 12, the 255th day of 2014. There are 110 days left in the year. In 1914, during World War I, the First Battle of the Marne ended in an Allied victory against Germany. In 1938, Adolf Hitler demanded the right of self-de- termination for the Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia. side lines local sports Theron ANSWERS: 1. Sylvester Stal- lone; 2. “What’s up, Doc?” 3. Boris Karloff; 4. Shirley Temple Black; 5. “Yentl”; 6. Vivien Leigh; 7. Mary Pickford; 8. Mel Gibson; 9. “The Artist.” today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Bond’s ‘Jaws’ Richard Kiel dies at 74 Underwood New terror fight casts shadow over 9/11 The nation’s gathering war against a new upsurge in Islamic terror hung heavy over the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks Thursday, stirring both anxiety and determina- tion among those who came to ground zero to remember their loved ones. Story, Page A6 Amazing find Archaeologists inching through a large 2,300-year-old tomb in northern Greece on Thursday uncovered two marble female statues flanking the entrance to one of three underground chambers, in another sign of the unusual attention and expense lavished on the unknown person buried there. The dig has gripped the public imagination. Story, Page A8 A spotlight on abuse The infamous Ray Rice elevator ideo is shining a spotlight on an issue often relegated to the shadows — domestic violence. Story, Page C1. Visitation restricted Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center is restricting visitor access to help protect the health of patients as a local outbreak of a children’s virus continues. Story, Page C1.
Eastern Idaho well represented at LOTOJA Several cyclists from Idaho Falls and Ammon completed the annual LOTOJA Classic over the weekend. Story, Page B1 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — “Young Frankenstein” is pushing 40, but by no means over the hill. The film’s writer-director Mel Brooks and actresses Cloris Leachman and Teri Garr gathered at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sci- ences Tuesday night for a 40th-anniver- sary screening of their comedy classic. As they posed for photos, Brooks and Leachman flanked Garr who was in a wheelchair with multiple sclerosis. And while she did not do arrivals-line interviews, Garr looked and sounded robust as she effort- lessly traded barbs with Leachman and Brooks during the prescreening panel discussion. The event seemed a tad bit- tersweet for Brooks, 88, who was quick to mention cast members not in attendance. “Well, you know, a lot of them have gone,” he said in an inter- view before the screening. “ Marty (Feldman), Madeline (Kahn), Peter Boyle is gone. Hudgens cast as ‘Gigi’ NEW YORK (AP) — It’s taken a few years, but Vanessa Hudgens has finally made the leap from “High School Musical” to a Broadway musical. The actress-singer will star in a Broadway-bound revival of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Lowe ’s musical “Gigi” that first debuts in Washington, D.C. early next year. Brooks’ ‘Frankenstein’ still young birthdays Actor Earl Hol- liman is 86. Musi- cian Jack Ely (The Kings- men) is 71. Musi- cian Mickey Hart (The Dead) is 71. Actor Phillip Alford is 66. Actress Amy Madigan is 64. Musician Tommy Shaw (Styx) is 61. Actor Reed Birney is 60. Actor Scott Pat- terson is 56. Actress Roxann Dawson is 56. Actress Kristy McNichol is 52. Singer Harry Connick Jr . is 47. Actress Taraji P. Henson is 44. Actor Ryan Slattery is 36. Singer Charles Kelley (Lady Antebellum) is 33. Actress Eliz- abeth Henstridge is 27. Actress Mackenzie Aladjem is 13. NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams was in the middle of an inter- view when she was interrupted by a message: “Anna is here.” That would be the Anna Wintour , the Vogue editor who every designer wants front and center at their fashion shows. The fact that Wintour chose to attend the New York Fashion Week runway debut of Williams, who just won the U.S. Open for the third time, was a sign that Williams, who has made fashion her side gig for a number of years, had most definitely arrived. “It means a lot ... I mean, she’s Anna Wintour at the end of the day, fashion’s queen,” said a beaming Williams. “I hope she enjoys it.” Fresh off her U.S. Open win on Sunday, which tied her with Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova with 18th Grand Slam trophies, second only in the Open era to Steffi Graf , Williams took on some of fashion’s biggest names with her first runway show on Tuesday. “Sometimes you go to fashion shows and none of it is really realistic. You can take it off the models and you can go out and wear it so that is what we wanted to showcase,” Williams said. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: THE GARDEN (e.g., What does “sub rosa” mean? Answer: In secret.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. Which flower is associated with Joel Roberts Poinsett of South Carolina? 2. This “Lancelot” is deemed “England’s greatest gardener.” 3. St. Patrick used this clover as a metaphor for the Trinity. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. Which flower is Claude Monet famous for painting? 5. This plant’s common name might derive from the old English for “cow dung.” 6. What was the site of the “Agony in the Garden”? PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. Chaucer referred to this flower as “the eye of the day.” 8. Identify the Greek goddess of the rainbow. 9. Rose Fyleman wrote they’re “at the bottom of our garden.” SCORING: 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you? in history Today is Thursday, Septem- ber 11, the 254th day of 2014. There are 111 days left in the year. In 2001, on America’s single worst day of terrorism, nearly 3,000 people were killed as 19 al-Qaida members hijacked four passenger jets, sending two smashing into New York’s World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon and one into a field in western Pennsylvania. side lines local sports Brooks ANSWERS: 1. Poinsettias; 2. Lancelot “Capability” Brown; 3. Shamrock; 4. Waterlilies; 5. Cowslip; 6. Garden of Gethse- mane; 7. Daisy; 8. Iris; 9. Fairies. today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Powerball: 2-14-39-40-43 (PB: 13) Mega Millions: 25-34-55-70-71 (Mega: 1) Hot Lotto: 5-7-18-31-41 (HB: 4) Wildcard: 3-4-17-20-33 (Jack of Hearts) Pick 3: Sept. 10: 2-8-2; Sept. 9: 6-5-1; Sept. 8: 4-8-2; Sept. 7: 7-8-4 Serena conquers fashion week Hudgens Father top suspect in his children’s deaths Their little bodies shrouded in plastic bags, the five children of Timothy Ray Jones Jr. had been dead for days by the time he led investigators to the spot where they had been dumped. Story, Page A8 ISIL is no juggernaut The Islamic State group is often described as the most fear- some jihadi outfit of all: a global menace outweighing al-Qaida, with armies trembling before its advance. But it is no unstoppable juggernaut. Story, Page A8 Scientech lays off 20 to 25 workers At least 20 Scientech employees lost their jobs this week at the company’s Idaho Falls office, the Idaho Department of Labor con- firmed Wednesday. Scientech recently moved into a cavernous new Snake River Landing facility. Story, Page B1 Lawsuits allege molestation at LDS camp Three new lawsuits, filed in Hawaii, claim a former Mormon Church camp coordi- nator molested boys who went to Hawaii to pick pineapples between 1987 and 1990. Story, Page B1
Delbert Farmer Delbert Farmer, Sho- shone-Bannock Tribal Leader and lifetime resi- dent of the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, passed away Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, at Portneuf Medical Center in Pocatello. Delbert was born in Fort Hall on May 24, 1942, to Davis and Irene Farmer. He attended Stewart Indian School in Carson City, Nev., then returned and attended Blackfoot High School, where he later graduated. He also attended the Uni- versity of Idaho, where he received his degree in animal science, and was also an active member of the Peace Corps in El Sal- vador, where he worked with the Native people in that area. Delbert loved being a cowboy, and that’s how he spent the majority of his time. He enjoyed all rodeo sports and espe- cially hanging out with his Blackfoot rodeo buddies at our corral down bottoms having mini rodeos with our livestock. He was an avid calf roper and traveled throughout southern Idaho and other surrounding states competing. He was a member of the Eastern Idaho Rodeo Cowboy Asso- ciation and the All Indian Rodeo Cowboy Associa- tion. He was a 4-H leader in the Gibson area. Delbert worked with the Housing of Urban develop- ment in the surrounding areas for a number of years, and later began his career working with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe. He worked at various departments within the Tribal organizations, with the latest being the tax revenue director for the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes. He served on the Fort Hall Business Council from 1987 to 1988 and from 1993 to 1994 as vice chairman, then as chairman from 1995 to 1996. Delbert spent a number of years with assisting and coordinating the annual All Indian Festival from the mid 1970s to 2013. During that time, he proposed a covering over the dance arena, which became a reality. Delbert is survived by his longtime companion, Beverly Klug. They shared their life together here in southeastern Idaho and spent time together on numerous travel excur- sions. Delbert is also sur- vived by his sisters, Janice Satanus of Tygh Valley, Ore., and Dora Navo of Ross Fork; brothers, Larry Farmer of Ross Fork, Gary Farmer of Boise, Willie Preacher of Blackfoot and Lloyd Preacher of Idaho Falls; uncles, Joe Farmer of Ross Fork and Kenny George; aunt, Joyce Leon; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Those family members that have deceased are his father, Davis Farmer; brothers, Deloyd, Curtis, Blaine and Wade; grandfa- ther, Ollie Farmer; grand- mother, Minnie Snipe; and aunt, Eunice Fisher. On his mother’s side, grand- mother, Sarah Pokibro; mother, Irene Preacher; and sister, Evelyn Wheeler. Services were held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9, at Hawker Funeral Home, 132 S. Shilling Ave. in Blackfoot. He will be at the Lenora LaVatta residence on West Truchot Road in Gibson from Wednesday, Sept. 10, until he is laid to rest at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, in Gibson Cem- etery. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.hawkerfuneralhome .com. Alvin “Dee” Criddle Alvin DeLon “Dee” Criddle, 71, of Basalt, passed away peacefully Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014, in his home. He was born July 11, 1943, in Blackfoot to Alvin Habbeshaw and Annice Marjorie Frandsen Criddle. Dee was an avid collector of movies and model cars. He loved his family and friends, his animals and the outdoors. He was deeply loved and will be missed. He is survived by his children, Parrish (Denise), Wade, Kim (Carolyn), Travis and Nikki (Scott); as well as his siblings, Craig (Brenda), Lane (Terri) and Randy (Sonja). He was preceded in death by his loving parents. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Firth Stake Center, 823 N. 675 East in Basalt. The family will meet with friends Saturday for one hour prior to the services at the church. Burial will be in Basalt Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Nalder Funeral Home in Shelley. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.nalderfuneralhome .com. Melvin Hansen Melvin John Hansen, 86, of Hamer, passed away Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls. Melvin was born July 26, 1928, in American Fork, Utah, to George Heber Hansen and Maud Lowe. He was the youngest of five chil- dren. His parents moved to Hamer when he was 5 years old. He went to school in Hamer and grad- uated from Hamer High School in 1946. He attended Ricks College, where he met Lula Lucy Harris. They were married July 28, 1948, in the Idaho Falls Temple. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Brigham Young University. He was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He served as bishop twice, Elders Quorum and High Priest group leader and instructor, adult Sunday School teacher, ward and stake choir director, stake patriarch and served as an officiator in the Idaho Falls LDS temple for nine years. He started the early morning seminary program for the Beaver Creek Ward in Dubois, Idaho. He worked in the public education system for 40 years, teaching chorus, band, math and science. He taught in Hamer, Ririe, Rigby, Dubois and Ter- reton. He was principal of Terreton Elementary, West Jefferson High School, Hamer Elementary, the first business manager of School District 251, and superintendent of School District 253. He retired in 1991. He served as president of two teachers associ- ations, the Sixth District Music Educators Associa- tion, the Region Six Prin- cipals Association and the Region Six Superin- tendents Association. He served on the BYU-Idaho Emeritus Board and was a charter member of the Hamer Lions Club. He loved spending time with his family. He especially enjoyed taking camping trips and vaca- tions with them. He started a family auto mechanic business so that his chil- dren could have summer employment and be able to spend more time together. He enjoyed working in his wood and mechanic shops, building and/or repairing things around the house or yard, and working on his “mini-farm.” He is survived by all seven children, Janeen (Gary) Leonardson of Dillon, Mont., Dianne (Brent) Berrett of Roberts, Marie (Robert) Patterson of Heber City, Utah, Karen (Kirk) Grover of Inkom, John of Hamer, Dennis (Emilie) of Moreland and Scott (Karen) of Elwood, Utah; 36 grandchildren; and 56 great-grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by the love of his life, Lula, and daughter in-law, Katie. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Hamer LDS church. The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Saturday prior to services, both at the church. Burial will be at West Jefferson Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Eck- ersell Memorial Chapel in Rigby. In lieu of flowers, dona- tions can be made to the Hamer Lions Club. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.eckersellfuneral home.com. Jared Hawke Beloved husband, son, brother, uncle and friend, Jared Hawke, 29, passed away Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, from a long battle with brain cancer, sur- rounded by his wife and family who loved him. Jared was born July 8, 1985, in Idaho Falls to the late Steven Hawke and Deborah Reed. He graduated from Rigby High School and also obtained a Bachelor of Science in health science at Brigham Young Univer- sity-Idaho. He served a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tempe, Ariz. He sincerely enjoyed serving the Lord and teaching the gospel and touched the lives of many. He always had a strong testimony of the redeeming power of Jesus Christ, eternal life and the lasting bonds of family. Jared remains an example to all who knew him of faith, hope and enduring well to the end. In the spring of 2011, he met the love of his life, Brianna Lynn Matheson, and they were sealed together as eternal com- panions May 26, 2012. Jared and Brianna enjoyed every moment with each other and made sweet lasting memories. In February 2013, Jared was diagnosed, and the couple spent a year and a half battling his cancer together. He had a strong will to live and fought cou- rageously to spend more time with his loved ones. Jared enjoyed the out- doors, playing with his nieces and nephews, and spending time with his wife and family. He was a hard worker, serving his family and the church faithfully. He rode his four-wheeler up until he could not get out of bed anymore, with a love for all things mechan- ical. He brought so much joy and fun to his wife, family and all who knew him. He could light up a room with his smile. He is survived by his wife, Brianna Hawke of Simi Valley, Calif.; his parents, Deborah and Brad Reed; siblings, Jason (Pamela) Hawke of Boise, Justin (Rebecca) Hawke of Pinedale, Wyo., Jana Hawke (Stephen) Dalby of South Jordan, Utah, Julie Hawke (Zach Tilton) of Sidi Slimane, Morocco, and John Hawke of Rexburg; and grandparents, Eldon and Maureen Scott of Annis, Idaho, Jesse Hawke of Cranbrook, BC. He is also survived by his step- siblings, Nathan (Maija) Reed of Boise, Kiera (Brian) Stites of Boise, Kirsten (Brandon) Arthur of Henderson, Nev., Krystle (Brent) Swain of Boise and Lorna (Benjamin) Bryce of Henderson, Nev. He is the favorite uncle of 26 nieces and nephews. His father, Steven Jesse Hawke, and grandmother, Ruth Park Hawke, pre- ceded him in death. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 12, in the Rexburg 23rd Ward LDS Chapel, 345 S. Third West in Rexburg. There will be visiting hours for family and friends from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Friday prior to services. Interment will be in Annis- Little Butte Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the National Brain Tumor Society at www.brain- tumor.org. 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Visitation:10-10:45a.m.prior atthechurch BurialinGoshenCemetery J iM w ilson NoServices F uneral H ome &C rematory SerVICeS 273NORTHRIDGE–522-2751 Moreinformationonlineat www.woodfuneralhome.com orvisitusonFacebookfor thelatestinformationat www.facebook.com/ woodfuneralhome.idaho EASTSIDE-963S.AMMON-522-2992 3931stStreet•208-523-2499 www.rocksthattalk.com e tch e dinst o n e Gifts Gifts OBITUARIES Continued on Page C3 C2 Post Register Wednesday, September 10, 2014 THE WEST Eileen Heiselmann Eileen Marie (Plun- kett) Heiselmann, 83, died peacefully Friday, Sept. 5, 2014, under the care of Hospice of Eastern Idaho at Fairwinds-Sandcreek Assisted Living in Idaho Falls, with family, friends and caring staff at her side. Eileen was born June 11, 1931, in Wadsworth, Ohio, the daughter of Edward and Irene Plun- kett. Her family moved to Chicago when she was 8 years old, where she attended Catholic elemen- tary and high schools, graduating from Alvernia Catholic Girls School in 1949. She met her best friend and the love of her life, Harry William Heisel- mann, while growing up in Chicago and they married June 9, 1951. Shortly after that, Harry was drafted into the Army during the Korean War and she accompanied him to Huntsville, Ala., and to Pasadena, Calif., where she worked as a staff assistant at the Jet Propulsion Labora- tory. Eileen and Harry moved back to Chicago in 1954 after their service, bought their first house and settled down to raise a family. Eileen’s generosity and commit- ment to family endured as she and Harry cared for their aging parents, started their own family of five children and took in her younger brother after her parents passed. Eileen could not resist the blue skies, fresh air and mountains of Idaho when Harry was offered a job at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory in Idaho Falls in 1968. While raising her family, Eileen volunteered to teach physical education and helped with fund- raising events at Holy Rosary Catholic Elemen- tary School. Eileen spent countless hours enthusiastically supporting her children at baseball, basketball, track and football games. She enjoyed traveling, camping, boating, fishing, caring for her grandchil- dren and great-grandchil- dren, romance novels, crossword puzzles and a good Manhattan with a shrimp cocktail! Eileen is survived by her brother, Timothy Edward Plunkett; and her four sons, Paul (Tara) Heiselmann, John (Anne) Heiselmann, Jim (Michele) Heiselmann and Bill Heiselmann. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Harry Heisel- mann; and daughter, Kathy Dial. Eileen’s legacy of extended family includes eight grandchildren, Jay Heiselmann, Katy Howard, Laura Howard, Genni Youngstrom, Amanda Allen, Shannon Claver, Jennifer Cardon, Owen Heiselmann; and 12 great-grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 145 Ninth St. in Idaho Falls, with Father Raul Covar- rubias, celebrant. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery in Idaho Falls. A rosary will be held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. with visitation for family and friends from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, at Buck-Miller-Hann Funeral Home, 825 E. 17th St. in Idaho Falls. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that dona- tions be made to Hospice of Eastern Idaho or to the Holy Rosary Catholic Elementary School schol- arship fund. Special thanks to friend, companion and angel, Jeannie McDowell, for her loving and lasting care of Eileen in her twi- light years. 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“Allegiant is confident in its business model and fare structure,” Myers said, “and while we cannot guarantee no increase in airfares, we do not antici- pate any major changes.” During the past 12 months, Myers said Alle- giant has flown almost 100,000 passengers from Idaho Falls to their various destinations. Northwest Farm Credit eyes new digs Northwest Farm Credit Services plans to move into a new office at Snake River Landing early next year. The 17 employees working at the company’s Idaho Falls office, 2225 W. Broadway, Suite A, will make the move, according to the September/October edition of the Snake River Landing Newsletter. The company’s new office is at 1215 Pier View Drive. According to its website, the company operates 45 branch offices located throughout the Northwest, including in Idaho Falls. Credit union pushes Idaho Saves Week It’s Idaho Saves Week at the Idaho Central Credit Union, a campaign that encourages Idahoans to assess their own savings status and find additional ways to save money. The promotion runs through Saturday. “Many people don’t have sufficient emergency funds for unexpected expenses like medical bills or home repairs,” Credit Union President Kent Oram said in a news release. During the week, Idaho Central Credit Union encourages members to sit down with a financial service officer for a finan- cial review. To learn more about starting a savings plan, or to open an account, visit iccu.com. Marketing director to address IFAF Michael Watson, mar- keting director of Idaho Central Credit Union, will share his perspective on choosing the right mar- keting mix at a Sept. 18 lunch meeting of the Idaho Falls Advertising Federa- tion. The meeting, which is open to the public, runs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Dixie’s Diner, 2150 Channing Way. Watson oversees the overall marketing respon- sibilities of the Credit Union, including bud- geting, development of marketing plans and campaigns, strategy and managing an agency rela- tionship, the release said. The cost to attend the session is $12 for Federa- tion members and $15 for non-members. For infor- mation, visit ifadfed.word press.com. Leadership Program sign-ups underway Registration for the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program is underway. Sponsored by the chamber and Idaho National Laboratory, the program gives partici- pants information on the inner-workings of the greater Idaho Falls com- munity. Participants meet the second Wednesday of every month. The registration fee is $450 for members and $550 for non-members. The fee includes meals, transportation, materials, networking opportunities, site visits and graduation dinner. To register, contact Dana Briggs at programs@ idahofallschamber.com or call (208) 523-1010, Ext. 1004. Registration ends Sept. 26. Class begins in October. Scam alert posted in Bonneville County Scammers are targeting Bonneville County resi- dents, bilking victims out of money by falsely telling them they are wanted on phony warrants accusing them of failure to appear for jury duty and/or failing to return paperwork, according to the Sher- iff’s Office. In the latest scam attempt, an attorney received a call from a man who told him that he was facing warrants for failing to appear for jury duty and failure to return paper- work. According to a Sheriff’s Office news release, the caller identified himself as “Sgt. Karl Brown” with the Bonneville County Sher- iff’s Office Warrants Divi- sion. He gave a fake court case number and stated that each count carried a $250 fine. The caller requested payment of fines over the phone. But the Sheriff’s Office and Bonneville County Courts will never place telephone calls to collect money, the release said. The Sheriff’s Office encourages anyone who receives a suspicious tele- phone call to contact the dispatch center at 529- 1200. MADEFORBUSINESS INTERNETANDPHONE Plus,lockinyourlowpricefor3fullyears SPECIALOFFER SAVE $225 INYOURFIRST3MONTHS* Call 855-520-5416 | Visit cableone.net/madeforbusiness *Limitedtimeoffer;expires9/30/14.FornewCableONEBusinesscustomersonly.PromotiondiscountisbasedonpurchasingaminimumofBusinessInte rnetandBusinessphonethatisequal toorexceeds$152/monthservicefee,beforeequipment,taxes,andfees.PleasereadAcceptableUsagePolicyfordetails.Callforadditionaldetail sandrestrictions.OfferlimitedtoCableONE Serviceableareasonly.Allservicesnotavailableinallareas.**CableONEBusinessInternetcanbe10xfasterthanDSL,dependingonlocation. Actnowandgetservicesmade tohelpyourbusinesssucceed. CABLEONEBUSINESSINTERNET Upto 10xFASTER** thanDSL CABLEONEBUSINESSPHONE IncludingFREEbusinessphonefeatures ACTNOW!OfferexpiresSeptember30,2014 SHOPTALK From Page C1 C2 Post Register Tuesday, September 9, 2014 BUSINESS AGOODVACATIONISMORETHANJUSTLUCK FlyfromIdahoFallsto LasVegasonAllegiant. Booknowat allegiant.com
Cardinal Classic The post-race adrenaline was probably the only thing higher than the 5,760 feet elevation Kelly Park course for local cross- country runners Saturday. Story, Page C1 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk Davis reveals abortion in book birthdays Jazz musician Sonny Rollins is 84. Singer Gloria Gaynor is 65. Actress Julie Kavner is 63. Actor Corbin Bernsen is 60. Actress J. Smith-Cameron (TV: “Rectify”) is 57. Mod- el-actress Angie Everhart is 45. Actress Monique Gabriela Curnen is 44. Actor Tom Everett Scott is 44. Rock musician Chad Sexton (311) is 44. Actress Shannon Eliza- beth is 41. Actor Oliver Hudson is 38. Actor Devon Sawa is 36. Singer-musician Wes Willis (Rush of Fools) is 28. Actress Evan Rachel Wood is 27 TORONTO (AP) — The Toronto Film Festival turned its second day into a very welcome new holiday, “ Bill Murray Day,” an honor the comedian received, naturally, with bemusement. “I get to park wherever I want,” said Murray, appearing for a Q&A following a screening of “Ghostbusters.” Friday was officially dubbed “Bill Murray Day” by the festival, which screened a marathon of Murray classics (“Stripes” and “Groundhog Day,” along with “Ghostbusters”) ahead of the pre- miere of Murray’s latest, the upcoming next-door neighbor comedy “St. Vincent.” Fans turned out outfitted in costumes of beloved Murray characters, from his ocean explorer Steve Zissou to his Army cadet from “Stripes.” Many had wondered about the extent of Murray’s partic- ipation in his own day. But he, clad in red pants and a blue plaid shirt, appeared with Ivan Reitman (who directed him in “Ghostbusters” and “Stripes”) and writer-producer Mitch Glazer (screenwriter of “Scrooged”). today’s quiz By Wilson Casey 1. Is the book of Zechariah in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. From Numbers 21:6, what repulsive creatures bit the Isra- elites in the wilderness? a. Scorpions, b. Fiery ser- pents, c. Vipers, d. Ravens 3. Before the Tower of Babel how many languages were in the world? a. 1, b. 2, c. 3, d. 4 4. From Matthew 7:7, Jesus said that we should seek, knock, and do what? a. Adorn, b. Ask, c. Try, d. Inspire 5. What book’s last verse is, “Remember me, O my God, for good”? a. Genesis, b. Matthew, c. Nehemiah, d. Hebrews 6. How old was Adam when he died? a. 30, b. 130, c. 430, d. 930 in history Today is Sunday, September 7, the 250th day of 2014. There are 115 days left in the year. In 1533, England’s Queen Elizabeth I was born in Green- wich. In 1825, t he Marquis de Lafayette, the French hero of the American Revolution, bade fare- well to President John Quincy Adams at the White House. In 1927, A merican television pioneer Philo T. Farnsworth, 21, succeeded in transmitting the image of a line through purely electronic means with a device called an “image dissector.” In 1996, rapper Tupac Shakur was shot and mortally wounded on the Las Vegas Strip ; he died six days later. side lines local sports ANSWERS: 1. Old; 2. Fiery Serpents; 3. 1; 4. Ask; 5. Nehe- miah; 6. 930 today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day Forecast for Idaho Falls The next 24 hours Idaho Falls Almanac Weather Trivia Regional Forecast Map Around The Region Across The Nation Recreation Information Road and Travel Yesterday’s Extremes Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Arco 76/49 s 76/49 s Blackfoot 82/50 s 82/51 s Boise 89/56 s 87/55 s Burley 83/52 s 83/53 s Challis 80/49 s 81/47 s Elko, NV 86/49 s 83/48 s Island Park 73/38 s 74/39 s Jackson, WY 69/45 s 71/44 s Lewiston 91/58 s 87/58 s Moscow 86/50 s 81/51 s Nampa 88/53 s 87/54 s Ogden, UT 88/53 s 87/54 s Pocatello 83/57 s 83/58 s Rexburg 79/47 s 80/47 s Salmon 80/44 s 81/44 s Shelley 78/48 s 79/49 s Stanley 74/38 s 74/37 s Twin Falls 84/54 s 85/56 s W. Yellowstone 71/32 s 72/35 s Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Atlanta 87/70 t 85/68 t Boston 77/57 pc 70/60 s Chicago 75/61 s 75/63 s Cincinnati 79/56 s 81/61 s Cleveland 72/55 s 74/58 s Dallas 89/73 mc 96/76 s Denver 84/60 s 86/61 pc Detroit 75/57 s 75/61 s Houston 92/75 t 93/76 s Kansas City 75/60 s 80/67 s Las Vegas 96/80 t 92/76 sh Los Angeles 90/70 s 86/69 pc Memphis 84/65 pc 87/69 s Miami 88/80 t 88/81 t Minneapolis 77/57 s 76/61 s New Orleans 88/78 t 88/79 t New York 80/63 s 76/62 pc Orlando 91/76 t 92/76 t Phoenix 93/78 t 90/78 t Pittsburgh 76/53 s 77/58 s Portland 84/56 s 77/56 pc Salt Lake City 88/65 s 83/63 t San Diego 82/72 s 77/71 sh San Francisco 70/56 s 70/58 pc Seattle 84/57 s 70/58 pc Tampa Bay 89/76 t 90/75 t Washington, DC 81/63 pc 80/64 t Streamows Stage Flow Avg. Snake River Basin: Feet cfs Flow Snake R. near Alpine, Wy. 4.50 4,260 4,470 Snake R. near Irwin 7.06 6,460 7,740 Snake R. near Heise 3.48 6,380 7,880 Snake R. at Menan 3.07 5,170 6,050 Snake R. at Blackfoot 4.47 1,830 2,450 Dry Bed near Ririe 8.95 2,070 2,670 Fall R. near Ashton 4.59 751 560 Henry’s Fork near Island Park 3.45 364 885 Henry’s Fork near Ashton 3.33 892 1,650 Salmon R. MF near Yellow Pine 1.77 741 629 Teton R. near Driggs 1.81 335 326 Teton R. near St. Anthony 2.81 767 646 Reservoir Storage American Falls 25% of Capacity Henry’s Lake 95% of Capacity Island Park 51% of Capacity Jackson 83% of Capacity Palisades 50% of Capacity Ririe 75% of Capacity Yesterday's High / Low 81 / 38 Normal High 79 Normal Low 44 Record High 94 in 1955 Record Low 31 in 2010 Yesterday to 4pm 0.00" Month to Date 0.00" Avg. Month to Date 0.17" Year to Date 6.34" Avg. Year to Date 7.15" Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Today 6:59 a.m. 7:51 p.m. 6:55 p.m. 5:15 a.m. Monday 7:00 a.m. 7:50 p.m. 7:32 p.m. 6:31 a.m. Tuesday 7:01 a.m. 7:48 p.m. 8:08 p.m. 7:46 a.m. Wednesday 7:03 a.m. 7:46 p.m. 8:43 p.m. 9:00 a.m. Full 9/8 Last 9/15 New 9/24 First 10/1 Weather (Wx) : cl/cloudy; /urries; pc/partly cloudy; mc/mostly cloudy; ra/rain; rs/rain & snow; s/sunny; sh/showers; sn/snow; t/thunderstorms; w/windy 0-50 .................Good 51-100 .....Moderate 101-150 ....Sensitive 151-200 ..Unhealthy Today’s forecast Good Yesterday 15 The higher the number, the greater the need for people with respiratory problems to reduce outside activity. Temperature Precipitation Sun and Moon Air Quality Today’s UV High: 115° in Death Valley, Calif. Low: 22° in Stanley, Idaho National: Idaho: 1-888-432-7623 Montana: 1-888-432-7623 Wyoming: 1-888-432-7623 Yellowstone Park: (307) 344-2117 Grand Teton Park: (307) 739-3614 TODAY Sunny 81 / 49 Precip Chance: 0% Light winds Monday Sunny 82 / 51 Precip Chance: 0% Light winds Tuesday Mostly Sunny 76 / 46 Precip Chance: 5% Light winds Wednesday Sunny 70 / 42 Precip Chance: 0% 3-7 mph SW Thursday Mostly Sunny 70 / 45 Precip Chance: 5% 5-11 mph SW Friday Sunny 71 / 45 Precip Chance: 0% 5-8 mph S Saturday Mostly Sunny 66 / 41 Precip Chance: 5% 5-7 mph SW On average, how many people are killed each year by tornadoes? ? Answer: About 42 people each year. Morning: At 8 a.m., the temperature is forecast to be 49º, sunny with 9 mph winds out of the east southeast. Afternoon: At 12 noon, the temperature is forecast to be 76º, sunny with winds out of the west southwest at 6 mph. Evening: At 6 p.m., the temperature is forecast to be 79º, mostly clear with 16 mph winds out of the west southwest. Salmon 80 / 44 West Yellowstone 71 / 32 Ashton 77 / 44 Jackson 69 / 45 St. Anthony 78 / 44 Dubois 77 / 48 Mackay 80 / 49 Sun Valley 74 / 44 Terreton 80 / 45 Arco 76 / 49 Blackfoot 82 / 50 Twin Falls 84 / 54 Rupert 83 / 52 Preston 80 / 54 Rexburg 79 / 47 Idaho Falls 81 / 49 Shelley 78 / 48 Pocatello 83 / 57 Challis 80 / 49 3 5 0 - 24 6 8 10 79 11 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 11 : Extreme Exposure today’s weather Powerball: 9-29-31-43-50 (PB: 18) Mega Millions: 7-12-20-24-59 (Mega: 7) Hot Lotto: 1-2-3-25-30 (HB: 19) Wildcard: 2-13-14-27-30 (Queen of Clubs) Pick 3: Sept. 6: 1-5-2; Sept. 5: 2-8-9; Sept. 4: 6-6-1; Sept. 3: 4-2-3 Film festival holds ‘Bill Murray Day’ U.S. hiring slows A surprising drop in hiring and in the number of people seeking work in August sent a reminder that the U.S. economic recovery is still prone to temporary slow- downs. Story, Page A4 Groups seek to deter extremists Every day around sunset, dozens of residents of this small Leb- anese Christian village on the border carry their automatic rifles and deploy on surrounding hills, taking up positions and laying ambushes in case Muslim extremists from neighboring Syria attack. Story, Page A8 Bill Murray AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Democratic gubernatorial candi- date Wendy Davis reveals in a new campaign memoir that she terminated two pregnancies for medical reasons in the 1990s, including one where the fetus had developed a severe brain abnormality. Davis writes in “Forgetting to be Afraid” that she had an abortion after an exam revealed that the brain of the fetus had developed in com- plete separation on the right and left sides. The Associated Press purchased an early copy of the book, which hits stores Tuesday. The memoir also describes ending an earlier ectopic preg- nancy, in which an embryo implants outside the uterus. Davis disclosed the terminated pregnan- cies for the first time since her nearly 13-hour filibuster last year over a tough new Texas abortion law. Both pregnancies happened before Davis, a state senator from Fort Worth, began her political career and after she was already a mother to two young girls. She writes that the ectopic pregnancy happened in 1994. Ter- minating the pregnancy was con- sidered medically necessary. Such pregnancies generally aren’t con- sidered viable, meaning the fetus can’t survive, and the mother’s life could be in danger. But Davis wrote that in Texas, it’s “techni- cally considered an abortion, and doctors have to report it as such.” Davis catapulted to national Democratic stardom after her fili- buster temporarily delayed passed of sweeping new abortion restric- tions. Davis Last day for fun The fair’s last day can be a bitter- sweet affair — one last opportu- nity to enjoy a Tiger’s ear smoth- ered in honey butter or a Classic Bimbo Burger with hot seasoned onions or a chocolate-dipped raspberry cream cheese brownie, served on a stick, no less. Story, Page B1 School zone enforcement Idaho State Police want motor- ists to remember that students have returned to school and drivers need to act accordingly. Law enforcement will be strictly enforcing school zone speed limits throughout the year. Story, Page B6,
Crouch, who completed 5 of 7 passes, including three that went for 30 yards or more. “We had high expec- tations last year and it didn’t work out. It’s been a tough transition, but I do feel more comfortable. It’s taken two years but it’s getting better.” Hillcrest showed off its improved passing attack after three straight runs moved the Knights from the 50 to the 12 on the opening drive. Crouch faked a handoff to Pyper and then found Noah Lewis wide open for a touchdown. “It’s like night and day,” Marshall said of Crouch and the passing game. “We’re beginning to execute the offense better.” Hillcrest executed nearly everything perfectly in the first half, scoring on its first five drives in a variety of ways. The second drive, which ended with a 26-yard TD from Porter Empey on an option play, was all runs. The next drive was two runs, the second a 78-yarder from Crouch that showed off his power (he ran through one tackler early) and his speed (he ran away from the safety late). Crouch added a 1-yard TD run on the next drive, which featured six runs. The next drive had a 30-yard pass from Crouch to Empey and ended with a 6-yard TD run from Morgan Pyper (12 carries, 85 yards). Century finally got on the board to make it 33-7, and Hillcrest responded with a 46-yard pass from Crouch to Brayden Barrus and a 16-yard shovel pass from Crouch to Empey that finished in the end zone and made the score 40-7 at half - time. The big-play ability of the passing game is some- thing that should catch the attention of future oppo- nents. “When you can throw it deep, it keeps defenses guessing,” Crouch said. The second half was a display in running out the clock, and the Knights did that well, too. All in all it was a big win for the Knights, who had ust one victory a year ago and lost a heartbreaker to Blackfoot in the opener last week. “This is a great confi- dence builder,” Marshall said. “We found some kids who can catch the ball and our offensive line played well. It’s something we can build on.” The Knights (1-1) return to action at Rigby on Friday. POST REGISTER At Driggs, senior running back Jason Hathaway scored two of his three touchdowns before halftime and Shelley rolled to a 40-7 3A District 6 win over Teton on Friday night. Hathaway finished as Shelley’s leading rusher with 91 yards on seven carries and two touch- downs and receiver with three catches for 76 yards and a touchdown. “I thought we were able to execute our game plan as we designed it,” Shelley head coach Travis Hobson said. “I’m proud of our boys.” Sophomore Bryon Leck- ington completed 8 of 12 passes for 169 yards for two touchdowns and no inter- ceptions and also rushed for 10 yards on five carries in his second varsity start. Bracken Nelson caught two passes for 65 yards and an interception. Shelley (2-0) hosts Manti, Utah, on Friday. Manti is the only team to have beaten the Russets in the last two seasons, taking a 21-0 win over Shelley in Utah last year. “That will be a big game,” Hobson said. SUGAR-SALEM 26, BEAR LAKE 6: At Sugar City, Derek Ostermiller ran for 75 yards and three touchdowns and the Diggers pulled away late to beat Bear Lake in a nonconference game. Ostermiller had TD runs of 5, 16 and 42 yards. Ryan Hawkes got a 15-yard TD pass from Ethan Arnold for the Diggers’ other score. The Diggers defense gave up 95 yards rushing to Brennen Williams but held the rest of the team to minus- 27 yards on the ground. The Diggers (1-1) host Snake River on Friday. FIRTH 36, SODA SPRINGS 6: At Soda Springs, Firth shrugged off a slow start before blowing past Soda Springs for a non- conference win. The Cougars trailed 6-0 after one quarter, then scored 22 in the second quarter to take command. “We came out a little slow and (Soda) got a lot better after that loss to West Jefferson,” Firth coach Keith Drake said. Jackson Thompson sparked the rally when he broke free for a 70-yard TD run. The Cougars then scored two touchdowns late in the quarter, both on 10-yard Brodie Cate touch- down passes. The first went to Thompson, the second to Lucus Orme. Thompson added a 36-yard fumble return for a score in the third quarter before Orme caught another TD pass from Cate, again from 10 yards out, in the fourth. Thompson led the Cougars with 137 yards rush- ing and topped the defense with seven tackles. Firth (1-1) hosts Malad on Friday. SOUTH FREMONT 20, WEST JEFFERSON 14: At St. Anthony, South Fremont’s defense came up with a defensive touchdown and a late goal-line stand to pull out a nonconference win over West Jefferson. “The defense ruled the day for us,” South Fremont coach Chad Hill said. Junior Coverley was all over the field, scoring the first touchdown on a 60-yard punt return while adding dou- ble-digit tackles and a team- high 93 yards rushing. “He’s small, but he gives you everything he’s got,” Hill said. Blake Bartschi caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Junior Gonzalez (7 of 13, 71 yards; 43 yards rush- ing) while Drew Stoddard scored on a 20-yard fumble return in the second quarter. The defense clinched it late in the fourth following a South Fremont turnover at the 3. The defense forced a turnover of its own and the offense was able to run out the clock. “This is exactly what we needed,” Hill said. The Cougars (1-1) play at Ririe on Friday. JACKSON 50, NORTH FREMONT 30: At Ashton, Jackson Hole pulled away from a 28-18 halftime lead to hand North Fremont a loss in its season opener. The Broncs shut out the Huskies in the third quarter, which North Fremont head coach Ben Lenz said was a turning point against a bigger Jackson team. “We got the ball coming out the second half and we fumbled on the second play,” Lenz said. “We kinda traded back and forth a little bit and held our own and they over- whelmed us a little bit with their size and athleticism.” Junior running back Tanner Oberhansley led the Huskies in rushing with 160 yards on 20 carries and completed two of four passes for 93 yards. Michael Mower, who left the game with a con- cussion, rushed for 127 yards and two TDs on 14 carries and caught a pass for 73 yards and a touchdown. Luke Nedrow played quar- terback for the Huskies, who lost two-year starting quar- terback Shane Hill to an ACL tear in team camp. “He did a great job for the first game,” Lenz said. “Just exceptional.” North Fremont (0-1) plays Friday at Aberdeen. MALAD 41, RIRIE 7: At Ririe, Malad put up 21 points in the first quarter en route to a nonconference win over Ririe. Ririe coach Josh Stewart said the Bulldogs were in good position to add to their second quarter touchdown, but then fumbled. “If we had gotten the score there, who knows, maybe we could’ve gotten some momentum,” Stewart said. “Credit to them. I felt like they were a lot more physical than we were.” Quarterback Kobe Nelson completed 5 of 14 attempted passes for 85 yards, one touchdown and one intercep- tion and led Ririe in rushing with 60 yards on 18 carries. Cody Slayden scored Ririe’s touchdown on a 15-yard pass from Nelson, finishing the night with three recep- tions for 77 yards. Zane Zeller rushed for 30 yards on six carries and had two recep- tions for eight yards. Ririe (0-2) plays Friday at home against South Fremont. BUTTE COUNTY 55, MACKAY 6: At Mackay, six Pirates scored in Butte County’s nonconference rout of Mackay. Butte County coach Sam Thorngren said the game was called by the referees after the Pirates’ final touchdown in the third quarter by way of the former mercy rule. The Idaho High School Activities Association changed the 1A mercy rule to a running clock rule that goes into effect this season, and Thorngren said he and Mackay head coach Jack McKelvey both explained that to the officials before the game. Thorngren said the Pirates shut down Mackay’s passing game. “Our D-line brought a lot of heat,” Thorngren said. “Everybody played their assignments well.” Pirates quarterback Jon Isham completed both attempted passes for 90 yards, one touchdown and also rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown. Jeremie Hjelm led Butte County in rushing with 170 yards on three car- ries for two touchdowns and caught a 30-yard pass. “He’s a speedster,” Thorngren said. “He read his blocks and made some cuts down field.” Butte County (2-0) has a bye next week while Mackay (0-2) hosts Camas County on Friday. DIETRICH 60, WATER- SPRINGS 28: At Ammon, Dietrich broke open a close game with 32 points in the second half to take a non- conference win. Dietrich led 28-20 at half- time. “They threw a couple of deep balls, but most of them were little short passes,” Watersprings coach John Yadon said. “You start getting tired when you start chasing guys. It just snowballs.” Yadon said senior running back/strong safety Daniel Buell was injured early and left the game. A player was making a tackle and caught Buell in the knee. Mark Mathison had 43 yards on 14 carries, caught one pass for 13 yards and completed 10 of 22 passes for 306 yards, three touch- downs and two intercep- tions. Nathaniel Marlin led the Warriors in receiving, catching three for 152 yards and two TDs. Yadon also commended freshmen Uriah Yadon (35 yards on six carries, two catches for 37 yards) and Kyson Poletti (39 yards on eight carries, one catch for 46 yards). Watersprings (0-2) plays Friday at home against Lighthouse Christian. RAFT RIVER 70, CHALLIS 8: At Malta, Max Boden ran for 214 yards and five touchdowns and Raft River opened the season with a dominating win. Boden gave Raft River an 8-0 lead with a 60-yard run and the two-point conversion. Challis tied it on an 11-yard pass from Brandon Hamilton to R.J. Cotant and a two- point run from Hamilton, but Raft River scored the next 62 points. Challis (1-1) is off next week. B y MARK HIGH email@example.com BLACKFOOT — Non- conference foes collided Friday at Blackfoot High School as the Broncos welcomed the Skyline Grizzlies (0- 2) to town in what proved to be a thrilling contest. In the end it was the Broncos (2 -0) that prevailed as they umped to an early lead and then held off a furious comeback attempt with a 24 -21 victory. “It’s tough. I knew it was going to be tough and I thought that they did a good job against us defensively,” Blackfoot head coach Stan Buck said. “We were able to hit a couple of big throws, but we can be better.” One of those big throws was the game’s first play from scrim- mage as Broncos quarterback Pacen Hayes connected with Taylor Pearson on a pass to the flat that turned into an 80 -yard touchdown strike, putting the Broncos up 7 -0 just 13 seconds into the game. Hayes finished with 232 yards passing on 11 completions. Skyline answered that score with a game-tying touchdown pass later in the opening frame as David Ames took a handoff and then jump passed a perfectly placed ball into the waiting hands of Garrett Whitehead for a 5- yard strike. The two teams then settled in on defense, and with 53 seconds remaining in the half, Blackfoot’s Josiah Hoskins was able to step in front of a Benton Mitchell pass for a 47 -yard pick six and a 14 -7 Broncos lead heading into half- time. Blackfoot extended that lead to 17 -7 midway through the third quarter as Matt Peterson con- nected on a 38 -yard field goal. Three minutes later, Mitchell connected on the first of two touchdown strikes to Brannon Whyte, and after the Jorge Carmona point after kick, the score stood at 17-14. Mitchell finished with 145 yards passing as the senior con- nected on 16 pass attempts. With the lead, Blackfoot then turned to the ground game. Led by senior Damon Bodkin, the Broncos began pounding away at the Grizzly defense. Bodkin fin- ished with 77 yards rushing, 55 of those coming down the stretch in the second half. “That’s going to be a good one -two punch down the road and I think that our offensive line started feeling it too,” Buc said. “We knew that Bodkin is a physical kid. He’s worked hard in rehab to get back and teams will have to respect both aspects of our offense. They can double us on the outside or play seven in the box. It’s a good thing to have.” After a Hayes 10 -yard touch- down run pushed the lead bac to 10, Skyline answered with another Mitchell to Whyte score. But a late interception by Black- foot safety Chase Causey sealed the victory. Blackfoot holds off Skyline 24-21 B2 Post Register Saturday, September 6, 2014 SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RIGBY 29, IDAHO FALLS 28 Rigby 14 0 0 15 – 29 Idaho Falls 14 7 7 0 – 28 FIRST QUARTER I.F. – Jake Thornberry 12-yard run (Cole Brower kick) 9:21 R – Tyrel Phillips 62-yard pass from Hayden Livingston (Alan Caudillo kick) 6:17 I.F. – Thornberry 71-yard run (Brower kick) 4:35 R – Connor Francia 9-yard pass from Living- ston (Caudillo kick) 2:21 SECOND QUARTER I.F. – Thornberry 57-yard run (Brower kick) 8:21 THIRD QUARTER I.F. – Connor Cammack 21-yard pass from Thornberry (Brower kick) FOURTH QUARTER R – Phillips 13-yard pass from Livingston (Caudillo kick) 3:13 R – Drew Zagula 15-yard pass from Livingston (Phillips run) 15.9 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING – Idaho Falls: Thornberry 32-253, Christian Simon 5-24, Brennon Witt 1-2, Trai Lin- senmann 1-2. Rigby: Livingston 10-79, Zagula 12-65, Phillips 7-26, Haydon Landon 1-1. PASSING – Idaho Falls: Thornberry 6-13- 1-57, Trevor Hott 1-1-0-4. Rigby: Livingston 21-35-3-308 RECEIVING – Idaho Falls: Cammack 1-21, Stockton Despot 2-18, Hott 2-17, Witt 1-4, Trevor Franco 1-1. Rigby: Landon 8-133, Phillips 7-102, Francia 2-31, Zagula 1-15, Bo Byington 1-13, Travis Bischel 1-2. HILLCREST 53, CENTURY 7 Century 0 7 0 0 — 7 Hillcrest 18 22 6 7 — 53 FIRST QUARTER HIL — Noah Lewis 12 pass from Beau Crouch (pass failed) HIL — Porter Empey 26 run (pass failed) HIL — Crouch 72 run (pass failed) SECOND QUARTER HIL — Crouch 1 run (Crouch pass) HIL — Morgan Pyper 6 run (Kolten Wester- gard kick) CEN — Izaac Leon 6 pass from Lucas Rawl- ings (Rawlings kick) HIL — Empey 16 pass from Crouch (West- ergard kick) THIRD QUARTER HIL — Westergard 40 pass from Crouch (kick failed) FOURTH QUARTER HIL — Noah Heimer 1 run (Westergard kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Century: Tristan Kayembe 13-34, Jesse Mitchell 1-(-5), Connor Moon 1-8, Lucas Rawlings 5-14, Dallin Blaser 2-(-1), Alec Dahlquist 6-16, Jaxson Madrigal 8-37. Hillcrest: Morgan Pyper 12-85, Beau Crouch 6-92, Porter Empey 4-37, Trey Geyer 14-55, Noah Heimer 5-20, Kolten Westergard 1-(-1). PASSING — Century: Rawlings 10-23-2 144, Rhett Fackrell 1-3-0 5. Hillcrest: Crouch 5-7-0 156, Heimer 0-3-0 0. RECEIVING — Century: Blaser 4-71, Kayem- be 2-24, Mitchell 2-18, Dahlquist 1-25, Leon 1-6, Ryan Wilson 1-5. Hillcrest: Lewis 1-12, Empey 2-58, Brayden Barrus 1-46, Westergard 1-40. MADISON 20, BONNEVILLE 6 Bonneville 0 0 0 6 – 6 Madison 7 6 7 0 – 20 FIRST QUARTER M – Garrett Stanger 14 run (Eli Norton kick) 2:39 SECOND QUARTER M – Josh Crane 8 pass from Konner Stone- berg (kick failed) 8:35 THIRD QUARTER M – Crane 39 pass from Stoneberg (Norton kick) 6:53 FOURTH QUARTER B – Brad Smith 6 run (kick failed) 6:54 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING – Bonneville: B. Smith 10-58, Trevor McDonald 9-33, A.J. Nakashima 5-7, Teagan Handy 2-(-5). Madison: Stanger 10-56, Stoneberg 18-50, Skyler Buck 10-24. PASSING – Bonneville: B. Smith 13-37-3-144. Madison: Stoneberg 13-32-1-199. RECEIVING – Bonneville: Brenden Tamayo 5-50, McDonald 5-45, Zach Eldrodge 2-22, Tyler Perkins 2-20, Handy 1-12. Madison: Crane 5-119, Zach Anderson 3-40, Zach Robinson 3-26, Keaton Parkinson 1-5. BLACKFOOT 24, SKYLINE 21 Skyline 7 0 7 7 — 21 Blackfoot 7 7 3 7 — 24 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Skyline: D. Ames 15-33, Benton Mitchell 13-23, Alex Peterson 8-24. Blackfoot: Q. Earley 4-5, L. Averett 6-14, D. Bodkin 17-77, P. Hayes 5-2. PASSING — Skyline: Mitchell 16-25-2 145, Ames 1-1-0 5. Blackfoot: Hayes 11-26-0 232. RECEIVING — Skyline: L. Martin 3-36, B. Whyte 2-42, Ames 4-18, T. McConeghy 1-4, G. Whitehead 1-5, Peterson 3-28. Blackfoot: T. Pearson 2-113, J. Hoskins 7-91, M. Peterson 1-17, K. Robinson 1-11. SHELLEY 40, TETON 7 Shelley 14 12 7 7—40 Teton 0 0 0 7—7 FIRST QUARTER S—Jason Hathaway 51 run (Fredrickson kick good) S—Bryon Leckington 3 run (Fredrickson kick good) SECOND QUARTER S—Hathaway 53 pass from Leckington (Fredrickson kick failed) S—Bracken Nelson 61 pass from Leckington (Fredrickson kick failed) THIRD QUARTER S—Hathaway 9 run (Fredrickson kick good) Fourth S—Rollin Sutherin 9 run (Fredrickson kick good) T—Derek Birch 1 pass from Freeman Mc- Cashland (McCashland kick good) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Shelley: Jason Hathaway 7-91, Rollin Sutherin 10-75, Tyler Bean 3-53, Dakota Robison 3-48, Jonathan Carranza 8-39, Bryon Leckington 5-10, Marcus Johnson 3-6, Tyler Fredrickson 1-4, Bracken Nelson 1-0. Teton: Josh Phillips 14-56, Justin Wade 2-5, Derek Birch 3-3, Freeman McCashland 4-(-25) PASSING—Shelley: Leckington 8-12-0 169, Fredrickson 1-1-0 48. Teton: McCashland 15-30- 1 154, Stephen Hales 1-1-0 8. RECEIVING—Shelley: Hathaway 3-76, Nelson 2-65, Bean 1-48, Fredrickson 2-18, Carranza 1-10. Teton: Birch 8-70, Austin Jacobs 3-33, Hales 2-32, Wade 1-15, McCashland 1-8, Phillips 1-4. SUGAR-SALEM 26, BEAR LAKE 6 Bear Lake 0 6 0 0 — 6 Sugar-Salem 7 7 0 12 — 26 FIRST QUARTER SS — Derek Ostermiller 5 run (Jacob Baggett kick) SECOND QUARTER BL — Jentz Quintero 70 interception return (pass failed) SS — Ryan Hawkes 15 pass from Ethan Arnold (Baggett kick) FOURTH QUARTER SS — Ostermiller 16 run (kick failed) SS — Ostermiller 42 run (pass failed) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Bear Lake: Brennen Williams 18-95, Theron Wallentine 5-(-17), Jentz Quintero 3-5, Bridger Steele 2-(-18), Daymon Shaul 2-(-5), Trevor Keetch 1-3. SUGAR-SALEM: Camry Ingram 12-80, Ethan Arnold 10-(-2), Derek Oster- miller 9-75, Jared Purser 9-24, AJ Hansen 2-15, Caden Christensen 2-6, Denton Belnap 2-2, Trayjen Miller 1-1. PASSING — Bear Lake: Wallentine 4-15-0 53, Shaul 0-3-0 0. Sugar-Salem: Ethan Arnold 6-9-1 72. RECEIVING — Bear Lake: Quintero 1-24, Ryan Gunderson 1-5, Brennen Williams 1-14, Shaul 1-4. Sugar-Salem: Hansen 2-46, Hawkes 2-24, Purser 2-2. JACKSON 50, NORTH FREMONT 30 Jackson 6 22 8 14 — 50 North Fremont 6 12 0 12 — 30 FIRST QUARTER NF—Michael Mower 5 run (run failed) SECOND QUARTER NF—Tanner Oberhansley 59 run (run failed) NF—Mower 73 from Oberhansley (run failed) FOURTH QUARTER NF—Mower 63 run (pass failed) NF—Tevyn Bell 20 from Oberhansley (pass failed) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — North Fremont: Tanner Ober- hansley 20-160, Michael Mower 14-127, Luke Nedrow 4-1, Caleb Hess 1-1. PASSING — North Fremont: Oberhansley 2-4-0 93, Nedrow 0-2 RECEIVING — North Fremont: Mower 1-73, Tevyn Bell 1-20 FIRTH 36, SODA SPRINGS 6 Firth 0 22 8 6 — 36 Soda Springs 6 0 0 0 — 6 FIRST QUARTER S — Dillon Farnes 15 run (kick failed) SECOND QUARTER F — Jackson Thompson 70 run (Rylie Clemens run) F — Brodie Cate 10 pass to Jackson Thomp- son (Brodie Cate pass to Connor Burkhart) F — Brodie Cate 10 pass to Lucus Orme (Zak Johnson kick failed) THIRD QUARTER F — Jackson Thompson 36 fumble return (Jackson Thompson run good) FOURTH QUARTER F — Brodie Cate 10 pass to Lucus Orme (pass failed) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Firth: Jackson Thompson 15-137, Zak Johnson 1-1, Orme 1-6, Cate 3-20, Colton Clevenger 1-1, Damon Folkman 5-18, Colton Clemons 1-2, Will Park 2-10. PASSING — Firth: Cate 9-13-0 122. RECEIVING — Firth: Orme 5-53, Connor Bur- khart 1-5, Thompson 2-23, Zak Johnson 1-30. DIETRICH 60, WATERSPRINGS 28 Dietrich 0 28 14 18 — 60 Watersprings 6 14 0 8 — 28 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Watersprings: Mark Mathison 14-43, Kyson Poletti 8-39, Uriah Yadon 6-35, Daniel Buell 3-28. PASSING—Watersprings: Mark Mathison 10-22-2 306, Ben Hayes 1-1-0 13. RECEIVING—Watersprings: Nathaniel Marlin 3-152 (2 TDs), Hayes 4-71, Yadon 2-37 (1 TD), Kyson Poletti 1-46, Mathison 1-13. SOUTH FREMONT 20, WEST JEFFERSON 14 West Jefferson 0 6 8 0 — 14 South Fremont 7 13 0 0 — 20 FIRST QUARTER SF — Junior Coverley 60 punt return (Avi Popacelo) SECOND QUARTER SF — Blake Bartschi 21 pass from Junior Gonzalez (Popacelo kick) SF — Drew Stoddard 20 fumble retunr (kick failed) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — South Fremont: Gonzalez 11-43, Coverley 14-93, Cody Tucker 2-2, Tucker Olson 4-4-42, Danny Huber 2-11. PASSING — South Fremont: Gonzalez 7-13-1 71. RECEIVING — South Fremont: Tyler Barney 2-19, Garrett Remington 1-15, Blake Bartschi 1-21, Coverley 1-6, Cody Tucker 1-9, Joseph Davenport 1-1. BUTTE COUNTY 55, MACKAY 6 Butte County 16 19 20 0 — 55 Mackay 0 6 0 0 — 6 FIRST QUARTER BC-Zac Harrell 47 run (Schooner Collins pass from Cougar Coburn) BC-Jon Isham 55 run (Coburn) SECOND QUARTER BC-Jeremie Hjelm 97 run (Coburn kick good) BC-Harrell 16 run (Coburn kick failed) M-Wes Roscoe 3 pass from Jacob Green (Roscoe pass from Green failed) BC-Collins 60 pass from Isham (Coburn kick failed) THIRD QUARTER BC-Hjelm 67 run (Coburn kick good) BC-Bryant Webb 30 run (Coburn kick good) BC-Landen Gamett 3 run (game called by referees) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Butte County: Jon Isham 1-55 (TD), Jeremie Hjelm 3-170 (2 TDs), Kent Cummins 1-25, Zac Harrell 2-63 (2 TDs), Brett Waymire 4-21, Bryant Webb 4-51 (TD), Landen Gamett 1-33, Austin Buxton 1-5, Dylan Beard 1-5, Matt Isham 1-7. PASSING — Butte County: J. Isham 2-2-0 90. RECEIVING — Butte County: Schooner Collins 1-60 (TD), Hjelm 1-30. MALAD 41, RIRIE 7 Malad 21 0 13 7 — 41 Ririe 0 7 0 0 — 7 FIRST QUARTER M—4 run (kick no good) M—24 yd interception return (run good) M—4 yd run (kick good) SECOND QUARTER R—Cody Slayden 15 pass from Kobe Nelson (Javier Garcia kick good) THIRD QUARTER M—30 run (kick good) M—20 reception (run failed) FOURTH QUARTER M—10 run (kick good) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING — Ririe: Kobe Nelson 18-60, Reagan Thacker 5-11, Zane Zeller 6-30, Tony Todd 3-4, Chance Briggs 2-3 PASSING — Ririe: Nelson 5-14-2 85 RECEIVING — Ririe: Zeller 2-8, Cody Slayden 3-77 (1 TD). RAFT RIVER 70, CHALLIS 8 Challis 8 0 0 0 — 8 Raft River 38 20 0 12 —70 FIRST QUARTER RR — M. Boden 60 run (Peterson run) C — Cotant 11 pass from Hamilton (Hamilton run) RR — M. Boden 25 run (Peterson run) RR — M. Boden 25 run (run failed) RR — Peterson 60 run (Peterson run) RR — M. Boden 45 run (Peterson run) SECOND QUARTER RR — Ward 4 pass from Peterson (run failed) RR — M. Boden 41 run (Ward pass from Peterson) RR — Erickson 10 run (run failed) FOURTH QUARTER RR — Erickson 37 run (run failed) RR — Erickson 87 pass from Hitt (run failed) H igH S cHool F ootball S coreboard Hathaway sparks Shelley to a win pass attempts, the two teams also were flagged for a total of 21 penalties for 175 yards. “We weren’t sharp, but we won the game,” Buck said. “We were close to being sharp, but we got some running yards. But the penalties hurt.” Bonneville (0-2) will next play Skyline at Thunder Stadium, and Madison (1-1) moves on to the other side of the state to take on Skyview at Nampa. KNIGHTS From Page B1 BEES From Page B1
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FriendsFriendsFriends ››› “Knocked Up” (2007) By Jay Bobbin © Zap2it “NFL Thursday Night Football” is a very big deal for CBS. In more ways than one. One only needs to see the ads sporting such stars as Mark Harmon and Julianna Margulies with lampblack under their eyes to know how much the franchise means to the network ... which is temporarily relocating one of its biggest hits, “The Big Bang Theory,” back to Mondays to accommodate the games. Reports place the price of the deal between CBS and the NFL in the area of $250 million. The first match-up, on Sept. 11, takes the Pittsburgh Steelers to meet the Baltimore Ravens. Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson will call the game, as they will for the six subsequent Thursday contests. Another sign of what Thursday Night Football means to CBS — which will co-produce and simulcast the games with the NFL Net - work — was the July panel it assembled for television reporters in Los Angeles, boasting three of America’s top businessmen: Leslie Moonves, president and CEO of CBS Corporation; NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell; and Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots and chairman of the NFL’s broad- cast committee. Though CBS’ Thursday deal with the NFL initially is for only one year, “It is our job to show the NFL what we can do and how great it’s going to be and how great the partner- Robert Kraft O n T he C Over CBS kicks off Thursday football ship is going to be,” Moonves says. “We’re confident that af- ter this year is over, they’ll sit down and, hopefully, give us a longer deal than that.” With the NFL Network owned by the National Foot- ball League itself, Goodell explains the aim is to “take what we had started on the NFL Network (and) continue to grow the NFL Network, but really create a greater awareness of the NFL on Thursday night in a franchise that we all will be proud of. And we were proud to pick CBS. The promotion of Thurs - day night, the commitment to the production value, the commitment to having their ‘A’ talent on Thursday night is something that was very important to us.”
2 | SEPTEMBER 7, 2014 WALTER SCOTT’S Q: What is Derek Jeter do- ing after he retires from the New York Yankees? —Ryan M., New York City A: Swapping his glove for a pen. The 40-year-old shortstop—a Bronx Bomb- er for half his life whose record-breaking career will be honored at Yankee Stadium today—will re- lease his book The Contract on Sept. 23. The semiauto- biographical kids’ novel follows a Little Leaguer who makes a deal with his parents to get good grades. Q: Is the actress in the Wendy’s commercials a real redhead? —Teri W., Arlington, Va. A: “Sadly, I am not!” Mor- gan Smith Goodwin, 29, says. The natural blonde didn’t dye her hair until she landed the role—but she plans to maintain it. “I keep the color in between ads. It’s a good way to spot me,” she says. “Lots of people want to take seles with me, and they often ask me to say the tagline, ‘Now that’s better.’ ” What hap- pens to all the leftover food on set? Find out at parade .com/wendys. Q: Are the seeds used to grow Chia Pets the same ones found in trendy reci- pes? —Mark S., Santa Fe A: They are! But the chia seeds used in the terra-cotta pets, which made their debut in 1977, shouldn’t be eaten—they aren’t approved for consump- tion. Instead, head to a grocery or drugstore to reap the health ben- ets. Chia seeds are a good source of ber, calcium, and omega-3. Go to parade.com/chia for a tasty pudding recipe. SUNDAY FREEBIE Enter for a chance to win the rst season of The Goldbergs on DVD, signed by George Segal, at parade.com/win. Jeter and his book, The Contract Chia Pet puppy Morgan Smith Goodwin WALTER SCOTT ASKS... CRAIG T. NELSON The actor, 70, prepares or the sixth and fnal season o NBC’s Parenthood (Sept. 25, 10 p.m. ET). What will it be like to say goodbye to the cast? It’s sad be- cause everybody got really close. They’re some of the best I’ve worked with. It’s funny, we shoot on the same stage I shot Coach , which was another wonderful experience. Why do viewers relate so much to the Braverman fam- ily? They’re willing to risk anything to stay together, and I think that’s what many families are going through. They’d sacrice or do anything to take care of each other. Do you think parenting is harder today? Absolutely. It’s much harder than when I was growing up. What it takes just to earn a living—working two or three jobs—is driv- ing a wedge in families that shouldn’t be there. You have eight grandchildren and two great-grand- children. What do you enjoy most about that role? Talking to them, getting to know them individually. Sharing advice and wisdom. And giving them back at the end of the day is fantastic! Does Gladys Knight have a favorite song from her time with the Pips? – Marion S., Naples, Fla. A: “I have too many, and my favorites are probably ones you’ve never heard!” says Knight, 70. According to the Empress of Soul, that’s because some of their music was never released. But that’s about to change. The song “Life,” which the singer wrote with the Pips while they were still together, is on her new gospel album, Where My Heart Belongs , out Sept. 9. You can listen to it now—for free!—at parade.com/gladys. SUNDAY FREEBIE: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. TO ENTER, GO TO PARADE.COM/WIN. STARTS 5:00 P.M. ET, 9/5/14, AND ENDS 4:59 P.M. ET, 9/12 /14. OPEN TO LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES (D.C.) 13 YEARS AND OLDER, EXCEPT EMPLOYEES OF SPONSOR, THEIR IMMEDIATE FA MILIES, AND THOSE LIVING IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD. ODDS OF WINNING DEPEND ON THE NUMBER OF ENTRIES RECEIVED. VOID OUTSIDE THE 50 UNITED STATES (D.C.) AND WHERE PROHIBI TED. A.R.V. OF THE 5 PRIZES: $45.99 EACH. SPONSOR: PARADE MEDIA GROUP. THIS PROMOTION IS IN NO WAY SPONSORED, ENDORSED OR ADMIN ISTERED BY, OR ASSOCIATED WITH, FACEBOOK. PHOTOS, CLOCKWISE FROM CENTER: MITCHELL HAASETH/NBC UNIVERSAL; WE ARE THE RHOADS; CHIA PET® IS A REGISTERED TRA DEMARK OF JOSEPH ENTERPRISES, INC. CHIA PET TRADEMARK AND IMAGE ARE USED WITH PERMISSION; GILLES PETARD/REDFERNS; PATRICK MCDER MOTT/GETTY IMAGES Gladys Knight and the Pips Email your questions for Walter Scott to firstname.lastname@example.org. See the top 10 tearjerker moments from Parenthood at parade .com/tv . © PARADE Publications 2014. All rights reserved
At Hillcrest, Roxanne Hoffman had a hat trick and was one of four goal scorers for the Knights as the Hillcrest High School girls soccer team opened 5A District 5-6 play with a 7-0 win over Idaho Falls. Hoffman had one goal in the first half and two in the second half. Hillcrest coach Dave Coffman said he joked with Hoffman afterwards because she had forgotten her cleats. “She was wearing bor- rowed cleats,” Coffman said. “I told her she’s gonna have to buy those cleats now. We were on fire today. The ball move- ment today was all over the place.” Taya McBride began Hillcrest’s scoring with a 15th minute goal. Tarynda Bateman assisted Katry Redd on a 28th minute goal and Hoffman scored eight minutes later to send the Knights into halftime ahead 3-0. McBride scored off a Bateman assist in the 42nd minute and Bateman scored in the 59th minute off a Taylor Gregory assist. Hoffman scored in the 70th minute off a Gregory assist and wrapped up her hat trick with an unassisted 77th minute goal. Hillcrest (4-1-0, 1-0-0) next plays Monday against rival Bonneville at Thunder Stadium. SKYLINE 3, CENTURY 3: At Pocatello, Century rallied from a 3-0 deficit to end with a 3-3 tie against Skyline. Citlalli Sanchez scored in the 16th and 19th minutes with assists from Nicole Morrison and Haley Smith, respectively. Morrison assisted Megan Aumeier on a 56th minute goal. Skyline (2-0-1) next plays Saturday at Madison. HIGHLAND 2, BONNE- VILLE 1: At Iona, Jackie Mendoza made a long run and scored the Bees’ only goal in a 5A District 5-6 loss to Highland. The Rams led 2-0 when Mendoza picked up the ball inside her own half, fended off a defender and slotted a shot into the corner to cut the lead in half. “It took a lot of work to score that goal,” Bonneville coach Michael Wedman said. Bonneville (1-3-0, 0-1-0) plays at Rigby on Saturday. SHELLEY 14, SOUTH FREMONT 1: At Shelley, Brittany Baron scored four goals and Shelley cruised to a 3A District 6 victory over South Fremont. Kira Marlow, Holly Dooley and Tymber Tenerowicz each scored twice while Brie Stumbo, Abby Cran- dall, Hannah Haroldsen and Gwean Marlow also scored for the Russets. The coaches voted Haroldsen and defender Emma Stohl as game MVPs. “A big part of that was effort,” Shelley coach Jim Gregory said. Shelley (3-0-0, 1-0-0) hosts Aberdeen on Sat- urday. NORTH FREMONT 9, ABERDEEN 0: At Aberdeen, Kylee Masters and Allyx Lenz scored four goals each in a nonconference shutout of Aberdeen. Masters, a senior, scored North Fremont’s first goal while Lenz, a sophomore, scored twice later in the first half to give the Huskies a 3-0 halftime lead. Cynthia Martinez scored early in the second half, followed by Lenz and three goals from Masters within the next eight minutes. Lenz found the back of the net with 15 seconds left to wrap up her day. North Fremont coach Ethan Jones said everyone was involved in providing scoring opportunities. “They had a lot of chances,” North Fremont coach Ethan Jones said. “We worked the ball up and down our wings. It started from our defense.” North Fremont (3-1-0) next plays Saturday at home against conference oppo- nent Sugar-Salem. TETON 1, SNAKE RIVER 0: At Driggs, Teton’s Shelyn Hansen knocked in the lone goal of the game in a non- conference win over Snake River. Hansen scored off an assist from Jessica Naylor in the 76th minute in what Teton coach Sandy Buck- staff described as a mad scramble in front of the goal. Buckstaff said the Redskins outshot the Pan- thers 21 to 4. The corner kicks were also 9-0 in favor of Teton. “Give credit to their keeper,” Buckstaff said. “She played very, very well. We just kept working hard and eventually good things happen.” Teton (2-0-0) next plays Tuesday at home against conference opponent Shelley. Boys soccer SKYLINE 3, CENTURY 2: At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, Skyline senior Jorge Carmona knocked in the game-winning goal in the 67th minute in the Griz- zlies’ nonconference win over Century. The goal was Carmo- na’s second of the day, as he opened the scoring with a penalty kick in the fourth minute. Skyline coach Byraun Moretz said the Grizzlies won by outworking the Dia- mondbacks. “Century by far is clearly the dominant 4A team,” Moretz said. “I’d be so bold as to say the state cham- pion. They move the ball really well. We grinded and grinded.” Century tied it up five minutes after Carmona’s first goal. The Grizzlies took the lead again off Josue Maja- no’s 21st minute goal, but the Diamondbacks knocked in an equalizer in the 31st to go into halftime knotted at 2-2. Skyline (4-0-0) next plays Saturday against Madison at the soccer complex. IDAHO FALLS 1, HILL- CREST 0: At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, the Tigers opened 5A District 5-6 play win a win over Hillcrest. After playing a score- less first half, Kobi Brower scored off a free kick from 50 yards out in the 48th minute. “The first half, we were just outplayed,” Idaho Falls coach Cory Steele said. “They were playing at a much higher intensity than we were. The second half, we stopped playing scared, picked up the intensity and it ended up being a pretty even match.” Idaho Falls (3-0-1, 1-0) next plays Tuesday at Madison. HIGHLAND 2, BONNE- VILLE 1: At Highland, Bon- neville fell to the Rams in its first 5A District 5-6 contest. Highland scored in the 10th and 15th minutes. Bonneville’s Mikey Garcia scored in the 34th minute to cut the lead to 2-1. Bonneville had an oppor- tunity to tie the game in the 55th minute with a penalty kick, but missed it. “We were tough on them,” Bonneville coach Chris Watts said. “We pressed them a lot.” Bonneville (3-0-1) next plays Saturday at home against Rigby. SHELLEY 3, SOUTH FREMONT 2: At Shelley, the Russets built a 2-0 lead and held on for a 3A District 6 victory over South Fremont. Jordan Moulton, Frank Stumbo and Alex Pena scored for the Russets. “Our guys were tired, a couple of them were dealing with illness, but they really focused hard at the end,” Shelley coach Wes Stumbo said. “It was a good effort overall.” Tyler Murri and Jose Escobar scored late in the second half for South Fremont. Shelley (2-0-0, 1-0-0) hosts Aberdeen on Sat- urday. ABERDEEN 3, NORTH FREMONT 2: At Aberdeen, North Fremont fell to Aber- deen in a game that had four penalty kicks between the two teams. Aberdeen took a 3-0 halftime lead off three goals scored within five minutes. Two of them were penalty kicks. Aaron Williams scored for the Huskies in the 65th minute and Seth Toenjes knocked in a penalty kick in the 73rd minute. “It was just a tough game,” North Fremont coach Shane Jacobson said. “We played good defense there in the second half.” North Fremont (0-4-0) next plays Saturday at home against conference oppo- nent Sugar-Salem. Volleyball CHALLIS 2, CAREY 1; CHALLIS 2, HAGERMAN 0: At Carey, Challis rolled to a pair of nonconference vic- tories, beating Carey 26-28, 25-13, 15-10 and Hagerman 25-8, 25-17. Brielle Sheppeard returned to the lineup after sitting out Wednesday’s match with an illness and finished with 29 kills and 11 digs. Abby Sensabaugh added eight kills, 10 digs and six aces, Tara Cham- berlain had 27 assists and Savannah D’Orazio added 19 assists. Challis (2-1) plays at Salmon on Tuesday. Christian — no one in Idaho is. But the Bobcats showed they can play with a Boise team, falling 35-21 despite five interceptions from quarterback Konner Stoneberg, who also threw for 389 yards and two TDs. Bonneville showed flashes of potential in its opening 61-20 loss and came out relatively healthy. But Madison showed even more, and the Bees will have to wait for their first 5A District 5-6 win. Madison 28, Bon- neville 24 Idaho Falls at Rigby The Trojans put a beating on Century to open the season, and it could have been much worse if Rigby’s starters had played deeper into the game. With nearly every key player returning from last year’s surprising conference championship team, Rigby expected to be good. Not sure they expected to be this good. Junior quarterback Hayden Livingston showed efficiency (14 of 15 com- pletions) and big-play ability 329 yards passing, three TDs), Drew Zagula rushed for three scores, and the defense made a statement. It’s bad news for a Tigers team that was run over in a 42-7 loss at Eagle. Rigby 42, Idaho Falls 28 Century at Hillcrest Hillcrest fought to the finish last week in Black- foot but didn’t get a win to show for its effort. The payoff comes this week, when the Knights should overpower a Diamond- backs team that can’t match Hillcrest athlete for athlete. Expect Beau Crouch, Morgan Pyper and company to run wild and claim the Knights’ first win of 2014. Hillcrest 27, Century 10 Skyline at Blackfoot The most surprising outcome from Week 1 was Skyline’s closer-than-ex- pected loss to defending 5A state champion Coeur d’Alene. The Grizzlies pushed the Vikings into the fourth quarter, showing a fight the team has lacked in recent seasons. Unfortunately for the Grizz, Blackfoot got another strong perfor- mance from sophomore QB Pacen Hayes (291 yards passing, three TDs) and plenty of defense in a 20-14 win over Hillcrest. If the Broncos can recreate the formula of physical front lines and explosive skill players they had during their long stretch of dominance a few years ago, they could challenge Rigby in 4A District 5-6. Blackfoot 23, Skyline 16 Shelley at Teton If anyone doubted Shelley, and there might have been some of you out there who thought the Russets might struggle to replace a senior class that won back-to-back state titles, Saturday’s dom- inating win over Faith Lutheran of Las Vegas was exhibit A why the boys in black and red are the dom- inant program in eastern Idaho. Shelley’s defense was in midseason form. And the offense, led by sophomore QB Bryon Leckington, was better than expected. That’s bad news for future opponents hoping the Russets might take a step back to the pack in 2014. Shelley 38, Teton 12 West Jefferson at South Fremont West Jefferson shook off a 17-game losing streak last week by blowing past Soda Springs — a new coach and a group of moti- vated players seeming to quickly fit together after such a short time together. South Fremont gave up nearly half a hundred in the first half of last week’s loss to Snake River. Despite the first impres- sions, it says here that West Jefferson isn’t quite ready to start a winning streak. South Fremont 19, West Jefferson 12 Bear Lake at Sugar- Salem Sugar-Salem lost to the top 2A team in the state last week, falling to Declo despite an early lead and a late surge. The Diggers are not going to make it two straight losses to 2A teams. Sugar-Salem 31, Bear Lake 9 Jackson (Wyo.) at North Fremont Jackson ran over, around and through the Teton defense last week with what Redskins coach Brody Birch said was the best group of backs he’s seen in years. It’s a good bet Huskies coach Ben Lenz and his staff was on hand to witness the show with his team on a bye week. The Huskies will need more than a good game plan to stop the Broncs. Jackson 42, North Fremont 20 Firth at Soda Springs Pity the poor Cardi- nals, who get the honor of playing an angry Firth team looking to take out its frustrations following a Week 1 loss to West Side. If you’re looking for a sure thing, look no further than this. Firth 35, Soda Springs 0 Malad at Ririe Ririe lost an overtime shootout to the Star Valley (Wyo.) JV last week, so they should enter tonight’s game against Malad with confidence. Confidence alone won’t be enough to beat the Dragons. Malad 21, Ririe 12 Challis at Raft River Challis quarterback Brandon Hamilton had a game for the ages last week, rushing for 198 yards, throwing for 180 more and piling up 14 tackles in a close win over Mackay. That should be enough to pick the Vikings. But it’s not. Raft River brings back plenty of talent and it’s playing at home, which should be just enough. Raft River 41, Challis 38 Butte County at Mackay It’s hard enough for 1A teams to find one good runner; Butte County showed off four in a sea- son-opening win over Watersprings that was closer than expected. All four also play promi- nent roles on a new-look defense. Simply put, the Pirates have too much talent for Mackay to over- come. Butte County 32, Mackay 18 Dietrich at Watersprings Dietrich an into a buzzsaw last year, falling to eventual state champion Salmon River in the 1A Division state semifinals. That loss has provided the Blue Devils all the moti- vation they need for 2014. Dietrich 29, Watersprings 12 Clark County at Shoshone JV It’s tough to predict what you’ll get from a 1A JV team — how many good players can a 1A school have, anyway? Sho- shone has a good program, so they’ve got enough to present a challenge. But Clark County has the numbers, and the athletes, to answer that challenge. Clark County 41, Sho- shone 31 POST REGISTER HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP B2 Post Register Friday, September 5, 2014 SPORTS Hillcrest’s Hoffman gets hat trick in 7-0 win over I.F. This Week’s Games The So-Called Experts (P.R. Sports Staff) Marlowe Jeff GAME OF THE WEEK: Bonneville at Madison Victor Last Week: 12-3 12-3 9-6 Season Record: 12-3 12-3 9-6 Bonneville at Madison, 7 p.m. / Fri. Madison Bonneville Madison Century at Hillcrest, 7 p.m. / Fri. Hillcrest Hillcrest Century Idaho Falls at Rigby, 7 p.m. / Fri. Rigby Rigby Rigby Skyline at Blackfoot, 7 p.m. / Fri. Blackfoot Blackfoot Blackfoot Shelley at Teton, 7 p.m. / Fri. Shelley Shelley Shelley West Jefferson at South Fremont, 7 p.m. / Fri. South Fremont West Jefferson South Fremont Bear Lake at Sugar-Salem, 7 p.m. / Fri. Sugar-Salem Sugar-Salem Sugar-Salem Jackson (Wyo.) at North Fremont, 7 p.m. / Fri. Jackson Jackson Jackson Firth at Soda Springs, 7 p.m. / Fri. Firth Firth Firth Malad at Ririe, 7 p.m. / Fri. Malad Malad Malad Challis at Raft River, 7 p.m. / Fri. Raft River Challis Raft River Butte County at Mackay, 7 p.m. / Fri. Butte County Butte County Butte County Dietrich at Watersprings, 4 p.m. / Fri. Dietrich Dietrich Watersprings Clark County at Shoshone JV, 4 p.m. / Fri. Clark County Shoshone Clark County PICKS From Page B1
TicketsOnSaleNowAt: FunAtTheFair.com VickersWesternStores FairTicketOfce THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk NEW YORK (AP) — The title of former President George W. Bush’s book about his father will feature a number, not a name. Crown Publishers announced Wednesday that the book about former President George H.W. Bush will be called “41: A Portrait of My Father.” The elder Bush was the country’s 41st president. As an- nounced by Crown last summer, the book will be published Nov. 11 with a planned first printing of 1 million copies. The younger Bush had been quietly working on the biography over the past few years. On Wednesday, Crown also released the cover image for the book, an intimate close-up of the 41st president, and announced that George W. Bush will narrate the audio edition of “41.” Cassidy due in DWI court SCHO- DACK, N.Y. (AP) — Seven- ties heartthrob David Cassidy was expected to appear in an upstate New York town court on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Cassidy was charged last sum- mer in the town of Schodack, near Albany. His case was on the town court’s calendar for Wednesday evening. Bush book on dad titled ‘41’ birthdays Actress Mitzi Gaynor is 83. Singer Merald “Bubba” Knight (Gladys Knight & The Pips) is 72. Actress Jennifer Salt is 70. Actress Judith Ivey is 63. Musician Martin Chambers (The Pretenders) is 63. Actress Khandi Alexander is 57. Comedian Damon Wayans is 54. Actor Richard Speight Jr . is 45. Actor Noah Taylor is 45. Actress Ione Skye is 44. Actor Max Greenfield is 35. Singer Beyonce Knowles is 33. Comedian Kyle Mooney (TV: “Saturday Night Live”) is 30. Actor Carter Jenkins is 23. Actor Trevor Gagnon is 19. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Miranda Lambert released the most ambitious album of her career earlier this year and Country Music Association voters responded by giving her a record-tying load of nominations. Lambert has nine nominations for the 48th annual CMA Awards, tying her own mark for the most nods to a female nominee, and nearly doubling her nearest competitor when the list was announced Wednesday in New York. Dierks Bentley is next with five nomina- tions and Eric Church and Keith Urban have four apiece. The 30-year-old Lambert is up for top honor entertainer of the year along with husband Blake Shelton and has nominations for major categories album of the year for “Platinum,” song and single of the year for “Automatic,” and is vying for her fifth straight female vocalist of the year trophy. She’s been among the top CMA nominees and winners and now has 34 CMA nominations — behind Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn among women. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: ARTS AND LITERA- TURE (e.g., In which Italian city is the Uffizi Gallery? Answer: Florence.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. Bram Stoker authored “Dracula.” For what is “Bram” a shortening? 2. Whose lover was Oliver Mellors? 3. What famous artist killed himself in 1890? GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. On which island was Ben Gunn marooned? 5. This book’s subtitle is “The Modern Prometheus.” 6. What was in the box that Pandora opened? PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. What German philosopher wrote “Beyond Good and Evil”? 8. In Disney’s film “The Jun- gle Book,” which “Louis” voiced the character of King Louie? 9. For which two long novels is Leo Tolstoy best known? SCORING: 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you? in history Today is Thursday, Septem- ber 4, the 247th day of 2014. There are 118 days left in the year. In 1917, the American Expedi- tionary Forces in France suffered their first fatalities during World War I when a German airplane attacked a British-run base hospital. side lines local sports Haven’t we met before? Longtime volleyball powerhouses Bonneville and Idaho Falls are now 5A conference opponents. Story, Page A9 G.H.W. Bush ANSWERS: 1. Abraham; 2. Lady Chatterley’s; 3. Vincent van Gogh; 4. Treasure Island; 5. “Frankenstein”; 6. All the evils of humanity; 7. Friedrich Nietzsche; 8. Louis Prima; 9. “War and Peace” and “Anna Karenina.” today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Powerball: 2-16-43-45-51 (PB: 35) Mega Millions: 1-8-54-69-72 (Mega: 1) Hot Lotto: 9-35-36-42-44 (HB: 14) Wildcard: 13-17-19-20-25 (Jack of Clubs) Pick 3: Sept. 3: 4-2-3; Sept. 2: 6-6-2; Sept. 1: 1-2-8; Aug. 31: 7-3-7 Lambert ties CMA record Cassidy Juvenile jail escape The juvenile detention center where more than 30 teens escaped under a fence has a long history of violence, allegations of sexual abuse and previous efforts to break out. All but six of the teens from the Woodland Hills Youth Development Center were taken back into custody by Wednesday. Story, Page A7 Slain U.S. journalist was also an Israeli citizen Israel confrmed on Wednesday that slain American journalist Steven Sotloff was also an Israeli citizen. Story, Page A7 G.W. Bush OK Trailer joins Camping World Camping World, one of the nation’s largest RV and outdoor retailers, and Good Sam, a nationwide RV owners organiza- tion, announced an agreement Wednesday to acquire OK Trailer in Shelley. Story, Page B1 Saddle-making summit to be held in Salmon Legendary figures skilled in sad- dle-making will convene Friday in Salmon for a two-day gathering. The Idaho Saddle-Maker Summit will focus on a centuries-old profession practiced today by artisans. Story, Page B1
Thanks for the memories Idaho Falls native Dane Watkins will be part of the 1964 Univer- sity of Utah team entering the Utes Hall of Fame this weekend. Story, Page B1 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk NEW YORK (AP) — Joan Rivers ’ family is confirming that the comedian is on life support after going into cardiac arrest last week during a procedure at a doctor’s office. Her daugh- ter, Melissa Rivers , said in a statement Tuesday that her mother is on life support “at this time.” Melissa said the family is extremely grateful for the public support. Joan Rivers was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan on Thursday. The 81-year-old comic and red carpet commentator has maintained a busy career as host of “Fashion Police” on the E! network and co-star of the WEtv reality show, “Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?” Melissa Rivers said Tuesday that she knows her mother would be overwhelmed by the con- tinuing outpouring of kindness. Carrie Underwood announces pregnancy NASH- VILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Coun- try star Carrie Underwood and her hus- band, NHL player Mike Fisher, chose the Labor Day holiday to announce they are expecting their first child. Underwood and Fisher posted the announcement on their social media accounts on Monday. Un- derwood’s publicist confirmed the couple will be expecting their first child in the spring. Family: Rivers on life support birthdays Actress Anne Jackson is 89. Actress Pauline Collins is 74. Musician Al Jardine is 72. Actress Valerie Perrine is 71. Musician Donald Brewer (Grand Funk Railroad) is 66. Guitarist Steve Jones (The Sex Pistols) is 59. Actor Steve Schirripa is 57. Actor Holt McCallany is 50. Musician Todd Lewis is 49. Actor Charlie Sheen is 49. Singer Jennifer Paige is 41. Actress Ashley Jones is 38. Actress Nichole Hiltz is 36. Actor Nick Wechsler is 36. Musician Tomo Milicevic (30 Seconds to Mars) is 35. Actress Christine Woods (TV: “Hello Ladies”) is 31. Actor Garrett Hedlund is 30. LOS ANGELES (AP) — The FBI said Monday it was addressing alle- gations that online accounts of several celebrities, including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence , had been hacked, leading to the posting of their nude photographs online. The agency did not say what actions it was taking to investigate who was responsible for posting naked photos of Lawrence and other stars. Apple said Monday it was looking into whether its online photo-sharing service had been hacked to obtain the intimate images. Lawrence, a three-time Oscar nominee who won for her role in “Silver Linings Playbook,” contacted authori- ties after the images began appearing Sunday. Naked images purporting to be of other female stars were also posted, although the authenticity of many couldn’t be confirmed. The source of the leak was unclear. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: THE TROJAN WAR (e.g., Name the opposing forces. Answer: City of Troy vs. Greeks.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. In which present-day country was Troy located? 2. How long did the siege last? 3. Name the ruse that caused the fall of the city. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. What work by Homer describes the last year of the siege? 5. Who took Helen from her husband? 6. What was the name of Helen’s husband? PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. Name a major Greek hero who was killed in the war. 8. Name a major Trojan hero who was killed in the war. 9. What work by Homer describes a journey home from Troy? SCORING: 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you? in history Today is Wednesday, September 3, the 246th day of 2014. There are 119 days left in the year. In 1939, Britain, France, Australia and New Zealand declared war on Germany, two days after the Nazi invasion of Poland ; in a radio address, Britain’s King George VI said, “With God’s help, we shall prevail.” side lines local sports Rivers ANSWERS: 1. Turkey; 2. Ten years; 3. The Trojan Horse; 4. “Iliad”; 5. Paris; 6. Menelaus; 7. Achilles or Ajax; 8. Hector or Paris; 9. “Odyssey”. today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather FBI looking into celeb hacking Underwood The new normal? Remember the polar vortex, the huge mass of Arctic air that can plunge much of the U.S. into the deep freeze? You might have to get used to it. Researchers say that’s because of shrinking ice in the seas off Russia. Story, Page A5 Ukrainian forces routed The recent rout of Ukrainian forces marked a major intensifi- cation in the rebel offensive, one that the Ukrainian government, NATO and the United States say has been sustained by Russia’s direct military support. Moscow has stepped up its harsh rhetoric as well. Story, Page A8 Few critics of trail plan plan to close rogue trails — while building dozens of miles of official routes — appears to have few critics. The Island Park OHV Trails Project was approved earlier this summer. It is set to get underway sometime next year. Story, Page C1 Car rolls over teenager 14-year-old Idaho Falls boy escaped with a possible broken collarbone after a 16-year-old driver ran over him with a car, authorities reported. Idaho Falls police cited the 16-year-old Idaho Falls boy for reckless driving. Story, Page C1
MVP! MVP! MVP! Idaho Falls slugger Ryan O’Hearn was named the Pioneer League MVP while four of his teammates were named to the league’s All-Star team. Story, Page B1 SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk NEW YORK (AP) — Joan Rivers remained in serious condition in a New York City hospital Friday, one day after going into cardiac arrest at a doctor’s office. Melissa Rivers said in a statement Friday that her mother was “receiving the best treatment and care possible.” She also thanked Rivers’ fans and friends for their support. “My mother would be so touched by the tributes and prayers that we have received from around the world,” Melissa Rivers said. “Her condition remains serious ... We ask that you continue to keep her in your thoughts as we pray for her recovery.” ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ draft released LONDON (AP) — An unused chapter of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” has been released — 50 years after Roald Dahl ’s children’s novel was first published. The fifth chapter, from a 1961 draft, describes an extra room in the factory called the “Vanilla Fudge Room,” which features a “colossal jagged mountain” made of fudge. The draft and showed that Charlie originally went into the factory with his mother, not his grandfather. The chapter was published in the Guardian newspaper Saturday. Rivers in ‘serious’ condition birthdays Actor Warren Berlinger is 77. Rock musician Jerry Allison is 75. Actor Jack Thompson is 74. Singer Van Morrison is 69. Rock musician Rudolf Schenker (The Scorpions) is 66. Actor Richard Gere is 65. Rock musician Gina Schock (The Go-Go’s) is 57. Actor Jaime P. Gomez is 49. Baseball pitcher Hideo Nomo is 46. Rock musician Jeff Russo (Tonic) is 45. Singer-composer Deborah Gibson is 44. Actor Zack Ward is 44. Golfer Padraig Harrington is 43. VENICE, Italy (AP) — Al Pacino made two trips up the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday, with a pair of movies about aging, regret, giving up and letting go. But fear not — the actor says he’s not about to lower the curtain on his own career. Pacino plays a small-town Texas locksmith with a key for everything except his own unhappiness in David Gordon Green ’s “Manglehorn,” one of 20 films competing for the festival’s Golden Lion prize. And he’s an aging actor who has lost his mojo, and his grip on reality, in Barry Levinson ’s “The Humbling,” screening out-of-competition at the festival. He said he could relate to his “Humbling” character’s desire to pack in the rigors of acting — but hadn’t lost his own appetite for the job. “I feel very lucky, I have to say,” Pacino said. “When I think of my life and my background, where I came from — like all of us I had issues as a youngster and had to overcome things, and I found something in life that I love to do. today’s quiz By Wilson Casey 1. Is the book of 2 Thes- salonians in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. Whom did God not allow to build a temple as he had been a man of war? a. David b. Solomon c. Rehoboam d. Jesse 3. In Proverbs 6:6, where/ what should lazy people go to for wisdom? a. Mountaintop b. Temple c. Priest d. The ant 4. What kind of place was Patmos where John received his revelation? a. Temple b. Isle c. Ship d. Mountain 5. In Revelation 20, what is the eternal home for those not written in the book of life? a. Whirlwinds b. Lake of fire c. Underworld d. Exile 6. Who was the father of Gershom? a. Adam b. Noah c. Moses d. David in history In 1888, Mary Ann Nichols, apparently the first victim of “Jack the Ripper,” was found slain in London’s East End. In 1962, the Caribbean nation of Trinidad and Tobago became independent of British colonial rule. In 1972, at the Munich Summer Olympics, American swimmer Mark Spitz won his fourth and fifth gold medals in the 100-meter butterfly and 800-meter freestyle relay . In 1989, Britain’s Princess Anne and her husband, Capt. Mark Phillips, announced they were separating after 15 years of marriage. side lines local sports Rivers ANSWERS: 1. New; 2. David; 3. The ant; 4. Isle; 5. Lake of fire; 6. Moses today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day Forecast for Idaho Falls The next 24 hours Idaho Falls Almanac Weather Trivia Regional Forecast Map Around The Region Across The Nation Recreation Information Road and Travel Yesterday’s Extremes Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Arco 64/44 pc 67/43 s Blackfoot 70/44 s 73/44 s Boise 73/54 s 78/52 s Burley 69/47 s 72/49 s Challis 66/42 t 74/43 s Elko, NV 78/44 s 81/44 s Island Park 62/35 t 64/35 pc Jackson, WY 58/40 pc 60/41 s Lewiston 77/55 pc 80/55 s Moscow 71/49 pc 72/47 s Nampa 74/51 s 78/51 s Ogden, UT 74/51 s 78/51 s Pocatello 73/47 s 76/48 s Rexburg 66/42 pc 71/43 s Salmon 68/43 pc 74/36 s Shelley 63/43 s 68/43 s Stanley 59/35 pc 68/36 s Twin Falls 71/50 s 75/50 s W. Yellowstone 58/31 pc 61/31 pc Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Atlanta 90/72 t 91/71 t Boston 82/72 t 83/71 t Chicago 83/71 s 82/69 t Cincinnati 82/69 t 86/72 pc Cleveland 81/71 t 83/71 t Dallas 95/76 s 96/78 s Denver 84/56 pc 82/55 s Detroit 84/69 t 85/71 t Houston 92/78 t 93/78 t Kansas City 91/74 s 87/69 t Las Vegas 102/78 s 103/79 s Los Angeles 85/67 mc 84/67 s Memphis 88/74 t 93/74 s Miami 89/81 pc 88/81 t Minneapolis 84/66 t 77/58 pc New Orleans 89/81 t 90/80 t New York 86/73 t 84/73 t Orlando 94/76 t 93/75 t Phoenix 106/82 s 104/80 s Pittsburgh 79/68 t 82/69 t Portland 75/60 mc 78/57 s Salt Lake City 76/57 s 80/61 s San Diego 80/70 pc 76/69 pc San Francisco 72/59 s 75/59 s Seattle 68/59 mc 69/57 mc Tampa Bay 93/77 t 93/75 t Washington, DC 90/73 t 91/73 t Streamows Stage Flow Avg. Snake River Basin: Feet cfs Flow Snake R. near Alpine, Wy. 4.55 4,360 4,670 Snake R. near Irwin 7.57 7,930 8,090 Snake R. near Heise 3.97 7,860 8,280 Snake R. at Menan 4.11 7,610 5,910 Snake R. at Blackfoot 5.83 4,480 2,310 Dry Bed near Ririe 8.55 1,560 2,730 Fall R. near Ashton 4.58 744 576 Henry’s Fork near Island Park 3.89 600 957 Henry’s Fork near Ashton 3.60 1,160 1,770 Salmon R. MF near Yellow Pine 1.82 784 650 Teton R. near Driggs 1.85 354 326 Teton R. near St. Anthony 2.89 822 665 Reservoir Storage American Falls 26% of Capacity Henry’s Lake 94% of Capacity Island Park 52% of Capacity Jackson 84% of Capacity Palisades 51% of Capacity Ririe 76% of Capacity Yesterday's High / Low 72 / 51 Normal High 82 Normal Low 46 Record High 99 in 1954 Record Low 31 in 1964 Yesterday to 4pm 0.00" Month to Date 2.29" Avg. Month to Date 0.47" Year to Date 6.24" Avg. Year to Date 6.91" Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Today 6:51 a.m. 8:04 p.m. 12:52 p.m. 11:11 p.m. Mon 6:53 a.m. 8:02 p.m. 1:53 p.m. 11:55 p.m. Tue 6:54 a.m. 8:00 p.m. 2:53 p.m. Next Day Wed 6:55 a.m. 7:59 p.m. 3:50 p.m. 12:46 a.m. First 9/2 Full 9/8 Last 9/15 New 9/24 Weather (Wx) : cl/cloudy; /urries; pc/partly cloudy; mc/mostly cloudy; ra/rain; rs/rain & snow; s/sunny; sh/showers; sn/snow; t/thunderstorms; w/windy 0-50 .................Good 51-100 .....Moderate 101-150 ....Sensitive 151-200 ..Unhealthy Today’s forecast Good Yesterday 25 The higher the number, the greater the need for people with respiratory problems to reduce outside activity. Temperature Precipitation Sun and Moon Air Quality Today’s UV High: 117° in Death Valley, Calif. Low: 30° in Santa Maria, Colo. National: Idaho: 1-888-432-7623 Montana: 1-888-432-7623 Wyoming: 1-888-432-7623 Yellowstone Park: (307) 344-2117 Grand Teton Park: (307) 739-3614 TODAY Partly Cloudy 68 / 44 Precip Chance: 20% 5-14 mph SW Monday Sunny 72 / 44 Precip Chance: 0% 6-11 mph SW Tuesday Sunny 77 / 48 Precip Chance: 0% 5-8 mph SSW Wednesday Sunny 80 / 48 Precip Chance: 0% 5-7 mph S Thursday Mostly Sunny 79 / 50 Precip Chance: 5% 6-9 mph SW Friday Mostly Sunny 77 / 45 Precip Chance: 5% 5-11 mph SW Saturday Mostly Sunny 81 / 49 Precip Chance: 5% 5-8 mph SE What was the deadliest Atlantic hurricane? ? Answer: In 1780, a hurricane killed 22,000 people while crossing the West Indies. Morning: At 8 a.m., the temperature is forecast to be 50º, partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers, 5 mph winds out of the west northwest. Afternoon: At 12 noon, the temperature is forecast to be 64º, partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms, winds out of the west northwest at 7 mph. Evening: At 6 p.m., the temperature is forecast to be 60º, mostly clear with 20 mph winds out of the southwest. Salmon 68 / 43 West Yellowstone 58 / 31 Ashton 64 / 39 Jackson 58 / 40 St. Anthony 64 / 40 Dubois 65 / 43 Mackay 66 / 42 Sun Valley 65 / 36 Terreton 66 / 42 Arco 64 / 44 Blackfoot 70 / 44 Twin Falls 71 / 50 Rupert 68 / 46 Preston 68 / 47 Rexburg 66 / 42 Idaho Falls 68 / 44 Shelley 63 / 43 Pocatello 73 / 47 Challis 66 / 42 3 5 0 - 24 6 8 10 79 11 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 11 : Extreme Exposure today’s weather Powerball: 5-28-31-52-59 (PB: 27) Mega Millions: 3-26-45-58-73 (Mega: 12) Hot Lotto: 19-21-23-29-30 (HB: 15) Wildcard: 2-9-21-23-33 (Ace of Hearts) Pick 3: Aug. 30: 0-4-2; Aug. 29: 5-3-8; Aug. 28: 6-2-5; Aug. 27: 0-0-3 Al Pacino: ‘I feel very lucky’ Spending slips U.S. consumer spending fell in July, with a drop in auto purchases accounting for most of the weakness. Income growth also slowed. Story Page A5 Captured Russian soldiers raises questions Questions are being raised by families of Russian servicemen about unexplained deaths and missing or captured soldiers who are said to be on military exercises. The answers could undermine public support for President Vladimir Putin and his policies in Ukraine. Story, Page A10 Protect and serve The Idaho Falls Police Department has put out a call for residents to participate in the 41st Citizens Police Academy, where people can see rst hand what goes into upholding the law in Idaho Falls. There is no charge to attend the eight-week course, which covers everything from trafc stops to SWAT raids. Story, Page C5 On-ramp closed Southbound exit 119, which connects I-15 and Grandview Drive, will be closed to improve a loop ramp, according to a Idaho Transportation Department news release. Story, Page C5
in history Today is Saturday, August 30, the 242nd day of 2014. There are 123 days left in the year. In 1954, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, which was intended to promote private devel- opment of nuclear energy. today’s weather Issac Asimov’s Super Quiz SCORING: 18 points — congratulations, doctor; 15 to 17 points — honors graduate; 10 to 14 points — you’re plenty smart, but no grind; 4 to 9 points — you really should hit the books harder; 1 point to 3 points — enroll in remedial courses immediately; 0 points — who reads the questions to you? Subject: ‘F’ People FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. She authored a famous diary. 2. The founder of psychoanaly- sis. 3. He created James Bond. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. Heavyweight boxing champi- on from 1970 until 1973. 5. Many rate this Swiss as the greatest tennis player of all time. 6. Star of “Saturday Night Live” noted for her portrayal of Sarah Palin. PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. Author of “Madame Bovary.” 8. Leader of the Nation of Islam from 1978 to 2007. 9. American inventor of the electronic television camera. ANSWERS: 1. Anne Frank; 2. Sigmund Freud. 3. Ian Fleming. 4. Joe Frazier; 5. Roger Federer; 6. Tina Fey; 7. Gustave Flaubert; 8. Louis Farrakhan; 9. Philo Farnsworth Identify the person with a surname that begins with “F.” (e.g., He built the Model T automobile. Answer: Henry Ford.) BreakfastBriefing Saturday, August 30, 2014 A2 Post Register Forecast for Idaho Falls The next 24 hours Idaho Falls Almanac Weather Trivia Regional Forecast Map Around The Region Across The Nation Recreation Information Road and Travel Yesterday’s Extremes Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Arco 68/45 t 62/44 s Blackfoot 75/47 sh 67/44 s Boise 77/52 s 76/51 s Burley 73/48 s 69/47 s Challis 66/45 t 66/43 s Elko, NV 82/45 s 77/45 s Island Park 65/35 t 62/34 pc Jackson, WY 66/45 t 59/40 s Lewiston 78/55 s 77/55 s Moscow 72/47 s 71/48 s Nampa 75/51 s 76/51 s Ogden, UT 75/51 s 76/51 s Pocatello 77/49 t 69/48 s Rexburg 73/46 t 66/45 s Salmon 71/42 t 68/40 pc Shelley 71/46 t 62/43 s Stanley 59/33 t 60/34 s Twin Falls 76/51 s 72/50 s W. Yellowstone 64/33 t 60/32 s Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Atlanta 90/71 t 87/73 t Boston 76/66 s 84/71 mc Chicago 80/69 t 82/71 s Cincinnati 90/71 pc 83/72 t Cleveland 90/71 pc 81/69 t Dallas 93/76 t 96/78 pc Denver 86/59 s 82/57 s Detroit 86/70 t 82/69 pc Houston 87/77 t 92/78 t Kansas City 86/70 s 88/72 s Las Vegas 106/79 s 103/79 s Los Angeles 86/67 s 85/67 s Memphis 86/74 t 88/74 t Miami 89/81 s 89/80 s Minneapolis 78/64 pc 85/65 t New Orleans 86/79 t 89/80 t New York 79/70 s 86/74 t Orlando 94/76 t 93/76 t Phoenix 107/82 s 106/82 s Pittsburgh 87/69 pc 81/68 t Portland 74/57 cl 74/57 pc Salt Lake City 91/59 pc 78/57 s San Diego 78/70 pc 78/69 pc San Francisco 73/59 mc 72/58 s Seattle 68/58 sh 68/59 mc Tampa Bay 94/78 t 93/78 t Washington, DC 85/71 pc 91/73 t Streamows Stage Flow Avg. Snake River Basin: Feet cfs Flow Snake R. near Alpine, Wy. 4.57 4,400 4,640 Snake R. near Irwin 7.57 7,930 8,090 Snake R. near Heise 3.98 7,900 8,280 Snake R. at Menan 4.14 7,690 5,790 Snake R. at Blackfoot 5.90 4,690 2,230 Dry Bed near Ririe 8.54 1,550 2,650 Fall R. near Ashton 4.59 751 579 Henry’s Fork near Island Park 3.88 636 953 Henry’s Fork near Ashton 3.63 1,190 1,790 Salmon R. MF near Yellow Pine 1.84 801 664 Teton R. near Driggs 1.85 354 337 Teton R. near St. Anthony 2.95 864 657 Reservoir Storage American Falls 26% of Capacity Henry’s Lake 94% of Capacity Island Park 52% of Capacity Jackson 84% of Capacity Palisades 51% of Capacity Ririe 76% of Capacity Yesterday's High / Low 85 / 47 Normal High 82 Normal Low 46 Record High 95 in 1948 Record Low 32 in 1960 Yesterday to 4pm 0.00" Month to Date 2.29" Avg. Month to Date 0.49" Year to Date 6.24" Avg. Year to Date 6.93" Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Today 6:50 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 11:50 a.m. 10:33 p.m. Sunday 6:51 a.m. 8:04 p.m. 12:52 p.m. 11:11 p.m. Monday 6:53 a.m. 8:02 p.m. 1:53 p.m. 11:55 p.m. Tuesday 6:54 a.m. 8:00 p.m. 2:53 p.m. Next Day First 9/2 Full 9/8 Last 9/15 New 9/24 Weather (Wx) : cl/cloudy; /urries; pc/partly cloudy; mc/mostly cloudy; ra/rain; rs/rain & snow; s/sunny; sh/showers; sn/snow; t/thunderstorms; w/windy 0-50 .................Good 51-100 .....Moderate 101-150 ....Sensitive 151-200 ..Unhealthy Today’s forecast Good Yesterday 38 The higher the number, the greater the need for people with respiratory problems to reduce outside activity. Temperature Precipitation Sun and Moon Air Quality Today’s UV High: 114° in Thermal, Calif. Low: 30° in Spincich Lake, Mich. National: Idaho: 1-888-432-7623 Montana: 1-888-432-7623 Wyoming: 1-888-432-7623 Yellowstone Park: (307) 344-2117 Grand Teton Park: (307) 739-3614 TODAY Few T-storms 75 / 48 Precip Chance: 30% 6-16 mph SW Sunday Mostly Sunny 67 / 46 Precip Chance: 5% 8-13 mph SSW Monday Sunny 69 / 44 Precip Chance: 0% 5-10 mph S Tuesday Sunny 76 / 47 Precip Chance: 0% 5-7 mph SW Wednesday Mostly Sunny 79 / 49 Precip Chance: 5% 6-9 mph SW Thursday Mostly Sunny 76 / 44 Precip Chance: 5% 7-13 mph W Friday Partly Cloudy 74 / 45 Precip Chance: 10% 5-11 mph SW What does the Beaufort scale measure? ? Answer: Wind velocity. Morning: At 8 a.m., the temperature is forecast to be 56º, mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of showers and thundestorms, 11 mph winds out of the south southwest. Afternoon: At 12 noon, the temperature is forecast to be 71º, mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thundestorms, winds out of the southwest at 23 mph. Evening: At 6 p.m., the temperature is forecast to be 70º, partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thundestorms, 20 mph winds out of the southwest. Salmon 71 / 42 West Yellowstone 64 / 33 Ashton 70 / 40 Jackson 66 / 45 St. Anthony 71 / 43 Dubois 70 / 46 Mackay 66 / 45 Sun Valley 68 / 38 Terreton 72 / 45 Arco 68 / 45 Blackfoot 75 / 47 Twin Falls 76 / 51 Rupert 73 / 48 Preston 77 / 49 Rexburg 73 / 46 Idaho Falls 75 / 48 Shelley 71 / 46 Pocatello 77 / 49 Challis 66 / 45 3 5 0 - 24 6 8 10 79 11 0-2: Low, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 11 : Extreme Exposure NEW YORK (AP) — Chelsea Clinton said Friday she is quitting her job as a reporter at NBC News, citing increased work at the Clinton Foundation and the imminent birth of her first child. Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton’s daughter had been working at the network since 2011, sporadically doing feature stories on people or organi- zations doing public-spirited work. Politico magazine reported earlier this year that NBC was paying her $600,000 a year. “I loved watching the ‘Making a Difference’ stories about remarkable people and organizations making a profound difference in our country and our world,” Clinton said in a statement posted on her Facebook page. “I am grateful NBC gave me the opportunity to continue this important legacy.” She was initially hired to do stories for Brian Williams’ “Rock Center” newsmagazine, but that program was canceled. Her work occasionally appeared on NBC’s “Nightly News.” Two Clinton stories that aired in January were on education programs targeting the underprivileged. Her story on actor Jeff Bridges’ work on childhood hunger aired Aug. 1, and another story about a school lunch program for poor children in New Mexico is scheduled to air this Sunday. PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The young homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards and who had been sought on an Oregon arrest warrant has turned himself in and posted bail, an Oregon official said Thursday night. Jesse Helt , 22, turned himself in at the Polk County Jail in the Willamette Valley community of Dallas, Oregon, was booked on a probation violation warrant and then posted $2,500 bail, said Martin Silbernagel, director of Polk County Community Corrections. Helt will be expected to appear before a judge in about two weeks, Silbernagel said in a telephone interview. Court records show that Helt pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal mischief and criminal trespass several years ago. Cyrus’ date turns himself in birthdays Actor Bill Daily is 87. Cartoonist R. Crumb is 71. Comedian Lewis Black is 66. Actor Timothy Bot- toms is 63. Actor David Paymer is 60. Country singer Sherrie Austin is 43. TV personality Lisa Ling is 41. Rock singer-musician Aaron Barrett (Reel Big Fish) is 40. Rock musician Matt Taul (Tantric; Days of the New) is 36. Tennis player Andy Rod- dick is 32. Actor Cameron Finley is 27. people talk Chelsea Clinton quits NBC News Cyrus our commitment to accountability www.postregister.com/ethics Accountable to you A correction on Page A2 of Friday’s Post Register should have stated the mourning dove season starts Monday.
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The star of CBS’ typically top-rated drama “NCIS” is pleased to be involved in “Stand Up to Cancer.” The initiative runs year-round, but after its televised fund - raisers in 2010 and 2012, an hour-long special again will be simulcast by numerous television networks Friday, Sept. 5. (A Canadian version will be staged at the same time in that country.) “I think it’s a solid organi- zation,” the straightforward Harmon says. “I really don’t know anybody who hasn’t been affected by cancer one way or another, and this is a group that has worked really hard to accelerate research and awareness. “You get asked a lot to be a part of different things,” adds Harmon, “and I’m sure all of them are worthwhile, but I’ve always tried to pick carefully, based on what it is and who’s involved. And I certainly wouldn’t be doing this again now unless I was happy with where I thought they were headed.” Gwyneth Paltrow is an executive producer of the “Stand Up to Cancer” special, as she was two years ago. Two of the movement’s big - gest original proponents were Katie Couric — who remains strongly committed to it — and the late movie producer Laura Ziskin (“Spider-Man”), who succumbed to breast cancer herself. Gwyneth Paltrow O n T he C Over Stars ‘Stand Up to Cancer’ again “Laura was special in a lot of ways,” Harmon recalls, “and I’ve known Gwyneth since she was a little girl. I’m happy with the process since first being involved, and when they asked me to con- tinue to be, I thought, ‘This is a good thing.’ Last time, I worked the phone banks; this time, I’m going to do something a little different.” Last year, Harmon also was the face of a “Stand Up to Cancer” print ad about putting the body’s immune system to work against the disease ... thus making the ad’s headline, “I Am My Own Secret Weapon,” highly ap- propriate.