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.
our commitment to accountability www.postregister.com/ethics Accountable to you In Thursday’s outdoor calendar, the wrong opening date was listed for a number of hunting seasons. The dove, forest grouse, moose, sheep, goat, bear, lion and wolf seasons open Saturday. Tough start No. 18 Mississippi pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Boise State 35-13 on Thursday night. Story, Page B1 FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk NEW YORK (AP) — Joan Rivers was in a New York City hospital Thursday after she was rushed from a doctor’s office when she went into cardiac arrest, police and hospital officials said. The 81-year-old comedian’s condition wasn’t imme- diately known. “This morning, Joan Rivers was taken to The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, where she is being attended to. Her family wants to thank everybody for their outpouring of love and support,” said Sid Dinsay , a spokesman for Mount Sinai Hospital. “We will provide an update on her condition as it becomes available.” New York City police officials said she was taken to the hospital just after 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Sawyer exits as ABC’s evening news anchor NEW YORK (AP) — Diane Sawyer signed off as anchor of ABC’s “World News” on Wednesday, telling viewers that it has been wonderful to be the “home port” of the network’s news team each weeknight. She will be replaced next week by David Muir . The 68-year-old Sawyer, one of television news’ best-known personalities, has anchored ABC’s flagship newscast since December 2009. While it’s been known for months that this was Sawyer’s last week as anchor, it wasn’t until she tweeted earlier Wednesday that it became clear she wasn’t anchoring Thursday and today. Rivers rushed to hospital birthdays Actress Betty Lynn (TV: “The Andy Griffith Show”) is 88. Actor Elliott Gould is 76. Actor Ray Wise is 67. Actress Deborah Van Valkenburgh is 62. Actress Rebecca DeMornay is 55. Singer Me’Shell NdegeOcello is 45. Actress Carla Gugino is 43. Musician Kyle Cook (Matchbox Twenty) is 39. Actor John Hensley is 37. Musician David Desrosiers (Simple Plan) is 34. Actress Jennifer Landon is 31. Actor Jeffrey Licon is 29. Singer Liam Payne (One Direction) is 21. NEW YORK (AP) — Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were mar- ried Saturday in the French hamlet of Correns, a spokesman for the couple says. Jolie and Pitt wed in a small chapel in a private ceremony attended by family and friends at Provence’s Chateau Miraval. In advance of the nondenominational civil ceremony, Pitt and Jolie obtained a marriage license from a local California judge. The judge also conducted the ceremony in France. The couple’s children took part in the wedding. Jolie walked the aisle with her eldest sons Maddox and Pax. Zahara and Vivienne threw flower petals. Shiloh and Knox served as ring bearers, the spokesman says. Jolie and Pitt’s wedding caps years of rampant speculation on when the couple would officially tie the knot. In recent years, both said they intended to. They were engaged in early 2012. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: THE UNITED KINGDOM (e.g., The national anthem. Answer: “God Save the Queen.”) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. Name of the royal house. 2. Name for the upper house of parliament. 3. England’s patron saint. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. Traditional place of coronation. 5. Residence of the prime minister. 6. Official London residence of the British monarch. PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. Regarded as the first prime minister. 8. Year of the Magna Carta. 9. The largest stadium. 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, August 29, the 241st day of 2014. There are 124 days left in the year. In 1533, the last Incan King of Peru, Atahualpa, was executed on orders of Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro. In 1910, Korean Emperor Sunjong abdicated as the Japan- Korea Annexation Treaty went into effect. In 1944, 15,000 American troops of the 28th Infantry Div- ision marched down the Champs Elysees in Paris as the French capital continued to celebrate its liberation from the Nazis. side lines local sports Rivers ANSWERS: 1. Windsor; 2. House of Lords; 3. St. George. 4. Westminster Abbey; 5. 10 Downing Street; 6. Buckingham Palace; 7. Robert Walpole. 8. 1215; 9. Wembley Stadium. today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Jolie, Pitt wed privately Sawyer Russia enters Ukraine Two columns of tanks and military vehicles rolled into southeastern Ukraine from Russia on Thursday after Grad missiles were fired at a border post and Ukraine’s overmatched border guards fled. Story, Page A8 Advisory vote on monument At the request of county residents, the Fremont County Commission will put the idea of a national monument declaration for Island Park on a ballot in November. It will be included as an advisory measure in the Nov. 4 general election. Story, Page C1 Judging the fair’s new fare Judging fair food might sound like the plot of a new reality TV show, but it was part of the job for about two dozen local media representatives Thursday. With the Eastern Idaho State Fair, comes a swath of new fair food experiments. Story, Page C1
Accountable to you An article on Page A1 of Wednesday’s paper included incorrect information about the Idaho Falls Police Department’s total share of the city budget. The proposed $12,407,347 police budget is the largest budget for any city division and accounts for 26.82 percent of the general fund expenditures. Kickoff time Boise State and Idaho State kick off the 2014 college football season tonight with games against Mississippi and Utah. Stories, Page A9 THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Police officers who opened fire while disrupting a robbery at a fast-food restaurant in Omaha killed a crew member with the TV show “Cops” as well as the suspect, who was armed with a pellet gun that they thought was a real handgun, authorities said Wednesday. The suspect fired from the pellet gun before officers returned fire, Police Chief Todd Schmad- erer said at a news conference. He said witnesses and officers thought the robbery suspect’s Airsoft handgun looked and sounded real, but discovered later that it fires only plastic pellets. The suspect was struck by the officers’ gunfire, but fled outside of the restaurant before collapsing. Officers continued firing on the suspect as he exited the restaurant, and that was when the “Cops” crew member, 38-year-old Bryce Dion, was also struck, said Schamaderer. Dion was wearing a bullet-proof vest, but a single bullet that hit his arm “slipped into a gap in the vest” and entered his chest, Schmaderer said. “My concern with my officers is that they are taking this very hard,” Schmaderer said. “Bryce was their friend.” Schmaderer said video captured by another crew member of the “Cops” TV show shows the chaotic situation in the restaurant. Police released still shots from the video showing a hooded and masked person pointing what looks like a gun at police. Schmaderer said police would not release the full video, but that it will be part of the grand jury investigation into the shooting. The suspect was identified as 32-year-old Cortez Washington , who was on parole from Kansas. Shootout kills ‘Cops’ crewman birthdays Former MLB manager and player Lou Piniel- la is 71. Actress Barbara Bach is 68. Singer Wayne Osmond (The Osmonds) is 63. Olympic gold medal gure skat - er Scott Hamilton is 56. Country singer Shania Twain is 49. Actor Jack Black is 45. Olympic gold medal swimmer Janet Evans is 43. Country singer LeAnn Rimes is 32. Actor Armie Hammer is 28. Country-pop singer Cassadee Pope (TV: winner “The Voice”) is 25. Actor/singer Samuel Larsen (TV: “Glee”) is 23. Actor Kyle Massey is 23. Re- ality TV star Alana Thompson , AKA “Honey Boo Boo,” is nine. BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — John Lennon’s imprisoned killer says he still gets letters about the pain he caused in his pursuit of notoriety nearly 34 years ago. “I am sorry for causing that type of pain,” Mark David Chapman told a parole board last week, according to a transcript released Wednesday. “I am sorry for being such an idiot and choosing the wrong way for glory.” It was Chapman’s eighth appearance before a parole board. In again denying his release, the three-member panel said it would “so deprecate the serious nature of the crime as to undermine respect for the law.” Chapman fired five shots on Dec. 8, 1980, outside the Dakota apartment house where Lennon lived on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, striking the ex-Beatle four times. After pleading guilty to second-degree murder, Chapman was sentenced in 1981 to 20 years to life in prison. Last week, he told the parole board members that he would understand if they denied him release based solely on the number of people he hurt. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: ASIA (e.g., Europe and Asia together are known as ____. Answer: Eurasia.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. Which three oceans bound Asia on three sides? 2. What is Asia’s best-known mountain range? 3. What is Asia’s largest desert? GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. Asia is often defined as being east of which canal and which mountain range? 5. Which two countries are in both Asia and Europe? 6. Which Asian woman won the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize? PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. What is Asia’s longest river? 8. Identify the “Four Asian Tigers.” 9. Which countries are first and last in an alphabetical list of Asian countries? 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, August 28, the 240th day of 2014. There are 125 days left in the year. In 1964, two days of race-re- lated rioting erupted in North Philadelphia over a false rumor that white police ofcers had beaten to death a pregnant black woman. side lines sports ANSWERS: 1. Arctic, Indian and Pacific; 2. Himalayas; 3. Gobi Desert; 4. Suez Canal, Ural Mountains; 5. Russia and Turkey; 6. Mother Teresa; 7. Yangtze River; 8. Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan; 9. Afghanistan and Yemen. local today’s headlines 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 74/51 s 74/53 s Blackfoot 80/52 s 81/54 s Boise 90/61 s 91/61 s Burley 82/55 s 84/56 s Challis 83/52 s 81/53 s Elko, NV 85/53 s 88/54 s Island Park 74/42 s 74/44 s Jackson, WY 72/47 s 74/48 s Lewiston 91/62 s 90/65 s Moscow 83/55 s 85/57 s Nampa 90/60 s 90/61 s Ogden, UT 90/60 s 90/61 s Pocatello 81/57 s 82/59 s Rexburg 78/50 s 78/52 s Salmon 84/51 s 83/50 s Shelley 75/51 s 75/52 s Stanley 75/43 s 74/45 s Twin Falls 86/58 s 87/60 s W. Yellowstone 74/39 s 74/40 s Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Atlanta 93/68 s 93/71 s Boston 78/58 s 73/60 s Chicago 76/70 mc 86/71 t Cincinnati 86/65 s 91/68 s Cleveland 75/58 s 82/68 pc Dallas 97/77 s 92/75 t Denver 77/58 t 82/59 s Detroit 75/64 s 79/69 t Houston 92/77 t 91/77 t Kansas City 91/72 t 85/69 t Las Vegas 101/77 s 103/79 s Los Angeles 92/69 s 85/69 pc Memphis 96/74 s 94/75 pc Miami 90/81 t 90/81 s Minneapolis 71/62 t 79/62 pc New Orleans 88/78 t 89/80 t New York 83/63 s 78/65 s Orlando 96/77 s 94/78 t Phoenix 103/79 s 105/79 s Pittsburgh 76/53 s 83/65 pc Portland 79/60 s 75/58 mc Salt Lake City 82/62 s 87/65 s San Diego 80/69 s 76/70 pc San Francisco 70/58 mc 71/59 pc Seattle 74/60 mc 71/60 sh Tampa Bay 93/77 s 92/78 t Washington, DC 86/64 s 84/68 s Streamows Stage Flow Avg. Snake River Basin: Feet cfs Flow Snake R. near Alpine, Wy. 4.71 4,680 4,820 Snake R. near Irwin 7.57 7,930 8,210 Snake R. near Heise 3.98 7,900 8,280 Snake R. at Menan 4.21 7,870 6,190 Snake R. at Blackfoot 6.01 4,990 2,310 Dry Bed near Ririe 8.55 1,560 2,630 Fall R. near Ashton 4.47 668 601 Henry’s Fork near Island Park 3.95 680 965 Henry’s Fork near Ashton 3.70 1,260 1,770 Salmon R. MF near Yellow Pine 1.90 854 684 Teton R. near Driggs 1.90 379 342 Teton R. near St. Anthony 2.99 894 662 Reservoir Storage American Falls 26% of Capacity Henry’s Lake 94% of Capacity Island Park 52% of Capacity Jackson 85% of Capacity Palisades 52% of Capacity Ririe 76% of Capacity Yesterday's High / Low 78 / 43 Normal High 83 Normal Low 46 Record High 93 in 1981 Record Low 33 in 1993 Yesterday to 4pm 0.00" Month to Date 2.29" Avg. Month to Date 0.43" Year to Date 6.24" Avg. Year to Date 6.87" Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Today 6:48 a.m. 8:09 p.m. 9:50 a.m. 9:29 p.m. Friday 6:49 a.m. 8:07 p.m. 10:50 a.m. 10:00 p.m. Saturday 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. 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 16 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: 109° in Death Valley, Calif. Low: 32° in Yellowstone N.P., Wyo. 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 80 / 51 Precip Chance: 0% 8-10 mph SE Friday Sunny 80 / 53 Precip Chance: 0% 6-8 mph SSE Saturday Mostly Sunny 79 / 50 Precip Chance: 20% 5-11 mph S Sunday Partly Cloudy 70 / 42 Precip Chance: 20% 5-7 mph SW Monday Mostly Sunny 69 / 44 Precip Chance: 5% 3-7 mph WSW Tuesday Mostly Sunny 71 / 45 Precip Chance: 5% 5-9 mph SSW Wednesday Partly Cloudy 68 / 42 Precip Chance: 10% 6-11 mph S How are tornadoes formed? ? Answer: When thunderstorm clouds produce rapidly rotating winds. Morning: At 8 a.m., the temperature is forecast to be 51º, sunny with 7 mph winds out of the southeast. Afternoon: At 12 noon, the temperature is forecast to be 73º, sunny with winds out of the southwest at 9 mph. Evening: At 6 p.m., the temperature is forecast to be 75º, clear with 13 mph winds out of the southwest. Salmon 84 / 51 West Yellowstone 74 / 39 Ashton 76 / 46 Jackson 72 / 47 St. Anthony 76 / 48 Dubois 77 / 51 Mackay 83 / 52 Sun Valley 76 / 49 Terreton 78 / 49 Arco 74 / 51 Blackfoot 80 / 52 Twin Falls 86 / 58 Rupert 83 / 54 Preston 77 / 54 Rexburg 78 / 50 Idaho Falls 80 / 51 Shelley 75 / 51 Pocatello 81 / 57 Challis 83 / 52 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: 17-24-26-45-46 (PB: 19) Mega Millions: 29-31-51-60-64 (Mega: 1) Hot Lotto: 9-24-28-39-41 (HB: 2) Wildcard: 9-20-26-28-30 (Ace of Diamonds) Pick 3: Aug. 27: 0-0-3; Aug. 26: 4-8-7; Aug. 25: 7-2-7; Aug. 24: 5-4-3 Lennon’s killer sorry he was ‘an idiot’ our commitment to accountability www.postregister.com/ethics Proposed I.F. budget hearing tonight The Idaho Falls City Council will take public comment tonight on the city’s proposed budget before voting on the spending plan. Council members will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the Council’s chambers, 680 Park Ave. Story, Page B1 Bond defeat spurs outreach Teton School District 401 officials will talk to voters after a $19 million school bond was defeated at the polls Tuesday. The bond would have funded replacements for the aging Victor and Driggs elementary schools, among other things. Story, Page B1
Sinking feeling Idaho Falls drops a 2-1 decision at Orem to fall further behind first-place Grand Junction as the season winds down. Story, Page B1 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk NEW YORK (AP) — CBS Sports Network will air an all-women sports show starting next month. CBS said Tuesday the weekly hour- long, prime- time program on the cable channel will be the first of its kind. “We Need to Talk” premieres Sept. 30. The panel will feature a core of CBS Sports announcers: Lesley Visser, Amy Trask, Tracy Wolfson, Dana Jacobson and Allie LaForce . Other contributors include Andrea Kremer, Laila Ali, Lisa Leslie, Dara Torres, Swin Cash and Sum- mer Sanders . The show will be led by Emmy Award-winning coordinating producers Emilie Deutsch and Suzanne Smith , the only woman currently producing or direct- ing NFL games. Amy Salmanson and Julie Keryc will produce with Smith directing. “CBS This Morning” co-hosts Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King will appear as guests. Turner Broadcasting offering buyouts to 600 NEW YORK (AP) — The cor- porate parent of CNN, TNT and TBS on Tuesday offered voluntary buyouts to 600 veteran employ- ees, part of an overall cost-cutting effort at the Atlanta-based broad- casting company founded by Ted Turner. The offer went out to U.S.- based employees who are over 55 and have worked at the compa- ny for at least 10 years, exclud- ing on-air talent and others with specific contracts. Some 9,000 of Turner’s 13,000 employees are based in the United States. All-women sports show to start birthdays Actor Paul Reubens is 62. Rap musician Bobo (Cypress Hill) is 46. Actress Sarah Chalke is 38. Actor Ron- Reaco (correct) Lee is 38. Rapper Mase is 37. Actress-singer Demetria McK- inney is 36. Actor Aaron Paul is 35. Rock musician Jon Siebels (Eve 6) is 35. Actor Shaun Weiss is 35. Contemporary Christian musician Megan Garrett (Casting Crowns) is 34. Actor Kyle Lowder is 34. Actor Patrick J. Adams is 33. Singer Mario is 28. Actress Alexa Vega is 26. Actress Savannah Paige Rae (TV: “Parenthood”) is 11. PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The young homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards has a warrant out for his arrest in Oregon. Jesse Helt, 22, was arrested on charges of criminal mischief, criminal trespass and burglary in 2010. According to court records, he broke into the apartment of a man who had been selling what Helt believed to be bad marijuana. Helt, who was 18 at the time, pleaded guilty to misdemeanors, and was sentenced to 30 days in jail and probation. The arrest war- rant was issued in 2011 after he violated probation. Helt moved to Los Angeles and lived on the streets while try- ing to find work as a model. He gained worldwide attention Sunday when Cyrus let him accept her award for video of the year. Helt, who met Cyrus through the Holly- wood homeless center My Friend’s Place, used the platform to call attention to the issue of youth homelessness. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: MISSING PARTS What is each object, person or thing missing? (e.g., The Tin Man. Answer: A heart.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. The Sphinx 2. The Venus de Milo. 3. The Scarecrow. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. Captain Hook. 5. The murderer pursued by Richard Kimble in “The Fugi- tive.” 6. Captain Ahab. PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. Oblio. 8. Jean-Luc Picard. 9. The Charles Dickens novel “The Mystery of Edwin Drood.” 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, August 27, the 239th day of 2014. There are 126 days left in the year. In 1964, President Lyndon Baines Johnson accepted his party’s nomination for a term in his own right, telling the Dem- ocratic National Convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, “Let us join together in giving every American the fullest life which he can hope for.” The Walt Disney movie musical fantasy “Mary Poppins,” starring Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke, premiered at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Comedian Gracie Allen, the wife of George Burns, died in Los Angeles. side lines local sports Visser ANSWERS: 1. Nose; 2. Arms; 3. Brain; 4. (Right) hand; 5. One arm; 6. Leg; 7. Pointed head (“Me and My Arrow”); 8. Heart; 9. An ending. 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 73/50 s 74/52 s Blackfoot 78/52 s 80/52 s Boise 88/60 s 92/62 s Burley 79/53 s 83/55 s Challis 81/52 s 83/53 s Elko, NV 80/50 s 85/52 s Island Park 75/42 s 75/42 s Jackson, WY 66/46 s 74/48 s Lewiston 93/66 s 92/65 s Moscow 87/58 s 86/57 s Nampa 88/58 s 91/60 s Ogden, UT 88/58 s 91/60 s Pocatello 78/57 s 81/59 s Rexburg 76/50 s 77/50 s Salmon 81/49 s 85/51 s Shelley 74/50 s 75/50 s Stanley 73/42 s 76/43 s Twin Falls 82/56 s 86/59 s W. Yellowstone 72/39 s 76/40 s Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Atlanta 90/66 s 90/68 s Boston 87/65 s 79/58 s Chicago 74/65 t 75/69 t Cincinnati 91/68 t 88/67 pc Cleveland 78/59 t 76/61 s Dallas 98/75 s 95/76 s Denver 76/61 t 80/60 t Detroit 77/60 pc 74/62 s Houston 92/76 t 92/77 t Kansas City 91/75 t 89/73 s Las Vegas 96/76 s 101/77 s Los Angeles 86/69 s 89/69 s Memphis 96/73 s 96/74 s Miami 89/80 s 89/80 t Minneapolis 77/63 s 73/61 t New Orleans 91/80 t 91/79 t New York 91/67 s 82/61 s Orlando 94/77 s 94/77 s Phoenix 99/79 s 102/79 s Pittsburgh 82/55 mc 77/56 s Portland 87/62 s 83/60 s Salt Lake City 74/59 t 83/62 s San Diego 79/69 s 79/69 s San Francisco 71/58 s 71/59 pc Seattle 82/61 mc 76/60 pc Tampa Bay 94/77 s 92/77 t Washington, DC 90/67 s 84/66 s Streamows Stage Flow Avg. Snake River Basin: Feet cfs Flow Snake R. near Alpine, Wy. 4.80 4,870 4,890 Snake R. near Irwin 7.57 7,930 8,110 Snake R. near Heise 4.01 7,990 8,310 Snake R. at Menan 4.13 7,660 6,290 Snake R. at Blackfoot 6.04 5,080 2,310 Dry Bed near Ririe 8.86 1,950 2,570 Fall R. near Ashton 4.56 730 581 Henry’s Fork near Island Park 3.98 699 965 Henry’s Fork near Ashton 3.74 1,300 1,750 Salmon R. MF near Yellow Pine 1.93 882 696 Teton R. near Driggs 1.93 395 343 Teton R. near St. Anthony 3.07 953 667 Reservoir Storage American Falls 26% of Capacity Henry’s Lake 94% of Capacity Island Park 52% of Capacity Jackson 85% of Capacity Palisades 52% of Capacity Ririe 76% of Capacity Yesterday's High / Low 74 / 44 Normal High 83 Normal Low 47 Record High 97 in 2011 Record Low 28 in 1992 Yesterday to 4pm 0.00" Month to Date 2.29" Avg. Month to Date 0.41" Year to Date 6.24" Avg. Year to Date 6.85" Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Today 6:47 a.m. 8:11 p.m. 8:51 a.m. 9:01 p.m. Thursday 6:48 a.m. 8:09 p.m. 9:50 a.m. 9:29 p.m. Friday 6:49 a.m. 8:07 p.m. 10:50 a.m. 10:00 p.m. Saturday 6:50 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 11:50 a.m. 10:33 p.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 13 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: 112° in Death Valley, Calif. Low: 28° in West Yellowstone, Mont. 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 78 / 51 Precip Chance: 0% Light winds Thursday Sunny 80 / 51 Precip Chance: 0% Light winds Friday Sunny 80 / 52 Precip Chance: 0% Light winds Saturday Mostly Sunny 81 / 53 Precip Chance: 5% 5-7 mph SW Sunday Partly Cloudy 75 / 47 Precip Chance: 20% 5-10 mph SW Monday Partly Cloudy 74 / 48 Precip Chance: 20% 6-9 mph WSW Tuesday Mostly Sunny 77 / 45 Precip Chance: 5% 3-7 mph SSW Has there ever been a year without an Atlantic hurricane? ? Answer: In 1907, four tropical storms formed, but none became hurricanes. Morning: At 8 a.m., the temperature is forecast to be 52º, mostly sunny with light winds out of the south southwest. Afternoon: At 12 noon, the temperature is forecast to be 73º, mostly sunny with winds out of the southwest at 10 mph. Evening: At 6 p.m., the temperature is forecast to be 73º, mostly sunny with 8 mph winds out of the south southwest. Salmon 81 / 49 West Yellowstone 72 / 39 Ashton 76 / 46 Jackson 66 / 46 St. Anthony 76 / 47 Dubois 77 / 50 Mackay 81 / 52 Sun Valley 74 / 47 Terreton 77 / 49 Arco 73 / 50 Blackfoot 78 / 52 Twin Falls 82 / 56 Rupert 79 / 52 Preston 72 / 52 Rexburg 76 / 50 Idaho Falls 78 / 51 Shelley 74 / 50 Pocatello 78 / 57 Challis 81 / 52 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 Cyrus’ date wanted by police Judges blast gay marriage bans Federal appeals judges bristled on Tuesday at arguments defend- ing gay marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin, with one Republi- can appointee comparing them to now-defunct laws that once out- lawed weddings between blacks and whites. Story, Page A5 Gaza truce open-ended Israel and Gaza’s ruling Hamas agreed Tuesday to an open-end- ed cease-fire after seven weeks of fighting — an uneasy deal that halts the deadliest war in years. Story, Page A8 Idaho Mountain Trading moving long-vacant storefront in down- town Idaho Falls soon will be filled by a long-established local business set for a major expan- sion. With the move, Idaho Moun- tain Trading will double its floor space to 12,000 square feet. Story, Page C1 Shopko heading to Salmon area News that Shopko is coming to Lemhi County is drawing mixed reviews from city leaders, resi- dents and merchants, many of whom only recently became aware that plans for the big-box store were underway. Story, Page C1
Utah bound Skyline High School baseball standout Luke Martin settles his college plans by committing to Utah Valley. Story, Page A8 sports national / world Brown memorialized The mourners filled an enormous church to remember Michael Brown — recalling him as a “gen- tle giant,” aspiring rapper and recent high school graduate on his way to a technical college. The emotional service sought to con- secrate Brown’s death as anoth- er in the long history of the civil rights movement and implored black Americans to change their protest chants into legislation and law. Story, Page A4 Liberian doctor dies A Liberian doctor who received one of the last known doses of an experimental Ebola drug has died, officials said Monday. Separate- ly, Canada said it has yet to send out an untested vaccine that the government is donating. Story, Page A6 TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) — Los Angeles County detec- tives are reviewing security cam- era footage and seeking witness- es to a shoot- ing at a packed nightclub that injured three people, includ- ing Death Row Records found- er Marion “Suge” Knight. Sheriff’s Sgt. Richard Biddle said Monday that investigators believe as many as 20 people witnessed the gunfire early Sunday at 1OAK on Sunset Boulevard in West Hol- lywood. But he says no potential witnesses have come forward. Detectives have not identified a suspect. Knight and the two other vic- tims were taken to a hospital for treatment and are expected to survive. Knight’s Death Row Records was on the leading edge of rap music in the 1990s. He eventually declared bankruptcy and the label was auctioned off. LL Cool J lends a hand for New York City schoolkids NEW YORK (AP) — LL Cool J says it is important to help out kids in need. The “NCIS” actor and hip-hop star handed out backpacks with school supplies to children in Jamaica, Queens, on Sunday. He notes that a relatively small contribution can have a big effect on the families. About 2,000 children attended the Worldstar Foundation event. Witnesses sought in shooting birthdays Singer Valerie Simpson is 68. Singer Bob Cow- sill is 65. Actor Brett Cullen is 58. Musician Branford Marsa- lis is 54. Musician Jimmy Olander (Diamond Rio) is 53. Actor Chris Burke is 49. Actress Riley Weston is 48. Actress Melis- sa McCarthy is 44. Singer Thalia is 43. Musician Tyler Connol- ly (Theory of a Deadman) is 39. Actor Mike Col- ter is 38. Actor Macaulay Culkin is 34. Actor Chris Pine is 34. Sing- er Brian Kelley (Florida Georgia Line) is 29. Sing- er Cassie Ventura is 28. Actor Dylan O’Brien (TV: “Teen Wolf”) is 23. Actress Keke Palmer is 21. Bow down: Beyonce was the reigning queen of Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards. The diva closed the awards show with an epic nearly 20-min- ute performance. Tears streamed down her face as she was joined onstage by her beaming husband and daughter, amid the numerous rumors surrounding her marriage. Beyonce sang and danced in a metallic leotard while Blue Ivy and Jay Z watched from their seats as the diva declared: “MTV, welcome to my world.” As Beyonce accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award, the VMA’s version of a lifetime achievement award, at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif., she kissed her daughter and hus- band Jay Z, who called her the “greatest living entertainer.” The duo won best collaboration for the hit “Drunk In Love.” “I have nothing to say but I am filled with so much grati- tude,” she told the cheering crowd as they chanted her name. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: FAMOUS FOUR- SOMES (e.g., The four classi- cal elements. Answer: Earth, air, fire, water.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. The four sections of an orchestra. 2. The four Gospels. 3. The four Beatles. GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. The four Marx Brothers. PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 5. The four faces on Mount Rushmore. 6. Horsemen of the Apoca- lypse. 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 Tuesday, August 26, the 238th day of 2014. There are 127 days left in the year. In 1883, the island volca- no Krakatoa began cataclysmic eruptions, leading to a massive explosion the following day. In 1939, the first televised major league baseball games were shown : a double-head- er between the Cincinnati Reds and the Brooklyn Dodgers. In 1944, French Gen. Charles de Gaulle braved the threat of pro-German snipers as he led a victory march in Paris , which had just been liberated by the Allies from Nazi occupation. side lines local Knight ANSWERS: 1. Brass, string, woodwind, percussion; 2. Mat- thew, Mark, Luke, John, 3. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, 4. Groucho, Chico, Harpo, Zeppo, 5. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, The- odore Roosevelt, 6. Conquest (pestilence), war, famine, death. today’s headlines breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Beyonce reigns at MTV awards LL Cool J Man arrested Idaho Falls Police arrested an Idaho Falls man Saturday after he reportedly punched and choked his 37-year-old girlfriend. Story, Page B1 America’s Got Talent Two men with eastern Idaho ties will perform in the seminal round of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” at 8 p.m. tonight on NBC (Channel 6). Story, Page B1
Sprint and a marathon The top men’s and women’s fn - isher cross the line just a minute apart at the annual Mesa Falls Marathon. Story, Page C1 SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk LONDON (AP) — Jon Hamm , a St. Louis native, says he hopes “cooler heads prevail” in the Mis- souri city of Ferguson and “people come through it for the better.” Talking about the riots that followed the fatal shoot- ing of 18-year- old Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer, Hamm says “it’s difficult to watch because it’s my hometown.” But the “Mad Men” star sup- ports the protesters. He says “they have a legitimate reason to protest and they’re exercising their right to do that and so hopefully, in the end, people will come through it stronger.” He said cities should not “be measured on how they have failed, but how they get through and how they clean up after their mistakes.” Man dies after being shot backstage at concert MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (AP) — A 38-year-old man died Saturday after being shot multiple times backstage during a concert at a popular Silicon Valley venue, authorities said. The shooting occurred at Shore- line Amphitheatre, where Pitts- burgh rapper Wiz Khalifa , Atlanta hip hop artist Jeezy and others had finished performing Friday night. The victim, whose name was not immediately released, died at a hospital. Investigators asked concertgo- ers for photos or videos that might provide clues. Hamm hopes for Ferguson birthdays Actor Kenny Baker is 80. Rock musi- cian Ken Hens- ley is 69. Actress Anne Archer is 67. Actor Joe Regalbuto is 65. Former Arkan- sas Gov. Mike Huckabee is 59. Actor-writ- er Stephen Fry is 57. Rock sing- er John Bush is 51. Actress Mar- lee Matlin is 49. Basketball Hall- of-Famer Reg- gie Miller is 49. Broadcast jour- nalist David Gregory is 44. Actor-comedi- an Dave Chap- pelle is 41. Actor Alex O’Lough- lin is 38. Actress Beth Riesgraf is 36. Actor Chad Michael Mur- ray is 33. Actor Blake Berris is 30. Actor Rupert Grint is 26. NEW YORK (AP) — An attorney for M.I.A. says his client and the NFL have reached a settlement ending their multimillion dollar dis- pute over the Sri Lankan rapper’s flash of the middle finger during her 2012 Super Bowl halftime performance with Madonna . Attorney Howard E. King said in a statement Friday that the two had reached a confidential settlement, but offered no further details. The Hollywood Reporter reported last year that the NFL took action with the American Arbitration Association for breaching her performance contract and tarnishing the league’s reputation, asking for $1.5 million in damages. A spokesman said the league had no comment. NFL officials have said any money earned from the action would be donated to charity. today’s quiz By Wilson Casey 1. Is the book of 3 Chroni- cles in the Old or New Testa- ment or neither? 2. Job and which other Old Testament book mention the constellation of Orion? a. Psalms b. Isaiah c. Daniel d. Amos 3. What prophet took a wife of whoredoms named Gomer? a. Hosea b. Jonah c. Amos d. Micah 4. From Judges 14, what did Samson eat from the carcass of a lion? a. Manna b. Honey c. Berries d. Figs 5. What sin against the Holy Spirit results in eternal guilt? a. Blasphemy b. Adultery c. Murder d. Non tithing 6. Who was the father of Joshua? a. Abraham b. Aaron c. Nun d. Moses in history Today is Sunday, August 24, the 236th day of 2014. There are 129 days left in the year. In A.D. 79, long-dormant Mount Vesuvius erupted , bury- ing the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in volcanic ash; an estimated 20,000 peo- ple died. In 1932, Amelia Earhart embarked on a 19-hour flight from Los Angeles to Newark , New Jersey, making her the first woman to fly solo, non-stop, from coast to coast. In 2006, the International Astronomical Union declared that Pluto was no longer a plan- et , demoting it to the status of a “dwarf planet.” side lines local sports Hamm ANSWERS : 1. Neither; 2. Amos; 3. Hosea; 4. Honey; 5. Blasphemy; 6. Nun 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 63/46 s 62/47 t Blackfoot 68/46 s 68/49 t Boise 78/56 s 80/55 s Burley 71/49 s 70/51 pc Challis 66/46 t 67/47 t Elko, NV 79/49 s 81/50 s Island Park 59/35 t 64/36 t Jackson, WY 57/43 pc 58/42 t Lewiston 84/62 pc 87/57 pc Moscow 76/53 t 80/52 pc Nampa 78/55 s 80/54 s Ogden, UT 78/55 s 80/54 s Pocatello 69/50 s 68/56 t Rexburg 66/44 pc 68/47 t Salmon 70/43 mc 72/44 t Shelley 64/44 pc 65/47 t Stanley 59/36 pc 62/35 sh Twin Falls 75/53 s 75/54 s W. Yellowstone 60/38 t 62/34 t Today Tomorrow City Hi/Lo Wx Hi/Lo Wx Atlanta 90/73 t 85/65 pc Boston 78/62 s 81/64 s Chicago 87/73 pc 90/72 t Cincinnati 89/71 pc 91/72 s Cleveland 85/67 s 87/67 s Dallas 100/77 s 101/78 s Denver 84/61 pc 84/63 t Detroit 81/67 pc 87/70 s Houston 96/77 s 97/77 s Kansas City 97/76 s 95/76 s Las Vegas 98/76 s 98/77 s Los Angeles 77/65 s 78/65 pc Memphis 98/76 s 96/75 s Miami 91/81 s 89/80 t Minneapolis 93/66 s 82/63 s New Orleans 95/83 s 91/81 t New York 81/66 s 85/64 s Orlando 95/77 t 91/77 t Phoenix 100/80 s 100/79 s Pittsburgh 82/61 s 84/61 s Portland 81/57 s 84/59 s Salt Lake City 76/61 s 81/59 t San Diego 76/69 pc 75/68 pc San Francisco 70/58 pc 70/58 pc Seattle 77/59 s 80/61 s Tampa Bay 95/78 t 92/76 t Washington, DC 81/65 s 80/59 s Streamows Stage Flow Avg. Snake River Basin: Feet cfs Flow Snake R. near Alpine, Wy. 5.09 5,500 5,060 Snake R. near Irwin 7.59 7,990 8,360 Snake R. near Heise 4.39 9,260 8,640 Snake R. at Menan 4.47 8,570 6,500 Snake R. at Blackfoot 6.40 6,170 2,510 Dry Bed near Ririe 9.14 2,340 2,800 Fall R. near Ashton 4.66 800 591 Henry’s Fork near Island Park 3.93 668 992 Henry’s Fork near Ashton 3.70 1,260 1,830 Salmon R. MF near Yellow Pine 1.97 919 728 Teton R. near Driggs 2.00 431 370 Teton R. near St. Anthony 3.18 1,040 678 Reservoir Storage American Falls 25% of Capacity Henry’s Lake 95% of Capacity Island Park 53% of Capacity Jackson 86% of Capacity Palisades 52% of Capacity Ririe 76% of Capacity Yesterday's High / Low 57 / 47 Normal High 84 Normal Low 47 Record High 97 in 1969 Record Low 36 in 1985 Yesterday to 4pm 0.06" Month to Date 2.17" Avg. Month to Date 0.38" Year to Date 6.12" Avg. Year to Date 6.82" Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset Today 6:44 a.m. 8:16 p.m. 5:57 a.m. 7:37 p.m. Mon 6:45 a.m. 8:14 p.m. 6:55 a.m. 8:05 p.m. Tue 6:46 a.m. 8:12 p.m. 7:53 a.m. 8:33 p.m. Wed 6:47 a.m. 8:11 p.m. 8:51 a.m. 9:01 p.m. New 8/25 First 9/2 Full 9/8 Last 9/15 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 9 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: 112° in Death Valley, Calif. Low: 27° in Chemult, Ore. 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 67 / 46 Precip Chance: 10% Light winds Monday T-storms 69 / 50 Precip Chance: 30% Light winds Tuesday Mostly Sunny 70 / 48 Precip Chance: 20% 3-7 mph S Wednesday Sunny 74 / 50 Precip Chance: 0% Light winds Thursday Mostly Sunny 79 / 51 Precip Chance: 5% 3-9 mph SW Friday Mostly Sunny 81 / 55 Precip Chance: 5% 5-7 mph SW Saturday Partly Cloudy 79 / 54 Precip Chance: 10% 6-9 mph SSW Is there such a thing as Heat Lightning? ? Answer: No. The storm is too far away to be able to hear the thunder. Morning: At 8 a.m., the temperature is forecast to be 48º, partly cloudy with light winds out of the north northwest. Afternoon: At 12 noon, the temperature is forecast to be 63º, partly cloudy with winds out of the southwest at 7 mph. Evening: At 6 p.m., the temperature is forecast to be 62º, partly cloudy with 8 mph winds out of the south southwest. Salmon 70 / 43 West Yellowstone 60 / 38 Ashton 63 / 41 Jackson 57 / 43 St. Anthony 64 / 42 Dubois 63 / 46 Mackay 66 / 46 Sun Valley 61 / 41 Terreton 66 / 45 Arco 63 / 46 Blackfoot 68 / 46 Twin Falls 75 / 53 Rupert 71 / 49 Preston 67 / 49 Rexburg 66 / 44 Idaho Falls 67 / 46 Shelley 64 / 44 Pocatello 69 / 50 Challis 66 / 46 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: 28-32-35-36-52 (PB: 31) Mega Millions: 5-31-34-41-74 (Mega: 3) Hot Lotto: 5-19-41-42-44 (HB: 2) Wildcard: 7-16-17-29-30 (J of Diamonds) Pick 3: Aug. 23: 2-3-0; Aug. 22: 6-8-7; Aug. 21: 7-8-1; Aug. 20: 6-2-1 NFL, M.I.A. reach settlement Israeli airstrike collapses Gaza apartment tower Israel bombed an apartment tower in downtown Gaza City on Saturday, collapsing the 12-story building in an unprecedented strike Story, Page A8 White House reviewing equipment program The White House is conducting a review of programs that have equipped local police departments with military gear from the Pen- tagon, urged by President Barack Obama’s call for more separation between the nation’s armed forces and civilian law enforcement. Story, Page A3 Injured Ucon climber rescued A 55-year-old Ucon man who fell and suffered a broken leg while climbing Mount Heyburn in the Sawtooth Recreation Area was rescued after spending a night on the mountain. Story, Page B1 Research funds headed to INL A total of $67 million in federal nuclear research money soon will be flowing to pints around the nation. In Idaho, $3.7 million will be split between Idaho Nation- al Laboratory, Boise State Univer- sity and Idaho State University. Story, Page B1
doing it.” Foles had one of the best statistical seasons in NFL history as he led the Philadelphia Eagles to a division title in his sopho- more season and Chip Kel- ly’s first as coach. Foles replaced Michael Vick in October, went 8-2 as the starter and finished with 29 touchdown passes and two interceptions in 11 starts, including a playoff loss to New Orleans. He set an NFL record for best TD/interception ratio and his passer rating of 119.2 was the third highest in NFL history. Some things to know about the NFC East: REPLACING D-JAX: Kelly made the bold- est move of his short ten- ure when he released three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jack- son after the best season of his career. The Eagles couldn’t even get a low- round draft pick for Jack - son, so they cut him. Kelly never explained the move, but Jackson’s hefty con- tract and me-first attitude are probably why. They’re counting on Jeremy Maclin to return to form after knee surgery cost him all of last season. They’re hoping Riley Coo- per builds on his break- out year. They need rook- ie Jordan Matthews to con- tribute right away. Sec- ond-year tight end Zach Ertz has big potential, and the versatile Darren Spro- les, acquired from New Orleans, could end up replacing some of Jack- son’s touches. EIGHT IS ENOUGH: Jay Gruden is the eighth head coach employed by owner Dan Snyder in 16 years in Washington. A for- mer Arena League quar- terback who ran Cincin- nati’s offense for three seasons, Gruden brings a West Coast style along with a reputation for being a players’ coach. Getting along with RG3 is one thing. Figuring out how to win games is a tough- er task. The Redskins have plenty of playmakers on offense with Jackson join- ing Alfred Morris (2,888 yards rushing in 2012-13), Pierre Garcon (NFL-high 113 catches in 2013) and Jordan Reed (45 catches in nine games). Defense is another story. The Redskins need produc- tive seasons from some of their 30-something veter- ans on D. NEW-LOOK GIANTS: The Giants were big play- ers in free agency for a change. They signed 19 veteran free agents, includ- ing 10 on offense. Running back Rashad Jennings moves into a starting role, and cornerbacks Domi- nique Rodgers-Cromart- ie and Walter Thurmond bolstered the secondary. The Giants finished strong, going 7-3 after an 0-6 start. Their defense made a turn- around after Jon Beason was acquired from Caroli- na at midseason. B2 Post Register Saturday, August 23, 2014 SPORTS great motivation for me to come out. Where else would I rather be? This is a lot better than any cubicle I could probably think of. It’s a pretty good office.” Since Brady took over as the Patriots’ starter, the Jets have had nine quar- terbacks start. Meanwhile, the Bills have had 11 and the Dolphins a whopping 16. Given the constant turnover everywhere else, it’s no coincidence the Patriots have won 11 of the last 13 division titles. The exceptions: 2002, when New York won it, and 2008, when Brady missed 15 games with a knee injury and Miami won. All three of the Patri- ots’ rivals think they might be on to something as far as setting up their futures under center. Miami’s Ryan Tannehill enters his third season, while New York’s Geno Smith and Buffalo’s EJ Manuel are going into their second. “I think that’s obviously your chief rival and your biggest enemy,” the Jets’ Rex Ryan said of the Patri- ots. “You probably respect them more than anybody, but you also at the same time know you don’t like them. Here are a few things to know about the AFC East: SOARING JETS?: Ryan and offensive coordina- tor Marty Mornhinweg are giving Smith every oppor- tunity to establish himself as the team’s quarterback for now and beyond, even with Michael Vick on the roster. The Jets haven’t made the playoffs in three sea- sons, so there’s pressure on Ryan to build on last year’s 8-8 finish. While Smith has shown flash- es, the Jets won’t hesitate to pull him if he struggles and plug in Vick. Regard- less of who’s under cen- ter, the offense should be improved with the addi- tions of wide receiver Eric Decker and running back Chris Johnson. NEW-LOOK DOLPHINS: Miami is trying to put the bullying scandal that rocked the franchise and the rest of the league far behind. Joe Philbin is back as coach, but GM Jeff Ireland was fired and replaced by Dennis Hickey. One of the Dolphins’ top con- cerns was to keep Tanne- hill more upright — and give him the opportuni- ty to get the ball to Mike Wallace more often — after Miami allowed an NFL-high 58 sacks. Left tackle Brandon Albert was signed to improve protec- tion. RB Knowshon More- no, if healthy, should also help new coordinator Bill Lazor’s offense. homer in the sixth. Corey Toups’ RBI double brought home Luis Valenzuela, a wild pitch by Rockies pitch- er Alec Kenilvort allowed Brandon Downes to score and a sac fly by O’Hearn drove in Toups for the Chu- kars’ final runs in the bot- tom of the sixth. Idaho Falls ended the game with a 4-6-3 double play in the seventh. Matt Strahm earned the win, giving up one run on two hits while striking out three and walking none in three innings for his first win of the year. He said the 7-0 lead gave him con- fidence upon taking the mound. “Just staying ahead, trusting my defense,” Strahm said. “Just let your defense work.” Rockies starter Alex Rodriguez took the loss, giving up seven runs on four hits while striking out one and walking two in 0.2 innings. The fourth rain delay in as many nights inter- rupted game two around 6:45 p.m. with a 1-0 Chu- kars lead after one inning. Luis Valenzuela, who was ruled safe sliding into third with his right hand extend- ed after Wander Franco’s one-out single, scored on Samir Duenez’s sacrifice fly in the next at-bat to put Idaho Falls on the score- board before the tarp was pulled out for 27 minutes. Desmond Henry scored on a Luis Jean throwing error with one out in the bottom of the second for the Chukars’ final run of game two. Torey Deshazi- er, who earned the win, got out of a jam in the fourth inning with a 5-4-3 double play. He struck out Omar Carrizales with runners on first and second to get out of another jam in the fifth. “Pitching’s going to be a huge point,” Ramirez said. “Like I told the guys, ‘If you want to make a push in these last 12 games, pitch- ing is going to keep us in the game.’ ” Kevin Padlo’s solo homer cut it to 2-1 in the top of the sixth and Chu- kars reliever Sam Lewis then struck out the next three batters. The game ended when Carrizales grounded into a force out from Valenzuela to Jecks- son Flores in the seventh. The Chukars begin a four-game road series at Orem tonight with first pitch scheduled for 7:05 p.m. POST REGISTER Freshman Taylor Han- cock broke a scoreless tie in the 60th minute with a strike from 20 yards and the Bonneville High School boys soccer team opened the season with a 2-0 win over Minico on Friday in Rupert. Jose Salgado crossed the ball and Hancock one- timed it past the keeper. Six minutes later Jony Barrientos ripped a free kick into the top left corner from 25 yards out to make it 2-0. “They really looked good,” Bonneville coach Chris Watts said. “We’ve been really young for the past two years, and they’ve worked hard to be where they are today.” Bonneville (1-0) plays at Blackfoot on Tuesday. HILLCREST 5, POCA- TELLO 0: At Pocatello, Tan- ner Chapple popped in two goals and Hillcrest cruised to a season-opening win. The Knights led 1-0 after Chapple’s goal in the 32nd minute, assisted by Clay- ton Salmons. It stayed that way until the 52nd minute, when Chandler Serr con- verted an assist from Josh Englis to double the lead. The Knights added goals from Chapple (Eddy Cruz assist), Cameron Rusch (Rydder Driggs assist) and Englis (from Serr) to put the game out of reach. Hillcrest coach Bryan Johnston said his team had 20 shots, including one off the woodwork and three more off the crossbar. The Knights graduated 11 seniors including eight to nine starters depending on the game. “Already in training this has been a great team to work with,” he said. “Real- ly blue collar.” The Knights (1-0) host Century on Tuesday. SKYLINE 4, RIGBY 1: At Rigby, Skyline scored three second-half goals and pulled away for a noncon- ference win. Carlos Murillo scored the lone goal for the Tro- jans. “We came out hard and caught them off guard,” Rigby coach Bart Mower said. “We’re not the easy win that we used to be.” Rigby plays at Idaho Falls on Tuesday. Girls soccer HILLCREST 9, POCATELLO 0: At Hillcrest, Mallory Keisling, Tarynda Bateman and Katry Redd had two goals each and the new-look Knights opened the season with a dominat- ing nonconference win. Taya McBride, Court- ney Cushings and Roxanne Hoffman also scored for the Knights, who led 5-0 at halftime. Keisling, Redd, Taylor Gregory and Sonja Johnson added assists. “A lot of these kids are juniors and seniors, but they’ve been waiting in the wings biding their time,” Hillcrest coach Dave Coff- man said. “They’ve been very patient. But now it’s their team, it’s their time.” The Knights (1-0) play at Century on Tuesday. BONNEVILLE 8, MINICO 0: At Bonneville, freshman Jackie Mendoza had two goals and two assists and Bonneville rolled to a win over Minico. Jazzy Hill added two goals, Lexi Ryerson, Makayla Christensen, Sam Atterberry and Makyla Ledezma also scored and Ashley Williams chipped in three assists. “It was a great way to start,” Bonneville coach Michael Wedman said. The Bees (1-0) host Blackfoot on Tuesday. SKYLINE 5, RIGBY 1: At Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, Citlalli Sanchez scored twice while Megan Aumeier added a goal and an assist as Skyline rolled to a season-opening victo- ry. Sanchez scored 4:30 into the game before the lead doubled on a Rigby own-goal in the first half. Sanchez scored again the 57th minute (assisted by Nicole Morrison), Aumeier scored on a PK in the 65th minute and Nicole Morri- son finished the scoring in the 73rd minute. Women’s soccer IDAHO STATE 4, MINOT STATE 2: At Pocatello, Maria Sanchez scored two goals and chipped in an assist in her ISU debut to lead the Bengals to a non- conference win at Davis Field. The American Falls grad scored in the 28th and 49th minutes for the Bengals, who also got two goals from Amanda Ellsworth. ISU hosts Wyoming at 4 p.m. Friday at Davis Field. Second-half goals lift Bees to opening win LOCAL ROUNDUP AFC From Page B1 NFC From Page B1 From Page B1 CHUKARS ASSOCIATED PRESS GREEN BAY, Wis. — Aaron Rodgers threw for two touchdowns and Eddie Lacy ran for a first-quar- ter score in the Green Bay Packers’ 31-21 preseason victory Friday night over the Oakland Raiders. The game was stopped for several minutes in the second quarter after Raid- ers linebacker Sio Moore was taken off the field with a neck injury. He gave a thumb-up sign as he was wheeled off to a standing ovation. Moore was taken to a hospital. The Packers’ Julius Pep- pers recorded his first sack of the preseason, and the Raiders’ offense struggled with new quarterback Matt Schaub. He did lead the Raiders into the red zone in the third quarter against backups, but a touchdown pass to former Packers receiver James Jones was overturned on review. Schaub was 13 of 27 for 110 yards. Rodgers was 9 of 20 for 139 yards playing into the second quarter. Preseason games PATRIOTS 30, PANTHERS 7: At Foxborough, Mass., Tom Brady threw for 204 yards and two touchdowns, Stephen Gostkowski kicked a 60-yard field goal and New England shut down Cam Newton and Carolina. The third preseason game for both teams was no contest as the Patriots outgained the Panthers 405- 271. Brady led the Patriots (2-1) to scores on three of his five series and completed 17 of 21 passes. Newton was 8 for 12 for 88 yards and was sacked three times. All five of his possessions ended in punts. GIANTS 35, JETS 24: At East Rutherford, N.J., Geno Smith and Michael Vick each threw touchdown passes with the Jets’ starting offense, and the defense mostly shut down Eli Manning before the Giants’ backups rallied for a victory. Smith was 9 of 14 for 137 yards, including a 1-yard scoring toss to rookie Jace Amaro. Vick replaced Smith to start the second half, and after a rough first series in which he was sacked and lost a fumble, he led an 11-play, 76-yard drive capped by a go-ahead 3-yard TD to Eric Decker. Vick finished 4 of 5 for 34 yards in his two series for the Jets (2-1). LIONS 13, JAGUARS 12: At Allen Park, Mich., Reggie Bush broke free for an 86-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, one of only a few offensive highlights as Detroit edged Jacksonville in a penalty-filled game. Blake Bortles threw for 158 yards and a touchdown for the Jaguars. Jacksonville started Chad Henne, but Bortles — the third pick in this year’s draft — was impressive in relief. He completed 10 of 16 passes, including a 13-yard touch- down to Allen Hurns. Around the NFL Manziel fined $12,000 for middle finger flip: At Cleveland, Johnny Manziel has been slapped on the finger. The NFL fined the Brown rookie quarterback $12,000 on Friday for flipping his mid dle finger at Washington’s sideline, a person familiar with the penalty told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the ruling has not been made public. Manziel said he was reacting to incessant taunt- ing by the Redskins during Monday night’s nationally televised game when he made the gesture while running back to Cleveland’s huddle. Rodgers has 2 TDs, Packers beat Raiders NFL ROUNDUP tude his team displayed. Bradley Smith showed flashs of brilliance in his first game as Bonneville’s starting quarterback. He threw for 191 yards and two touchdowns, while adding a score on the ground on a nifty run toward the end of the game. He made a cou- ple of bad throws, but his 40.9 completion percent- age is more indicative of a few dropped passes and an elite defense than Smith’s performance. “I’m happy with my per- formance, but I can always do better,” Smith said. “There were some passes I could’ve hit.” Bonneville lineman Conlan Smtih said Valor Christian will help his team down the road, especially off the field. “Our team definite- ly needs to hit the weight room,” he said. Sentiments like this are why Armstrong wanted to play such a tough oppo- nent. He wanted this game to serve as motivation and guidance for his young team, and he believes that will lead to good results down the road. Perhaps the biggest neg- ative from this game was a wrist injury to receiver Brenden Tamayo. No one will know the severity of the injury until after he gets an X-ray. If Tamayo’s injury isn’t major, Armstrong will be almost completely positive about this game. He want- ed to see how his team would react to a blowout, and he liked what he saw from his players. “I found out my team has heart,” Armstrong said. From Page B1 BEES Mike Roemer / Associated Press Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy (27) dives into the end zone for a touchdown as Oakland middle linebacker Nick Roach (53) defends during the first half of a preseason game Friday in Green Bay, Wis.
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NCIS ’ ‘PG’ NCIS ’ ‘PG’ NCIS ’ ‘PG’ NCIS ’ ‘14’ VH1 335 162 Top 20 Count.Top 20 Count. ›› “Fat Albert” (2004) ’ (:10) ››› “The Nutty Professor” (1996)(:20) “Nutty Professor II: The Klumps” WEA 55 362 214 Weather Cntr.GeeksWeather Center Live (N) Fat Guys-Wd.Fat Guys-Wd.Hurricane 360Tornado AlleyTornado AlleySo You Think WTBS 41 247 139 “Pirates of the Caribbean: End” MLB Baseball: Giants at Nationals KingKingKing ››› “Shrek 2” (2004) (DVS) By George Dickie © Zap2it When it comes to the U.S. Open, few are more accom - plished than Serena Williams. Indeed, the 32-year-old native of Saginaw, Mich., has taken home singles titles from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, N.Y., five times since 1999, including each of the past two years, a total exceeded by only Molla Bjurst - edt Mallory (eight in the pre- Open era) and Chris Evert (six). Her 17 titles in Grand Slam play speak to her ability to get up for the big tennis stages. But this year has been different. While she has man- aged to hold onto the top ranking on the WTA Tour, Serena’s performances in majors in 2014 have been uncharacteristically lackluster as she’s taken fourth-, second- and third-round exits in the Australian and French Opens and Wimbledon. Which Serena will show up at the tennis year’s final Slam, which gets going Mon- day, Aug. 25, on ESPN and ESPN2? ESPN analyst Cliff Drys- dale says it all depends on her state of mind. “My own sense,” he says, “is that her personal situa- tion is the most challenging for her because it’s widely recognized that she was, like, an item with her coach and that seems to be a tenuous relationship now. So I think depending on where that is at at a given time, I think that is going to affect her mood, and that is probably a big issue. I Serena Williams O n T he C Over Serena, Djoker do Flushing think we’ll find that out in the warm-up tournaments to the Open. ... I mean, she’s obvi- ously the standout.” One who could give Wil- liams trouble is Eugenie Bouchard. The 20-year-old Canadian is ranked No. 7 in the world, having recorded semifinal appearances in Mel - bourne and Paris, and made the finals at Wimbledon in her breakthrough year. “I think she’s the story of the women’s tour for this year,” Drysdale says. “There’s no doubt about it, in fact. Semifinal in Australia, semi- final in France, and then the final at Wimbledon. She’s by far the biggest story and be- coming the biggest star on the tour at the same time.”
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PHILADELPHIA — Back at home, Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles got back on track. Foles threw one touchdown pass and led the starting offense to three first-half scores in a 31-21 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. Steelers running backs Le’Ve- on Bell and LeGarrette Blount both played one day after they were arrest- ed for marijuana possession shortly before Pittsburgh (1-2) traveled to Phil- adelphia (1-2). Eagles All-Pro running back LeSe- an McCoy left the game with a right thumb injury after a 22-yard TD catch gave Philadelphia a 7-0 lead. X-rays on McCoy’s thumb were negative, but he didn’t return. McCoy showed no effects of a toe injury that forced him to miss one practice earlier in the week. The Eagles’ first-team offense had only one touchdown on six drives in road losses to Chicago and New England. But this was more like last year’s offense that set several fran- chise records. Foles was 19 of 29 for 179 yards and threw one interception. He led the offense to 17 points and 251 total yards before giving way to Mark Sanchez in the third quarter. Starting wide receiv- ers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper played their first game together, com- bining for nine catches for 68 yards. The Steelers couldn’t get going against Philadelphia’s first-team defense. Ben Roethlisberger tossed a 27-yard TD pass to Heath Miller in the third quarter against the backups. Around the NFL Marrone upset by Bills lack of practice discipline: At Pittsford, N.Y., Bills coach Doug Marrone blew up at his players on Thursday, sending a message that he’s fed up with too many fights and post-whistle shoving matches during practice. Marrone cleared the field during the middle of a team drill and ordered players to run sprints after several of them exchanged shoves. That included receiver Marquise Goodwin pushing down rookie cornerback Sam Miller from behind. Chiefs LB Mays to have wrist sur- gery: At Kansas City, Mo., the banged- up Kansas City Chiefs suffered another blow Thursday when linebacker Joe Mays was told he would need surgery on the wrist he injured last weekend at Carolina. Mays, who was expected to start alongside Derrick Johnson at inside linebacker, will likely have the procedure later this week, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. Colts owner’s trial on DWI charges postponed: At Noblesville, Ind., Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay’s trial on two misdemeanor charges stem- ming from a March traffic stop has been postponed for two months. Irsay’s trial had been scheduled for next week, but Hamilton County court records show it’s been rescheduled for Oct. 30. Irsay was arrested March 16 near his home in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel after he was spotted driving slowly, stopping in the roadway and fail- ing to use a turn signal. Foles, offense sharp as Eagles beat Steelers n It’s veteran against rising star in the coming tournament NEW YORK (AP) — Ser- ena Williams will face an up-and-coming American player in the first round of the U.S. Open. The 32-year-old Wil- liams has won 17 Grand Slam titles. At age 18, Tay- lor Townsend is in her third major tournament. Townsend is a former top-ranked junior play- er who reached the third round at the French Open this year. She got into her first U.S. Open main draw with a wild card. On the men’s side, Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic and Australian Open champ Stan Wawrin- ka could meet in one semi- final. Second-seeded Roger Federer and fourth-seeded David Ferrer are in the other half. Williams, seeking her third straight title at Flush- ing Meadows, hasn’t reached the quarterfinals at any of the first three Grand Slam events of 2014. “The way my year’s been going, I’m worried about every single match,” she said after Thursday’s draw ceremony. If she makes the quar- terfinals, she could meet eighth-seeded Ana Ivanovic, who beat her at the Aus- tralian Open. Wimbledon champ Petra Kvitova could await in the semifinals. Kvitova, though, has always struggled at the year’s last major tourna- ment, never even reaching the quarterfinals. After she won her first Wimbledon title in 2011, she lost in the first round at the U.S. Open. Kvitova could face two- time Australian Open champ Victoria Azarenka in the round of 16. Azarenka lost to Williams in the finals at Flushing Meadows the last two years but is seed- ed just 16th after an inju- ry-plagued season. Kvitova and sev- enth-seeded Eugenie Bouch- ard could play a rematch o their Wimbledon final in the quarters. S. Williams vs. Townsend in Open First round B2 Post Register Friday, August 22, 2014 SPORTS don Marshall and Ran- dall Cobb somewhere in between, the NFC North could probably field a Pro Bowl offense all by itself. The Packers, Lions and Bears all ranked in the top eight in the league in total yards, and even the Vikings with their per- sistent quarterback prob- lems finished 13th, higher than five playoff teams. For this division to again produce a true championship-caliber team, keeping those key players healthy all year is the first prerequisite. Then the defenses must get bet - ter. If not, and this sea- son looks a lot like the last, well, the games are bound to be entertaining with all those big-play guys throw- ing, running and catching the ball. Here are some things to know about the NFC North this year: IN CASE OF INJURY, CALL … When the pre- viously infallible Rodgers went down with a broken collarbone, the dynamic of the division changed. The Packers were just barely good enough to survive his absence and beat the Bears in the final week, which served as a play-in game for the NFC playoffs. That was quite the feat consider- ing they lost Cobb, outside linebacker Clay Matthews, left tackle Bryan Bulaga and several other starters for mul- tiple games. The injuries transcended all three Wisconsin borders. Josh McCown helped the Bears withstand quarter- back Jay Cutler’s torn groin, but the defense lost Henry Melton, D.J. Williams, Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman for a total of 38 games. Johnson wasn’t the same Megatron for the Lions, miss- ing two games and fighting knee and finger trouble that prompted offseason procedures. Peterson had a similar letdown with the Vikings, spraining his foot in December and needing sur- gery on his groin in January. PICKED THE PACK, DID PEPPERS: The Packers made a rare splash in free agency by signing eight- time Pro Bowl pick Julius Peppers, who played the last four years with the Bears. Peppers, whose 119 career sacks are the third most among active players, is making the transition from the traditional 4-3 defensive end to the 3-4 scheme at age 34. He could, though, provide a valuable boost to a defense that sagged down the stretch last year. “I’m looking forward to not only proving to myself that I can do it, but proving to the outsiders who don’t think I can do it,” Peppers said. MORE DEFENSE SPENDING: One spot ahead of Peppers on the active player sacks list is Jared Allen, who also switched NFC North rivals by leaving the Vikings for the Bears. Like Peppers, Allen at 32 is past his prime at a speed-based position. But the five-time Pro Bowl pick, too, will be eager to prove he’s not done as a dominant pass rusher. The Bears were tied for last in the league in sacks last year and gave up the second-most points, fewer than only the Vikings. “Everybody sees the ability and what we have on paper. But that doesn’t necessarily mean anything. You’ve got to go out and … make it happen,” Allen said. BRIDGE TO BRIDGEWATER: The Vikings have a new coach in Mike Zimmer and a new quarterback in Teddy Bridgewater, though the first-round draft pick from Louisville has been behind veteran Matt Cassel on the depth chart since he arrived. Cassel played well enough last season after Christian Ponder lost the job to give the Vikings confidence in him until Bridgewater is ready to take over — wheth- er that’s this September, next September or some- where in between. “I think Teddy’s going to be a great player,” Zimmer said. the North, just the way they go about the game is a little different from some teams across the league,” Bengals offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth said. Defending champi- on Cincinnati has under- gone the fewest offseason changes, aiming for a fran- chise-record fourth straight trip to the playoffs. The Steelers and Ravens have adjusted their rosters, but stayed with their overriding philosophies. And then there’s Cleve- land, where the only thing that hasn’t got lost in the shuffle is the nonstop los- ing. Some things to watch in the AFC North this season: THE DOMINANT DIVISION: No other division has sent as many teams to the playoffs over the last six years. A dozen teams reached the postseason over that span, two more than any other division. The North’s streak of five straight years with multiple playoff teams ended last season. Northerners have reached the Super Bowl three times over that span, claiming two titles. Last year was the first time since the 2009 season that the North didn’t get at least one playoff victory. ANDY’S TIME: No quar- terback in the division will be under more scrutiny than Andy Dalton, who has been as good as it gets during the regular season, and at his very worst in the playoffs. The Bengals gave him a six-year contract extension even though he’s 0-3 in the postseason. He fell apart during the second half of a 27-10 play- off loss to San Diego last season. The Bengals haven’t won a playoff game since 1990, tied for the sixth-lon- gest streak of futility in league history. “The guys have stuck with me from the time that I’ve been here,” Dalton said. “I had to earn their respect at the beginning and now I feel like I have their respect. Yeah, the (playoff) game didn’t go how we wanted it to. I was a big part of the rea- son why we lost.” LET BEN BE BEN: The Steelers went 6-2 down the stretch to stay in play- off contention last season before finishing 8-8, missing out on the postseason for the second year in a row. The Steelers gave two-time Super Bowl champion Ben Roethlisberger more freedom in a no-huddle offense during the late surge and will be looking for more of the same. Only seven players were left from their last Super Bowl title team when they opened camp. “There is a sense of urgency,” said receiver Lance Moore, one of the newcomers. “We know 8-8 is not what this organization is all about. This organization is about competing for champi- onships and we’re going to be willing to do whatever it takes to get back to that.” RUN, RAVENS, RUN: The Ravens had one of those miserable Super Bowl follow-up seasons. After beating San Francisco for the Lombardi Trophy after the 2012 season, they lost linebacker Ray Lewis to retirement, then won only eight games as their offense fell apart. Joe Flacco threw 19 touchdowns and 22 intercep - tions while getting sacked a career-high 48 times. Ray Rice managed only 660 yards as the Ravens finished 30th in rushing — last in yards per carry. Baltimore brought in Gary Kubiak as offensive coordinator. Rice will miss the first two games under suspension for his arrest on a domestic violence charge. Kubiak has Flacco mov- ing around more in the pocket, but it’s the running game that will decide wheth- er the Ravens can shake off their only non-playoff season since coach John Harbaugh took over in 2008. “There’s no doubt about it, we’ve got some weapons out there,” Flacco said. From Page B1 NFC From Page B1 AFC players getting together, it rubs off on your team.” Bonneville returns four starters this season, but even if it returned all of its starters, the Bees like- ly would have been a heavy underdog against the Eagles. Bonneville be turning around under Arm- strong, but the9452 Bees are nowhere close to the level of a top-100 team in the country. And this is exactly why Armstrong fought to play Bingham last year and Valor Christian this year (the Eagles will also host Bonneville in 2015). Armstrong believes Highland is the only team on Bonneville’s schedule that even approaches the caliber of Valor Christian. For his team to get to that level, he believes his play- ers need to see that qualit of football firsthand. “When the kids came of the bus at Bingham last year and they saw those kids, they’re like, ‘Wow, we need to get in the weight room,’ ” Armstrong said. Bonneville starting quarterback Brad Smith was asked what he thought as he watched the Valor Christian players get of their bus Thursday. Smith acknowledged how tough the Eagles will be tonight, but he shifted his focus toward the dinner his team would have with Valor Christian on Thursday eve- ning. The game wasn’t his only concern. “We’re going to make some friends, too,” he said. FOOTBALL From Page B1 TENNIS NFL NOTEBOOK Andy Kropa / Associated Press Tennis player Serena Williams attends the Delta Open Mic with Serena Williams event Wednesday in New York. Matt Rourke / Associated Press Philadelphia Eagles’ Riley Cooper (14) is tackled by Pittsburgh Steelers’ William Gay (22) during the first half of Thursday’s preseason game in Philadelphia.
Big finish Rory McIlroy said he’s not going to rest on his back-to-back major championship wins when the FedEx Cup playoffs begin. Story, Page A9 THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 2014 POST REGISTER A 2 people talk LOS ANGELES (AP) — Billy Crystal will pay tribute to Robin Williams , his longtime friend and fellow comedian, at next week’s Emmy Awards. Crystal will honor Williams as part of the traditional “in memoriam” segment for industry mem- bers who died during the past year, Emmy executive pro- ducer Don Mischer said in a state- ment Wednesday. Mischer said the memorial seg- ment during Monday’s ceremony will include a performance from Grammy-nominated singer-song- writer Sara Bareilles . Williams was found dead of apparent suicide in his Northern California home Aug. 11. At last year’s Emmys, Williams honored his friend and mentor Jonathan Winters during the trib- ute segment. NYC mayor declares ‘Al Roker Appreciation Day’ NEW YORK (AP) — Al Roker didn’t have this honor in his forecast. Mayor Bill de Blasio sur- prised the beloved “Today Show” weather- man on his 60th birthday Wednes- day and declared it Al Roker Appreciation Day across the city. De Blasio presented Roker with a mayoral proclamation featuring a photograph of the home where Roker grew up in St. Albans, Queens. The show aired a retrospective on Roker’s life and career and had other surprises planned to mark the start of his seventh decade. Crystal to honor Williams birthdays Singer Kenny Rog- ers is 76. Actor Clarence Williams III is 75. Singer Harold Reid (The Statler Brothers) is 75. Singer Jack- ie DeShannon is 73. Actress Patty McCormack is 69. Actress Loretta Devine is 65. Sing- er Glenn Hughes is 62. Musician Nick Kane is 60. Actress Kim Cat- trall is 58. Actress Cleo King is 52. Actress Car- rie-Anne Moss is 44. Actress Alicia Witt is 39. Singer Kelis is 35. Singer Melissa Schuman is 30. Comedi- an Brooks Whee- lan (TV: “Saturday Night Live”) is 28. Actor Cody Kasch is 27. Singer Kacey Musgraves is 26. Actress Hayden Panettiere is 25. Actor RJ Mitte is 22. (AP) — ’Tis clearly the season for exceedingly attractive young adults in mortal peril. Just two months ago, we had the charming Shailene Woodley as a teen cancer patient, fighting for time while learning about life and love in “The Fault in Our Stars.” Last week, we had Aussie heart- throb Brenton Thwaites in “The Giver,” risking his life for the sake of truth and memory. And now we have the sweet Chloe Grace Moretz in “If I Stay,” spending the movie in a state of limbo between life and death, after a catastrophic accident shatters her comfy world. Like all successful YA novels brought to screen, “If I Stay,” based on the 2009 teen tearjerker by Gayle Forman , brings with it a ready- made audience. All the filmmakers need do is cast the most appeal- ing couple they can find and stay faithful to the story, and the kids should be happy. Moretz is beautiful to look at, and as her rocker boyfriend, Jamie Blackley is satisfyingly sensitive and hunky. today’s quiz Isaac Asimov’s Super Quiz Subject: WARS Identify the conflict that took place during the given time period. (e.g., 1939-1945. Answer: World War II.) FRESHMAN LEVEL (1 point): 1. 1950-1953 2. 1914-1918 3. 1959-1975 GRADUATE LEVEL (2 points): 4. 1861-1865 5. 1980-1988 6. 2003-2011 PH.D. LEVEL (3 points): 7. 1775-1783 8. 1812-1815 9. 1853-1856 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, August 21, the 233th day of 2014. There are 132 days left in the year. In 1831, Nat Turner led a vio- lent slave rebellion in Virgin- ia resulting in the deaths of at least 55 white people. He was later executed. In 1858, the first of seven debates between Illinois sena- torial contenders Abraham Lin- coln and Stephen Douglas took place. In 1944, the U.S., Britain, the USSR and China opened talks in Washington that helped pave the way for the United Nations . In 1991, the hard-line coup against Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev collapsed in the face of a popular uprising. side lines local sports Crystal ANSWERS: 1. Korean War; 2. World War I; 3. Vietnam War; 4. American Civil War; 5. Iran- Iraq War; 6. Iraq War; 7. Amer- ican Revolutionary War; 8. War of 1812; 9. Crimean War. today’s headlines national / world breakfast briefing All you need to know to start your day today’s weather Powerball: 4-8-21-38-40 (PB: 3) Mega Millions: 22-39-56-67-71 (Mega: 15) Hot Lotto: 17-25-27-34-38 (HB: 7) Wildcard: 13-20-31-32-33 (J of Diamonds) Pick 3: Aug. 20: 6-2-1; Aug. 19: 9-5-4; Aug. 18: 2-9-6; Aug. 17: 9-5-4 Moretz rescues ‘If I Stay’ Roker Picture emerges of officer in shooting A police officer whose shooting death of an unarmed 18-year-old ignited racial upheaval in a St. Louis suburb has been character- ized as either an aggressor whose deadly gunfire constituted a day- light execution or a law enforcer wrongly maligned for just doing his job. Story, Page A7 Slums barricaded over Ebola fears Riot police and soldiers acting on their president’s orders sealed off 50,000 people inside their Libe- rian slum Wednesday, trying to contain the Ebola outbreak. Story, Page A8 Late start for Longfellow Construction delays on the site surrounding the new Longfellow Elementary School have pushed back first day of school from Sept 2 to Sept. 9. All other Idaho Falls School District 91 schools will start as planned. Story, Page B1 Judgment against I.F. man District Judge Joel Tingey entered a judgment and permanent injunc- tion against Tony S. Sellers of Idaho Falls for violating Idaho’s Uniform Securities Act. The Aug. 4 udgment was announced Tuesday in an Idaho Department of Finance news release. Story, Page B1