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Free dental care for kids at Give Kids a Smile 2018

Tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease found in children: it is 5 times more common than asthma and 7 times more common than hayfever. The social impact of oral diseases in children is substantial. More than 51 million school hours are lost each year to dental-related illness. Poor

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 18:10:00

Car hits and kills cow near Pocatello

POCATELLO, Idaho (AP) - Authorities say a cow was struck and killed by a Ford sedan south of Pocatello. The Idaho State Journal reports the cow was loose on Interstate 15 when the collision occurred late Sunday. The car sustained heavy damage, but nobody inside was hurt. The cow had been seen roami

KMVT - 2018-01-16 01:54:00

Sixth-grader sells pizza by the slice at Pocatello Valley Montessori School

Buy Now From left, Nic Buck, 10, Jensyn Morgan, 11, Iris Baxter, 11, and Alex Woodford, 11, work on selling pizza slices at the Pocatello Valley Montessori School at lunchtime. Alex, who came up with the idea of selling pizza at school, said the profits from his pizza project will be used to pay for

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 22:08:00

On revamping local school system boundaries

The Gate City or the Portneuf Valley has a great history. Over the years it has bled, Red and Blue with Poky Pride, while some bleed Red and Black with Highland Tradition. As in all things in life, change and growth occur, uncertainty is introduced and now for not quite 20 years Century students and

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 21:02:00

Unexplained death of Lawrence McClellon

The very fact that the Bannock County Sheriff's Dept appears to be dragging its feet on the release of the circumstances of the 'death-by-cop' of an elderly Pocatello man in his own home more than three weeks ago inevitably raises suspicion of a cover-up. Most people feel that there is no possible j

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 18:27:00

ISU King Jr. march, 'Only Love Can Do That' program draws large crowd

POCATELLO - It was standing-room only in the Marshall Rotunda at the Stephens Performing Arts Center on Monday after the Idaho State University Martin Luther King Jr. March in Pocatello. With the event theme, "Only Love Can Do That: The Transformative Power of Love in Pursuit of Social Justice," peo

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 00:40:00

Cow wanders onto Interstate 15 and gets hit by car near Pocatello

A cow that wandered onto Interstate 15 near Pocatello Sunday night died after being struck by a car.Stock Image POCATELLO - A cow that was loose on Interstate 15 was struck by a car and died late Sunday night south of Pocatello. No one in the Ford sedan was injured during the collision but the car s

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL - 2018-01-15 06:02:00

Pocatello police officer buys homeless man shoes, bus ticket

POCATELLO - A Pocatello police officer recently went above and beyond the call of duty to help a homeless man in need. The Thursday after Christmas, officer Kenny McClure spent most of the afternoon completing a few welfare-checks on a group of transients sleeping outside when a call came through ab

IDAHO STATE JOURNAL

South Lebanon man charged after neighbors respond to yells for help coming from residence

Meeting Tuesday to discuss future of Coleman Memorial Park swimming pool, Lebanon mayor Sherry Capello and members of the Lebanon City Council are seeking input. S. Annville man's drug-sniffing dog helps addicts make good choices. Wochit A South Lebanon Township man is accused of slapping and stran

DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 16:16:16

Two historic South Lebanon fire companies merge, claim no change to service

Two historic South Lebanon fire companies have officially merged into one company. Hebron Hose Co. No. 1 and Citizens Fire Co. of Avon, both established in 1905, officially merged Friday to become the South Lebanon Fire Co. No. 1. The idea for the merger began after a water pipe broke at the Avon fi

DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 11:30:03

Pennsylvania says flu cases have increased 'sharply'

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) - The Pennsylvania Department of Health says information from hospital emergency rooms medical providers indicate that flu activity has increased sharply from past weeks. More than 17,000 people in the state have been sickened by flu since the beginning of October. Fourteen fl

ABC27.COM - 2018-01-16 22:23:56

Cranford High School Model United Nations Finds Success at Annual Conference

HERSHEY, PA - The Cranford High School Model United Nations (MUN) team, comprised of 100 students and seven teachers, brought home four awards and additional honors at the Annual MUN Conference in early January. MUN, run through the YMCA, is one of the largest and most active clubs at CHS. Students

TAPINTO.NET - 2018-01-16 22:00:00

Penn State adds new Life Lion helicopter to its fleet

HERSHEY - Penn State Health Life Lion Critical Care Transport has a new helicopter in its fleet - the largest medical helicopter in the state. The Airbus H155 is one of three helicopters owned by Penn State Health. The dual engine aircraft has a large interior cabin, which allows fore more crew memb

FOX43.COM - 2018-01-16 19:02:58

Photos: Lebanon County endures Winter Weather Advisory

Buy Photo Eric Miller and Brandon Gubler cleared the ice on the canal at Union Canal Park to practice hockey. Lebanon County continues to be under a Winter Weather Advisory as residents shovel out Tuesdays accumulation. Snow was predicted to build to 3-5 inches through Wednesday at 1 p.m. Michael

DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 20:54:32

Power tools possible cause of fire that displaced city family, caused $80,000 in damage

Meeting Tuesday to discuss future of Coleman Memorial Park swimming pool, Lebanon mayor Sherry Capello and members of the Lebanon City Council are seeking input. S. Annville man's drug-sniffing dog helps addicts make good choices. Wochit Power tools may be the cause of a fire that caused an estimat

DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 18:31:57

Dogs hired to frighten geese at Lion's Lake

Meeting Tuesday to discuss future of Coleman Memorial Park swimming pool, Lebanon mayor Sherry Capello and members of the Lebanon City Council are seeking input. S. Annville man's drug-sniffing dog helps addicts make good choices. Wochit North Lebanon Township has had enough with goose droppings at

DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-16 16:31:10

Police: Man allegedly shoots mother-in-law before shooting himself at Glendale home

GLENDALE, AZ - Police say a man allegedly shot and killed his mother-in-law in Glendale Friday afternoon before turning the gun on himself. Glendale Police responded to a home near 51st and Peoria avenues around 3:30 p.m. after a woman called 911 to report that 59-year-old Ricky Bailey shot 85-year-

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Man gets favorite comics stolen at Ace Comic Con in Glendale

A man is devastated after his collection of comics were stolen at Ace Comic Con in Glendale on Saturday. Charles Baca said he had brought a bag of comics to the convention because he wanted some of them signed by Stan Lee. While he was on the floor of the Gila River Arena at one of the vendors, he s

AZFAMILY - 2018-01-15 08:04:00

Glendale Police investigating Friday's double shooting as murder-suicide

GLENDALE, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Glendale Police said Sunday they are investigating the deadly double shooting that happened on Friday as a murder-suicide. In a statement released Sunday, Glendale Police identified the two people involved as 59-year-old Ricky L. Bailey, and 85-year-old Pearl Mary Merenyi. A

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Glendale PD: Double shooting was murder-suicide

Go inside the Phoenix Fire Department 911 call center to learn about what's going on when you call 911 in the Phoenix metro area. Hannah Gaber/azcentral.com Investigators believe the double shooting that occurred in a Glendale home Friday was a murder-suicide, police said Sunday. Glendale official

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