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The fire that destroyed the B and L Meats building inBuhl last week was started by a malfunctioning motor to the smoker.  That’s the official word from the Idaho State Fire Marshal.  The blaze caused about $400-thousand dollars damage. 

The Gooding County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help after the report of a possible child enticement over the weekend.  It was reported that a 10-year old girl was walking near Wendell Elementary school about 1:45 pm Sunday when a 4 door gray or silver car with a tinted back window pulled up and the man driving told the girl to get in.  The child ran away.

Authorities say three people died during a plane crash in a remote area of the Owyhee Mountains.  The plane went down between Reynolds Creek and Silver City in the Owyhee Mountains Sunday morning.

Authorities say Nampa police officers shot and killed a man while responding to a report of a person threatening to harm themselves.  Nampa police say officers found a man at the scene Saturday night armed with a deadly weapon.  They did not say whether the weapon was a gun, or if the man fired at officers.  The man died at the scene. 

The tragic death of a Murtaugh High School senior has shaken the community.  On Oct. 5, Hansen Jr/ Sr. High School will donate all the proceeds from their football game against Murtaugh to the family of 18 year old Monsoradt Orozco who passed away in a vehicle accident on Sept. 27 south of Murtaugh.  The Murtaugh School District paid their respects by having the senior class release balloons and the words "Fly High Mo" displayed around the field.

Nearly 100 environmental groups are opposing the use of cyanide capsules in surrounding states to Idaho to control predators like coyotes and foxes.  They say the capsules are ineffective and dangerous to humans, pets and other animals that are not being targeted.  Federal wildlife managers say the devices are critical to controlling predators that attack livestock.

In local sports, Khalid Thomas a CSI golden eagles forward announced next fall he will be going to Texas Tech.  He spent the past weekend on an official visit.

For three weeks now, two CSI Volleyball players are SWAC athletes of the week.  Airi Miyabe is the Offensive player of the week and Kylie Baumert picked up the defensive honors.

In girls’ soccer, the community school outlasted Filer 9 to 0.  It was Wendell over Bliss 9 to 0 and Gooding 1 Declo 1 and it was Kimberly outlasting Buhl 13 to 3.

In boys soccer, Community School 2 Filer 1.  Bliss 7 Wendell 0 and Buhl 9 Kimberly 0.

In volleyball action Hansen over Oakley 3 to 1 and it was Twin Falls Christian Academy 3 Community School 0.


Today:  Chance of showers.  Winds: SW 5-10 mph.  High: 75 (Mountains: 67)

Tonight:  Cloudy. Low 51F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.

Tomorrow:  Chance of Showers. High around 68F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.

TOMORROW NIGHT: Chance of showers.

Winds: SE 5-10 mph.

Low: 48 (Mountains: 43)

THURSDAY: Showers.

High: 62 (Mountains: 57)

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy.

High: 60 (Mountains: 54)

SATURDAY: Chance of showers.

High: 55 (Mountains: 51)

SUNDAY: Chance of showers.

High: 56 (Mountains: 54)

MONDAY: Chance of showers.

High: 55 (Mountains: 51)

October 2nd: On this day


Born on this day in Biloxi, Mississippi, was Chris Ledoux, singer-songwriter, bronze sculptor and rodeo champion. During his career LeDoux recorded 36 albums (many self-released) which have sold more than six million copies in the US. Ledoux was nominated for a Grammy Award and the Academy of Country Music Music Pioneer Award. He died on March 9, 2005


Elvis Presley made his one and only appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. Although the audience reacted politely to his revolutionary brand of rockabilly music, he was supposedly told by Opry manager Jim Denny to "go back to driving a truck in Memphis."


Born on this day in New York City, was singer-songwriter Gillian Welch, who performed on two songs of the O Brother, Where Art Thou? Soundtrack.


Lynn Anderson was at #1 on the country music album chart with You're My Man, Anderson's fourth studio album. The record was a #1 hit on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for seven weeks, Anderson's third (and to date, last) #1 on the chart. Produced by Anderson's husband Glenn Sutton, the title song was Anderson's second #1 record.


Special guests on this week's syndicated US music television series The Glen Campbell Music Show included blind singer Terri Gibbs who performed her hit "Somebody's Knockin'" and then with Glen Campbell played "Don't Pull Your Love/Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye", "Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me)", "On the Wings of My Victory" and "Galveston/Country Boy" (medley).


Gene Autry, who gained fame as The Singing Cowboy died three days after his 91st birthday at his home in Studio City, California.


Farm Aid 2010: 25th Anniversary benefit concert took place at the Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Held to raise money for family farmers in the US, the concerts were organized by Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp and Neil Young. Artists who appeared included: Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Neil Young, Jeff Tweedy, Kenny Chesney, Jason Mraz, Norah Jones, Band of Horses, Amos Lee, Robert Francis, and The BoDeans.


Darius Rucker was invited to became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. The way he found out was a bit unorthodox. After playing a set at the Opry, Darius answered a few questions from the audience. The person asking the final question, though, turned out to be Brad Paisley, who asked two questions: “Are you still the worst poker player in the world?” And then, “Would you like to be the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry?”