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Daily Weather Forecast For Pocatello

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Pocatello: Monday, August 2: Chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms then mostly cloudy overnight; Tuesday, August 3: Haze then patchy smoke during the day; while patchy smoke then mostly clear overnight; Wednesday,
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Police catch alleged trespasser with stolen wallet and money orders

POCATELLO — A Pocatello man allegedly caught by police in the act of trespassing has been linked to several other crimes. Brian Willard Bullock, 29, was charged with a variety of felonies and misdemeanors after officers allegedly found him in possession of a stolen ID card and stolen money orders.
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COVID-19 vaccine clinic to be held at Pocatello Art Walk

POCATELLO — Southeastern Idaho Public Health will be offering COVID-19 vaccinations between 5 to 7 p.m. at Main Steam Coffee during the Pocatello Art Walk on Friday. Getting your vaccination is a simple process and will only take 15-20 minutes. All you need to do is fill out your basic information, get your vaccine and wait 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine. Insurance information is not required, and the vaccine is completely free. The vaccine is available for those aged 12 and older. For those who are younger than 18, parental consent is required.
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Police say this man spit on officer, tried to take gun

POCATELLO — A local man has been charged with two felonies after he allegedly attacked a police officer. Jeremy Kyle Hughes, 26, is charged with attempted battery on an officer and attempting to remove a firearm from an officer, according to court documents. The attack occurred at 4 p.m. on...
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Eastern Idaho hospitals not requiring COVID vaccines for employees — yet

IDAHO FALLS — Vaccination rates in eastern and southeastern Idaho hospitals are higher than among the general population. But rates still aren’t as high as hospital leaders would like. Some hospital systems think requiring vaccinations as a condition of employment could convince the shot stragglers. In the Boise area, three...
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Pocatello Daily Weather Forecast

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Pocatello: Sunday, August 1: Showers And Thunderstorms Likely; Monday, August 2: Chance of showers and thunderstorms then showers and thunderstorms likely during the day; while chance of showers and thunderstorms then mostly cloudy overnight; Tuesday, August 3: Mostly sunny during
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Pocatello eliminates left turns at Flandro/East Quinn intersection

POCATELLO — The City of Pocatello has eliminated left turns at an intersection prone to accidents. Drivers are no longer allowed to turn left from Flandro Drive onto East Quinn Road or from Quinn to Flandro. The change went into effect on Wednesday. “The safety improvement was made because of...
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Another hard thing to buy: Recreational boats

If there’s one thing learned during this past year, it’s that people’s appetite for outdoor recreation has gone crazy. Outdoor products have flown out of shops and manufacturers can’t keep up. Another thing to add to the list of what’s hard to buy is boats, report eastern Idaho boat sellers...
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Pocatello Crafter's Market to kick off Passport to Downtown event Saturday

POCATELLO — To kick off its second year, the Crafter’s Market is hosting a Passport to Downtown event beginning Saturday.and lasting throughout the month. During the market this week at Station Square, 200 S. Main St., people can pick up a passport from vendors, DNH Studios or Crafted: Beverages. The passport contains “ports of call” — a collection of 10 retailers on Main Street in Historic Downtown Pocatello.
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Looking back: This week in eastern Idaho history

A “moonshine party” turned ugly this week in 1921, with one man charged with shooting and killing another in a field on the west side of the Snake River on July 28. According to the report in the Idaho Republican of Blackfoot, Elmer E. Dory, proprietor of the U.S. Feed Barn in Idaho Falls, and his employee, Roy Pernell, had gone to Blackfoot the previous evening to look at some ponies. On the return trip Thursday, they picked up a man named D. Saunders, and the three men managed to buy some liquor from an unidentified source. “They drove their car into the weeds a short distance from the road, where the shooting took place,” the newspaper report said. “Two boys heard the shot and saw a man throw a gun toward a canal. They rushed immediately to police headquarters and notified the officers, who rushed to the scene and placed the two men under arrest. A physician was called, but Dorey apparently died a few moments after being shot. According to Chief of Police Carlson, Pernell admits firing the shot, claiming that Dorey had made a remark about his wife.”
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