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DAY PREP – 10/11/17 - Brought to you by D. L. Evans Bank, local Idaho-based community bank since 1904. Serving our communities  then, now and tomorrow.

The Black Label Parlor is hosting an open house and grand opening this Friday the 13th from 10 'til 5.  Drop by their location on Washington Street North for door prizes, raffles, food, refreshments and a chance to win free haircuts for a year!

Join Terry broadcasting live at Farmer’s Corner in Burley this Saturday from 11 ‘til 1.  Farmer’s Corner is celebrating 86 years of your continued support with customer appreciation day!  Get in for their famous luau pig – plus, ride the mechanical bull, win door prizes, shop the in store savings and let the kids blow off some steam in the bounce house!  The celebration in Saturday from 10 ‘til 2, and again Terry will be there broadcasting live from 11 ‘til 1 – and if you’re lucky, he’ll even hook you up with some Hot 100 schwag!  He’s loaded with new t-shirts, bumper stickers and chapstick!

The Cheer for Mia's Cause Senior Project Cheer Camp is this Saturday at Filer Intermediate School.  Check in is at 8 a.m. and the camp will be held from 8:30 'til 12:30.  Grades K through 8 are welcome, and at camp the kids will  rehearse a routine that will be performed at Filer High School next Friday, October 20th.  Entry fee is $15.  All proceeds go to benefit Mia Trease's fight against cancer. 

The Gooding Class of 1982 is helping with a benefit dinner and auction for Sherry Tschannen Fuqua to help her pay medical bills that her insurance wouldn’t pay for chemotherapy treatments. She recently underwent chemo to fight Liver Cancer which is her third battle with cancer. The dinner is this Saturday at the Gooding County Fairgrounds Commercial Building from 6:30 'til 11.

The Moose Lodge Craft Fair is this Saturday from 9 'til 5.  The Moose Lodge is located at 835 Falls Avenue in Twin.

The annual Jerome American Legion Auxiliary's Chili Feed Fundraiser is this Saturday as well at the corner of North Lincoln and 7th Avenue East in Jerome.  The event gets underway at 6p and features the chili dinner and a silent auction fundraiser.

And the Beltforce Fitness Strongman Competition is this Saturday in the parking lot of Gold’s Gym.   The event will benefit one of the Beltforce team member’s mothers who is battling breast cancer.  The morning will feature a competition to find out who the strongest man, woman, and child is with prizes in each category – plus a bounce house, a silent auction, a raffle, face painting, pumpkin painting and more.  The event runs from 9a ‘til noon this Saturday.


MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  Blade Runner 2049, The Mountain Between Us, My Little Pony: The Movie, American Made, Flatliners, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The Lego Ninjago Movie, Home Again, It & Despicable Me 3

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY): Blade Runner 2049, The Mountain Between Us, American Made, Kingsman: The Golden Circle & The Lego Ninjago Movie

MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM)Blade Runner 2049, Battle Of The Sexes, The Mountain Between Us, American Made, Kingsman: The Golden Circle & Wind River  

For showtimes and advance tickets, CLICK ON THE NAME OF THE THEATER ABOVE.



TODAY – The Script – Rockwell @ The Complex – Salt Lake

Friday, October 13th – Imagine Dragons @ Usana Amphitheatre – Salt Lake

Saturday, October 14th - Craig Morgan – Revolution Concert House – Garden CityouHous

Sunday, October 15th – Hanson – The Depot – Salt Lake

Sunday, October 15th – Allison Krauss & David Gray – Outlaw Field at the Idaho Botanical Gardens – Boise

Monday, October 16th – Janet Jackson – Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake



WEDNESDAY:  Partly Cloudy, WIndy & 57

THURSDAY:  Sunny & 52

FRIDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 49

SATURDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 49

SUNDAY:  Sunny & 56

MONDAY:  Sunny & 62




Question of the Day:  Before texting... before Facebook... before Snapchat... even before MySpace... there was AOL Instant Messenger.  It, ICQ, and MSN Messenger were the three big ones I can remember using.  AOL announced yesterday that it will shut down its Instant Messenger for good on December 15th.  Besides e-mail, what was the first instant messenger or social media network YOU used to connect with friends?  Do you still use it?  If not, do you still remember your screen name or number?  I remember that my ICQ number was 7701427, and that my AIM screen name was “DudeRancher” as I was in love with Blink 182’s “Dude Ranch” album when I first found it.  How about you?  (Broc) JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!



The Harvey Weinstein saga continues – and yesterday, I told you that shortly after The Weinstein Company fired co-founder Harvey on Sunday, stars started pouring out statements and distaste for the situation.  NOW, there’s A-listers accusing him of harassing them early on in their careers.  Gwyneth Paltrow said when she was 22, she was working with Weinstein on "Emma" - the role that took her from actress to star.  Before shooting began, Harvey summoned her to his suite at the Peninsula Beverly Hills hotel for a work meeting that began uneventfully, and ended with him placing his hands on her and suggesting they head to the bedroom for massages.  She refused his advances, and confided in Brad Pitt, her boyfriend at the time.  Mr. Pitt confronted Mr. Weinstein, and soon after, Weinstein warned her not to tell anyone else about his advances.  She said “I thought he was going to fire me."  Angelina Jolie said that during the release of “Playing by Heart” in the late 1990s, he made unwanted advances on her in a hotel room, which she rejected.  She said “I had a bad experience with Harvey Weinstein in my youth, and as a result, chose never to work with him again and warn others when they did."  And in the early 1990s, Mr. Weinstein asked Rosanna Arquette to stop by a hotel in Beverly Hills to pick up a script. “I’m not that girl,” she remembers telling him after he asked her for a massage.  Other actresses who have spoken out about alleged abuse by Weinstein include Dawn Dunning, Judith Godrèche, Katherine Kendall and Tomi-Ann Roberts just to name a few.

It's not just the women who are speaking out against Harvey Weinstein.  Matt Damon, who did several movies for and with Weinstein and his company, has broken his silence in the matter.  He said “We know this stuff goes on in the world,” Damon told Deadline. “I did five or six movies with Harvey. I never saw this. I think a lot of actors have come out and said, everybody’s saying we all knew. That’s not true. This type of predation happens behind closed door, and out of public view. If there was ever an event that I was at and Harvey was doing this kind of thing and I didn’t see it, then I am so deeply sorry, because I would have stopped it. And I will peel my eyes back now, [farther] than I ever have, to look for this type of behavior. Because we know that it happens. I feel horrible for these women and it’s wonderful they have this incredible courage and are standing up now.”  Weinstein helped launch Damon and Ben Affleck’s careers in the mid-1990s by championing and executive producing Good Will Hunting. Affleck has also condemned Weinstein, saying that he is “saddened and angry that a man who I worked with used his position of power to intimidate, [harass] and manipulate many women over decades.”

If you've been considering a subscription to Hulu, now might be the time to jump in head first.  As fall television season creeps up and its main competitor Netflix has raised its prices, Hulu is dropping the cost of its cheapest monthly subscription to $5.99.  The limited-time offer is available to new and returning customers, and only locks in the $5.99 price for the first year. After that, the price will jump back up to the normal $7.99 per month price for the subscription with advertisements. Those interested need to jump on the offer by January 9.