POCATELLO — On June 8, at approximately 8:53 a.m., a single vehicle fatality crash occurred on Batiste (Frontage) Road at the Portneuf River, west of Chubbuck.
A 1999 Ford Ranger, driven by Marc Tendoy, 22, of Fort Hall, was westbound on Batiste Road when he went off the left shoulder of the road, lost control and struck a tree on the bank of the Portneuf River according to an Idaho State Police report.
Tendoy and his two passengers Shantel Martinez, 21, of Pocatello and Gralund Osborne, 33, of Pocatello, had to be extricated from the vehicle. Tendoy succumbed to his injuries at the scene. Martinez and Osborne were transported by ground ambulance to Portneuf Medical Center. Osborne was later taken by air to Salt Lake City. Tendoy and Osborne were not wearing their seatbelts at the time of the crash, however Martinez was wearing her seatbelt. Notification of the next of kin was made.
FORT HALL — The Fort Hall Business Council is seeking applicants from qualified Tribal members who are interested in being considered for the vacant position in the Tribal Land Use Policy Commission.
The FHBC will appoint a Land Use Policy Commissioner to finish out the remaining one-year term of former Commissioner Ladd Edmo. All interested applicants need to submit a letter of interest that demonstrate their qualifications identified in the Land Use Policy Ordinance, along with a resume and copy of their Tribal Identification card. Must be 25 years of age and a reservation resident. Applicants will have 30 days to submit their paperwork to the Tribal Administrative Office with a deadline of July 13.
For more information contact the FHBC Secretary at 478-3768, or the Tribal Administrative Office at 478-3768/3801.