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Frankie's May 8, 2021 Forecast

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Frankie's May 8, 2021 Forecast
Frankie's May 8, 2021 Forecast

UNIVERSITY HELDTWOCOMMENCEMENTCEREMONIES TODAYTO HONOR THECLASS OF 2021.THIS YEAR MARKED ARECORD-SETTINGCLASS AS BSUHANDED OUT MORETHAN 3,600 DEGREESAND CERTIFICATESAND THEY ALSO HADA RECORDNUMBER OFSTUDENTS EARNTHEIR PH.D.S WITH 35IN TOTAL.THIS CLASS HAD TOENDURE THEPANDEMIC TO MAKEIT TO GRADUATIONBUT THEY TELL US ITWAS ALL WORTH ITTO CELEBRATE THEIRACCOMPLISHMENTSON THE BLUE ANDTHEY ALL HAVE THEIROWN UNIQUE STORY."I'M FIRST-GENERATION HIGHSCHOOL GRADFIRST-GENERATIONCOLLEGE GRAD ANDSO ONE GENERATIONAWAY FROM MYFATHER BEING AMIGRANT WORKER INSOUTHERN ARIZONAPICKING COTTONFOR THREE DOLLARSFOR A ONE HUNDREDPOUND BAG OFCOTTON I'M GETTINGMY DOCTORATE ANDHE IS THE ONEHOODING ME TODAYSO THIS IS A HUGEMOMENT FOR MYFAMILY I WENT ALLTHE WAY FOREVERYBODY IN MYFAMILY THATCOULDN'T."BOISE STATE ALSOHONORED THECLASS OF 2020 SOTHIS WEEKEND BSUGAVE OUT NEARLYFIVE THOUSANDDIPLOMAS AND MORETHAN 50 DOCTORATEDEGREES.MERIDIANHOMECOURT HELD AFREE ADMISSION DAYFOR FAMILIES TOENJOY SOME FREEGYM TIME TODAY.PEOPLE WEREPLAYING PICKLEBALLAND BASKETBALL ATHOMECOURT AND ITMARKED THECULMINATION OF THEMERIDIAN PARKS ANDRECREATIONUNPLUG AND BEOUTSIDE WEEK.THE PARKS AND RECDEPARTMENT PUTTHIS TOGETHER TOHELP GET PEOPLEACTIVE WHO HAVEBEEN ISOLATEDDURING THE PASTYEAR.THE UNPLUG AND BEOUTSIDE GUIDE ALSOOFFERS TIPS ONGOOD PLACES TOHIKE AND HOW TOENJOY OTHERACTIVITIES AND THATCAN BE FOUND ONTHE CITY OFMERIDIAN'S WEBSITE.AFTER BEINGFURLOUGHED FROMTWO JOBS AS ARESULT OF COVID... ALOCAL BAKER FOUNDA FRESH START WITHHER SOURDOUGHSTARTER.MEREDITH HODGESTARTED BAKINGBREAD IN 20-20...DOING POP-UPS OUTINFRONT OF HERKITCHEN ONWEEKENDS.WITH MORE ANDMORE CUSTOMERSSHOWING UP EVERYWEEKEND SHEREALIZED SHENEEDED A BIGGERSPACE... AND THANKSTO A NEW FRIENDTURNED BUSINESSPARTNER... SHESTARTED WILDPHYLLIS BAKERY."EVERYBODY'SPRETTY SURPRISEDAND HAPPY THATEVERYTHING ISFERMENTED SOURDOUGH.

SO, FROMTHE BREAD DOWN TOTHE COOKIE, DOWNTO THE CROISSANT,THE CRUFFIN, ANDITS REALLY FUN FEEDEVERYBODY AND SEESO MANY SMILINGFACES.WILD PHYLLIS'WEEKLY CHANGINGMENU CAN BETASTED IN HOUSE ORAT HOME WITHONLINE ORDERS.THE BAKERY IS OPENTHURSDAY THROUGHSATURDAY AND YOUCAN FIND MOREINFORMATION ABOUTTHE BAKERY ANDTHEIR MENU ON THEWILD PHYLLISWEBSITE.WHAT DO BIG MACS,LAMB CHOPS, ANDGRAPES ALL HAVE INCOMMON?SOUNDS LIKE THESTART OF A BADJOKE, BUT FORMINDY MAYER THIS ISNO JOKE.AS A MATTER OFFACT IT DEFINES ALIFE FULL OF UPSAND DOWNS.MINDY MAYERSURVIVED A PLANECRASH, BUT LOSTFIVE MEMBERS OFHER FAMILY.WHILE RECOVERINGFROM HER INJURIES,MINDY KNEW SHEHAD TO GO ON WITHLIFE."I THOUGHT, YOUKNOW WHAT I'M JUSTDARN LUCKY TO BEALIVE AND I BETTERAPPRECIATE IT ANDFIGURE OUT A NEWWAY TO MAKE NEWMEMORIES."OUR DON NELSONWILL HAVE MUCHMORE ON THISAMAZING STORY OFTRAGEDY TOTRIUMPH THISSUNDAY NIGHT INTHIS WEEK'S EDITIONOF "MY IDAHO".STILL AHEAD ONIDAHO NEWS 6... THEWORLD ISPREPAIRING FOR APOTENTIALLYDANGERIOUSNIGHT... ASASTRONOMERS TRYTO DISCERN WHEREAND WHEN DEBRISFROM A CHINESEROCKET WILL CRASH.AND COMING UPNEXT... AFTER ASHOOTING AT ARIGBY MIDDLESCHOOL ONTHURSDAY...MEMBERS OF THECOMMUNITY ARECOMMING TOGETHERTO SUPPORT THEVICTIMS. HOW THECOMMUNITY ISSTARTING TOHEAL...NEXT."IDAHO NEWS 6 AT5:30 CONTINUESNOW."THE COMMUNITY OFRIGBY... CONTINUESA PROCESS OFHEALING... AFTER ASHOOTING AT THELOCAL MIDDLESCHOOL ONTHURSDAY... LEFTTHREE PEOPLEINJURED.AS THEINVESTIGATIONCONTINUES...SCRIPPS REPORTERSPENCER JOSEPH...SHARES SOMEEMERGING STORIESOF HEROISM.RIGBY MIDDLESCHOOL WAS MUCHQUIETER FRIDAY.FACULTY MEMBERS.PARENTS.

ANDSTAFF CAME FORCOUNCILING OVERTHURSDAYS SCHOOLSHOOTING.THAT FIRST DAY ORSO PEOPLE WERESAYING 'HEY I'MOKAY' THEN THINGSSTART KINDAKICKING IN, THEREALIZATION OFWHAT THEY REALLYWENT THROUGHHAPPENED.

WE'LLTEND TO PROBABLYSEE THINGS A LITTLEBIT MORE DOWN THEROAD.CAMERON BAXTER ISA PART OF TULLERCOUNCILING INIDAHO FALLSTHEY ARE WORKINGWITH THOSE IN THECOMMUNITY ANDSTUDENTS AT THESCHOOLI MEAN THE SPIRITBETWEEN THESECOMMUNITIES ISTHEY TEND TO COMETOGETHER IN TIMELIKE THIS.AS RECOVERYCONTINUES... THEHEROICS OF TWOFACULTY MEMBERSIS ALSO COMING TOLIGHT.THE DISTRICTHAVEN'T IDENTIFIEDTHE TWO INVOLVEDBUT COMMUNITYMEMBERS HAVETHE CUSTODIANWHO WAS SHOT WASJIM WILSON.

SEENHERE IN THIS VIDEOFROM EAST IDAHONEWS.[CHEERING]HE IS A BELOVEDMEMBER OF THEFACULTY THAT HASBEEN WORKING ATTHE SCHOOL FORNEARLY 30 YEARS.KRISTA GNEIGHTINGIS AN 8TH GRADEMATH TEACHERFRIENDS AND FAMILYTELL US WAS THEONE TO DISARM THESTUDENT SAYINGTHAT SHE IS "A BORNMOTHER" ANDCALLING HER A"HERO"GNEIGHTINGHERSELF POSTED TOTHE COMMUNITYSAYING IN PART "MYHEART IS TOUCHEDBY ALL THEINCREDIBLEOUTPOURING OFLOVE I'VE RECEIVED.ADDING I LOVE MYSTUDENTS SO MUCH!IT IS WHY I TEACH!!"[SODAS BEINGPOURED]AND ITS THATSUPPORT AND LOVETHAT IS STARTING TOBE FELT ALL OVERTOWN.[SYNDEE DAHLKE,MANAGER OF PICKME UP SODA] --00:48:49;06 -00:48:55;19SOT: YESTERDAY WEGOT A CALL THAT WEWOULD BE DOINGTHIS FREE DRINKSTHING ANDEVERYTHING HIT USSO FASTPICK ME UP SODA ISOFFERING UP FREESODAS TO THECOMMUNITY[SYNDEE DAHLKE,MANAGER OF PICKME UP SODA] --00:49:17;00 -00:49:26;04WHERE WE CAN'TCONTROL MUCH OFTHE SITUATIONAROUND US WE CANCONTROL ONE THINGAND MAKING PEOPLEHAPPY AND TRY TOMAKE THEIR DAYS ALITTLE BETTER ANDTRULY GIVE THEM APICK ME UPTHEY DECIDED TOSTART COLLECTIONDONATIONS AS WELLFOR THOSEAFFECTED BY THESHOOTING.

ANDTHE COMMUNITYBLEW THEM AWAY.[SYNDEE DAHLKE,MANAGER OF PICKME UP SODA] --00:49:05;16 -00:49:09;50PEOPLE JUSTSTARTED THROWINGMONEY IN IT.

JUST$100'S 20'S 50'SIN LINE AT THE STORECHRISTY RINGEL ANDHER DAUGHTER.THAT GENEROSITYWAS ESPECIALLYIMPORTANT TO THEM[CHRISTY RINGEL,MOTHER OFSTUDENT IN MRS.GNEIGHTING'SCLASS] -- 00:00:14:59 -00:00:20:25MY DAUGHTER WASACTUALLY AT THESCHOOL YESTERDAYWITH THE SHOOTINGAND SHE WAS INTHAT CLASSROOMAND MRS GNIGHTINGWAS HER TEACHERWITH HERDAUGHTERS FIRSTHAND EXPERIENCE.ITS EMOTIONAL FORTHIS FAMILY ANDEVERYONE IN THETOWN TO SEE SOMANY SHOWS OFSUPPORT[CHRISTY RINGEL,MOTHER OFSTUDENT IN MRS.GNEIGHTING'SCLASS] -- 00:00:49:48 -00:00:54:35THE SUPPORTMEANS A LOT.

ITMEANS A LOT THESEKIDS NEED THESUPPORT[SYNDEE DAHLKE,MANAGER OF PICKME UP SODA] ---00:50:22;11 -00:50:28;50WE'VE HAD D D ANYPEOPLE JUST COMEUP TO THE WINDOWAND CRY.

I KNOWITS SOMETHINGSMALL.

JUST ADRINK BUT IT REALLYDOES BRIGHTEN UPPEOPLES DAY[SODAS][SYNDEE DAHLKE,MANAGER OF PICKME UP SODA] ---00:50:08;58 --00:50:11;10THEY REALLY CAREGENUINELY FOREACH OTHER.[SEE YA!]INVESTIGATORS SAYTHEY ARE STILLLOOKING INTO THEFACTS OF THIS CASEAND HAVE NOT COMEOUT WITH ANYFURTHER DETAILS ASTHEY ARE STILLINVESTIGATING.IN RIGBY, IDAHOSPENCER JOSEPH,FOX 13 NEWS.THE CHALLENGEDATHLETESFOUNDATIONTHROUGH APARTNERSHIP WITHGRIT HAVEDISCOVERED A WAYTO HELP CHILDRENWITH DISABILITIES BEMORE ACTIVE ANDINDEPENDENT.THREE KIDS INIDAHO RECEIVED ANEW GRIT FREEDOMCHAIR AN OFF-ROADMOUNTAIN BIKE THATTWO MECHANICALENGINEERS FROM M-I-T DESIGNED FORCHILDREN WITH THEHELP OF THECHALLENGEDATHLETESFOUNDATION.BACK IN JANUARY ANIDAHO BOY GOT THEFIRST CHAIRDESIGNED FOR KIDSAND NOW CLARALONGORIA HAS THEGRIT FREEDOMCHAIR THAT SHE CANUSE TO EXPLORETHE TRAILS WITHHER FAMILY."I'M REALLYTHANKFUL FOREVERYONE GIVINGME THIS CHAIR, YOUARE REALLYTHANKFUL FOR IT?YEAH I'M REALLYTHANKFUL TOEVERYBODY."COMING UPTOMORROW WE WILLHAVE MORE ON THEGRIT WHEELCHAIR...THE CHALLENGEDATHLETESFOUNDATION ANDHOW THIS CHAIRWILL BE A GAMECHANGER FOR THELONGORIA FAMILY.MY IDAHO NEWS 6FORECAST ISCOMING UP NEXT."IDAHO NEWS 6FORECAST"THIS YEARS FIRESEASON ISN'TLOOKING GOOD --MORE THAN THREEQUARTERS OF THEWESTERN U-S ISEXPERIENCING ADROUGHT... ANDABOUT TWENTYPERCENT IS UNDEREXTREME DROUGHTCONDITIONS.NIFC SAYS THE LACKOF RAIN AND SNOWTHE LAST FEWMONTHS HAS SETTHE STAGE FOR ADANGERIOUS FIRESEASON.LAST YEAR..

WE SAWSOME OF THE WORSTFIRES THE PACIFICNORTH WEST HASEVER SEEN -- WITHCALIFORNIA,OREGON ANDWASHINGTON ALLHAVING RECORDBREAKING FIRES...THIS SEASON IS NOTLOOKING MUCHBETTER.IN ORDER FORIDAHO TO MAKE ITTHROUGH THE YEARIN ONE PIECE WE ALLNEED TO DO OURPART.HERE IS A LOOK ATTHE WEATHER WEARE EXPERIENCINGIN THE VALLEY...ACROSS THE STATEAND AROUND THENORTHWEST.THE SATELLITEPICTURE SHOWSHOW THE CLOUDSAND STORMS AREMOVING ACROSS THEREGION.THIS IS MY IDAHONEWS SIX FORECASTFOR TOMORROWFOR FOR MUCH OFSOUTHERN ANDCENTRAL IDAHOSHOWING THE SKYCONDITION I EXPECTAS WELL AS THE HIGHAND LOWTEMPERATURES.MY EXTENDEDFORECAST SHOWSTHOSE SAME SKYAND TEMPERATURECONDITIONS FORTHE NEXT WEEK.THE IDAHO

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