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DAY PREP – 09/22/17 - Brought to you by D. L. Evans Bank, local Idaho-based community bank since 1904. Serving our communities  then, now and tomorrow.

The Hot 100 FM Bleed For The Need is today.  Millions have been affected by Hurricane Irma and Harvey, and this is your chance to DO something to help these people out.  Now ‘til noon, we’ll be taking donations for requests.  Make a donation of five bucks or more through our special link on the front page at Hot100Now.com and we’ll play whatever song you want to hear - assuming we have it and it fits the format, of course.  Then, from noon ‘til six, join us at Canyon Crest for the Bleed For The Need Blood Drive.  If you’re donating blood, schedule your appointment by clicking the Bleed For The Need banner at hot100now.com or simply stop in as walk-ins are welcome – and if you’re donating cash, simply drop by Canyon Crest today from noon ‘til six.  All donations throughout the day will go to the American Red Cross, who is mobilizing in regions affected by the hurricanes and providing shelter, healthcare, and support to those in need.

This weekend, it’s the 25th Annual Thousand Springs Festival of the Arts on Ritter Island near Hagerman.  More than 90 artists will line the park, with exciting new work coming in from out of state as well as many old favorites. A number of interesting history and informational booths along with artisan demonstrators will be on hand! Relax in the beer and wine garden while listening to some great tunes – plus enjoy scenic waterfalls, canoe rides and a ride aboard a horse or mule drawn wagon.  Cost is six bucks for adults, five bucks for seniors, and three bucks for kids 12 and under.  The festival runs tomorrow from 10 ‘til 6 and Sunday from 10 ‘til 5.

The Gooding Airport is having a Fly-in and Breakfast tomorrow morning at the Gooding Airport from 7 ‘til 10.  The Pancake Breakfast costs $6.00.  The event will feature Static Airplane Displays, St Luke's Helicopter, Airplane rides available for purchase, reduced fuel prices for pilots, and more!  Bring the family and come share in the enthusiasm of Aviation at the Gooding Airport


MAGIC VALLEY CINEMA 13 (MAGIC VALLEY MALL):  Friend Request (Unfriend), Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The Lego Ninjago Movie, American Assassin, mother!, Home Again, It & Despicable Me 3

CENTURY STADIUM 5 (BURLEY): Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The Lego Ninjago Movie, Home Again, American Assassin and IT.

BURLEY THEATER:  War For The Planet Of The Apes

MAGIC LANTERN THEATERS (KETCHUM)The 28th Annual Film Festival continues this weekend at the Magic Lantern Theater.  There’s a TON of great movies showing along with the festival.  For a full list, CLICK HERE.  You can also catch Kingsman: The Golden Circle, The Lego Ninjago Movie, Home Again, Wind River, IT and The Hero.

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



FRIDAY:  Cloudy & 54

FRIDAY NIGHT:  Cloudy & 36 – NOTE that we’re only a few degrees from freezing tonight and tomorrow night!

SATURDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 57

SUNDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 60

MONDAY:  Sunny & 63

TUESDAY:  Partly Cloudy & 65



Question of the Day: My wife and I are always at an impasse when it comes to how to spend the weekend. I work out of the home all week, and usually just want to sit at home and lay low - meanwhile, she's spent the week in the house keeping our son alive and entertained and taking care of the house. Today's question:  If you get everything your way tomorrow, what would make the PERFECT Saturday this weekend?  At home on the couch watching a movie with the fam in your undies?  Hitting the town and finding a big social gathering like the Thousand Springs Festival? Headed to a backyard party at a friend's house? For me, it's the obvious... at home on the couch watching a movie with the fam – secluded, curtains closed and in my undies, of course. How about you? (Broc) JOIN THE CONVERSATION ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE!




Tests conducted on the brain of the late former football star Aaron Hernandez showed severe signs of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and his attorney said yesterday that the player's daughter is suing the NFL and the New England Patriots for leading Hernandez to believe the sport was safe.  In a news conference at his offices, Hernandez's attorney Jose Baez said the testing showed that Hernandez had one of the most severe cases of CTE ever diagnosed of a person of his age.  The $20 million lawsuit filed in federal court in Boston yesterday claims that the team and league deprived Avielle Hernandez of the companionship of her father.  CTE can only be diagnosed in an autopsy. A recent study found evidence of the disease in 110 of 111 former NFL players whose brains were examined.  Hernandez was serving a life-without-parole sentence for a 2013 murder when he took his own life earlier this year.

American Made star Sarah Wright Olsen is opening up to PEOPLE magazine about the plane crash that killed two stuntmen on the set of the Tom Cruise movie.  Although the actress had left the movie’s Columbia set by the time the fatal accident happened, Olsen says she had first-hand experience with how seriously production took safety into consideration.  She said "They were incredible about safety from everything that I saw.  I actually flew with Tom in the movie and he’s an incredible pilot. They also checked things a thousand times over before we ever got in there.”  The families of the two men who died following the crash now claim Cruise is partially to blame for the fatal accident, claiming that Cruise and director Doug Liman’s desire to film a “high-risk, action-packed motion picture” contributed to the circumstances that led to the accident.  American Made tells the story of Barry Seal, the real-life American pilot who smuggled drugs for Pablo Escobar and his cartel.  It hits theaters next Friday.

20-year-old A.J. Apa, the star of CW's Riverdale, was involved in a late-night car crash last week after a grueling 16-hour work day outside Vancouver, Canada. The crash has ignited a firestorm of protest on the Riverdale set, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The show routinely requires shoots that last until the early morning hours, and the cast and crew are not provided transportation to and from the set. Yesterday, Warner Bros. denied any claim that Apa worked a 16-hour work day and that it could have caused his accident.  In a statement, a rep for Warner Bros. said "The safety of the cast and crew on all of our productions is of paramount importance to the Studio.  Productions adhere to the Screen Actors Guild–mandated turnaround time of 12 hours from wrap time to next day call time for cast members. In accordance with industry standard policy, if any cast or crew member feels tired or unsafe at any time after working, the Studio will provide a taxi, a driver or a hotel room upon request."  A call between representatives for the actors and Warner Bros. executives is set to take place today to discuss the issue.