Both Lauren and David Hugo, the new managers at Warbirds Café in Driggs, love this time of year. Executive chef David’s face lights up when he talks about the local produce that comes available; the growing season is so truncated here that purveyors are only now offering their finest tomatoe…

Both Lauren and David Hugo, the new managers at Warbirds Café in Driggs, love this time of year. Executive chef David’s face lights up when he talks about the local produce that comes available; the growing season is so truncated here that purveyors are only now offering their finest tomatoe…

Lucky Dog Thrift Store is holding its grand opening this Friday from 4 to 7 p.m., but proprietor Bo Fothergill said he’s already received lots of donations from the community, particularly furniture, collectibles, and vintage clothing.

As a final hurrah before the resort closes for the summer, Grand Targhee is hosting its third annual Oktoberfest this weekend, an event that has already been named by Powder Magazine as one of the top five best Oktoberfests in the West.

The Idaho State Department of Agriculture’s Idaho Preferred® program is traveling the state during September—Idaho Preferred month— to promote local, seasonal produce. Events at local grocery stores are designed to increase awareness about Idaho agriculture and locally-grown products. The Id…

As proponents of lifelong learning and believers in the power of education, we have always supported the public schools here. In fact, my husband Peter and I timed our move to Teton Valley, in spring 1994, so we would be eligible to vote in a school bond election. Over the years, since we’re…

The cross-cultural community-gathering nights called “Noche Familiar” have been scheduled for the school year, according to English Language Learning Coordinator Doug Tedford of Teton School District #401. Nearly all of them will take place the second Wednesday of every month starting in Sep…

Teton Middle School will hold an Open House for all students on Thursday, August 30 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at the middle school. At that time, students will have a chance to meet their teachers, get their class schedules, and receive their locker assignments.

Parents of kids age 3-5 are encouraged to find out if their child is ready for kindergarten by scheduling an appointment during two upcoming days of Preschool Screening.