Debate team and coach receive regional accolades
Fall River Rural Electric Cooperative is once again offering scholarships to local area high school graduating seniors whose parents or guardians are members of Fall River Electric. A “member” is anyone who receives electric service from Fall River, whether at a permanent residence, a vacati…
This fall’s Community Foundation of Teton Valley Youth Philanthropy grant cycle was the most competitive yet, with 22 applications requesting a total of almost $20,000, but there was one application that the Teton High seniors immediately agreed to fund: Immigrant Hope-Wyoming/Idaho’s Deferr…
Tension over establishing a new class at the high school broke at last week’s school board meeting when members of the Teton High School English Department reminded school administration that they indeed have enough experience to craft English curriculum for a new course and wondered why the…
School board members questioned principal Samuel Zogg’s newly implemented Advocacy class and the revised senior project at last Monday’s meeting.
Are you someone who understands and can explain Algebra to a student in need? Do you have time during the school day to share your knowledge and help students who might be struggling with these subjects? If so, Teton High School and Teton Middle School students could use your expertise.
To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, both the Valley of the Tetons Library and the Alta Branch Library are hosting a series of events, including a short documentary made by a local student.
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- Libraries hold Native American culture and history events
- New Driggs MakerSpace opens in November
- School district manages poor water quality report
- Boxes of books
- Victor partially waives school building fees
- Get On the Bus! Ride and Dine….
- Getting the hook-up
- Jensen steps down from school board to avoid conflict of interest
- Afterschool program en route to becoming new nonprofit
- Noche Familiar to celebrate the culture of many nations
- School construction costs over budget by 13 percent
- Teton Middle School braces for low performing marks
- Online school a new frontier in education
- Summer food program dishing up good eats
- Polishing a gem
- Three local students graduate from Virtual Academy
- Board anticipates approving school designs
- A school for the gifted
- Driggs Elementary School principal new Rockland, Idaho superintendent
- School is in for the summer
- Teton High School assembly available online
- Teton High School assembly takes shape
- Middle school teacher named new RUES principal
- School board favors hiring three and half speech therapy positions
- Robotics team powers up
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There were 300 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between May 31 and June 6. Deputies performed 86 traffic stops, 39 security checks of local businesses, and four public assists. Residents called in 43 controlled burns. There were four accidents and zero DUIs.
There were 424 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between May 24 and May 30. Deputies performed 203 traffic stops, 47 security checks of local businesses, and four public assists. Residents called in 47 controlled burns. There was one accident and one DUI.
There were 343 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between May 17 and May 23. Deputies performed 109 traffic stops, 54 security checks of local businesses, and ten public assists. Residents called in 59 controlled burns. There was one accident and one DUI.
There were 295 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between May 10 and May 16. Deputies performed 55 traffic stops and 53 security checks of local businesses. Residents called in 49 controlled burns. There were three accidents and three DUIs.
There were 327 calls for service reported to the Teton County, Idaho Sheriff’s Office between May 3 and May 9. Deputies performed 69 traffic stops, 52 security checks of local businesses, and five public assists. Residents called in 57 controlled burns. There were five accidents and one DUI.