At the age of 19 Bernard A. Brooks from Lisbon, Michigan, enlisted as a trumpeter in St. Louis on October 25th, 1875. To do so he required the consent of his parents Joseph Brooks and Olive M. Brooks of the Township of Sparta, County of Kent, State of Michigan, since he was just 19 years old…

As a child growing up near Chicago, Ill., Frank Stees enjoying aircraft and building models and dreamed of becoming a pilot.

Three years ago, a Korean veteran’s dying wish to have his wheelchair given to someone in need led to the formation of a program that has donated hundreds of chairs to veterans and their family members.

Death of Civil War Veteran … Word was received Saturday of the passing away of Francis M. Kendrick, who for the past two months has been a patient in a hospital at Salt Lake City. Mrs. F. M Kendrick, Mrs. Sophia Smith, a daughter, Mrs. John Hayes Jr., a daughter and her husband and a son, Os…

We live in the greatest country in the world, and yet there are some who refuse to stand when the National Anthem is played, or our flag is displayed, or when we say the Pledge of Allegiance. They say they are doing it to protest injustices and other wrongs. Injustices and wrongs have been a…

Those who made sacrifices for the United States of America will be teaching younger generations about the value of patriotism and the history of their freedoms this Veterans Day.

Two Dubois visitors for the evening at a former Clark County picnic some 8 years ago were Art Stevens, former WWII Veteran, and Jeffrey Forrey, both now of Salt Lake City, were in the area visiting Art’s friends and family. Art grew up in Clark County and was raised mainly in the Spencer are…

I, Horace Delbert Frederiksen, was born in Kilgore, Idaho on the Frederiksen ranch August 31, 1924, to Hans Edward and Leah Virginia McGovern Frederiksen.

Menan Mayor Tad Haight and his wife Jolyn recently returned from a three week vacation to Australia, a trip which he says was the most fun he has had in decades.

(METRO)–Students may need some time to adjust at the beginning of a new school year. Summer vacations typically lack the structure of the school year, and it might be unfair to expect kids to seamlessly slip back into their more regimented lives as students.

(METRO)–Mornings can test the patience and stamina of busy families as adults and children hurry to get out the door on time. Starting off the morning already stressed can lead to feeling tense throughout the rest of the day.

(METRO)–Although there are a variety of theories behind the growing obesity problem plaguing North American adults and children, the most consistent findings point to caloric intake as the culprit. Here’s a simple equation to get to the root of the problem:

(METRO)–Being the new kid in school can be a tall order for youngsters. Children who change schools may face a host of challenges that studies suggest can affect both their social and academic development.

Celebrating the 80th anniversary of the St. Anthony Lions Club included Dist. Gov. Joyce Saunders and Bob Saunders, of Star Valley, Wyo. and incoming Dist. Gov. Greg Torgesen, of Soda Springs. Other attending members included and Bonnie Stoddard and Lisa Clements, of the Dubois Lions Club. T…

It has never been questioned whose name belongs above classroom no. 7 at West Jefferson High School. Adorned by student artwork and a picture of Einstein, for 32 years that doorway has been the beginning for many incoming freshmen as they began their high school careers. For many students, C…

Like many others Tyler Longhurst turned to music to help him through difficult times during his life, but unlike many others, he actually had the opportunity to perform and talk with several of his favorite music artists.

A crowd listens to a pilot tell the history of the U.S. air mail system during Dubois Airport’s celebration of the U.S. air mail’s centennial May 19.

Lions Club members Gale Ferguson and Ena Merrill present second place to fourth grader Cambria Norman from Farnsworth Elementary. This year’s theme was “What Can I Contribute to the Future of Peace?”

Mateya Mobley, a junior at Rigby High School, takes first in shot put throwing 40 feet, 1 inch and discuss 105 feet, 8 inches. She is the daughter of Tracy and Tamara Mobley. She is currently undefeated this year in shot put.

Children participate in the Spanish Immersion Parade that was held April 21.

Contestants from the Rigby Distinguished Young Women stand together with their awards April 14. Left to right: Emma Shippen, second runner up; Emma Taylor, Spirit of DYW; Kyla Campbell, Rigby Distinguished Young Woman 2019; Abby Kinghorn, first runner up; Brianna Holbrook, third runner up.

Contestants from the Ririe Distinguished Young Women stand together with their awards. Left to right: Kate Miller, third runner up; Lily Burns, Be Your Best Self; Autumn Landon, fourth runner up and Be Your Best Self; Abby Lewis, DYWR 2018-19, Spirit of DYW, Scholastic, and Be Your Best Self…

Children from the Ririe community participate in the city’s Easter Egg Hunt on March 31.

The Rigby Lions Club hit their 90 year-mark earlier last month and will recognize this most recent milestone with a celebration on June 2.

Jeri Lee shows teacher Connie Ferguson and fourth-grade students at Ririe Elementary School how pioneers made bricks from clay. Representatives from the Jefferson County camps of Daughters of Utah Pioneers have been visiting local elementary schools to demonstrate pioneer activities. The wom…

While eyes are glued to the Olympics and on Rigby’s Jessika Jenson, a 13-year-old gymnast is training hard to achieve her own Olympic dream.

The fourth-grade students at Farnsworth Elementary School spent their Valentine’s Day serving others by making fleece blankets for children at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.

Bonnie Bond Stoddard is retiring from her 60-year-plus career as a newspaper correspondent covering Clark County in order to record the county’s history in a book.

Rigby Olympic snowboarder Jessika Jenson competed in her fifth and final Olympic qualifier event last weekend and is “95 percent sure” that she will secure the fourth spot to go to Pyeongchang, South Korea, next month.

In her final moments serving as Miss Rodeo Idaho, Hunter Rackham took 2nd runner up in the Miss Rodeo America pageant in Las Vegas on Dec. 11.

Students with Jefferson County ties, enjoyed the opportunity of performing Nov. 25 with nationally acclaimed pianist, composer, entertainer, and speaker Jason Lyle Black, for Black’s Christmas Concert in Rexburg.

Alan Padigimus, right, and Clive Wilde, second to right, receive a gift of appreciation for their service from Pariz Alvarez, middle, and Jesus Ibarra, left, at the Roberts Elementary Veterans Day Assembly on Nov. 7.

Reed Nord, of Rigby, was surprised when he was inducted into the Idaho Association of Professional Auctioneers Hall of Fame on Oct. 8 at the Northwest Auctioneer Convention in Boise.