MUD LAKE—Terreton PTO served 240 meals in their “Cattle Drive Thru Dinner” last week. Dwight Richins, the District Superintendent bought the remaining meals the next day for the district employees. “We live in such a nice and generous community,” said Shay Williams, PTO President. Donations …

MENAN—The Menan 1st Activity Day Girls are meeting Oct. 17 at 5 p.m. at the Menan red brick church.

ROBERTS—The Roberts Lions Club has been a part of our community for over 60 years, and recently a huge project has been completed! The Mustang Center now proudly boasts a walking/bike path around the field! The Lions Club has worked really hard on this project, as well as many others through…

GARFIELD—Emma Wilcox from California and Mykala Killman from Kansas are now serving in the Rigby South Stake.

LEWISVILLE—Our deepest sympathies to Greg and Laura Hayes and family, at the passing of their son, Terry R. Hayes, 41, of Ririe. He passed away on Oct. 10, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center. Funeral services are being held today at 11:00 a.m. at the Eckersell Memorial Chapel in Rigby.…

CLARK COUNTY—Winter is rapidly approaching our area. There has already been freezing weather. As potato harvest finishes, cattle ranchers have been weaning their calves, while sheep ranchers and cattle people alike have been bringing their livestock down from summer pasture. U.S. Sheep Exper…

ROBERTS—The Roberts Mustangs PTO has been working diligently on the playground project. So far, between $11,000 raised during school fundraisers, $40,000 from the school bond, and the recently awarded $5,000 from the Idaho Community Foundation grant, the project has now raised $56,000. The P…

The opening social for the Rigby Study Club was held on Oct. 3 at the home of Hostess Barbara Mugleston. Sharon Moser was the Chairman for the meeting. The theme of the evening was “Celebrating our Bounteous Blessings”.

LEWISVILLE—The Menan Stake will hold its semi-annual Stake Conference Oct. 13 to 14. Stake Priesthood Leadership Meeting will be held on Saturday at 3:00 p.m.; Saturday evening meeting for all adults will be held at 7:00 p.m, at the Stake Center. Sunday general session will be held at 10:00 …

MUD LAKE—The Mud Lake Museum is having their annual wreath and garland fundraiser. They will be taking orders from now until Oct. 26. The Christmas greenery will be available to pick up on Nov. 27 at the museum.

GARFIELD—Lonnie and Kathleen Mcomber took a trip to West Yellowstone. They saw all the sights, wild animals and enjoyed each minute of their trip.

Abby Lewis from Ririe, Kyla Campbell from Rigby, and Rachel Moss from West Jefferson will be competing for Distinguished Young Woman of Idaho at the state competition in Idaho Falls Oct. 5 to 6.

MUD LAKE—Mud Lake Museum is looking for able-bodied volunteers to build a roof for their log cabin on Oct. 20 at the museum. They would like to get the cabin, located northeast of the museum, ready for winter time. You can contact Trish Petersen for more information.

CLARK COUNTY—There is a chill in the air earlier in the day now. Potato harvest is well underway. Some school students have been out of school to help in the spud harvest. People are heading to the hills with their firewood permits.

LEWISVILLE–Congratulations to new grandparents, Brian and Loretta Meyers! Their daughter, Nitchele Dye and her husband, Devin, of Ucon, are the proud parents of their first child, a baby girl, born Sept. 24. She tipped the scales at six pounds, ten ounces, and was 21 and three-fourths inches…

ROBERTS—The Roberts Elementary school held a science night last week, where classes split into age groups and learned about frictions, gravity, weather, and explosions. They were able to learn how to conduct experiments.

ROBERTS—The Roberts Lions Club is celebrating 60 years of community service! They are inviting the community to join them for an evening of celebration. Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Robert Community/Senior Center. Guest speakers will be the Parrish family from Pocatello, to share information on …

LEWISVILLE—Congratulations to Rhett Thornley, son of Wade and Amy Thornley, who recently received his mission call. He will be serving in the Nevada Las Vegas Mission and is scheduled to enter the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, on Nov. 28.

The Jefferson Star is going back in time to explore past pages of The Rigby Star. Every month, there will be a few highlights from the top stories in the 1900s. This project will appear in the last issue of every month. The following is a selection of local, state and national happenings fro…

CLARK COUNTY—Harvesting and hunting are happening in our area. Potatoes are being brought in from the fields. Wildlife is being sought after by a variety of hunters. Now we are in hopes that the wildfires are finished ravaging our land. It has been a harrowing summer for many. Now that it is…

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ROBERTS —Jeff and Natalie Evans welcomed their baby boy, Thain Byron Evans, on September 14.

LEWISVILLE—Virgil and Joyce Lindstrom, Todd and Kerri Lindstrom, and Ben and Kenna Thompson traveled to Payson, Utah, for the wedding of Zachary Brown to Kennedy Tailor. Zachary is Virgil and Joyce’s grandson, the son of Cecelia Brown Ellis and the late Tom Brown. They were married at Clario…

MUD LAKE—West Jefferson high school football team will have a game Sept. 28 at home against Ririe. The high school volleyball team will have a game Sept. 20 at home against Firth and Sept. 25 at Ririe. The Cross country team will travel to the Bob Firman Invitational on Sept. 21.

GARFIELD—Garfield 1st ward held their ward party Thursday night with plenty of food. they had a program with members of the ward involved. Many came and enjoyed the evening. That night they also put together school kits. Everyone was welcome to bring tablets, pencils, sharpeners and erasers …

DUBOIS—It seemed we had come to the end of fires in our area. Then last Wednesday a wildfire in the Medicine Lodge area, the Indian Creek Fire, started around 6 p.m. Various fire fighting agencies came to Clark County to help battle the blaze. Many people were in the area for hunting season.…

LEWISVILLE—The Lewisville First Ward Elders’ Quorum is having their annual Steak Fry on Saturday, Sept. 15, at 6:00 p.m. at the Lewisville Community Center. All men and their spouses and single women in the ward are invited to attend.

DUBOIS— Many area residents enjoyed time in Blackfoot at the Eastern Idaho State Fair. Joni Grover participated in the 4-H Horse show there. She won second place in Working Ranch Horse Stationing 2. She is a junior at Clark County High School.

GARFIELD—Mark Smith, the son of Wayne and Eva Smith, is running a 100-mile marathon. He will leave Friday morning, and will arrive in Utah Saturday at 5. They think it will take him 36 hours and he will have his award Friday night at Utah. He is a Living Research Analyst at Minneapolis. If a…

ROBERTS—The Roberts Lions Club is sponsoring a bike-a-thon on September 15. Registration will be at 8:30 just northeast of Roberts Elementary School. Riders will ride from 9 to 11 a.m. Every participant will receive a t-shirt. Snacks and drinks will be along the route, as well as some prizes…

MUD LAKE—The West Jefferson High School Football team will have a game Sept. 14 at home against Malad. This game will be Homecoming. The volleyball team will have a match Sept. 11 at home against Challis, Sept 13 at home against Salmon, and Sept. 18 at North Fremont. The Cross Country team w…

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As September approached, Daughters of Utah Pioneers prepared to resume their monthly meetings. At a gathering held Friday, August 24, officers of the five Jefferson County camps received training and all area members were invited to an old-fashioned English “tea party” for this year’s annual…

DUBOIS — It is good to see blue skies again after all the smoke from fires. A day of rain and wind came to our county that helped to clear out some of the fire residue. Now we enter into the activities that September brings.

GARFIELD—Phyllis Radford’s daughter and son-in-law, Ted and Pat Williams are living with her.

MUD LAKE—Today will be the first Popcorn day at the Elementary and Junior high school. It will be twenty-five cents per bag. It is a fundraiser for the PTO. They will be selling popcorn t shirts again this year. The order forms will come home with the students soon and the shirts will be del…

The Menan Planning and Zoning Committee will be held Sep. 6 at 7pm at the Menan City Building. Everyone’s invited to come and hear what’s going on in the City of Menan.

Sarah Reese, a senior at Rigby High School, returned recently from a two-and-a-half week, life-changing, humanitarian trip to Lima, Peru.

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August 16 through the 18th , Dubois was busy with Clark County fair activities. 4-H project exhibits were at the community center and the animal/ livestock events took place near there in the fair barns. Some of the horsemanship events took place earlier in August at the Mud Lake fairgrounds.