MENAN — The Menan Stake will be having baptisms April 10 at the Menan Stake Center. Please check with your individual wards for times of the baptisms. If you do attend, please wear a mask to keep you and other individuals safe.

Jessica Webster is a second grade teacher on the English side of the Chinese Immersion Program at South Fork Elementary School. This is her seventh year teaching, all of which has been done at South Fork.

CLARK COUNTY — We’re looking for the water to flow down Beaver Creek into Dubois. Any day now it will be flowing here. There’s been an abundance of birds coming around to sit in trees that have begun budding. Potatoes, other crops and gardens are being planted. Spring has sprung!

LEWISVILLE — CORRECTION from last week: The LuAnn Camp of the D.U.P. (Daughters of the Utah Pioneers), will be meeting for this month at 1 p.m. Monday, April 12 at the Lewisville Church.

GARFIELD — It was reported that many paper products, diapers, 0 – 6 month onesies, baby socks and cleaning supplies were gathered by the people in Garfield at the “Light Our Stake” event held recently. The items were delivered to the Humanitarian Center.

MUD LAKE — Lacey and Peen Munoz welcomed a sweet baby girl into their family. She is the couple’s fourth child and third girl. Her name is Izabella. Congratulations!

CLARK COUNTY — It is time for the Easter Bunny to hide eggs! Most of the snow has melted on the flat lands, so there should be good settings for Easter egg hunts. The snow on surrounding mountains is good to have as we need the runoff water later in the year.

Ryalene Barker is a second grade teacher at South Fork Elementary School. She has been teaching second grade for 32 years and has taught at Kinghorn, Harwood and at South Fork since the school opened.

MENAN — The Menan Planning and Zoning Committee will be meeting 7 p.m.  April 1 at the Menan City Building. Anyone is invited to come and hear what’s going on in the City of Menan.

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.

LEWISVILLE — COVID strikes again! Due to the recent upsurge in COVID–19 cases, the City of Lewisville will not be holding the annual Easter Egg Hunt this year. They are hoping to hold a community event in the summer when things get better.

Lindsey Thompson is a fourth grade teacher at Harwood Elementary School. She’s been teaching for ten years and says she’s been lucky to spend all ten at Harwood.

MENAN — Payton VanSteenkiste recently received his mission call. He’s been called to serve in the St. Louis Missouri Mission.

GARFIELD — Garfield residents have participated in lots of service the week of March 14. This goes along with the Rigby South Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter–day Saints’ challenge to “Share your Light” through service.

CLARK COUNTY — It is calving and lambing season. Many animals are born this time of year. Local cattle and sheep ranchers have ‘round the clock duty at this time of year.

LEWISVILLE — Congratulations to newlyweds Nicholas and Caitlin Andrews Watkins! They were married Saturday, March 20, in the Rexburg LDS Temple. Nick is the son of Glenn and Leisa Watkins, and Caitlin is the daughter of Vern and Laura Andrews, of Aztec, New Mexico. Since we are still in the …

CLARK COUNTY — The cold, short winter days are turning into longer, warmer nearly springtime days. We pass from one distinct season into another. Spring planting will be underway soon.

MUD LAKE — West Jefferson music program had a concert last week. The three groups that performed were the orchestra, guitar class, and band. The orchestra played “1812–Bar Blue,” “Jazzed–Up and High–Strung,” “Jazz Rhythmico,” and “Jazz Pizzicato.” The guitar class played “BINGO,” “Amarillo b…

LEWISVILLE — The Lewisville Book Club is meeting this evening to discuss their book for the month, “In This Together,” by Ann Romney. They will meet at the home of Donetta Fife at 7:00 p.m.

Ambrey Hatch teaches a second and third grade combo class at Cottonwood Elementary School. She has been teaching for seven years; five in Jefferson Joint School Dist. #251, one of which has been at Cottonwood.

CLARK COUNTY — Snow is melting in our town and we’re enjoying the warmer weather these days. It seems that spring is really on the way. There is still a lot of snow in Spencer. Mayor Lyle Holden said it will be a while before the snow melts there.

GARFIELD — Tonight the Garfield 2nd Ward Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter–day Saints is having a Relief Society birthday dinner. There will also be games and a speaker. The theme will be “Help to help others.” It will be held at 6:30 pm at the church. If you can, please…

MENAN — The Menan 2nd Ward Primary Activity Day boys and girls will be having a Pinewood Derby March 10 at the Menan red brick church. Weigh in for the cars start at 6:15 p.m. and the races will start at 6:30 p.m.

MUD LAKE — Mud Lake Museum and Historical Society will have their annual Membership meeting on March 20 at 1:30 p.m. at the museum. The purpose of the meeting is the presentation of the annual report, the election of officers and the transaction of such other business as may be needed. Justi…

LEWISVILLE — Congratulations to Nuvain Blackburn, wife of Hyrum Blackburn, who recently earned her U.S. Citizenship! She studied hard and passed the test – she’s now an official U.S.citizen! Nuvain came to America from the Philippines. She and Hyrum and baby Hyrum recently moved here from Ut…

Janet Lee Carter is a teacher at Rigby Middle School in the Science Department teaching seventh grade Life Science. Carter has been a teacher for five years and at RMS for four.

CLARK COUNTY — As we march into this new month, we look forward to more outdoor activities. Rodeo season for some folks is right around the corner. The Clark County High School students who participate in rodeo team join with West Jefferson students to compete in this corner of Idaho. High S…

LEWISVILLE — Congratulations to Josh and Kelsey Hawkes on the birth of their new tiny baby girl on Feb. 25! Lyndi Belle Hawkes was so anxious to join their family that she came twelve and one–half weeks early! She is what is called a “nano–premie,” and weighed just two pounds, four ounces an…

Anya Kaylyn Tuft of Rigby has been named to the University of Wyoming’s Fall Semester Dean’s and Dean’s Freshman Honor Rolls.

MENAN — The Menan Planning and Zoning Committee will be meeting at 7 p.m. March 4 at the Menan City Building. Everyone is invited to come and hear what’s going on in the City of Menan.

MUD LAKE — Bonnie and Joe Brown recently returned from the National Bison Association Gold Trophy Show and Sale in Rapid City, South Dakota. Bonnie won first and second place for “Heifer Calf” and first and second place for “Bull Calf.” She also received “Reserved Grand Female” and “Producer…

GARFIELD — The Garfield Book Club met on Feb. 24. The book for March is “For The Glory” by Duncan Hamilton. The next meeting is scheduled for March 31. The location and time will be announced at a later date.

Kaye Lynn Warner is a teacher at Rigby Middle School in the science department teaching eighth grade Earth Science. Warner has been a teacher for seven years and it is her fourth year at RMS.

LEWISVILLE — The community of Lewisville is saddened at the passing of life–long resident, Virgil Harold Lindstrom, 93, at his home in Lewisville on Feb. 16, from kidney failure. We will all remember his fun–loving trickster personality, and we’ll certainly miss seeing him flying in his para…

MENAN — Midway Elementary is having a Daddy/Daughter dance at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Menan Town Hall. If you haven’t purchased a ticket at this time, you can purchase them that night at the door.

CLARK COUNTY — Snow is still piling up around here. We need the precipitation for summer irrigation. Darrin May, supervisor of the Clark County Road and Bridge crew, said that the Kilgore Road was closed during President’s Day weekend until that Tuesday due to high winds and blowing snow. He…

GARFIELD — The Garfield 6th Ward Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter–day Saints is holding an activity at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at the church. There will be a night of fun and games and getting to know the sisters in the ward. They will also be collecting kid – friendly snacks an…

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.

GARFIELD — Today the Garfield 2nd Ward Relief Society of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter–day Saints is holding their 2nd annual quilting bee. They are doing it in 2 sessions: at 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the church. For the morning session there will be a light lunch served. With the eve…

MENAN — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are having A Friend to Friend for Children Broadcast at 11 a.m. Feb. 20 through www.churchofjesuschrist.org, www.youtube.com and Latter-day Saints Channel.

Britney Ringel is a teacher at the Early Childhood Center teaching in Special Education in developmental preschool for three-year-olds. Ringel is in her 13th year of teaching and she’s been in Jefferson School Dist. at the preschool for five years.

MUD LAKE — Three West Jefferson High school graduates have made the Fall Dean’s List at University of Idaho. Kaul Shupe, majoring in Psych / Communication Studies, Michelle Saldana, majoring in Animal / Vet / Food Science, and Jimi Burtenshaw, majoring in Psych / Communication studies. Jimi …

CLARK COUNTY — Dubois Lions Club members have been busy delivering Valentine’s treats to senior citizens in Clark County. They put them together at their meeting and then delivered them on Feb. 12.

LEWISVILLE — This evening, the Lewisville Book Club will meet at 7 p.m. at the home of Cheryl Taylor to discuss their book of the month, “The Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers,” by Amy Hollingsworth. Visitors and new members always welcome.

MENAN — The Menan City Council will be meeting 7 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Menan City Building. Everyone is invited to come and hear what’s going on in the City of Menan.