With Blaine County public schools closed until April 6 due to COVID-19, the school district has created a free “Grab-‘n’-Go” food distribution program for children 18 and younger. That included this stop at The Meadows south of Ketchum, on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. The district handed out 2…
Many local families are just getting into the swing of staying at home together during the COVID-19 period of “sheltering in place.” The Wood River Community YMCA has posted a few ideas and resources for homebound families looking for ways to pass the time productively.
The Blaine County School District is looking ahead to a “year of transition” after Superintendent GwenCarol Holmes announced her decision to step down in 2021, the school board chairman said at a meeting this week.
The Idaho Senate is considering a bill aiming to bar transgender girls and women from competing as females in high school and collegiate sports, following the bill’s passage through the House of Representatives last month.
A visiting author hosted by the Blaine County School District this week encouraged the district and Wood River Valley community to build an “honest, thoughtful, ongoing conversation” with each other, a goal the district says it’s taking to heart.
The Wood River High School W.A.T.E.R. Club received a standing ovation in Hailey City Hall on Monday night for a presentation outlining strategies to curtail single-use plastics.
A bill in the Legislature that would limit school bond and levy elections to November and May—creating potential challenges for the Blaine County School District—is headed to the House floor.
A lecture by a college admissions director hosted by the Sun Valley Community School will be open to all students and families from the Wood River Valley.