He’s a grandfather now, the president of a family-owned business headquartered near Austin, Texas, a 5-handicapper on the golf course, an avid fly fisherman, and the father of two daughters who excelled in academics and in high school and college swimming.
(Editor’s note: The last time Wood River High School sent a boys’ basketball team to the state tournament was in 2004, which was coach Fred Trenkle’s first season in his second stint at the Wolverine helm. To make state, Wood River defeated Kimberly on Feb. 25, 2004 at the College of Souther…
Editor’s note: Idaho’s premier footracer, Monte Brothwell of Bellevue, wrote this remembrance about Wood River High School coach Bob Shay shortly after Shay retired in 1988. Brothwell was a Wood River student in the early 1970s who developed into a state champion cross country runner. This a…
The Sun Valley Community School has announced its annual All-School awards, given this year without an in-person ceremony but in a message to families of the school.
Last week, Blaine County School District administrators came to terms with the realization that all school events would be canceled for the rest of the 2019-20 school year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Ryan Anderson of Bellevue has completed an outstanding collegiate running and academic career at University of Minnesota-Morris.
Carey’s Kylie Wood was recently voted Sawtooth Conference “Player of the Year” for her girls’ basketball efforts during a remarkable 2019-20 season on the floor.
Record-smashing Wood River High senior guard Johnny Radford has made the All-Idaho 4A boys’ basketball first team in voting hosted by the Idaho Statesman newspaper.
The Wood River High School Culinary Arts team featuring, from left, Sandra Martinez, Jaki Tellez and Danielle Nelson, captured the 4th District FCCLA cooking competition Feb. 11 at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls. Wood River took the top gold among students from five other distri…
By a 24-11 vote, the Idaho Senate passed a bill Monday that would 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.
Just a few days before the Idaho High School Activities Association suspended all competitive events for three weeks, several hundred Idaho athletes from smaller schools gathered at Kimberly High School Thursday, March 12 for the Kimberly Spring Opener track and field meet.