A lifetime in music provides a lifeline for professional music teacher and violinist Alyssa Joy Claffey who came to the Wood River Valley afte… Read more

With a background in economics and real-world experience helping to run the city of New York, Environmental Resource Center Executive Director… Read more

Community activist, promoter and cultural liaison Herbert Romero has worked with numerous nonprofit organizations since coming to the Wood Riv… Read more

Erin and Malcolm Rountree are proud to announce that their daughter Kylie Rountree graduated from Colorado State University during December wi… Read more

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    When the facial nerve does not work, dogs have an inability to blink, their lips droop, and there is decreased tear production on the affected side.

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• Joel Rinckwald, a 2015 graduate of Wood River High School, graduated from St. Olaf College, in Northfield, Minn., in May 2019 with a bachelor of arts degree, double-majoring in French and Music.

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What happens when great wealth comes into your life? What matters when the fortune is suddenly gone?

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If you needed to work on your balance, standing on one leg, say for 30 seconds, is a good exercise. A good cue would be to imagine your stance leg as a wood post, or that you cement your foot into the ground. Besides helping improve your balance, the muscles of the lower leg play a role in h…

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Connor Hayes, of Hailey, a Wood River High School graduate, graduated May 12, 2019, from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Wash. Hayes earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics-science, cum laude.Jake Goeringer, of Ketchum, earned dean’s list recognition (3.5 GPA or higher) for the sprin…