Hemingway School Gets STEM Certification
By Karen Bossick
Hemingway student Brayden Smith appeared startled as a four-inch crayfish appeared to strike out at him. “They seem to strike [...]
First Shift program removes barriers to trying the sport
By Karen Bossick
Their hockey jerseys stretch nearly to the ice. And some resemble penguins as they waddle on their skates. But there could be future Wayne Gretzkys or Hillary Knights in the bunch. And they’ll never know until they try. [...]
Fourth-grader climbs all of Idaho’s 12,000-foot peaks
By Kate Hull
On Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021, Camden Patrie, who turned 10 on New Year’s Day, became the fourth person 10 years old or younger to scale all of nine of Idaho's 12,000 foot peaks. [...]
New site at Quigley Canyon gets high marks
By Karen Bossick
Nathan Kolar watched as a great blue heron winged its way above freshly turned dirt at the edge of a 1,200-acre conservation easement out Quigley Canyon. He stopped at a weathervane planted at the edge of what will become The Sage School’s new campus. [...]
A Sun Valley bucket list for kids of all ages
By Margot Ramsay
Whether you are a longtime Sun Valley local or a recent transplant aiming to escape the big-city rigors, there are scores of activities within the Wood River Valley for kids and parents alike. [...]
How WOW is cultivating generosity
By Winslow Brokaw
How WOW is cultivating generosity [...]
With a trout on the line, the world became James Carlin's oyster
By Jennifer Liebrum
When James Carlin was 8, his father introduced him to fly fishing on the Big Wood River. When he was 11, he got his own gear and was hooked up with Guy Robins from Lost River Outfitters to take his knowledge up a notch. [...]