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Rhodehouse wins third consecutive Link-Belt ConExpo Rodeo

Shane Rhodehouse competes in the Excavation Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nev., March 11. He took the title for the third consecutive time.

Shane Rhodehouse brought home his third consecutive championship title from the ConExpo Showdown Rodeo in Las Vegas, Nevada held March 7-11.

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Big air for Jenson…

Jessika Jenson from Rigby wrapped up her events at the 2017 World Championships in Spain this weekend. She placed 5th in Big Air and 6th in Slopestyle. Next up is a trip to the Czech Republic.

Jessika Jenson from Rigby wrapped up her events at the 2017 World Championships in Spain this weekend. She placed 5th in Big Air and 6th in Slopestyle. Next up is a trip to the Czech Republic.

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Coloring contest winners…

Over 200 first grade students in Jefferson Elementary participated in the annual Jefferson County Farm Bureau Coloring Contest. Pictured are: Treyson Gravatt, Rylan Welker, Alyssa Wells, Naomi Brown, Seth Barrett, Whitley Farnsworth, Cache Shippen, Peyton Gray, Jocelyn Gittins, Zak Carlson, Bronson Denning, Kenyan Martin, Allie Crocker, Gracie West, Lily Denning, Chelsea Murri, Braxton Nebeker. COURTESY PHOTO

Over 200 first grade students in Jefferson Elementary participated in the annual Jefferson County Farm Bureau Coloring Contest.

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Math Counts state team…

The Snake River VFW Post 1004 presents the Rigby Math Counts team with a $100 donation to support their trip to the State Competition March 11. Pictured are, from left to right: Back row: Dawn Thornton, Thomas Thornton, Jared Jenkins; front row:Boston Klingler, Trey Saathoff, Drew Denning. Representing the Snake River VFW Post 1004 Frank Stees (Quarter Master), Daniel Boomgaarden (Commander), and Roy Gibson (Junior Vice Commander).

The Snake River VFW Post 1004 presents the Rigby Math Counts team with a $100 donation to support their trip to the State Competition March 11.

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Conservation Farmer of the Year…

Mike Cope is the Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District Farmer of the Year.

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Mar
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Sauer wins Distinguished Young Women of West Jefferson

The participants in the West Jefferson 2018 Distinguished Young Women Program were Amanda Newman, Hope Sponseller, Allison Severe, Shaylee Babcock, Kaitlyn Sauer, and Mariah Petersen. Also pictured here is Abigail Kunz, 2017 DYW of Idaho.

Kaitlyn Sauer is the 2018 West Jefferson Distinguished Yong Women. She received an $800 scholarship, medallion, and will represent West Jefferson at the state contest.

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08
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Preliminary annex floor plans presented to commissioners

This site plan photo, provided by Scott Nielson of NBW Architects, shows how the building would fit in the property, with a covered walkway from the current Jefferson County Courthouse to the annex. COURTESY PHOTO

Scott Nielson, of NBW Archtects, of Idaho Falls, presented the first preliminary floor plans for a proposed annex to the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners Feb. 27.

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Eddins appointed mayor of Dubois

Snow is still piling up outside the Spencer Fire Station. The good snow year has drawn snomobilers from all over the area. BONNIE STODDARD/Special to The Jefferson Star

DUBOIS—Spencer accumulated some 38 inches of snow within a couple of storms last week. They still have more than their share of snow in their area.

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Guest speaker

Gary Marshall, the featured speaker for the Jefferson County Republican Women meeting held Feb. 23, emphasized understanding correct Constitutional Principles. COURTESY PHOTO

Gary Marshall, the featured speaker for the Jefferson County Republican Women meeting held Feb. 23, emphasized understanding correct Constitutional Principles.

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Harwood Science Fair…

Harwood Elementary School third, fourth and fifth graders look at projects done by their peers last week. COURTESY PHOTO

Harwood Elementary School third, fourth and fifth graders look at projects done by their peers last week.

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