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Arts and Humanities Scholarship recipients announced

KETCHUM — The Sun Valley Center for the Arts has announced the winners of its 2019 Arts and Humanities Scholarship program which provides monetary awards to local students and educators to help advance their education and experience in the arts. A private reception to honor this year’s scholarship winners was held April 9.

Twin Falls refugee students win 3D-printing competition

POCATELLO — A team from the Newcomer Center at Robert Stuart Middle School in Twin Falls won first place in the Idaho STEM Action Center’s 2019 Eastern Idaho FabSlam Showcase Feb. 23 at Idaho State University.

Hagerman students trying to help trout industry

HAGERMAN — Hagerman High School’s Academy of Agriculture & Food Science has been selected as a partner-school in a U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture-funded research project to help sustain the commercial trout industry in the Hagerman Valley.

Prescription drug abuse and vaping information panel offered Wednesday

TWIN FALLS — Nearly one in four teens admit to using a prescription drug that wasn’t prescribed to them, and a recent survey from the Food and Drug Administration shows 3.6 million middle- and high-school students are now using e-cigarettes — vapes — in the U.S.

Curious Mind: Was Clear Lakes School moved?

Q: I attended the first three grades of my elementary education (Clear Lakes School District No. 8) in a one-room, eight-grade school house in the bottom of the canyon west of Clear Springs Foods. It was located on the Fred Brailsford Ranch — now his daughter Katherine Wright’s home. I wondered if anyone knew what happened to the building. I think it was moved.