• Madison Cobb tags younger brother Cole in Thanksgiving morning’s Weiser High School wrestling program fundraiser Turkey Trot fun-run. Runners and walkers took part as teams or individuals, and helped to raise additional funding for the 2023-24 season. The Wolverines are scheduled to compete in the season opener Donnelly Duals at Capital High School this Friday and Saturday. Another fundraiser raffle is also going on now for the program, with tickets going for $20 apiece. First prize is a $1,000 Sportsman’s gift card, second prize is a $400 Cordova cooler, and third prize is an outdoor barbecue gear pack. Tickets may be purchased from any Wolverine wrestler. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
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  • Steve Dominguez, right, presents Joe Malay, left, with a $12,000 check that will help fund the annual Ho-Ho Express that takes place this year on Dec. 16 for Weiser and Dec. 19 for Annex School.
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  • Weiser Activity Center for Seniors representatives deposited a $50,000 check into the center’s account at Zions Bank on Monday, taking a big step toward paying off their facility’s mortgage. Funds were raised through the Evelyn Stover Challenge, which aims to raise money for the payoff, which will give the center financial breathing room. From left, Norma Brown, Board Vice President Connie Lang, Steve Cooper, Treasurer Linda Smith, and President Karin Hoffer. Handling the transaction is Branch Manager Katie von Brethorst. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
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  • Weiser High School students attending the VEX Robotics competition at Wood River High School included, back from left, Kaden Hill, Elizabeth Thomas, Austin Mosley, Logan Rasmussen, Michael Shaber, Cristopher Cruz, Justin Ragan, Devion Jackson, Cheyne Smith, and Evelyn Rodriguez. Kneeling, from left, Soren Alder, Tony Torres, Jaison Rivera, and Daniel Pomo. Sitting, from left, Adrian Dobson, Shane Bush, Alek Dungar, Maximus Burkhart, Brett Fadling, Roman Salines, Jorge Martinez, and Esteban Rodriguez. Front, Ryan Glen and Luis Orozco.
    11/22/2023 - 1:07pm

  • A new CPA firm has opened for business in Weiser. Lamm & Co. is located off Highway 95 and E. Main Street. Weiser is their fifth office with other locations in Grangeville, McCall, Emmett, and Fruitland. They specialize in taxes, bookkeeping and payroll. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    11/22/2023 - 1:04pm

  • Weiser Middle School computer teacher Courtney Thompson, at podium, explains her seventh and eighth grade class project, which gives her students an idea of what it is like to initiate a possible city project. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    11/22/2023 - 11:07am

  • Ruth Reeves. almost 100-years-old, poses in front of her collection of family photographs at her home in Weiser. Each year, her family visits at her property to see her and celebrate the Fourth of July. Photo by Philip A. Janquart

    Picture above is the family of Ruth Reeves who gathered last Fourth of July at Ruth’s home in Weiser. The group includes most of her family minus those who were unable to attend. The gathering is an annual event. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
    11/22/2023 - 11:00am

  • Braelyn and Emberly Hust have a good time talking to Santa during his Friday, Nov. 17 visit to the Vendome Events Center in Weiser during the 2023 Festival of Trees Open House. The 37th annual event raised $94,000 during the Nov. 16 Gala. Administrators say that, following the end of the online auction on Nov. 26, the event could raise $100,000. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
    11/22/2023 - 10:54am

  • Lily Glenn, left, designed the Future Wolverines Foundation poster that will be used to advertise available funds for kids to participate in Weiser Recreation Department activities. Glenn is pictured with Kelly Haun, an FWF founder and supporter.
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  • Guests enjoy dinner during the 2022 Festival of Trees Gala. Tickets for 2023 are sold out, but the public is invited to the Open House on Friday, Nov. 17 where you can see the trees, meet Santa, and shop. Photo by Philip A. Janquart
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  • Evelyn Stover in 1940s
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  • Former Marine AV-8B Harrier fighter pilot Eric Grunke presents the family of Kenneth Webb, a Korean War Veteran, a flag during the annual Veterans Day assembly held at Weiser High School on Thursday, Nov. 9. Webb passed away on Sept. 15, 2023 in Bremerton, Wash. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff

    The annual Veterans Day assemblies took place throughout the Weiser School District on Thursday, Nov. 9, recognizing the federal holiday, which was Saturday, Nov. 11. Above, from left, Brad Attebery, Charles Marvin, Jana Hill, and Dick Bergquist. Photo by Nancy Grindstaff
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Weiser – Don’t you find when you have an especially cherished possession that brings you great joy, you just want everyone to see it and feel those same feelings? That’s the concept behind the community Christmas Crèche Exhibit set for Dec. 2 and...


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Dear Editor:  Einstein’s Parable of Quantum Insanity, “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again while expecting a different result.”  In 1953, Ancil Keyes, PhD, postulated the cholesterol theory as the cause of heart disease. At the...


Five Weiser Wolverine seniors played in this past Saturday’s Shrine Senior All-Star East-West football game in Middleton. Pictured, from left, Braden Phillips, Brock Spencer, Harry Cook, Jayden Walker, and Kaleb Grove.

A total of 14 Wolverine football players were named to SRV all-conference teams. Below, back row, from left, Dylann Ashley, Kolin Cook, Braden Phillips, Kaleb Grove, Kash Cobb, Brock Spencer, Karsten Walker, Jack Shirts and Xander Gray. Kneeling front, Luke Sarich and Jayden Walker. Not pictured, Ryndon Olsen, Harry Cook, and Jack Tucker. Lady Wolverines pictured above named to All-Conference teams are below, from left, Danica Lockett, Rylee Roberts, Madi Wilkins, and Abi Wilkins. Not pictured is Paisley Noyer.
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 SRV 3A league coaches have voted, naming first and second all-conference teams for both football and volleyball, with a good number of Weiser High School’s athletes earning honors.  Going 10-2 on the season and 4-1 in conference, Weiser’s...

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