Shelley DARE program receives donation from local credit union
A local credit union visited Shelley today to help Shelley's DARE program purchase more educational and promotional materials.
Local high schooler wins statewide award for her stock portfolio essay
With her essay detailing a future investment portfolio, a local high school senior took first place in the Idaho SIFMA Foundation’s Fall 2021 National InvestWrite® competition.
Bingham County Mayors Scholarships being awarded to Firth, Shelley and students throughout the county
In total, $23,000 will be awarded to 46 applicants. These awards went to students from Bingham County high schools, to include Aberdeen, Blackfoot, Firth, Shelley, Sho-Ban, and Snake River.
Shelley fourth-graders get hands-on with science
On Thursday, March 17, Jolley, her students and parent volunteers taught the fourth-graders at Riverview Elementary how much fun science can be.
Local Idaho company donates $3,000 to Shelley School District
The Shelley School District plans to add more bottle-filling drinking fountains in Shelley schools with a donation from a local company.
Voters renew $575,000 Shelley School District supplemental levy
With a strong majority of nearly 80 percent voting in favor, Shelley School District's $575,000 supplemental levy is renewed for another two years.
$575,000 Shelley School District levy vote on March 8
On March 8, Shelley School District is asking patrons to renew its $575,000 Supplemental Levy.
Possible gas leak at high school has people concerned
SHELLEY – Shelley High School's janitorial staff is currently looking into a possible gas leak at the high school. The smell of natural gas has sickened some school patrons and concerned others who have visited the high school and the adjacent L.D.S. Seminary building in recent days. Even a …
Shelley High sculpture class selected for Jackson Hole art installation
Courtesy of Shelley High School's sculpture class, the more than 30,000 motorists who drive through Jackson Hole on W. Broadway will see a puzzling site on the side of the road.
Shelley Russet Football recognizes seniors at the last home game
Shelley Russet's Varsity Football team recognized its senior players at Senior Night last Friday before playing the Pocatello Indians.
Shelley Russet Chefs hosting craft fair
Shelley Russet Chefs are hosting a craft fair to raise money for training.
Russet Homecoming week: Bonfire, victory and dancing
Last week, Shelley High School celebrated homecoming beginning with a solid win as the Senior girls crushed the Junior girls 20 to 6 In the annual powder-puff game.
Russet Volleyball triumphs over Skyline and Century
The Lady Russets faced off against Skyline and Century high schools Tuesday at Shelley High School.
Shelley is back to school
Masks are not required for students as they go back to school tomorrow, but attendance is more important than many may realize.
Shelley rallying behind beloved grade school teaching fighting cancer
The community is rallying behind a beloved teacher who is battling an incurable cancer.
Shelley School Board approves $14.6 million budget
At the June 24 Shelley School Board meeting, the board approved the district's proposed $14.6 million budget for the 2021-2022 school year.
District-wide upgrades underway this summer
Earlier this year, patrons of the Shelley School District resoundingly passed a $7.5 million bond to repair and upgrade schools and district buildings. With the bond passing, the district wasted no time on getting to work.
Shelley wrestler Kolton Stacey signs with the University of Providence
Kolton Stacey signed with the University of Providence in Great Falls to wrestle after returning from a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint in two years.
Kids eat free this June
SHELLEY — The Shelley Summer Food program is back for the month of June. From now until June 30, children from ages 1 to 18 can eat breakfast and lunch for free, provided by the Shelley School District. Monday through Thursday, breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 8:30 …
Shelley High School high jumper going to BYU
Maddie Lempka, a senior at Shelley High School, signed a letter of intent on May 19 with BYU as a high jumper.