For many families, back-to-school feels very different this fall after the abrupt transition to remote learning last spring. In addition to a feeling of excitement about seeing friends and teachers, children may also experience anxiety and fear about going back to school — anxiety about COVI…

The regular flu vaccine as well as the high dose flu vaccine is now available at Southeastern Idaho Public Health. To schedule your immunization appointment, contact the Bannock County Office at 208-233-9080 or visit siphidaho.org for more information.

BRINGHURST — Boston Bringhurst, child of Josh and Alaina Bringhurst, Pocatello, Aug. 15.

The Portneuf Sangha is currently offering programs in an interactive online format using Zoom videoconferencing. On Sunday, the Portneuf Sangha will view the second part of a video from Tara Brach titled “Transforming Your Relationship with Anxiety.” In this talk, Brach leads participants in…

Idaho Fish and Game is taking public comment on a variety of proposed fee rules that would affect fees for refunds, hunter education, and more. The deadline to comment is Oct. 7, and people can comment via email to rules@idfg.idaho.gov or mail to Paul Kline, P.O. Box 25, Boise, ID, 83707.

Bryson Allen, 21, and Tasia Hodge, 22, both of Pocatello.

POCATELLO — Grand Teton Council, Boy Scouts of America will be holding a drive-thru Join Scouting Night from 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 23 in the parking lot at the Pocatello Scout Office, 2306 Pocatello Creek Road.

POCATELLO — Idaho State University’s Counseling and Testing Center, in conjunction with Community Suicide Prevention, will host a virtual suicide prevention conference from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday.

POCATELLO — An extension of the ministries of Pastor Steven and Ilaria, the Church Without Walls, will be dedicated 5 p.m. Sunday at Wilson Plaza, 611 Wilson Ave., Suite 4D, in Pocatello.