Bringing Down the Thunder on Cancer

Articles, Events

The Thunder Ridge High School Boys Basketball Program is pleased to present PINK NIGHT, a community cancer awareness and fundraiser, on Friday, Jan. 25.

CEI Scholarship Deadline Approaching

Articles, Education And Arts

Looking for some scholarship opportunities for College of Eastern Idaho? Now is the time to act.

New Head for Yellowstone Tourism Group

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Road Trips, Videos

Kathy Pope voted in as new chair for Yellowstone Teton Territory

In Tune with Patriotism

Articles, Education And Arts, Events

The United States Air Force Academy Band’s Rampart Winds from Colorado Springs will be presenting their first Idaho Falls performance on Feb. 22.

Best Foot Forward

Articles, East Idaho Health

Dr. Bryan Van Dyke is the newest member of the Summit Orthopaedics team, and he is excited to be here in eastern Idaho.

Free TAM Admission Day


The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho. Admission is free the first Saturday of each month.

Warming up to January Exhibits

Articles, Education And Arts

The Idaho Falls Arts Council is pleased to present two gallery exhibitions by local artists—Vladmir and Marina Zavalov and Marjorie Clearwater.

Looking Back: Winter's Day 2013

Articles, Best of IF, East Idaho Outdoors

If you're ever wondering when to catch the river in the winter as it explodes with Yellowstone-like steam, just keep an eye on the temperature forecast.

A Sister-City Celebration

Articles, Education And Arts, Events, Family Fun Guide

The Idaho falls Sister Cities Youth Delegation is gearing up for its annual Winter Carnival & SlitherFest set for Saturday, Dec. 29.

Learning to Ski and Snowboard Made Easy

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

What better place to learn to ski powder than at the resort that averages 500+ inches annually? Grand Targhee Resort’s unbelievable snow, terrain, and PSIA/AASI ski and snowboard instructors make it the best spot in the West to learn for any level!

Middle Ground Contest Results Announced

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

EIO Editor Kris Millgate has just drawn a lucky winner. Was it you?

Into Historic Idaho Falls

Articles, Best of IF, East Idaho Business, Education And Arts, Looking Back

There are 13 designated historic structures in downtown I.F. Two of our favorites are the former Idaho Falls Federal Building (the “Old Post Office”) and Kress Building, both located on Park Avenue.

Playing Hooky at the Idaho Falls Zoo

Articles, Education And Arts, Events, Family Fun Guide, Holidays

The Idaho Falls Zoo will host its 18th annual Winter Break Classes for children ages 5-13 on December 27, 28 ,31 and January 1, 2, and 3.

Scrumptious Spuds for the Holidays

Articles, Dining, Family Fun Guide

You'll love these Sweet Idaho Potato-and-Ricotta Latkes, made with creamy Ricotta cheese, orange peel zest and Golden California raisins.

Who We Are

Articles, Education And Arts, Looking Back

With a focus on local artifacts , planned museum exhibit aims to capture what makes Idaho – Idaho

EIRMC Tree of Hope Lighting Ceremony

Articles, East Idaho Health

The Idaho Cancer Center is hosting a special Tree of Hope Lighting Ceremony to celebrate the lives of people lost to cancer, and offer inspiration and support to those still battling.

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