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Spicing Up Fall

Articles, Family Fun Guide

This well-spiced cake with a rich caramel apple filling and smooth creamy frosting perfectly complements any autumn meal.

Charity Chief

Articles, East Idaho Business

Community Food Bank – Idaho falls has announced the selection of David Manson as the new Executive Director of the city's Community Food Basket.

Great Food, Great Cause

East Idaho Health, East Idaho Weddings

Charity fundraiser set for Thursday at Dixie's Diner

It's All Downhill from Here

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Events, Family Fun Guide

Looking for the perfect way to kick off the snowy season? Head to the Colonial Theater Oct. 28 and check out Line of Descent, a new cinematic celebration from Warren Miller.

Tricks, Treats & Tigers, Oh My!

Articles, Events, Family Fun Guide

Boo at the Zoo showcases a huge array of lights and lighted displays, dozens of decorations, nightly costume contests, crafts, games and trick-or-treat stations.

Story Time for Children

events

The Idaho Falls Public Library offers 13 story times each week.

On Key at the Colonial

Articles, Events

The Idaho Falls Arts Council is pleased to present Jon McLaughlin on Nov. 2 at the Colonial Theater at 7:30 p.m.

Seeing the Light(s) at Freeman Park

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Events, Family Fun Guide

Freeman Park's annual Festival of Lights display opens to the public on Nov. 24. The tour will be open daily from 6-10 p.m. through Christmas Eve.

Refuge Rehab

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

The Henry’s Creek Fire blackened nearly 53,000 acres in August 2016. Now the Tex Creek Wildlife Management Area is making an amazing comeback.

Heat on the Go

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

Hours of ice cold soaking for four insulated bottles of boiling water. See the Heatability test for CamelBak, Human Gear, Hydro Flask and YETI here...

Dredge Queen

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

More than 850 miles from the Pacific Ocean, fishery restoration effort seeks to make a better home for Chinook on the Yankee Fork of the Salmon River.

Chopper vs. Cheatgrass

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

In late summer, 2016, nearly 75 percent of Tex Creek Wildlife Management Area went up in flames. As the area recovers, land managers now face a new foe: cheatgrass.

Catching Up with the Past

Articles, Events, Family Fun Guide

Here's a blast from the past for local high school pigskin fanatics. Remember this photo from the 2010 Emotion Bowl nail-biter?

Magic Relief

Articles, Dining, Events, Family Fun Guide

Watch closely: Members of the American Magic Guild, Society of American Magicians and International Brotherhood of Magicians will present a fundraiser in Idaho Falls to benefit the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Jumping for Joy at I.F. Raceway

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide

Motorcycle and ATV enthusiasts will now have more than seven miles of riding trails on 400 acres at Idaho Falls Raceway – just minutes from downtown Idaho Falls

Creations in Clay

Articles, East Idaho Business, Home And Garden, Videos

Walk into Lily’s Too on Park Ave. and it’s obvious that the store offers more than thrifty clothing options. The trendy boutique is now, among other things, the perfect way station for an amazing collection of ancient-style clay pottery.