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Drive & Drop was a success! Thanks to everyone who made it possible.

Looking Back, Moving Forward

Articles, Events, Family Fun Guide

Not Just Another Day in the Park

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide

A recent report from the NPS tallied up 601,777 visitors to national parks in Idaho last year. That translates to nearly $30 million in dollars spent, plus 495 jobs and a cumulative benefit to the state of $36.9 million.

The Gift of Giving

Articles, East Idaho Business

In celebration of the Grand Opening of his new office, Kevin King, local financial advisor for Edward Jones, is giving 50 people the opportunity to experience the ultimate gift -- the gift of giving to others.

East Idaho Spring Sweepstakes Series

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Outdoors, East Idaho Weddings, Events, Family Fun Guide, Photography

Home & Garden Giveaway

Free Aerial Yoga Classes for Parents of Special Needs Children

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This class is free to the PARENTS of childrens with disabilities. Must text 221-2685 to reserve a space as spots are limited to the amount of hammocks available. This is Elevation Floating Fitness’s way of honoring parents who worry about everyone but themselves. Let us honor you for 1 hour while you leave your worries at the door and do something great for your body & your mind. This class will offer a fusion of antigravity skills (no experience required) as well as networking with other parents of children with disabilities. Class length 1 hour

Drive & Drop

Articles, Events

This year’s Drive & Drop will be in the parking lot of Albertsons (590 E. 17th St., Idaho Falls) on April 23, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We are looking for canned goods, nonperishable foods, household cleaning supplies and basic hygiene items.

Middle Ground: Name the Place

East Idaho Outdoors

The center spread of East Idaho Outdoors magazine is called Middle Ground. It’s the one place in the publication where you can win outdoor gear. Results are in for the Spring/Summer 2015 issue. And the winner is…

Big Money for MOI

Articles, East Idaho Business, Family Fun Guide

One of the best things about the Museum of Idaho has also been one of the most disheartening: so much to show, but not quite enough space. That challenge might be history thanks to a whopping quarter-million dollars in donation money.

Berrnanza

East Idaho Outdoors

Summer vacation at Bear Lake is even sweeter when you indulge in what grows around the water. Bear Lake’s famous camby raspberries are harvested in late July. Perfect timing for the line of tourists at every diner and drive-in ordering raspb

Glamping

East Idaho Outdoors

Tradition runs high in the season of heat when families circle their wagons around Bear Lake. Some of them literally now that there’s a new meet-in-the-middle lodging option nestled comfortably between cabins and campers. Glamping. “I love to c

Eagle Accident

East Idaho Outdoors

East Idaho Outdoors first showed you the storm-related death of two bald eagles last summer. The Idaho Falls nest collapsed killing the eaglets just a few weeks shy of flying. Rebuild had a 50-50 chance. The 50 is in our favor. The adult pair

Wet ‘n Wild 100: Surviving the Middle Fork of the Salmon River

East Idaho Outdoors

The Middle Fork of the Salmon River is 100 miles of undammed, undeveloped wild in Idaho’s Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. It’s a fishing, hunting, hiking, rafting paradise. Only seven groups a day are permitted to be on the rive

Poking the Bear

East Idaho Outdoors

Grouse are drumming on a nearby log. Cranes are calling in the distance. A lone truck is parked under the pines west of Island Park. The engine goes quiet and three hunters get out. One of them is Travis Arnold. He tightens his shin-high boots, pu

Illegal Eagles

East Idaho Outdoors

It’s the mud season in eastern Idaho. The reservoirs are filling, the ground is greening and the birds are back. The birds are the reason researcher Michael Whitfield is in the woods. “Every spring there’s that anticipation of seeing if such an