This weekend, up to 1,000 American flags will be flown at Freeman Park, including many that have been sponsored in recognition of service to our country.
You carefully construct a comfortable campfire everyone wants to visit around. Now add sensational smores to the circle and watch sticky sweetness liven up the most haggard of campers.
According to the Grand Teton Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Pop singer Alex Boye' will be performing at the Friday evening Jamboral Show on May 20 at 8:00 p.m. at Camp Stolworthy (just outside of Firth).
Check out this behind-the-scenes video of the wild ruckus when caught in a wildfire.
The Wes Deist Aquatic Center will kick off the summer swim season by offering free swim lessons on Sat., May 14 for children, ages 3-15.
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
Sage Grouse at INL have cause to celebrate this spring. Last fall, site workers planted sagebrush seedlings to help rebuild critical habitat in the wake of wildfires. So far, the results look promising.
EIO staffers teamed up with High Mountain Adventures for an action-packed ride up to Mt. Two-Top -- just one of dozens of trails open to ATV enthusiasts in the Island Park area.
Giving small amounts to help others is the concept behind “Idaho Gives,” the fourth annual statewide giving day on May 5. On that day, you can donate as little as $10 to an Idaho cause or charity, via your computer, tablet or smart phone.
Randy King, author of Chef in the Wild, adapts a Basque pork dish, solomo, for use with antelope.
Drive & Drop was a success! Thanks to everyone who made it possible.
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.
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.
Home & Garden Giveaway
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.