Tautphaus zoo introduces new African lion cub -- along with a special four-legged foster parent
Startup teams from the University of Idaho continue to score top honors and cash to help fund their business ideas, bringing home more than $36,000 from regional business competitions.
After a fair amount of speculation, Snake River Landing has officially announced details on it new 9,000-square foot entertainment and special event facility, set to open this summer.
Lab employees will be recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in research development and for supporting INL’s mission.
The Falconaires Jazz Band is coming to perform in Idaho Falls in April.
The Idaho Falls Public Library offers 13 story times each week.
A new National Park Service report shows that nearly 700,000 visitors to national parks in Idaho spent $30.8 million in the state in 2016. That spending resulted in 525 jobs and had a cumulative benefit to the state economy of $39.7 million.
Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center will be presenting a seminar titled "Teen Rebellion: Is this Normal?" on Thurs., April 20 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Taylorview Junior High
Two east Idaho schools have been awarded an Ultimate STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) grant, worth up to $10,000, to enhance and supplement their STEM learning.
An interview with Neal Larson and Rebecca Adams, authors of the book "Living In Spin."
Idaho Falls magazine sat down with Darryl Harris, author of Abby’s Crossing, and discussed several of his books that he has written, including "Abby’s Crossing" and "Finding Zarahemla."
2017 Idaho Falls Earth Day set for Saturday, April 22
Idaho Falls magazine's annual food drive will be April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
A menu and atmosphere worth searching for
Check out the Idaho Falls Arts Council’s April 13 presentation of Northwest Passages. It’s the latest in an ongoing theatric series called Living Voices, set for 7:30 p.m. at the Carr Gallery.
It’s tough to beat the majestic parks of Idaho Falls, but don’t overlook the opportunities just a stone’s throw from town. For one of the more overlooked recreational jewels of eastern Idaho, check out North Bingham County Historical Park.