Idaho Falls People
Student in Action
The Veterans’ Memorial at University Place in Idaho Falls was dedicated one year ago on November 11, thanks to the efforts and support of the ISU-Idaho Falls Veterans’ Club and ASISU. Standing at attention with other student veterans for the unveiling was ISU student Jamie VanDyke. Jamie and her husband,
By Susan Morris
Givin' Meth the Boot
The Idaho Meth Project is excited to announce that Darius Rucker is coming to Melaleuca Field in Idaho Falls to help fight meth in Idaho. His Aug. 3 concert is sponsored by Mountain View Hospital.
Scoop Jam! This Weekend
Adventure in Fine Sushi
Bushido offers Japanese cuisine with a nice selection of sushi, noodles, tempura, and hibachi grill possibilities. But what sets the restaurant apart is the owner’s confident willingness to experiment with the art of flavor, presentation and theatrics.
By Jill & Nathan Barnes
On Parade Floating through 4th of July logistics
It’s the early curb sitter getting the best seat on the route this year. The parade themed, “America Honors the Spirit of Freedom,” is starting a half hour earlier to avoid rolling into the hottest part of the day. The number of entries has also changed in recent years, but the parade route is steadfast—Idaho
East Idaho Sports Network
A new era is born with East Idaho Sports Network (EISN). This brainstorm is on its way to fame as the ground floor business in webcasting high school athletics.
Nancy I. Butler
Many people, when they hear the term “modular home,” automatically think “manufactured home” or “on-frame modular home.” A true modular home is neither. True modular homes have all of the characteristics of stick-built homes and must pass the same code requirements as stick-built homes.
2011 Photo Contest Sampler
Sponsored by Perfect Light Camera & Supply and Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, the magazine’s second annual photo contest has delivered a number of surprises. Some of them, as depicted here, were in the Nature category...
2011 I.F. 50: Alexa Stanger
Some folks may argue that in tough economic times, the art-and-culture sector should be the first to face the fire when it comes to budget cuts. To at least some degree, the Idaho Falls community has been spared this dilemma due to public support and dedicated educators.
Submitted by Catherine Smith
Accomplished Under 40: Ryan Peterson
The Young Professionals Network--a growing association of up-and-comers in the Idaho Falls area, has recently completed its inaugural Accomplished Under 40 Awards program. This week, we’ll turn the spotlight on Ryan Peterson of Community Care.
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