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Name the Place

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Photography, Road Trips

Winners announced in the 2018 Spring/Summer Middle Ground contest.

Are You a Tater Head?

Articles, Dining, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Health, Events, Road Trips

For the first time ever, the Idaho Potato Commission is hosting a "Tater Team" sweepstakes for an all-expenses-paid trip to a major summer event.

East Idaho Community Photo Contest

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Photography, Education And Arts, Road Trips

Got a great photo to share for the Idaho Falls magazine’s 10th Annual East Idaho Community Photo Contest? Send it our way by October 31, 2018!

Digging in for Local Bike Trails

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Road Trips

Saturday at 10 a.m., volunteers will start paving the way for a mountain-bike trail system on the southern end of Ryder Park.

Answering the Call

Road Trips, Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

Ready for a road trip? The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has its annual World Elk Calling Championships set for March 16 to 17 down in Sandy.

Wandering for Waterfowl

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Events, Family Fun Guide, Road Trips

Kids and their families will enjoy identifying waterfowl species at Harriman State Park while enjoying a day in the snow. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Refuge Rehab

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Road Trips

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.

Dredge Queen

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Road Trips

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.

Coming Up at Craters

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Road Trips

As summer moves into autumn, come on out and enjoy the nice temperatures and sparse crowds in your national park. The campground remains open and accessible until the road is covered with snow.

Senior trip? What a Rip

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Road Trips

Reports that the National Park Service will be raising prices for senior lifetime passes has prompted many online applications, creating a backlog of between 20,000 and 80,000 applications.

Just Another Fish Story

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Photography, Road Trips

Snap. Crackle. Pop. That's not the sweet sound of my morning cereal. That's my fly line breaking on a recent trip up the Henry's Fork.

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