Former INL researcher named to National Academy of Engineering


Dr. Frank Roberto, recently retired from Idaho National Laboratory (INL), has been elected into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE), one of the most prestigious distinctions an engineer can receive.

Portneuf Nurses Headed to the Rescue in New Jersey


Two Portneuf Medical Center registered nurses boarded an eastbound plane fully prepared to spend the next two weeks caring for COVID patients in New Jersey.

Appetizers Galore


Spring is an amazing time of year; it’s about rebirth, starting over and new beginnings. Along with spring comes one of our favorite holiday meals: Easter dinner.

An Anatomical Safari


Starting on June 18, Idaho Falls will become by far the country’s smallest city ever to host Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out.

The Delights of Diablas Kitchen


From her early stints in local food service, Deana Bowels Brower has learned a thing or two about the fine art of the custom dining experience. It all started with a catering gig for Vino Rosso. Since then, it has festooned into a festive, full-blown dini

Along for the Ride

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

Jessica Cobbley loves preparing others for the ride of their lives. In her work at Idaho National Laboratory, Cobbley works as an Advanced Test Reactor e-learning technologist. She spends her days finding ways to incorporate new technology like virtual a

Q&A with Dr. Dane Dickson


IFM staff sat down to speak with Dr. Dane Dickson from Teton Cancer Institute about the headway his research is making and the hope that his future collaborative efforts bring.

In Healthy, Capable Hands

Articles, East Idaho Health

How serious is Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center taking the threat of the novel coronavirus? These 9 fast facts help tell the story.

A Virtual Congrats to Standout Students

Articles, Education And Arts

Annual Idaho Falls Mayor’s Scholarship Awards set for April 1 at 7:15 p.m. on YouTube and Facebook.

Here Comes the Sun


Read our editor's column for the April issue of Idaho Falls Magazine and celebrate the arrival of spring.

INL Joins Equal by 30


Idaho National Laboratory announced it has signed on to Equal by 30, a campaign where public and private sector organizations work toward equal pay, equal leadership and equal opportunities for women in the clean energy sector by 2030.

Yellowstone's Role in Testing for COVID-19

Articles, East Idaho Health

National Geographic: Curious YNP microbe is now a key ingredient used in most of the tests being developed for COVID-19.

Quick & Easy Taquitos


Chef Jessica Hallam's taquito recipe is simple, quick and packed with flavor. It is also customizable depending on your family’s preferences.

Bingham Healthcare is Now Offering Telehealth Appointments


In addition to in-person visits, Bingham Healthcare is also scheduling telehealth appointments, which allow patients to visit with their doctors from the comfort and safety of their own home.

Springtime on the Trails


One of the best ways to get the adventure bug out of your system while staying somewhat local is through exploring nearby trails. IFM staff has compiled a few of their favorite trails and pathways to help you kick off your spring.

April 1: COVID-19 Update

Articles, CommuniTeam, East Idaho Health

President Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force have issued new guidelines to help protect Americans during the global Coronavirus outbreak.

The In-Betweens


Idaho Falls is fortunate to be able to enjoy all four seasons. Even though we live in a digital age, the transition between the seasons is rarely crisp and clean.

Springtime for Pasta


This pasta is light, fresh and packed full of tart lemon flavor. It is the perfect quick dish to brighten up these days as we get ready for summer. Asparagus is in season and complements this dish perfectly.