Local Talent Spotlight: Dalton Kohler

This town has its share of talented individuals. With my inv…

Jumping to the Challenge

Stacey Garitone grew up in both Idaho and California, but on…

Finding the Origins of a Hacker

Sarah Freeman works on puzzles. It’s part of her job at Idah…

Trash to Treasure

Lithium-ion batteries have led to a revolution in consumer a…

Melaleuca Turns 35

Officially launched on Sept. 1, 1985, Melaleuca has since gr…
Lifestyle

Thanksgiving Samosas

What is Chef Jessica cooking? Samosas are dough filled with potatoes, peas, onions and spices, then deep fried till golden brown.

Desert Memories

As empty as the land might look, there is a lot of history in Idaho Falls’ backyard: 890 square miles of land now called Idaho National Laboratory.

In Their Own Words

What did early residents think of Idaho Falls? Museum of Idaho staff compiled a range of accounts that show what early settlers thought of our city.

Winter Light Parade Hits Reverse

To comply with the Governor’s Stage 2 Mandate, Ammon's Annual Winter Light Parade will be held “reverse style."

A Continuing Legacy

True to form, Johnson Brothers, Inc. has met 2020 with optimism, energy and a can-do attitude, and even found events to celebrate along the way.

Eagle Rock Outlaws Fast Draw Competition

Local Gunfighters compete in this monthly competition.

A Historical Road Trip Across Eastern Idaho

Are you looking for an educational road trip? There are plenty of spots to visit close by where you can satisfy your adventurous spirit and learn a little more about our region.

Passing the Time

As you might expect, some of the first social entertainment options for locals included agricultural fairs, school and church activities and balls, all in place by the 1880s as families began to join the mostly male settlers who arrived here first.

A World of Good Eats

Did you know you can travel across the world in Downtown Idaho Falls? Restaurants across downtown provide the Idaho Falls community to escape the rut of everyday life and become immersed in a variety of cultures.

Business

Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel Hosts Annual Flag Raising

The Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel held a small ceremony to raise the flag in front of the casino property on Wednesday, November 11, 2020.

Melaleuca Awards $2.2 Million in Longevity Bonuses

Loyalty and longevity pay big dividends at Melaleuca.

John Wagner Named Idaho National Laboratory Director

Battelle Energy Alliance’s (BEA) Board of Managers announced today that John Wagner, Ph.D., will be the next director of Idaho National Laboratory (INL).

Local Couple, Firefighter Open Third Firehouse Subs in East Idaho

Firehouse Subs announces the grand opening of its third location in East Idaho under the ownership of Firehouse Subs Franchisees Chris and Natalie Morris.

Finding the Origins of a Hacker

Sarah Freeman works on puzzles. It’s part of her job at Idaho National Laboratory (INL). But the puzzles Freeman solves aren’t fun and games. They are serious; sometimes deadly serious.

INL reaches highest small business attainment in FY-20

Despite being an incredibly challenging fiscal year, FY-20 brought about INL’s highest small business annual subcontracting and purchasing.

Mayor Blad Donates $1,000 from Mayor’s Walking Challenge to Local Foundation

If you’ve noticed a little spring in Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad’s step, it's because he’s been walking for a good cause.

Imagine Idaho

A group of community leaders from across the state recently announced they are joining together to launch a campaign called Imagine Idaho.

2020 Distinguished Under 40 Award Nominations

The Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations from the community, for the Distinguished Under 40 Awards.

Falls Printing Ribbon Cutting

Falls Printing celebrated the opening of their new facility yesterday at an official ribbon cutting hosted by the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce.

Health

Hello Neighbor!

SelectHealth is opening a new office in Historic Downtown Idaho Falls. We are excited to be your neighbor and bring with us an array of experiences and health plans.

Just "Flu" It

It’s likely that flu viruses and the virus that causes COVID-19 will both spread this fall and winter states the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Physician’s at BMH Celebrate More Than 1,000 Orthopedic Mako Robotic-Arm Assisted Surgeries

Today, Bingham can proudly announce that their orthopedic surgeons are the first in Eastern Idaho to have performed more than 1,000 Mako procedures.

Emerging Technologies Helping Our Seniors

Let’s face it: As we enter our later years, we get set in our ways. Embracing something new can be challenging, and this is especially true with technology.

Local Hospitals Release Statement of Support

The phrase “flatten the curve” indicates a community-wide strategy to slow the spread of COVID-19, so as not to overwhelm the healthcare system.

Uniquely Serving Eastern Idaho

For families dealing with Alzheimer’s in rural communities such as Eastern Idaho, access to important resources and support can be difficult.

BMH Held Their Annual Brake for Breakfast

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, they held their annual Brake for Breakfast event: Wednesday, October 7, 2020, which started at 7 a.m.

Fall Prevention: Stay Safe at Home

There’s no place like home, especially if you want to stay safe and healthy while living there. Doing so can be as simple as giving your house a once-over to check for potential hazards.

Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign

Teton Radiology recently announced a partnership with the Know Your Lemons Foundation and the start of the Find the One breast cancer awareness campaign.