Melaleuca Turns 35

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

Local Talent Spotlight: Dalton Kohler

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

Going the rounds at Bob’s Indoor Golf

When the weather cools around early October, however, it’s G…

The Celt Family

The Celt is a staple of downtown Idaho Falls. The restaurant…

Discover Idaho Falls: Culinary Arts

Cooking food is an art form that we in Idaho Falls love to appreciate. One of the best ways to enhance your culinary experience is by visiting one of many local restaurants.

United Way for Education

During these ever-changing times, we remain especially concerned about the resources available and the financial stability of our ALICE population.

Discover Idaho Falls: Bushido Academy

Bushido Academy teaches practical self-defense that anyone regardless of size, strength or age can use to keep themselves or others safe.

Idaho Falls Magazine's 2021 Person of the Year

Idaho Falls Magazine is proud to announce the beginning of a new tradition in 2021 -- Idaho Falls Magazine's Person of the Year.

Idaho Falls Festival of Trees Ribbon Cutting to Happen Nov. 16

The Idaho Falls Festival of Trees will be living up to this year's theme, "A Christmas to Remember."

Eagle Rock Outlaws Fast Draw Competition

Local Gunfighters compete in this monthly competition.

Discover Idaho Falls: Local Gyms

Working out is a necessity for everyone, but with a wide range of options in Idaho Falls it can be hard to find the perfect fit. Whether you’re looking for a gym with the basic necessities, round-the-clock classes, or a trainer to help you organize your f

Idaho Falls in Autumn

The weather here in Idaho has already begun cooling down to prepare for autumn. Spend less time trying to decide on what to do by picking one of the following fun fall activities!

Waterfalls of Southern Idaho

One of the best things about Southern Idaho is the abundant amounts of nature that surrounds the area.


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.

Kelsi’s Kitchen

Who wants to eat chocolate while still feeling healthy? Kelsi’s Kitchen provides a healthy alternative to your favorite chocolates, packing in all of the taste with fresh ingredients you won’t regret consuming.

Idaho Falls Auditorium District Update

Despite the impacts of COVID-19 on tourism and the corresponding impact on Idaho Falls Auditorium District tax receipts, the Mountain America Events Center is still moving forward.

INL Announces Latest Webinar in Industry Engagement Series

This month, INL’s Small Business Program will host a webinar on the energy industry supply chain with a focus on supply chain risk management.

Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel Fall Update

Shoshone-Bannock Casino Hotel will be hosting Traditional Country artist, Joe Nichols, live, on stage inside the Chiefs Event Center this Sunday October 4th.

Building a Future at SRL

Excited for the forthcoming Mountain America Center at Snake River Landing? Unfortunately, plummeting bed-tax revenues from the pandemic have put the project on hold.


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.

New Bridge Increases First Responders’ Access to Idaho Falls Community Hospital

First responders have a new, direct route to bring patients to Idaho Falls Community Hospital from 25th Street.

Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat’s Life-Saving Medicine

Professionals such as Dr. Mark Capener, owner of Alpine Ear, Nose & Throat can improve someone’s daily experience with a number of life-changing procedures.

Keeping Families Close

The Ronald McDonald Family Room (RMFR) has one goal in mind, and that is to keep families together.