‘The Wall That Heals’ Visit to Blackfoot Postponed

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The Wall That Heals event that was originally scheduled to occur in Blackfoot, Idaho on Sept. 24-27 has been postponed.

A Day in History

Articles, Looking Back

On August 28, 1891 Eagle Rock became Idaho Falls.

The Idaho Falls Farmers’ Market

Articles, Events

The Farmers Market isn’t going anywhere!

Signing Off

Articles, East Idaho Outdoors

Through elections and earthquakes, fires and floods, 9-11 and COVID-19, Karole Honas is the anchor you know for your news.

Two K-9 Officers Join Ranks of Pocatello Police Dept.

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A pair of four-legged officers are now on the streets with the Pocatello Police Department (PPD).

Eagle Rock Outlaws Fast Draw Competition

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Local Gunfighters compete in this monthly competition.

Coalition of Idaho Charter School Families Launch Campaign to Highlight Idaho's Virtual Charter Schools

Articles, Education And Arts

The Coalition of Idaho Charter School Families (CSF) announced a campaign to highlight the experts in online education, Idaho’s Virtual Charter Schools.

EIRMC Offers Free Consult-A-Nurse Service

Articles, East Idaho Health

To bring peace of mind, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center offers a free Consult-A-Nurse service.

Idaho Falls Parks & Recreation Partners with HOA, Installs New Playgrounds

Articles, Discover Idaho Falls, Discover Idaho Falls: Parks and Recreation

Children of Idaho Falls have two new areas to recreate thanks to the City of Idaho Falls Parks and Recreation Department and a partnership with a local homeowners association.

Support Students in Coming the School Year

Articles, Education And Arts

Idaho Business for Education is launching a new phase of its Close the Divide campaign to get computers and internet service to students who do not have these learning tools at home.

Idaho Falls Power Upgrading Power Meters

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Residents around Idaho Falls may notice representatives from Idaho Falls Power (IFP) doing work on their electric meters in the near future.

Free Photography Lessons for Students

Articles, Photography

Christopher Balmer is offering free photography classes online to all senior and junior high students

In Remembrance Of

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Every year thousands of veterans make the journey to Washington, D.C., in order to see for themselves the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, but there are thousands more veterans who are unable to see this remarkable memorial.

Name Origins of Idaho Falls Area Schools

Articles, Looking Back

Learn the origins of names of Idaho Falls area schools.

Say Hello to Alturas Prep

Articles, Education And Arts

Earlier this year, Alturas Academy announced they would be expanding their services from grades K-5 with a high school that will instruct students grades 6-12 with the opening of Alturas Prep.

Yellowstone Bear World

Articles, Family Fun Guide

Few people can say they’ve lived through the experience of getting up close and personal with a bear and live to tell the tale.

Looking Up, Looking Forward

Articles, Events

Social distancing has put the kibosh on our weekly street party at Civitan Plaza for the rest of 2020.

Tickets for the Gem State Pro Class Rodeo

Articles, Events, Family Fun Guide