East Idaho Business

Pocatello’s Glass Recycling Program Collects 1,000,000 lbs. of Glass

Over 500 tons of glass are getting a second life thanks to the City of Pocatello Sanitation Department’s glass recycling program.

Annual Idaho Falls Parade Sets Return for July 3

The Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce announced the “Liberty on Parade” will take place this July to celebrate Independence Day as a community.

Perks of Idaho Living

Populations of people are fleeing from large cities for reasons like environment and politics, and have been doing so for quite a few years.

Idaho Falls Power Installs “End Poles” for Heritage Park Project

Idaho Falls Power has set two large, steel power poles along the Snake River near Sunnyside Road.

Melaleuca Freedom Celebration Returns in 2021

Melaleuca CEO Frank VanderSloot promises that the 28th Annual Melaleuca Freedom Celebration will be bigger and better than ever.

Lisa Burtenshaw to fill Vacant City Council Position

Lisa Burtenshaw named as the replacement to fill previous City Councilwoman Shelly Smede’s vacant City Council position.

Idaho Falls Downtown Development Welcomes Gibby Smede as Social Media/Marketing Specialist

mede will be responsible for communications and social media campaigns to promote downtown Idaho Falls.

Opening Day at Zoo Idaho Slated for April 3

Zoo Idaho’s opening day for the 2021 season is set for April 3.

A Community Difference

The Mountain America Center is a once in-a-generation chance to dramatically enhance the community outreach, education and entertainment opportunities of Eastern Idaho.

Choose Your Own Adventure

R.D. Sortor and Mandi Hamilton have created an app they hope will help you to get out from behind the screen and connect.

Shopping at Lyn’s Ladies and Babies Shoppe

Lyn knew early on that she was somehow destined to be involved in the sales field when she grew up.

John Kociolek Joins Bank of Idaho Wealth

John Kociolek has taken a position with Bank of Idaho as a Vice President and Trust Officer.

Idaho Falls Power Recognized as Reliable Public Power Provider

Idaho Falls Power has been awarded a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3) designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service.

Prepare and Protect

In April 2020, the U.S. government initiated Operation Warp Speed.

Digital Engineering to Advance Nuclear Energy Deployment

Digital engineering is a game changer for nuclear energy.

Idaho Site Historical Artifact Proves Invaluable for Modern Radiation Safety

The INL site is also home to a rich history that has shaped the lab’s work.

Finding Peace at Yoga London

Yoga London recently celebrated a year of business in Idaho Falls and is the only studio in the area to provide the full hot yoga experience, where you can exercise in a room of around 90 degrees plus 20-40% humidity.

Purveyor of Precious Things

As a longtime staple of the Idaho Falls business community, Ingram’s Jewelers has beat the odds and secured its place as one of the region’s most renowned providers of fine jewelry and related services.

2020 Festival of Trees delivers Holiday cheer to Development Workshop

Faced with challenges from the pandemic, the 2020 Festival of Trees committee was forced to pivot and stage an online event last November.

Community Invited to Share Video Memories of IF

The City of Idaho Falls Imagine IF campaign has released a community survey for residents, now in both English and Spanish.