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Center of Attention: IFAD, Meet MACU

Articles, East Idaho Business, Family Fun Guide

Auditorium district teams up with credit union in naming the new Mountain America Center.

Healthy Meal Prepping with Citrus Pear

Articles, Dining, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Health, Family Fun Guide, Home And Garden

McKenzie Rockwood's Citrus Pear runs successfully throughout Utah and Idaho, bringing healthy meals to hundreds of families.

Job Opening at Youth Arts Centre

Articles, East Idaho Business, Education And Arts

IFYAC is on the hunt for an experienced choir director.

Kudos for INL as top Employer

Articles, East Idaho Business

INL named "Best of the Best" top employer by Professional Woman’s Magazine.

Not Just Another SmartAsset Opinion

Articles, East Idaho Business, Home And Garden

2019 online study puts Idaho on top for home ownership.

Giving Back in Bingham County

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Health

In addition to $657,281 given to Bingham County, BMH also contributes $2 million+ in community benefits each year.

Spring Onto Broadway

Articles, Best of IF, CommuniTeam, East Idaho Business, Education And Arts, Events, Family Fun Guide

Head on over to Chesbro Music from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 18 for the 6th annual Spring Onto Broadway event. Great music, great food and all for a great cause!

More Big Box Development for Idaho Falls

Articles, East Idaho Business

After years of pining, Idaho Falls residents are finally getting their wish. The Idaho Falls City Council has unanimously approved plans for a Costco.

Drive Up. Drop Off. DONE!

Articles, East Idaho Business, Events, CommuniTeam

Idaho Falls magazine is gearing up for our 10th annual Drive and Drop – a unique one-day charity drive in cooperation with Alberton's, Rich Broadcasting and Idaho Falls Earth Day.

Idaho Falls in the Spotlight

Articles, Best of IF, East Idaho Business

Chamber of Commerce publication promotes our city to the world for relocation, recreation, business and more.

New Deputy CIO for INL

Articles, East Idaho Business

Diedra Hollins brings over 20 years of experience in technical leadership in the information technology (IT) industry, including strategic planning, talent management and evolving IT operational environments.

Idaho National Laboratory Turns 70

Articles, East Idaho Business, Looking Back

On Feb. 18, 1949, the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission made a decision that has had a lasting positive impact on the nation: It decided to build the National Reactor Testing Station (NRTS) in eastern Idaho.

'My Artrepreneur' Program Comes to Idaho Falls

Articles, East Idaho Business, Education And Arts

Passion meets profit thanks to an exclusive course by the Idaho Commission on the Arts and The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho.

Shoshone-Bannock Celebrates Casino Completion

Articles, East Idaho Business, Events, Road Trips

In 2016, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes broke ground on its 85,463 square foot casino addition. Today, the Tribes and Casino Hotel staff are celebrating the project's completion.

New Head for Yellowstone Tourism Group

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Outdoors, Family Fun Guide, Road Trips, Videos

Kathy Pope voted in as new chair for Yellowstone Teton Territory

Into Historic Idaho Falls

Articles, Best of IF, East Idaho Business, Education And Arts, Looking Back

There are 13 designated historic structures in downtown I.F. Two of our favorites are the former Idaho Falls Federal Building (the “Old Post Office”) and Kress Building, both located on Park Avenue.

A Vibrant Future

Articles, East Idaho Business, East Idaho Weddings

Staker Floral, once known as Staker Photo & Floral back in 1957, has deep roots here in Idaho Falls and has been providing a much-needed service for over 60 years.

Saturday Celebration at Civitan Park

Articles, East Idaho Business, Events, Holidays

Check out the annual tree lighting, a visit from Santa and more this Saturday starting at 3 p.m.

More Bang for Your Wallet

Articles, East Idaho Business, Home And Garden

Idaho residents pay an average of $343.71 for utilities per month, making us No. 1 on the list of least expensive utilities in the nation.

IFDDC Secures Funding for Downtown Projects

Articles, East Idaho Business

"This funding will maintain the great momentum we have downtown with the development at The Broadway, the renovation of The Bonneville Hotel and many other renovations taking place in the core of downtown Idaho Falls,” said Catherine Smith, executive dire