East Idaho Business

Pocatello Lead Safe & Healthy Homes Program Awarded Over $2.6 Million from HUD

The City of Pocatello’s Lead Safe & Healthy Homes program is getting another boost from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Food Champions Take Top Honors

This year, winners were chosen for the 9th annual Best Fair Food Awards from four categories.

Idaho Falls Regional Airport to Kick Off Year-Long Master Planning Process

The Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) held a kick-off meeting on Tuesday, August 31 to mark the beginning of a year-long process of updating their master plan for the future of the airport.

Citrus Pear Co-Founder Recognized as Young Registered Dietitian of the Year

McKenzie Rockwood was recently recognized as a 2021 Young Dietitian of the Year by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Mothers’ Lounges at the Eastern Idaho State Fair

If you’re the mother of a newborn, don’t worry, you won’t have to miss out on attending this year’s Eastern Idaho State Fair!

CAES Unveils New Laboratory

The Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) is pleased to announce the opening of its newest laboratory.

Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad Donates $1,000 from Mayor’s Walking Challenge to Zoo Idaho

Last Monday, Mayor Blad presented Peter Pruett, Zoo Idaho Superintendent, with a $1,000 donation.

Four INL employees named national ‘Top 100 Under 50 Emerging Leaders’

The award recognizes talented professionals who have made tremendous leadership impacts in their companies and communities.

Highpoint Cider Opens Taproom in Victor, Idaho

Highpoint Cider announces the opening of its new taproom in Victor, featuring the best handmade hard cider in the Tetons.

Teaching machines to find critical facilities for emergency response

Critical infrastructure in the United States is increasingly interdependent and interconnected.

Fit for Duty

To see them endure the rigors of a Spartan Race, you might think Shannon Havins and Heather McVey have steeled themselves to ultimate toughness, but there’s a lot more to it than that.

Becoming a Star

Idaho National Laboratory’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) is currently undergoing an extensive review process to maintain its Star status.

From a Small Town to a National Impact

As he prepares to retire in October and transition to emeritus status, Steve Hartenstein, INL’s chief science officer for National and Homeland Security research, reflects on his 36-year career.

INL Director John Wagner: Looking to Deliver Results

A product of the Show-Me State, Wagner became INL director in December 2020.

Kevin Josephson Receives American Numismatic Association Presidential Award

In June, Kevin Josephson was presented with the American Numismatic Association Presidential Award by Steven K. Ellsworth.

Idaho Falls Power Recognizes Anheuser-Busch for Energy Efficiency Award

Idaho Falls Power recently recognized the Idaho Falls Anheuser-Busch Malting Plant.

City of Idaho Falls Launches Second Round of Imagine IF Community Engagement

Got an opinion on Idaho Falls’ Future? If so, the City of Idaho Falls Community Development Services Department might just pay you for it.

Keeping Trees Away From Power Lines

There has been a concerted effort in Island Park during the last few years to mitigate fire danger in the area.

Idaho Falls and Idaho National Laboratory: A Historic Past, a Bright Future

Idaho National Laboratory has been part of the Idaho Falls area for 71 years.

Parks & Rec Reminds Residents Not to Mark, Save Space for Parade Prior to July 3

City locations along the parade route include the Aquatic Center and Tautphaus Park.