A Day in History

Articles, Looking Back

On August 28, 1891 Eagle Rock became Idaho Falls.

Name Origins of Idaho Falls Area Schools

Articles, Looking Back

Learn the origins of names of Idaho Falls area schools.

Trunk Tale

Articles, Looking Back

It’s not just you. Studying the history of Idaho Falls, one can’t help but notice that a number of significant stories across the decades feature the same shifty character: wind.

Come for the Whiskey, Stay for the Cowboy Justice

Articles, Looking Back

If you make only one stop in Eagle Rock on your trek through the territory, Dick Chamberlain’s saloon is a good option.

Old Structure, New Era

Articles, East Idaho Business, Home And Garden, Looking Back

Historic gem finds new life in the heart of downtown.

NEW Special Section: Discovering Downtown

Articles, Best of IF, Events, Family Fun Guide, Looking Back

Explore the treasures of our city's historic heart with the Idaho Falls Downtown Development Corporation

Pages in Production

Articles, Best of IF, Education And Arts, Looking Back

The November issue of IFM is landing in a mailbox near you.

A Connection to History

Articles, Education And Arts, Family Fun Guide, Looking Back

Learning a lost art with the Weaving, Spinning, and Fiber Arts Guild of Idaho Falls.

A Spudtacular Celebration

Articles, Events, Family Fun Guide, Looking Back, Road Trips

September festivities return to Shelley for the 91st annual Spud Day.

Trunk Tale

Articles, Looking Back

That time when unruly elephants stampeded through Idaho Falls

A Workshop for Opportunities

Articles, Best of IF, CommuniTeam, Looking Back

Idaho Falls organization celebrates 40 years empowering the community.

A Field of Honor in Idaho Falls

Articles, CommuniTeam, Events, Family Fun Guide, Holidays, Looking Back

Memorial Day weekend at Freeman Park will mark another awe-inspiring display of patriotism with 1,000 U.S. flags flying atop 8-foot poles in perfect rows, all leading up to the Vietnam War Memorial.

Our Powerful Past

Articles, Looking Back, Road Trips

The Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I) Atomic Museum serves as an insight into the history of nuclear energy in Idaho and the United States.

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.

Back in the Day: Eastern Idaho History

Articles, Looking Back, Photography

In the images of Quincy Jensen (1922-93), the mid-20th century remains as brilliant now as it was in person.

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.

Who We Are

Articles, Education And Arts, Looking Back

With a focus on local artifacts , planned museum exhibit aims to capture what makes Idaho – Idaho

A Veteran's Day to Remember

Articles, Events, Holidays, Looking Back

Friday ceremony to honor those who served and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI