Crowd celebrates with Idaho Falls Pride at Chukars game

The Pride booth at Saturday’s Chukars game attracted a steady stream of visitors and donations for hours. Hundreds of fans adorned themselves with pride flags, stickers, t-shirts and hats. | Grace Hansen, IDAHO FALLS — Idaho Falls Pride hit a homerun with their first sponsorship of a Chukars game Saturday. Thousands of people showed … Read more

First annual Shiny Side Up Motorcycle Rally a success, organizers say

A view of the training course at the first annual Shiny Side Up Motorcycle Rally at Hillcrest High School in Ammon on June 19, 2021. The rally, put on by Idaho State Police and Grand Teton Harley Davidson, offered cornering and accident avoidance maneuvering training to anyone with a motorcycle. | Kalama Hines, AMMON … Read more

Construction project begins Monday on Sunnyside Road in Idaho Falls

Stock image Editor’s note: The following news release was originally published on May 26. IDAHO FALLS – Sunnyside Road from Eagle Drive to just west of Woodruff Avenue will be under construction beginning June 7. There will be significant traffic delays, with lanes reduced to one lane in each direction. Drivers are encouraged to use … Read more

Bonneville School District to seek multimillion dollar levy renewals Tuesday

Justin Benziger, IDAHO FALLS — The largest school levy request on Idaho ballots this election cycle will be a rerun in two respects. On Tuesday, Bonneville Joint School District 93 will ask voters for the same amount per year that its two expiring levies provide. A two-year $5.8 million supplemental levy ($11.6 million in … Read more

Your thoughts on nuclear energy? ISU and INL are giving away gift cards to find out

POCATELLO — Research teams at Idaho State University in Pocatello and Idaho National Laboratory in Idaho Falls want to survey east Idahoans to find out their knowledge, opinions, and values when it comes to nuclear energy and preparedness. To do it, they have created this survey, and are asking for as many participants as they … Read more

Why this mother of 4 hopes you’ll ‘Drink one for Dane’ to help fight a disease that killed her husband

IDAHO FALLS — Since Wyatt Rees passed away 17 months ago, his wife, Mindy Rees, has continued raising awareness for ALS – the disease that took her husband at the age of 35. Wyatt battled ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) for over five years when he died. He could not speak, eat, walk, swallow, or move … Read more

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