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Thanks to the vision of landowner, Al Davis, another stretch of the South Fork is forever protected. The Teton Regional Land Trust (TRLT) recently completed this conservation easement that builds on decades of conservation along the South Fork. The recently conserved property has been in Dav…

Mormon crickets, which have a place in the heritage of the pioneers that will be celebrated next week in Cache Valley, have made an unexpected appearance between the towns of Dayton and Oxford in Southeast Idaho’s Franklin County.

South Fremont started their district tournament Thursday after finishing the regular season 16-23 overall. They played Pocatello Pocatello Runnin Rebels in the first round. Pocatello beat Upper Valley 10-3. 

ST. ANTHONY — The Fremont County school patrons recently expressed interest in the Fremont School District creating a technical/vocational facility to jump start students’ careers. The survey also reported that most students planned for some type of post-secondary education.


An Idaho Falls man, who admitted to throwing and dropping his girlfriend’s 18-month-old son, causing serious injuries, has pleaded guilty to injuring a child, a felony, and infliction of great bodily injury, an enhanced penalty to the child abuse charge.

MADISON COUNTY — Recently there have been concerns about Norman Riley’s horses who live on Archer Road. After some investigation of the raised issue for more than a decade, in every case Riley was found to have met the “standard of care” required.

UPPER VALLEY — The National Weather Service in Pocatello issued a Red Flag warning for the area, indicating dangerous fire weather Friday morning around 3:20 a.m.


Idaho has submitted its waiver request to let some people who would be covered by Medicaid expansion stay on private insurance.


REXBURG – Pioneering business owners will be celebrated this month during the aptly named “Our Pioneer and Pioneering Merchants: The Heritage and History of Rexburg’s Commerce.”

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IDAHO FALLS — Holding an early lead for the first time on the home stand, the Chukars were in the catbird seat going into the sixth inning. Orem took the lead in the sixth, but Idaho Falls tied the game in the seventh on a Rhett Aplin RBI single. The Owlz retook the lead in the eighth, and t…