Madison bounced back from their loss to 5A juggernaut Meridian by topping Boise 73-58 to claim third place in the Idaho 5A division Saturday.
North Fremont bounced back from Friday’s streak-breaking loss to blast Wendell 56-40 and secure the 2A third-place trophy Saturday.
NAMPA – Madison needed a furious fourth-quarter rally against Meridian in Friday’s 5A semifinal and senior Taden King did all he could.
EAGLE—North Fremont fell 45-43 to St. Maries in the 2A state semifinals Friday after the Lumberjacks’ Colby Renner hit a deep 3-pointer at the buzzer.
Madison County’s mask order from Eastern Idaho Public Health will be lifted in just under two weeks, following improved and stable hospital capacity after near-critical levels during fall 2020.
Two Star Wars clone troopers strolled down Second East on Friday much to the bemusement of passerby.
North Fremont began their two-time 2A title defense with a 53-44 win over West Side at Eagle High School Thursday.
Special Prosecutor Rob Wood has asked the Seventh Judicial Court to exclude two witnesses, who conducted telephone surveys about missing children’s defendant Chad Daybell, from testifying on Daybell’s behalf during his change of venue hearing.
A Sugar City girl took home two gold medals and a silver medal in the Special Olympics Winter Games. The event marked the return of Special Olympics competition after a pandemic-induced hiatus.
Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on March 3, 2021. Updated at 3:43 p.m. with comments from Boise State University President Marlene Tromp. Legislators came up with budget numbers for the state’s higher education system — and sliced $409,000 from Boise State University’s bottom line.
Quilts often tie one generation to another, says the Museum of Rexburg: Home of the Teton Flood Exhibit curator Alisha Tietjen.
The Rexburg Police Department is requesting help to locate a missing juvenile runaway.
Sugar-Salem School District 322 is holding a supplemental levy election on Tuesday.
The St. Anthony Senior Citizens Center will soon open its doors to provide meals for seniors once again.
The Sugar City Council is urging residents to take and return its “City Public Survey 2021” by Thursday.
POCATELLO — Seventy-four yards, Tyler Vander Waal to Tanner Conner, touchdown.
Bald eagles aren’t a strange sight in Bear Lake this time of year, but the numbers showing up recently have caught the attention of park rangers.
The first 1,825 days — or first five years — of a child’s life are the most important in a child’s development.
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