get more for current print subscribers

  • Full Digital Access
  • Tablet & Smartphone Access
  • e-edition: Standard Journal Digital Replica


*For current print subscribers


Recent News

  • Updated

The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting that nine earthquakes shook southeast Idaho Tuesday evening. Upper Valley residents reported feeling the earth move and Facebook lit up with their remarks.

  • Updated

The Idaho High School Activities Association, in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is announcing that the mandatory suspension/postponement of activities, which was set to end on April 5th, will continue through April 20th. This new date aligns with the recommendations that came from…

Salmon, Idaho – The health and safety of our visitors and staff remains the number one priority of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). In accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the state of Idaho public health officials, the BLM will temporari…

  • Updated

A 1997 Madison High School grad spent last week biking down the Florida Coast hoping  to raise awareness and funds for Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. His efforts netted the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society $10,000.


The economic effects of coronavirus and a crude oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia continue to be felt around the world and here in the Gem State – Idaho gas prices dropped by 14 cents in the last week, and the U.S. average for regular gasoline is about to fall under the $2/gallon mark.

  • Updated is reporting that Lori Vallow-Daybell used her late husband Charles Vallow’s credit card to buy a wedding ring just weeks before marrying new husband Chad Daybell and about a month after her children J.J., 7, and Tylee, 17, went missing.

BOISE — Gov. Brad Little is waiving the weeklong waiting period for unemployment benefits, and moving millions of dollars to an emergency fund to bolster Idaho's fight against the novel coronavirus, he announced at a Friday press conference. 

  • Updated

The St. Anthony City Council declared a local disaster emergency during its March 26 meeting to acquire funding from the state when necessary and align with state and county government.

  • Updated

(BOISE)—The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) remind the public to refrain from all nonessential open burning activities as communities respond to the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes …


President Russell M. Nelson invited members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and others to participate in a worldwide fast on Sunday, March 29, to plead with the Lord for “physical and spiritual healing” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Support local journalism

Now, more than ever, the world needs trustworthy reporting—but good journalism isn’t free. Please support us by subscribing or making a contribution.