REXBURG — Throughout July and August, every county in eastern Idaho surrounding Madison was yellow, or at "moderate risk," at one point or another.
Two elk hunters came face to face with a bear Friday morning south of Two Top Mountain in Island Park.
On Thursday, Lori Vallow’s attorney filed a motion requesting her trial be transferred to a new location “because fair and impartial jury trial cannot be had in Fremont County, State of Idaho.”
Vallow request to wear ‘street clothes’ is granted
Earlier this month, Sugar City Councilman Steve Davis moved to Idaho Falls thus prompting his resignation from the council.
Upper Valley school districts plan to start school this fall with various modifications resulting from COVID-19.
REXBURG — We are pleased to announce that Brigham Young University-Idaho will broadcast an online commencement service to celebrate and recognize our Spring Semester 2020 graduates. Elder L. Whitney Clayton, Senior President of the Quorums of the Seventy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latt…
On Monday Rexburg residents gathered at Kennedy Elementary for a candlelight vigil to celebrate the eighth birthday of J.J. Vallow. The vigil also served as reminder that J.J. and his sister Tylee have been missing since September, 2019.
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ISLAND PARK — The Sawtelle Mountain Resort is undergoing a facelift.
ST. ANTHONY — Thanks to the purchase of two St. Anthony Industrial Park parcels the city will pay off a $250,000 Development Company loan used to develop the park. The organization is also known as the East Idaho Planning and Development Association.
The eastern Idaho community has rallied around the Moser family ever since news of 5-year-old Jack Moser’s accident last week first started being shared on social media.
REXBURG – The Madison Veterans Service officer hopes to share a message of peace via his restored 1969 Vietnam War ambulance.
Madison Memorial Hospital respiratory therapist, Aaron Craythorn, is in New York treating COVID-19 patients at the Lincoln Bronx Hospital in New York. He has done so for the past six weeks and plans to be there for another month.
BOISE — Idaho will stay in Stage 4 of its reopening for another two weeks, Gov. Brad Little announced Friday.
An Idaho Falls woman has been charged with involuntary manslaughter after a 2-year-old child she was babysitting died when his head was caught between a card table and his playpen.
BOISE — With lots of questions over how people in Idaho will know if they’re showing symptoms of COVID-19 or the flu, state epidemiologist Dr. Christine Hahn announced this week that a single test will be available this fall to test for both.
Chan and Cathy Cabalo have a bumper crop of apples at their 6-acre orchard in Kuna this season, and they've never seen such a steady flow of customers coming to pick their own fruit.
POCATELLO — It was standing room only during the Pocatello-Chubbuck School District 25 Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday evening, which ushered in the end of a century-plus-long run for the Pocatello High School Indians mascot.
As smoke from blazes across the West Coast trickles into Idaho, eastern Idaho seems to be seeing only minimal effects thus far.
PORTLAND — Relief from putrid, dangerous air spewing from massive wildfires across the West won’t come until later in the week or beyond, scientists and forecasters say, and the hazy and gunk-filled skies might stick around for even longer.
NEW YORK — In a year when the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped countless American rituals, even the commemoration of 9/11 could not escape unchanged.
(AP) — The Lost Summer of 2020 drew to a close Monday with many big Labor Day gatherings canceled across the U.S. and health authorities pleading with people to keep their distance from others so as not to cause another coronavirus surge like the one that followed Memorial Day.
The man stood in front of the Christ the Redeemer statue in a hazmat suit, gloves, respirator and goggles. Two soldiers wearing face masks bowed their heads solemnly. Over a dozen more in full-body gear paused from disinfecting the popular tourist site overlooking Rio de Janeiro’s skyline an…
When leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints lift the temporary suspension of weekly worship services, Church members around the world will again enjoy the centrality of the meetinghouse to their Sabbath experience.
A video meeting hosted by Utah’s Alpine School District was hacked, revealing pornographic images to dozens of elementary school students last week.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has a new symbol to identify the faith. Church Prophet and President Russell M. Nelson announced it and explained its significance during the Saturday evening session of the April 2020 general conference.