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An Idaho Falls man who raped two girls was sentenced to prison Wednesday. [Read More]
An SUV crashed into a business near the Westwood Mall late Sunday morning. [Read More]
The Kind Community's 5th annual Kind Week Kick-Off Celebration will be held in partnership with Old Town Pocatello for the third year and includes closing... [Read More]
The Idaho Falls Chukars forced a third and deciding game in the Pioneer League championship series on Saturday, defeating the host Raptors 6-2 in Ogden,... [Read More]
BOYS SOCCER... [Read More]
Idaho State's club baseball team went 1-0-1 in Saturday's home doubleheader against Utah State, with a 7-7 tie followed by a 6-5 win at Halliwell... [Read More]
Whether by plan or bad luck, the Bengals ended up in the exact position many people thought they might - playing two quarterbacks, with neither... [Read More]
Idaho State volleyball ended the Washington State Cougar Challenge with a 3-2 loss to UT Arlington on Saturday in Pullman, Washington. The Bengals also dropped... [Read More]
Many gun rights supporters seem to take great pride in conducting Second Amendment audits. [Read More]
September 9-11-19 Idaho State Journal opinion, by Marvin McCall. [Read More]
Idaho voters enacted Medicaid expansion in November 2018. More than 60% of the voters felt the ballot initiative was the right thing to do for... [Read More]
There's a room of shadows that gets so dark brother. It's easy for two people to lose each other... [Read More]
Tags: Tunnel - Love - room
One-pan meals are a favorite at my house. They are easy to make and even easier to clean up. My oven shrimp bake has lots... [Read More]
Tags: One-pan - easy - healthy
Head Start is looking for adults who went to Head Start as kids to join them in the Idaho State University Homecoming parade. [Read More]
The Pocatello Parkinson's group will have its regular activities for this week. The weekly Move and Shout exercise class will be held Tuesday at 5... [Read More]
Idaho State University's Global Pocatello Association in collaboration with 2Great4Hate and Pocatello NAACP will host a World Café on Sept. 25 from 6:30 to 8:30... [Read More]
The Marshall Public Library is teaming up with Community Suicide Prevention and Southeastern Idaho Public Health for a display on a difficult subject. [Read More]
links on the right note comment periods on medicaid expansion, deadlines are Sept 22 for work requirement and Oct 12 for family planning.As noted in... [Read More]
Continuing the tradition of breaking records, the Eastern Idaho State Fair is proud to announce the completion of another banner year for the longest-running community... [Read More]
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