The College of Eastern Idaho has been known as the Falcons for years, but until recently they did not have a live version of the animal.

Cole Fryar received his learner’s permit late last week. The 14-year-old was moving from Ammon to Shelley this summer and wanted to make sure he was able to start driving before he attends Shelley High School.

Jefferson Joint School District 251 plans to welcome back students on Sept. 2 as the district on Monday announced the safety measures and alternate plans that will be in place for the 2020-2021 school year.

Bonneville Joint School District 93 held a job fair Tuesday to find applicants for some of the district’s behind-the-scenes positions heading into the school year.

A summer camp designed as a crash course for high school students interested in cybersecurity is moving to a fully digital classroom this year.

Idaho Falls School District 91’s board of trustees approved a budget Wednesday night which included more than $2 million in cuts and established ways for high school students to appeal grades from the last trimester.

Taylor's Crossing Public Charter School has announced Seth Boyle as its new superintendent and lead athletic director for the next school year.

In between failed attempts to pass a plant levy in March and May, Swan Valley School District applied for a number of state and federal grants to make repairs at the elementary school over the summer.

Two months after Skyline's senior class had its last day of in-person school, students got a chance to see their teachers and friends again Wednesday night.

Brigham Young University-Idaho and the other universities in the BYU system are turning down almost $54.2 million in federal funding that they could have gotten under the federal coronavirus relief bill.

Leadership and service are two qualities that come to mind for Hillcrest High School Student Council Adviser Amanda Wade when she describes senior Jacob Hoover.

Two Idaho Falls High School students who won big at the regional science fair in late February will compete in an international virtual fair next week.

College of Eastern Idaho is replacing its traditional graduation ceremony with an online stream, along with a smaller in-person ceremony for nursing students and a field of recognition outside the school.

The College of Eastern Idaho and Western Governors University announced a new partnership Thursday to make it easier for students and staff members to continue their education beyond the two-year college.