Blackfoot Makers Market scheduled for SaturdayAn outdoor craft market is set for 8 a.m. Saturday at Paisley Cakes, 1800 E. Airport Road in Blackfoot.
Eastern Idaho regional health officials on Thursday punted a decision to mandate masks until a later date, instead deciding they would soon vote to recommend face masks, which health officials already have been urging for months.
CALDWELL — Lindo Gama, 25, graduated from The College of Idaho this spring with a degree in international political economy. She was an international student in Caldwell for four years from the Kingdom of Eswatini, formerly Swaziland, a country in southern Africa.
Editor’s note: This story was written before the Idaho Falls City Council met Thursday to consider making face masks mandatory.
Advocates for a ballot initiative to boost education funding in Idaho by raising income taxes on corporations and the rich plan to start gathering signatures again early next week.
Fire crews worked through the night Wednesday and early Thursday to contain a wildfire about 20 miles west of Idaho Falls.
The City of Rocks National Reserve has big plans for its big challenges.
Road work continues on the Old Pass Road in the Teton Pass area east of Victor beginning today and finishing up next week.
Two U.S. Supreme Court rulings this term could have big ramifications for Idaho.
Originally published July 8 at magicvalley.com.
The Bureau of Land Management in Pocatello is seeking comments on a proposed mountain biking trail system on the east side of town.
Museum officials will hold a “Save the Iona Historical Museum” event this Saturday to raise money for the facility. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 5293 Rockwood Ave. in Iona.
In 24 hours, two car crashes in eastern Idaho led to deaths, according to reports from law enforcement.
The Idaho Falls Rotary Club announced Wednesday that it is canceling the 2020 Duck Race.
BILLINGS, Mont. — A U.S. appeals court said Wednesday that a federal judge was right to restore protections for about 700 grizzly bears in the Yellowstone region of the Rocky Mountains, after federal officials sought to turn over management of the animals to states that would have allowed th…
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.
The Idaho Conservation League will be holding the third session of its four-part webinar series on conservation issues next week focusing on climate and public health.
The Idaho Falls Rotary Club has decided to cancel the 2020 Duck Race.
Idaho Falls City Council on Thursday will consider making face masks mandatory in public spaces, as a growing number of Idaho cities are doing as the state’s COVID-19 caseload soars, according to an agenda posted on the city website on Tuesday evening.
FORT HALL — Three people were injured on Tuesday afternoon in a collision between a car and a freight train on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes said.
BOISE — For a time in Idaho, it seemed like the worst of the coronavirus pandemic could be over. After an initial onslaught of confirmed cases in the spring, by June numbers had dropped to a point that state leaders felt comfortable allowing businesses to reopen and life to get back to nearl…
Montana wildlife officials have moved a male grizzly bear caught at a campground near Hebgen Lake last week to a wildlife facility in West Yellowstone.
Much of the Idaho Legislature will start to meet again soon to weigh some of the questions that have come up in relation to the coronavirus pandemic.
Anglers in the Shelley area will have more opportunities to catch fish after 1,000 rainbow trout were recently planted in the Shelley Pond.
A Blackfoot man was ordered to pay $1,800 in fines and provide 100 hours of community service after a plea agreement related to numerous wildlife violations dating back to 2007.
The annual late-summer writers’ camp for high school students held at Harriman State Park has been canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SPOKANE, Wash. — At least eight people, including three children, were killed when two airplanes collided over a scenic mountain lake in northern Idaho, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said Monday.
Firefighters quickly contained a wildfire near Hamer on Friday and another, larger one near Howe is partially contained but still burning.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the survivors of a fire that left four people hospitalized Sunday.
The Idaho Attorney General’s office is urging a federal judge to deny a request to clarify how the state will implement a new law limiting changes to people’s birth certificates.
Idaho Falls, ID: At 5:40 a.m. on July 5, 2020, the Idaho Falls Fire Department and Idaho Falls Police Department were dispatched to a structure fire located on the 1000 block of Terry Drive in Idaho Falls. The call came into dispatch from one of the neighbors who stated that the garage door …
Q: A guy I hired cheated me, and now that I’ve asked for my money back, he says that his company is no longer in business and he doesn’t owe me anything. Is that true?
Dr. Reema Singh is set on staying in and caring for patients in Idaho.
To help conserve cutthroat trout, officials from the Gardiner Ranger District and Custer Gallatin National Forest are planning to replace two culverts on Yellowstone River tributaries this summer.
The Idaho Falls Regional Airport on Thursday introduced its latest, patriotic addition: a sign just before the baggage claim area, thanking veterans for their service.
The Idaho Governor’s Salmon Workgroup meeting will meet again this Wednesday and Thursday in a video conference to discuss ways to save salmon and steelhead spiraling toward extinction.
POCATELLO — Southeastern Idaho Public Health officials confirmed 11 new COVID-19 cases within their region on Friday and warned that customers of two local bars may have been exposed to the virus.
BOISE — The Ada County treasurer and coroner are responsible for death and taxes in Ada County, but also work together when people who pass away have no one to look after what they’ve left behind.
Families looking to take in Idaho Falls’ art are seeing their options broaden after months of closure.
Editor’s note: On the eve of the United States of America’s 244th birthday, the Post Register is republishing the Declaration of Independence.
The body of an Idaho State University professor missing since last week was found in the Hidden Meadows area in Glacier National Park in Montana, park officials said.
Idaho is short more than 186,000 digital devices needed to provide access for students and teachers, and local officials are working to bridge that gap before the fall semester.
Two ‘80s movies to be shown at Motor-Vu
The Fourth of July marks the celebration of the American freedoms written into the Declaration of Independence 244 years ago. The Post Register asked David Adler, Ph.D., a constitutional scholar and author from Idaho Falls, for his thoughts on the significance of the document given the signi…
It’s clear that testing for COVID-19 in eastern Idaho has improved.
The Howe Peak Fire is approximately 1,000 acres and growing. The fire is moving north along both sides of Highway 33 towards Howe, Idaho. Butte County Sheriff is evacuating Howe. Highway 33 is closed from Howe to the junction of Highway 26. Rocky Mountain Power has shut off power to Howe. Fi…
Below are two press releases that Hunter Public Relations in New York sent out this week on behalf of Idahoan Foods:
The Idaho Falls Fire Department has purchased new decontamination systems to use at each of the city's six fire stations.
BOISE — Boise officials condemned violence and racist language from pro-law enforcement counterprotesters who crashed a Black Lives Matter protest Tuesday night.
Grand Teton National Park is temporarily closing the unpaved section of the Moose-Wilson Road for dust abatement work starting early Tuesday.
With three new COVID-19 cases being reported Wednesday in Teton County, the mayors of Victor and Driggs are looking to require the public to wear masks in light of the spiking numbers across the state.
Reports that Russia offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan are "grossly inaccurate," according to the chairman of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The cleanup contractor at the U.S. Department of Energy desert site west of Idaho Falls has finished processing the liquid waste there known as “squeezeants.”
An Ada County delegate who brought several resolutions to last week’s Republican state convention supporting major changes to law enforcement says he hoped they could at least start a conversation.