The Museum of Idaho is set to host a Museum Club series lecture meant to stir discussion on the compatibility of evolution and religion. The first and most prominent speaker, Jamie Jensen, Ph.D., associate professor of biology at Brigham Young University, is set to speak at 7 p.m. Friday at …

The Idaho Falls Women’s March will be held Saturday. Event organizers plan to include additional activities in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of the 19th Amendment granting women American women the right to vote.

WinterBrewFrom noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, the annual WinterBrew takes place at the Civitan Plaza. Brewers in attendance include Idaho Brewing Company and Snow Eagle Brewing. There will be games on the street with live entertainment by Jensen Buck and Almost Famous. Admission is $15 which inclu…

POCATELLO — Congressmen Mike Simpson explained his case against impeaching President Donald Trump following a press conference Thursday. He called the effort to impeach Trump “a sham” and said he thought the accusations brought against the president didn’t rise to the level of impeachable offenses.

POCATELLO — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Army Corps of Engineers and Congressman Mike Simpson announced a long-anticipated change to environmental regulations Thursday at Holt Arena amid a backdrop of tractors and combines for an agricultural equipment trade show.

For the second year in a row, a group of about 70 elk have wandered into the Sugar City area and temporarily stacked up against U.S. Highway 20 north of Rexburg.

The Idaho Falls Auditorium District plans to break ground soon on the Mountain America Center in Snake River Landing. The announcement came nearly nine years after the Auditorium District’s inception in 2011.

BOISE — The Idaho Legislature is fast-tracking a resolution commemorating the history of the Bonneville Hotel in Idaho Falls, hoping to have it in place in time for an opening ceremony at the newly renovated downtown landmark next week.

BOISE — A local lawmaker plans to introduce a resolution supporting the use of Native American symbols by schools and other groups and discouraging their removal absent “a careful and effective public process.”

On Monday, Dave Radford announced his run as a Republican for state representative in the Idaho House Seat 32B.

BLACKFOOT – Blackfoot attorney Justin Oleson has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery dating back to September for an incident that allegedly took place during the Eastern Idaho State Fair.

The Alturas Institute has announced that it will present to Frank and Belinda VanderSloot the John and Abigail Adams Award for their creation of a consumer protection fund to defend Idahoans from excessive attorney fees in medical debt collection cases. The couple will be honored at a dinner…

LAS VEGAS – During the National Potato Council’s 2020 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Britt Raybould, of Rexburg, was elected to serve as the organization’s 2020 president and to lead the council’s executive committee.

Despite the piles of snow so far this January — approaching 2 feet in town and three times that in the high country — the Idaho Department of Fish and Game says it has no plans for supplemental feeding of big game animals.

CHALLIS — Frank James said he was a firefighter for 15 years, so he knew he had only seven or eight minutes before his trailer on U.S. Highway 93 burned to the ground after the chimney caught fire on Jan. 4.

Seventy-one outstanding volunteers from throughout Idaho were honored as stars Wednesday by Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism, at Idaho’s Brightest Stars ceremony in Boise.

U.S. 20 West is expected to remain closed as law enforcement work to clean up spilled diesel fuel from a crash this morning.

Yellowstone National Park recorded its slowest year since 2014 last year, with visitation numbers dropping by a little more than 2% from 2018’s total.

BOISE — A joint memorial was introduced into the Legislature Wednesday urging the federal government to speed up the permitting process for an eastern Idaho mining company.

U.S. Highway 20 is closed to traffic between U.S. Highway 26, 19 miles east of the Butte City area, and Cinder Butte Road, three miles west of Idaho Falls due to multiple crashes and a fuel spill, according to the Idaho Transportation Department website.

With more snow expected and high winds in the forecast, newspaper delivery may be delayed Tuesday. The Post Register moved deadlines up an hour in order to give carriers more time to deliver the paper, but those living in rural areas should expect delays.