With winter just around the corner, seasonal road and area closures are being posted by land managers for eastern Idaho.
While it remains to be seen how negotiations will play out over the next year, Minor League Baseball officials are worried about how losing teams like the Idaho Falls Chukars could affect the future of the sport.
The dusty, winding, washboard access road leading to Palisades Reservoir is now fresh, smooth blacktop after work was completed this fall.
POCATELLO — Nathan Chandler initially dismissed the instant message from a man claiming to be a Food Network executive as a scam.
BOISE — Gov. Brad Little on Tuesday issued an executive order that temporarily legalized interstate transportation of industrial hemp through Idaho, as a stopgap until the Idaho Legislature can address the issue more permanently.
Some Brigham Young University-Idaho students are pushing back against the university’s decision to stop accepting Medicaid as an acceptable health plan to waive the school’s student insurance policy.
An Idaho Falls’ family business will appear on the television show “Start Up USA.” Featuring Oswald Service & Repair, the episode will premiere at 11:30 a.m. Sunday on the Idaho PBS World Channel. Idaho Public Broadcasting will air the episode in January.
Idaho Falls is soliciting requests for architectural or engineering firms interested in designing a new police station for the city.
U.S. Rep. Mike Simpson joined more than 100 of his colleagues Tuesday in urging Major League Baseball not to move forward with plans to cut ties with 42 minor league teams in the 2021 season.
BOISE — Inmates are sleeping on the floors of county jails by the dozens in Boise, Twin Falls and Pocatello, state lawmakers learned Monday, for lack of space in the jails and lack of money to expand them.
Idaho Humanities Council opens application period for major grantsThe Idaho Humanities Council is inviting grant applications supporting projects involving Idaho residents that focus on literature, history, philosophy, art history, archaeology and other humanities disciplines.
POCATELLO — An expanded FBI facility in Pocatello will fill a vital role toward protecting the nation's security, top bureau officials said during a Monday morning ribbon-cutting ceremony for the additions.
The contractor that runs Idaho National Laboratory is looking for private partners to build the first new test reactor in the United States in decades.
While many people complained about October’s record-cold temperatures in eastern Idaho, one hardy segment of the population was packing fishing gear and heading north.
The manager of the Idaho Cleanup Project is moving on to a new job with the U.S. Department of Energy.
Idaho Falls could lose its minor league baseball team if Major League Baseball goes through with a proposal that was floated recently.
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When Amy Pratt found out about Reclaim Idaho’s effort to get Medicaid expansion on the ballot in Idaho, she knew she wanted to help.
When lawmakers gather in Boise in January for the 2020 session, one of the big issues on the table will be how to pay for Medicaid expansion going forward.
Fifty-eight percent of the number of Bonneville County residents who are known to be eligible for Medicaid expansion already have signed up.
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Something is killing some of Idaho’s last remaining single-leaf pinyon pine trees.
The National Park Service wants to bring the world’s oldest national park into the 21st century by installing indoor Wi-Fi networks in developed areas for visitors and employees.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Idaho is home to many veterans and currently-serving members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have demonstrated exemplary military service during their careers. On Veterans Day 2019, U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) launched a new monthly social media feature to highlight an …
‘Matilda’The Civic Center for the Performing Arts, 501 S. Holmes Ave., will be filled with feelings of Broadway with the performance of “Matilda” by the Idaho Falls Youth Arts Centre. Showtimes are at 7:30 p.m. today, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday. There also will be a matinee performance at …
BOISE — Idaho is facing a public health crisis from vaping, the state Board of Health & Welfare declared Thursday, and the board is calling on Gov. Brad Little to consider a comprehensive array of options to address it, including possibly banning flavored e-cigarettes.
BOISE — Idaho is in need of roughly 9,000 employees to work for the U.S. Census Bureau as census takers.
Idaho’s state health care exchange is in the middle of open enrollment.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 489 completed construction on seven free library boxes that will be placed in parks around Ammon during the spring.
It was a warm May afternoon in 1977. A 23-year-old Jay Hildebrandt waited at the Twin Falls Greyhound station, scanning his eyes down the road.A moment later, the bus from Boise pulled up, and the driver handed him a roll of film. Five minutes of film to be exact. It was all the Twin Falls K…
CNN’s HLN network will examine the 2015 disappearance of an Idaho Falls 2-year-old in an episode of its new investigative series Real Life Nightmare.
The Idaho Falls City Council is considering whether to regulate electric scooters in the city.
Macy’s in the Grand Teton Mall and Make-A-Wish Idaho teamed up to make an Idaho Falls teen's dream come true.
Brigham Young University-Idaho has stopped accepting Medicaid insurance to waive the student health plan, and so far the university won’t say why.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Pocatello Temple is starting to take shape and now has much of its steel frame in place.
On Jan. 25, four snowmobilers were riding some of the Snake River Range’s most challenging terrain northeast of Palisades Reservoir.
The College of Eastern Idaho is hosting three days of events for a new Cyber Career Awareness Camp. The free events are meant to spark an interest in cyber-related jobs among local middle and high school students through two days of games and a mock career fair.
The frustrated tourist stalled in the long bison jam in Yellowstone National Park is more likely to be a repeat visitor, according to a newly released survey.
The Challis wild horse roundup concluded Monday with the Bureau of Land Management gathering 295 horses during its seven-day operation.
The number of children who don’t have health insurance has been increasing. And it has been increasing faster in Idaho than the rest of the country.
POCATELLO — A district judge has awarded $1.1 million in legal fees to the attorneys who litigated a class-action lawsuit regarding illegal fees on utilities collected by the City of Pocatello.
BOISE — Attorneys representing a Colorado-based company suing the Idaho State Police for seizing a shipment of hemp in January are pointing to new federal rules governing hemp production and transport to bolster their legal arguments.
A fall fundraiser by students at Alturas International Academy students collected more than $4,000 for hurricane relief through the American Red Cross.
Q: I am considering buying a piece of real estate. The seller wants to give me a quitclaim deed, but I’ve been told to insist on a grant deed or a warranty deed. What are the differences between these kinds of deeds and why does it matter what kind of deed I receive?
Editor's note: The information on the Happy Holiday Eating presentations has been updated to correct pricing for the Apple Athletic Club events.
Delivery of the Sunday print edition of the Post Register could be significantly delayed.
“Just about everything I have now is because of the military,” said Daryn Moorman, a retired Naval officer who served in Afghanistan in 2008.
Skating at the Joe Marmo/Wayne Lehto Ice Arena begins at 5:30 a.m. on most weekdays with practices for youth hockey travel teams, which range in age from 11 to 18 years old. It ends no earlier than 10:15 at night, with some games in the adult hockey league scheduled to finish as late as 11:45 p.m.
The Ammon City Council has moved forward with a controversial annexation and zoning for a neighborhood expansion after the neighborhood’s current residents set up a compromise with the developer.
Scott Switzer, the chosen 2018 South Fork Artist-in-Residence, will unveil the products of his residency at the Willard Art Center on Nov. 21. The residency is part of a Bureau of Land Management program. A panel chosen by the BLM selected Switzer due to his talent and public outreach propos…
Outdoor journalist and founder of Tight Line Media, Kris Milgate, will share stories and video at the Southeast Idaho Fly Fisher’s November meeting in Pocatello.
Heads-up Henry’s Lake ice anglers, Mother Nature is up to her tricks and she could get you into trouble.
Idaho Department of Fish and Game officers are seeking information about a bull elk shot and left on private property in Swan Valley this past week.
It was Friday night before Halloween at the Spud Drive-in Theater near Driggs and kids were stoked for the trunk-or-treat and the costume contest before the movie. The kids included 12-year-old Victor resident Kai Jones.