Jaelin Kauf made the podium in her first World Cup moguls stop of 2019.
Come watch the best of the best this weekend at Skyline Lanes with the start of the Youth/Adult Tournament. The High 5 tournament, with the girls and boys high 5 teams bowling against the women and men high 5 teams, is set for 1 p.m. Saturday.
Jaelin Kauf resumes her FIS Freestyle World Cup competition schedule this weekend after a holiday break.
This is the last weekend of the WM Construction/Java Express three-person mixed tournament at Bowl-ero Lanes.
Grab a couple friends and come bowl the WM Construction/Java Express 3-person mixed tournament held Saturday and Sunday and Jan. 12-13 at Bowl-ero Lanes.
A familiar name to the Teton Valley is atop the FIS leaderboard for women’s moguls thus far in the 2018-19 season.
Idaho Falls High School’s Zach Erikson had always wanted to compete in a national championship cross-country meet in high school, and his wish was fulfilled over the weekend in San Diego.
This is the last weekend of the 7, 8, 9 Pin No Tap Tournament at Skyline Lanes. Grab a partner and come join the fun!
This weekend makes back-to-back weeks of holiday themed road runs for Bill’s Bike & Run.
Grab a partner and come bowl in the 7,8,9 pin no-tap tournament this weekend at Skyline Lanes.
After being involved with the event in various capacities over the years, Doug Swanson is now helping organize the Michael and Wendy Hays Race to Feed the Hungry.
Tickets are available for Saturday’s induction of Kay Hunting into the Idaho Falls Bowling Hall of Fame. Tickets can be purchased at either bowling center and are $15.
First tournament of the year ... Come bowl the Ryan Ellis Construction Best 3 of 4 singles tournament at Skyline Lanes.
Ashton teen cyclist Kelton Williams ended last cyclocross season on a high note at his third consecutive USA Cycling Cyclocross Nationals in January in Reno.
Kay Hunting, a longtime bowler in Rigby and Idaho Falls, will be inducted into the Idaho Falls Bowling Association Hall of Fame next month.
BOWL-ERO LANESSLICK CHICKS (Sept. 5): Lauri Barrie (168) 185-512, Vicki Skinner (121) 151, Louise Wilmot (120) 163 SLICK CHICKS (Sept. 12): Sue Mendel (131) picked 3-6-7 SURVIVORS: Stephanie Wilding (147) 188, Candy Elliott (116) 148-408, Conchita Crane (131) 170, Diane Clark (119) 159-420, …
The 36th annual Logan to Jackson (LoToJa) Classic, the nation’s longest single-day USA Cycling sanctioned road race, featured several eastern Idaho cyclists.
The second weekend in September is approaching, meaning it is LoToJa time again.
According to the latest Idaho high school football state media poll, 4A District 6 continues to be one of the best conferences in Idaho.
RIGBY—As participants entered the water to begin the sprint triathlon at Saturday’s annual Multisport Weekend at Rigby Lake, event director Gray Augustus had a few final pointers to share.