Before Wednesday, only one girl was believed to have broken 19 minutes on Freeman Park’s 5k cross country course.

A week later, Nick Floyd says he felt fine. Pitching on short rest, he was Idaho Falls’ starter in a one-game divisional round against Missoula, toeing the rubber in a must-win game for the Chukars, who were dealt a difficult hand headed into the contest. The night before, the club wrapped u…

At Gillette, Wy., the Idaho Falls Bandits took another step toward a repeat trip to the American Legion World Series with a 4-1 win Wednesday over Helena in the opener of the American Legion Northwest Regional.

The “Unsinkable” Molly Brown came by her nickname after surviving the sinking of the Titanic.

POCATELLO – Perhaps change is easier to grasp when it’s linear. Steady improvements make sense. Sudden shifts do not. And when those deviations come, it’s natural to want to point to one person, one event, one thing as the ignition. Something had to set off the chain reaction.

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Watching Idaho State is like playing with a Jack in the Box. You can spin and spin and feel like everything is dandy, but that clown head is looming. It is not a matter of if but when that spring will pop and a creepy figure will scare the bejeebers out of you.

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BUSAN, South Korea (AP) — Jin Young Ko couldn't quite manage an LPGA Tour scoring record for consecutive rounds in the 60s but her South Korean compatriots packed the leaderboard after the first round of the BMW Ladies Championship on Thursday.

Bryan Huntsman aced hole No. 1 at the Idaho Falls Country Club on October 7th. The 168-yard 5 iron shot was witnessed by Robert Huntsman, David Bishop, and Kelly Sayer.

The leadership for the new Idaho Falls Hockey Team is soliciting potential team names from the public in a naming contest presented by the Idaho Falls Auditorium District.

Rod Nelson used a 7-iron on Sage Lake’s No. 17 to ace the 147-yard shot. The hole in one was witnessed by Alan French, Tom Williams, Jody Boline, and Craig Jacobson.

Dennis Otteson had an albatross while playing hole No. 9 at Sage Lakes Golf Course (2 on a par 5) Double Eagle. Ron Hult, Larry Hardcastle, and Rodd Rapp were witnesses.

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