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  Life from death: Two Grace School District boys provide hope for others

For two students of Grace School District, an early end to their lives means a chance to live for others.

Grand Opening of Gypsy Tattoo

Located at 518 East Center Street above Outlaw Vapor, owners Matt Spencer and Cole Brunson sai...

Athlete of the Week: Riley Morris

American Falls High School softball player Riley Morris is Athlete of the Week.

Pocatello Mayor Visits Man who was Robbed During a Heart Attack

Frank Angley and daughter Kelsey said that the outpouring of support from the community and the c...

Chrome in the Dome

Charlie Coxe tells the ISJ about his 1937 Pontiac 2 Door Touring Sedan along with Wade Bailey and...

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  S.E. Idaho park nominated as one of the best places to fish in the U.S.

ABERDEEN — Sportsman’s Park was recently nominated as one of the best places in the United States for families to boat and fish.

Pocatello Street Department to continue crack sealing project

The City of Pocatello Street Operations Department will continue crack sealing streets on Monday, March 30, 2015 and continue through Friday, April 3, 2015. The streets to be sealed are as follows: Agate Drive; Emerald Drive; Garnet Drive; Jade Drive; Quartz Drive; Onyx Drive; Roy Street; Tanner Street; Sterling Street; Jessie Clark Lane; Avis Court; Dustin Circle; Jordyn Street; Chert Lane; and Amber Lane.

  How do you greet the King?

This Sunday is Palm Sunday. It is generally a time of great excitement in Christian churches, as the members reenact the day Jesus rode into Jerusalem, celebrated as the long-awaited king God promised to send to the people of the world. News of Jesus’ miracles, of his power, his love and his teachings had been gaining him more and more followers wherever he went. His arrival was coupled with the excitement and preparation to celebrate the Passover. Passover celebrated Israel’s deliverance from slavery in Egypt.

  Pocatello church to hold Palm Sunday, Holy Week services

POCATELLO — First United Methodist Church in Pocatello is inviting the public to participate in a spiritual journey in the upcoming week that will help them prepare for Easter and the celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection.
Firefighters find dead body while extinguishing field fire near Idaho Falls
Pocatello Police arrest report for March 27
Feds celebrate sage grouse deal with Oregon ranchers
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Hecla Mining to acquire Revett in $20M stock deal
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Committee boosts Idaho schools budget by 7.4 percent
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Idaho House OKs interstate federal lands transfer compact
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Autopsies determine children found in freezer were slain
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No pay for ex-inmate cleared in murder, but not other crimes
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Judge fines Washington florist over same-sex wedding flowers
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France says will propose UN Security Council draft on Israel
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Historical horse racing repeal passes House

BOISE — The Idaho Legislature’s historical horse racing repeal bill, legislation that emerged from committee without a ringing endorsement, crossed the legislative finish line strong Thursday on a 49-21 House vote. 

  Fort Hall man says BIA is admitting nontribal members

A Fort Hall man filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court on Monday alleging that the Bureau of Indian Affairs is admitting non-tribal members to the roles of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, and he wants the federal government to freeze funding to the Tribes until the practice is stopped.

  Boise man sentenced after sending obscene images to minor

BOISE — William Byron Chest, 41, of Boise, was sentenced to five years in prison and three years of supervised probation for the transfer and attempted transfer of obscene images to minors.

Some local counties see population increases while others lose

New U.S. Census Bureau population estimates showed some gains and some losses in local counties between 2013 and 2014.

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Peru: Thursday in Cuichiro — Organized chaos

Idaho Condor went to Cuichiro, Peru, in the Santiago District of Cusco. I'm exhausted and will let the pictures tell the story.

Peru: Wednesday in Poroy — A productive day

Idaho Condor went to Huaro on Wednesday, a town 90 minutes from Cusco.

Peru: Tuesday in Poroy — A busy clinic

Idaho Condor's buses turned off on a gravel road and parked on a steep slope filled with potholes. It was Poroy and the site of the volunteer organization's second clinic in Peru on Tuesday.

Peru: Monday in Poques — Idaho Condor's first clinic

Idaho Condor packed up and drove two hours outside of Cusco, Peru, to the village of Poques on Monday.

Peru — Idaho Condor arrives in Cusco

After a brief stay in Lima, Idaho Condor flew into Cusco, Peru, Sunday morning. Following a few tours, dinner and volunteers adjusting to an elevation of 10,800 feet, the group organized medical and dental supplies.
Ranuado goes 6 in Rangers' 7-6 loss to A's
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Column: Is Kentucky the greatest college team ever? Might be
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Notre Dame eyes history, shot at upsetting No. 1 Kentucky
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15-year-old American CiCi Bellis advances at Miami Open
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Aaron Hernandez fiancee discusses money, gun at murder trial
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  HS baseball: Day 1 over for local teams at Buck’s Bags

Blackfoot 6, Columbia 0

  Prep roundup 3-26-15: Snake River softball shuts out Teton, Panthers baseball rallies


  HS baseball: Marsh Valley makes short work of American Falls in 13-1 rout

AMERICAN FALLS — After the first inning, Kent Howell sent his team on a sprint from the dugout to the foul pole and back. The Eagles were making mental mistakes and failing to execute.

  ISU tennis: Stempien extends win streak to 8

Krzysztof Stempien continued to be the bright spot for the Idaho State men's tennis team as the Bengals fell 6-1 to Northern Arizona on Thursday afternoon at the Continental Country Club in Flagstaff, Arizona.

  Burgeoning Growth: ISJ girls basketball player of the year Maren Herrud

During a summer basketball tournament in Ogden, Utah, Highland coach Tony Green had to make a point.

  Girls basketball all-area 1A team

All-area 1A team

  Girls basketball all-area teams

First team

  Prep roundup 3-25-15: A.F. blasts Challis 20-11, Snake takes down S. Fremont 11-4


  Girls All-Area basketball coach of the year: Soda Springs' Wade Schvaneveldt

A third of the first 12 seasons coached by Soda Springs’ Wade Schvaneveldt resulted in state runner-up honors with four trips to play in the Ford Idaho Center.

  HS baseball: Snake River downs S. Fremont in offensive showcase

THOMAS — After Snake River’s 21-11 win on Wednesday, Panthers coach Rich Dunn joked that his team couldn’t kick an extra point or a field goal.

  Did Clery Act turn up info about story?

The police chief of Charlottsville, Va., says a story that appeared in Rolling Stone magazine describing a campus gang rape of a female student was untrue. Or maybe it wasn’t untrue, or maybe partly true, because his department was unable to decide.
  A sweet treat that will win over even the most discerning sweet tooth
It is no secret that my husband is a total sweet tooth. However, he is also very loyal to his favorites. Brownies are his favorite, followed closely by chocolate chips cookies. In other words, getting him to add to the repertoire can be a challenge, but it’s not impossible. My banana zucchini pudding cake has made the list and he loves it. What surprises me even more is that this treat isn’t over the top rich. It has just the right amount of sweetness. This pudding cake is very dense and moist to the point of not really being a cake at all. The banana flavor is perfect with the spices and the drizzle of almond glaze. It may sound like a complex dessert, but it is very easy to make. So, why not try a new sweet treat?

Adamcik's Evidentiary Hearing Postponed until After Memorial Day

Torey Adamcik's Evidentiary Hearing for Post Conviction Relief has been pushed back to May 27th.  It was to originally to be set on January 13th, then it was postponed until April 21st, and now it has been postponed again to May 27th.  The evidentiary hearing will focus on five different claims of ineffective assistance of legal council during Torey's trial.  

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