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Local Family Starts Fall Festival Tradition

Local Family Starts Fall Festival Tradition

Jordyn Haroldsen, contributing writer From corn mazes to haunted houses, there are some great attractions in southeast Idaho this time of year. For some less frightening fun, head to Treehouse Nursery’s Fall Festival in Rexburg. Max and Melanie Clements, owners of...

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Make Your Camping Dreams Come True by Going Glamping

Make Your Camping Dreams Come True by Going Glamping

Emily Buckley, editor in chief The idea of camping always sounds fun, especially for my five children spanning ages 1 through 9, but a few summers back I said, “No more!” Camping is hard for mom and dad -- the packing (tents, sleeping bags, warm clothes, summer...

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Top Summer Events in Southeast Idaho

Top Summer Events in Southeast Idaho

Jordyn Haroldsen, contributing writer Summer is a wonderful time to live in Southeast Idaho. Between the warm weather and the great outdoors, it seems there is always something to do. We’ve rounded up just a few of the many things to do this summer to keep you and...

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Melaleuca Freedom Celebration

Melaleuca Freedom Celebration

Tony Lima, marketing director,  Melaleuca Spectators will be delighted to watch the 25th Annual Melaleuca Freedom Celebration pack more than 17,500 shells into a 31-minute spectacular production. As measured by the number of shells fired into the night sky, this show...

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Fourth of July in Southeast Idaho

Fourth of July in Southeast Idaho

Melanie Christensen, contributing writer Independence Day stands out in July as the pivotal celebration of summer, of community and of freedom. It’s a day you can shamelessly stuff yourself with grilled hot dogs, kettle corn, expensive fireworks and frilly red, white...

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Visit Your Local Library this Summer

Visit Your Local Library this Summer

Courtesy of North Bingham County District Library Have you checked out your local library recently? We’re telling you, libraries have evolved in recent years. There is more than just books to check out and take home, although there are still plenty of shelves filled...

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Holiday Event Roundup

Holiday Event Roundup

November Race to Feed the Hungry  Nov. 24 Freeman Park Lights On Celebration Food-Drive Nov. 25 Mountain River Ranch in Ririe mountainriverranch.com  Forgotten Carols  Concert Nov. 25-26 Civic Auditorium forgottencarols.com Annual Festival of Lights...

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Caring and Sharing in the Food Pantry

Caring and Sharing in the Food Pantry

Shaelynn Miller, contributing writer  It’s 4 p.m. on a Wednesday at the Community Food Basket – Idaho Falls. The doors open to a line of people outside the building. The distribution process has started. Volunteers package three bags of food for each individual, place...

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