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Is There A Conspiracy To Remove ISU Landmarks From Pocatello

  First the Ben­gal tiger was removed from Reed Gym, now the iconic “I” on Red Hill in Pocatello has been deemed unsafe and will be removed as well. What is going on with ISU land­marks in Poky?



Are You True To Your School

What if you went to Pocatello High School and your chil­dren go to High­land?  Are you a Tiger that mar­ried a Griz­zly?  How do you han­dle those cross town rival­ries in your own home?



Riverfest This Weekend

RIVERFEST  The com­mu­nity of Pocatello has cel­e­brated the cre­ation of the local Green­way trail sys­tem with River­Fest every year since 1992 . This annual event offeres a diverse vari­ety of activ­i­ties and enter­tain­ment for every­one young and old. This fun event is free to the com­mu­nity and raises vital funds for Green­way Trail cre­ation through […]



Is It Bigfoot

  A strange sight­ing by some high school stu­dents near Pocatello has Sasquatch hunters com­ing to south­east Idaho. The stu­dents were on a school project near the west fork of Mink Creek south of Pocatello, when they say they saw a dark fig­ure watch­ing them from a ridge. One stu­dent grabbed his cam­era and caught a glimpse. […]



Pocatello's Field Of Heroes Gets National Attention

Pocatello’s Field of Heroes was fea­tured on NBC Nightly News.  See the video here. You can help with clean up, which begins today, or find out how you can be involved next year at www. idahofieldofheroes.org



Art For Food

Art for Food is an annual cel­e­bra­tion for the Pocatello “Mayor’s Awards for the Arts” — rec­og­niz­ing indi­vuals and cor­po­ra­tions for their con­tri­bu­tions to art in the Pocatello com­mu­nity. Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad plans to rec­og­nize this year’s recip­i­ents on Thurs­day, Octo­ber 13, 2011. This event is hosted by the Idaho Food­bank, 555 South 1st […]