Art You Can Sit OnThe inside story of how Idaho Falls enlivened its downtown and greenbelt with the results of competitions for artist-designed benches.
By Carrie Getty Scheid
High AnxietyHesitantly, the author agrees to accompany a group of strangers on a climb to two of Idaho's three highest mountain peaks.
By Mike Cothern
On the Trail of SasquatchDeep in the woods, she found herself following something large. And then it was following her. What does science say?
By Khaliela Wright
Givens Hot Springs–SpotlightDescendants of the family that homesteaded the hot springs in 1881 own the springs, which also has attracted a community of retired pilots, who brought along their aircraft.
By Dianne Buchta Humble
Look, There’s a CrowBy Havilah Workman
Amidst the FallsBy Michael Vogt
Idaho at Large
Bucket Lists Are for WimpsBy Steve Carr
Spirit DogBy Elizabeth Sloan
Still the HammockBy Jenny Emery Davidson