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Four distances to choose from for every age and ability. Participants receive a tshirt, an award, a swagbag and breakfast.
Class times will be July 17-August 9 on Wednesday from 2-6pm and Fridays from 8am to noon. Cost is $125.
Acoustics on the River is an informal jam session that will connect you with hobbyist that share a love for playing. This is free for anyone 16+, there is NO electricity provided for this event.
Starting June 3rd it's FREE Fishing at Ryder Park. Idaho Fish & Game will be onsite with poles, worms, and a warm welcome. No fishing license required while participating in this program, during the event hours
Fall softball registration is right around the corner, deadline will be July 24 with games starting the week of Aug. 12. This is for men's league and co-ed recreation league. We have online registration available
Desert Eagles Model Airplane Flying Club is offering an airplane building experience. Your child will be able to assemble, paint and detail their own model airplane. Pre-registration is required due to limited space. On-line registration is available.
Load up the family and head to Freeman for a night of fun playing games and watching "How to Train you Dragon 3" Movies are shown at the Freeman Park Bandshell and start at dark and free to the public
This is a 6 week program to help your 3-6 year old learn about football. Simple techniques are taught with the help of parents. This is a fun and educational way for you to help your child learn. Keep in mind no games are actually played.
NEW Divisions available for the 2019 Volleyball season. This year we will offer girls from 2nd through 7th & boys 4th grade up to 7th. Variations have been made to promote skill development such as lowering the net, move the service line & two serves
Officers were able to locate the room on the second floor and gain entry where they found a pile of bath towels on fire in the room.
This summer, the Idaho Falls Police Department has launched a new pilot program for motorcycle officers. Two officers who are part of the Traffic Unit have swapped their patrol vehicles for motorcycles.
What is community-oriented policing? How are we growing and becoming better? What are we doing to keep up with changing crime and public safety needs? What are our plans for the future?Come to a presentation tomorrow for answers to questions like these.
Local businessman Wyatt Pickering received a call late Thursday afternoon asking whether he and his company could help with the American Towman Spirit Ride. Even though it was only a few hours away, Pickering answered without hesitation, “Absolutely.”
Three of the them signed off for the final time on Wednesday, June 27th.
Idaho Falls Police Chief Bryce Johnson announced the promotion of one new Lieutenant and three new Sergeants.