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Remember the fallen at the Pocatello Run to Remember

Idaho residents are lacing up for the annual Run to Remember.

The 170th temple of the Church is dedicated in Pocatello, Idaho

Many people gathered to witness the dedication of the Pocatello Idaho Temple.

Completed Pocatello Idaho Temple opens its doors to the public

The Pocatello Idaho Temple open house began with a media day for local and surrounding media personal.

“Knock the door down”

The Pocatello branch of the NAACP explains upcoming activities in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Church announces Pocatello Temple groundbreaking date

Church members and the general public will be able to view the Pocatello Temple groundbreaking ceremony live from their local meetinghouses.

Woman who falls in Snake River now missing

The Idaho Falls Police have since confirmed the incident along with the identity of the woman as Kayla Davis, of Pocatello.

Rexburg: safest city?

A recent report announced that Rexburg was nominated one of the safest cities in Idaho.

Idaho Falls Temple: a celebration for all

On June 3, more than 12,000 people will come together at the Holt Arena in Pocatello for the Youth Cultural Celebration of the Idaho Falls, Idaho Temple rededication.

Temple coming to Pocatello: Prophet announces 5 new locations

Millions of LDS members gathered on Sunday, April 2 to watch the 187th annual General Conference.  President Thomas S. Monson was the first speaker...

Five new LDS temples announced

Thomas S. Monson, president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, announced five new temple locations during the Sunday Morning session of...

Pocatello native getting ‘cruel, inhumane’ treatment in Venezuela

CARACAS, VENEZUELA – A Pocatello native remains in a Venezuelan jail after a scheduled court hearing was canceled Tuesday because the judge was a...

7th mosque in ID built in Pocatello

A new mosque opened in Pocatello on October 3, near Idaho State University at 1513 S. Fifth Avenue. Daniel Hummel, the General Secretary for the...

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