POCATELLO — Matt Zabriskie, a Salt Lake City area resident, competed in the 100-mile Scout Mountain Ultra Trail race and came in first place this past weekend.
What’s not to love about a Spartan obstacle course race with competitors scrambling across monkey bars, slogging through mud pits, slithering under barbed wire and leaping over fire as a finale.
PRESTON — Franklin County’s Idaho Fish and Game Officer Nathan Stohosky was recently surprised with the Shikar Safari Club International Award for Idaho.
POCATELLO — Sam Laoboonmi, owner of Sam’s Gun Shop in Pocatello, recently met the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., and had a conversation with him about why his father ran for president.
If you were to imagine someone who traps grizzly bears for a living, you’d imagine someone like Chad Dickinson. Large, bearded, deep-voiced. The kind of guy who would much rather be deep in the woods than in an office talking to a newspaper reporter.
IDAHO FALLS — After 34 and a half years with the state of Idaho, longtime regional conservation educator and spokesman Gregg Losinski is signing off.
From their first blind date to the moment he found out his wife, Summer, was pregnant with their third child, Adam Andersen loved hard.
BOISE — Bowen Toomey is one of the most inspirational people you could meet. Lively, smart and playful, his smile comes from deep in his soul, and its glow outshines his obvious challenges.
Russell Davies lives for the next massive waterfall, the next epic dirt jump, the next summited climb.
Family, friends and the national wildland firefighter community are mourning a Caldwell boy and a Boise wildland firefighter who died during a family hunting trip this weekend.
There’s a first for everything and for Sarah MacMillan, one of those firsts came on the afternoon of Sept. 24.
The late Nate Richardson was a man who had enough love in his heart to cover the world.
Lindsay Christensen became the 2017 Extreme Huntress in January.
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A Montana attorney fought through headwinds, high waves and exhaustion to become the first person to swim the length of the West’s largest freshwater lake and back, a 56-mile feat that took 40 hours.
INKOM — When Mary Reichman first invested in the Pebble Creek Ski Area in the 1980s, she had no idea it would lead to a 30-year career as the Inkom resort’s general manager.
Jacqueline Malloy said her devastating bike crash on May 11 was mostly a blur.
Lisa King’s journey to the world’s tallest mountain began in 2015, when she received news nobody ever wants to hear.
Colin Joyce was a top finisher in the second stage at the Volta ao Alentejo in Portugal, a five-day race in February. During the next day, the professional cyclist from Pocatello was coughing up blood after flying over the handlebars during a crowded downhill sprint to the finish.
POCATELLO — Bill Clegg once weighed 622 pounds.
INKOM — Jordan Wilson vividly remembers walking toward the operating room at Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City, with his ailing 10-month-old son Brody in his arms.
When the world last saw Todd Orr, his arms were bloodied, his back was scratched up, and there was a gash on the side of his head. He’s recovered pretty well, and his voice box works just fine, so on Monday, Todd Orr told the story millions already know with an epilogue — hours of surgery, s…
It’s hard to believe now that for most of the 20th century, ski poles made of bamboo were the norm.
After more than 30 years, Pebble Creek Ski Area has a new owner.
It was the adventure of a lifetime for Weston’s Lindsay Christensen, and it all culminated in her winning the title of Extreme Huntress on Friday.
VICTOR — Rancher Kent Bagley and his sons Greg and Stephen derive almost a third of their income from agricultural tourism, and their farm-raised elk are the main attraction.
The influence of Larry Prescott spread beyond the surrounding community during his life and continues to leave an impact on the world.
CALDWELL — Jim and Holly Akenson spent 21 years living in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness. They’ve chronicled their adventures during that time in a new book called “7003 Days.”
An Idaho man not only survived being hit by a car on an icy interstate highway bridge but also a 50-foot-fall into a river and a swim through its frigid waters with a badly broken leg, authorities said.
WESTON — Preston native Lindsay Christensen is hoping to become the next Extreme Huntress, but she needs the public’s help to fulfill her dream.
POCATELLO — H. Bud Smalley said he was dumbstruck.
POCATELLO — When family friend and fellow cyclist Sam Krieg started training bicycle racer Colin Joyce, then 14, of Pocatello, he called him a little puppy because of how hard he would push himself before passing out.
Though Idaho is a paradise for anglers, have you ever thought of fishing in another country?
NAMPA — A gun maker has relocated to Nampa for the Treasure Valley’s expanding arms manufacturing industry.
INKOM — Shay Butler says his lucky number is five.
Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter announced the appointments today of two new members to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission, representing the Salmon River country and the Magic Valley on the seven-member panel.
As Jessica Landvik-Kawamura reached down to touch the massive 5-point bull elk she had just killed in the White Cloud Mountains between Salmon and Challis, she forgot about the pain of carrying a heavy backpack and fording the Salmon River.
Lindsay Christensen recently returned home from the 777 Ranch in Hondo, Texas, where she competed against five other female finalists in the “Extreme Huntress” competition.
POCATELLO — Pocatello resident Ayriss Paije Torres, a high school student and dancer, has been chosen to represent Idaho in the national “Dance Across the USA” project. Torres was picked from nearly 3,000 candidates across the state.
By Kendra Evensen/Idaho State Journal Lindsay Christensen never goes to the store when she needs meat — she goes to the mountains. The 27-year-old Southeast Idaho woman has been hunting since she was 12 years old, and she’s harvested deer, antelope, moose, bears, javelinas, hogs, Texas Dall sheep and turkeys over the years — most […]
By David Ashby/Idaho State Journal “Fuller Figured Bryan.” At one time, that was Bryan Gee’s nickname. The Pocatello resident once weighed 220 pounds, an extremely unhealthy weight for his 5’7” frame. Besides the light ribbing from his friends, he was also suffering from a myriad of health problems, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, […]