EASTERN IDAHO – You could be paying more for electricity if Rocky Mountain Power’s request for a fee increase gets approved. The utility has asked the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for a 1.8 percent fee increase for residential, commercial, and irrigation customers in eastern Idaho. Last year, a 2 percent increase was approved. You can read the proposal at the Rocky Mountain Power offices in Preston, Montpelier, Shelley and Rexburg.
PRESTON – Police say a Preston father killed three of his children before fatally shooting himself on Sunday. Law enforcement says 37-year-old Tate Lee Spillett used a semi-automatic rifle to kill his 15-year-old stepson Corbin […]
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — As hotels continue to fill up less than a week from the Great American Eclipse, another lodging industry is also getting a boost. “Airbnb […]
REXBURG, Idaho — People dotted the rows and benches at the Rexburg Tabernacle Civic Center Wednesday, August 9, as city leaders explained their plans to deal with the upcoming Great American Eclipse. “For about 18 […]