Sharee Barton who is a Madison School Teacher was chosen to be part of the Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship and went to Antarctica.
In Rexburg there is a free ESL class for all those who want to learn English. Classes are every Thursday at 6:00pm and 7:00pm at the Rexburg Family History Center.
The Coronavirus started in China and started spreading in other parts of the world including The United States. There have been a few cases. April Walker the infection control manager at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center explains more about the virus and how the local hospitals are prepared if it comes to Idaho.
Eric R. Anderson is a BYU-Idaho alumnus who published his first children's book from his book series "The Adventures of Pook and Boogee" Two brothers who meet unsung heroes to learn what is necessary to become who they have to in the future.
Local hunter wins the Ultimate Extreme Huntress competition, which was taken place in Zimbabwe.
Today there was a presentation about artist Archie Boyd Teater and Patricia Teater's retreat, in the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho. This beautiful building was designed by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. After years of being abandoned the new owner of the property renovated it and explained all about his experience.
The life and adventures of John C. Frémont and his wife Jessie come to live in NPR's Steve Inskeep's new book, "Imperfect Union: How Jessie and John Frémont Mapped the West, Invented Celebrity, and Helped Cause the Civil War."
The Idaho Falls Zoo has a new member of the family! Tunda is a cotton-top Tamarin who was transported from the Phoenix Zoo. Education Curator Sunny Katseanes explains how her journey went and how she is adjusting to her new home.