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“Sustaining Lewis and Clark, How Camas Kept the Expedition from Starving” topic of Idaho Museum of Natural History presentation May 30
ISU news release:
POCATELLO – “Sustaining Lewis and Clark, How Camas Kept the Expedition from Starving” is the topic of an Idaho Museum of Natural History presentation by Mary Dundas at 7 p.m. May 30.
The presentation will be held in … Continue reading
POCATELLO — It’s “Free Movie Night” with romantic comedy/drama “Bird in the Air” playing Thursday, May 23, at 6 and 8:15 p.m. at the Bengal Theater in the Pond Student Union at ISU.
A man in search of his past and … Continue reading
ISU Sports Information
Amanda Fitzsimmons and Vicky Galasso continue to garner post-season recognition.
The two student-athletes became the first-ever Bengals to earn all-region honors as they were named to the NFCA second-team, All-Pacific Region team. The two are now eligible for … Continue reading
By Jason Enes
I am not one who normally voices my displeasure with postseason awards, but Wednesday the Big Sky Conference coaches got one award just plain wrong.
Wednesday morning, Portland State softball coach Tobin Echo-Hawk was named Big Sky Coach of … Continue reading
SUBMITTED BY MUSICIANS WEST
POCATELLO — The 15th annual Musicians West Piano Competition will be Friday and Saturday at Idaho State University. Piano students and young professionals from around the state will compete for more than $4,600 in cash prizes.
The … Continue reading
POCATELLO — The public is invited to Saturday’s no-host luncheon meeting of the Pocatello branch of the American Association of University Women at Portneuf Valley Brewing, 615 S. First Ave., from noon to 2 p.m.
The meeting agenda includes a summary … Continue reading
ISU Sports Information
The Idaho State men’s basketball program has announced the signing of Marcus Bradley, a 6-7, 225 pound forward from Highland California.
Bradley attended UC Irvine as a freshman and then played at San Bernardino Valley College, where he averaged … Continue reading
BY JASON ENES
When Julie Wright accepted the job of head softball coach at Idaho State three years ago, the team had just seven players on its roster and no field to call its own.
After three years of recruiting, playing … Continue reading