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Idaho Falls Magazine
Since the early days of homesteading, irrigation development, community building and frontier taming, Idaho Falls has grown up just as much as it has grown out. To say the least, the city now extends far beyond the riverbanks that once defined it. This precious place has certainly changed its appearance many times over, but in all its transitive guises, our town has enchanted its inhabitants and visitors in a way that few communities can. You don’t have to live here long to understand what a gem we have in the tight-knit populace of Idaho Falls and the surrounding Upper Snake River Valley.
A small group of employees at Harris Publishing had long argued that Idaho Falls rightly deserved to have its own namesake periodical. Those first few issues, launched in the summer of 2001, offered an introductory message proclaiming that our town had the cultural depth to warrant not just a daily paper, a pair of network affiliates and a few fledgling web pages; it had the riches for a magazine, too.
Today that message has evolved into a recurring volume of in-depth profiles and features that celebrate and define the character of this place we proudly call home. As our fast-growing readership will attest, each full-color issue of Idaho Falls magazine captures the hearts and minds of our audience with creative columns and essays, useful directories, special sections and exclusive angles on issues that affect everyday life. It is our sincere and unwavering belief that we will continue to bring you this high level of editorial content – and unabashed enthusiasm – in the many issues to come.