Idaho Falls Man Dies In Field Fire

An Idaho Falls man died today after he lost control of a field fire.

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Historic Chief Theatre artifacts will go on display

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Idaho Falls Man Dies In Field Fire

An Idaho Falls man died today after he lost control of a field fire.

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Man dies in potato cellar collapse

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