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FAMILY HISTORY CENTER IS OPEN ON MON. FROM 1-5PM, TUES. THROUGH THURSDAY 1-6PM AND FRIDAYS FROM 10A-1PM. SUNDAYS FROM 2:30-5PM. CALL FOR AFTER HOURS CLASSES OR GROUPS AT 847
PARIS CITY MUSEUM IS NOW OPEN AND LOOKING FOR GUIDES TO VOLUNTEER 3 HOURS OF THEIR TIME. CALL JANELLE 945-2549 OR KATHLEEN AT 945-0959.
FOR A CRAFT TABLE AT THE ALASKAN SALMON BARBEQUE ON JULY 19 CALL SHELLY KEETCH 390-4726.
SportsTHE FIRST FOOTBALL GAME OF THE SEASON IS THIS SATURDAY AUGUST 30TH AT 7PM AT THE BEAR LAKE HIGH FOOTBALL FIELD AGAINST COKEVILLE. LISTEN AT KVSI OR IN THE INTERNET.
Bear Lake Obituaries
|ABC News||Mon - Sun||Top of the Hour|
|Farm News & Market Report||Mon - Fri||6:30AM, 12:20PM|
|Treasured Tid Bits of Time with the late Pat Wilde||Mon - Fri||7:45AM|
|Voice of the Valley with Paul Martindale||Mon - Fri||9:10 AM|
|Funeral Notices & Hymn of the Day||Mon - Fri||11:00 AM|
|ABC Sports||Mon - Fri||6:20A, 7:06A, 8:15A, 3:06P & 5:06P|
|ABC Weekend Sports||Sat - Sun||:06 Hourly|
KVSI WEEKEND PROGRAM SCHEDULE
|Red Steagal's Cowboy Corner||Saturday||9:00AM|
|Music & The Spoken Word featuring the Mormon Tabernacle Choir||Sunday||7:30AM|
|Sounds of Sunday, Music of Inspiration||Sunday||8:00 - 5:00 pm|
The crown jewel is Bear Lake, a large scenic lake often called "Caribbean of the Rockies" for its intense turquoise blue water. As visitors catch their first glimpse of the lake, they marvel at its color and wonder what makes the lake so blue. Sitting on one of its many white, sandy beaches, you can imagine yourself on your own little island.
Lava Hot Springs:
For years people have gathered at the springs to bathe, rest and worship. Many people believe that there are curative properties associated with the hot mineral water and refer to the Springs as "the healing waters" It is rumored that long ago the Springs were neutral ground and shared in peace by all.
The National Oregon/California Trail Center is located within the beautiful Bear Lake Valley of Southeastern Idaho and situated on thehistoric site of the original Oregon Trail.
The Trail Center was built to preserve, perpetuate and promote the pioneer history and heritage of the Oregon/California Trail and the Bear Lake Valley.