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Rexburg celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo is a holiday to have fun and celebrate with family and friends

Roll to this month’s Art Stroll at the Romance Theatre

Carly Paul describes what the community can expect at this month's art stroll.

Rexburg Farmers Market: Support local businesses

Rexburg Farmers Market vendors prepare for the opening day at Madison County Fairgrounds.

Upcoming events in May

Rexburg Cultural Arts is putting on several community events this month.

Grand Targhee removes student season passes

In April , Grand Targhee Resort held a season pass sale, removing their traditional student discount, now offering a young adult pass directed at 19 to 22-year-olds.

Rexburg is celebrating Cinco de Mayo

Rexburg recognizes Cinco de Mayo with an all-day event.

Grammy-nominated violinist to debut album at BYU-I

Jenny Oaks Baker will perform music from her new album composed by Kurt Bestor.

A musical May: Rexburg to host a variety of music events

This month is filled with opportunities to support talented performers.

National Poetry Month: Poetry reading returns

Join the McKay Library in celebration of National Poetry Month.

Lori Vallow Daybell mostly silent during plea hearing

Lori Daybell’s attorney pleads not guilty on Daybell’s behalf.

Official notice: Weekly devotionals

The university released an official notice inviting students and staff alike to make devotional attendance a priority.

Lori Vallow Daybell is ruled competent

What are the latest updates with the Daybell case?

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What campus has to offer for family history work

Get to know the exclusive resources BYU-Idaho offers its students.

Spring cleaning at the University Store

A clearance sale at BYU-Idaho's University Store is being held from May 16 through May 21.

The Spotlight: Caleb Payne

NATAS North West Scholarship awarded $15,000 to Caleb Payne, a BYU-I student, for the second year in a row.