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BREAKING NEWS: Double D’s Pawn catches fire

The Madison Fire Department focuses on protecting neighboring structures from a pawn shop that caught fire.

Rexburg Temple officially reopens

After almost four months of being closed, the Rexburg Temple officially opened its doors again.

Kayathlon: A race to the bend

Jump in the water with the annual Kayathalon.

Campus Rec-Fest planned for July 9

The first Campus Rec-Fest is set to kick off this weekend.

The Spot podcast to go live at the MC

Broadcasting Live from the MC Big Stage

Celebrate Independence Day with the Rexburg Chamber of Commerce

Rexburg's 2022 Fourth of July celebration will be filled with parades, fireworks and parties.

Celebrate Fourth of July and art at the upcoming Art Stroll

July's art stroll will feature photography, prints, ceramics, sculpture, paintings and patriotic short films throughout Rexburg.

“Don’t sit in your struggles. Get help”: The Mental Health Awareness Seminar recap

Students gathered at the North Point amenities building to hear communication faculty member{{,}} Andra Hansen{{,}} share her insights about mental health.

Take advantage of spring weather by mountain biking

Take a break and explore local trails on a scenic mountain bike ride.

What does overturning Roe v. Wade mean for Idaho?

Learn more about how arguments made will impact Idahoans.

Help Rexburg’s only animal rescue save their home

Rexburg’s Superhero Animal Rescue holds multiple fundraisers while facing a challenging spring and the potential loss of the house they work out of.

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BYU-I professors to publish book on mental health support in the classroom

BYU-Idaho professors seek to support students by publishing a book about improving mental health and education in the classroom.

Problems with parking passes and solutions to make them tolerable

Some suggestions from a BYU-Idaho student to improve the parking pass system.