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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.

Parts of Yellowstone reopen after flood

Learn about how Yellowstone has been impacted by extensive flooding.

Building interfaith partnerships at BYU’s Religious Freedom Annual Review

From BYU's Religious Freedom Annual Review, "Friendships and trust are key."

Summer is in full swing at the Romance Theater

The Romance Theater kicked off summer with an extended play cinema showing of "The Sandlot."

BYU-Idaho Fitness Adventure Race taking place June 25

The first ever Fitness Adventure Race features a team competition spanning all across campus.

City council meeting features new police chief, recreation center plans and citizen concerns

Rexburg prepares for a new police chief, unveils recreation center and debriefs on Rexburg Pride.

Rexburg celebrates Juneteenth

Juneteenth celebration brought the community together

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BYU-Idaho students speak on favorite general conference traditions

Everyone has their own traditions for general conference. Here are some of the favorites of BYU-Idaho students.

Devotional preview: Samuel Brubaker

Samuel Brubaker will prepare students to become disciples of Christ through his upcoming devotional.

Police log: Animal fights, controlled substances and unsupervised rooftop naps

The following comes from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Rexburg Police Department police logs and is public record.

Magic at the McKay: Bringing Hogwarts to BYU-Idaho

The David O. McKay Library hosts the second Magic at the McKay event.