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Lori Vallow Daybell is ruled competent

What are the latest updates with the Daybell case?

Lori Vallow Daybell is ruled competent

What are the latest updates with the Daybell case?

Options BYU-I students have for food pantries

About a fifth of BYU-Idaho students experienced low food security.

City Council awards Big Ideas competition

On March 16, the Rexburg City Council awarded four winners for the Big Ideas competition.

Madison County votes and approves $25.5 million bond

Residents who reside within the Madison County School District boundaries voted on March 8 to rebuild and expand schools.

City Council discusses upcoming Quilt Show

The Rexburg city council met on Wednesday where we heard about an upcoming event at the Museum of Rexburg.

Police log: More drugs and police helping the community

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

Police log: Gas station harassment and drugs in traffic

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

City Council discusses improvements and city limit expansion

Rexburg City Council discussed helping police officers with mental health, installing new crosswalks and one new traffic signal, and expanding city limits.

Requests for budget increases and grants given at Rexburg City Council

Rexburg City Council meetings are held every other Wednesday, and anyone may attend.

Police log: Stolen volleyballs and TV tantrums

Police took a report of a fight from neighbors to find that it was a juvenile throwing a tantrum over the TV.

Mayor considers public transportation in Rexburg

Public transportation in Rexburg would be a project aimed at helping people commute.

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Hollywood is known for exaggerating true stories into more fiction than fact. This time, they've done it with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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.