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From Peru to BYU-I

From her little hometown of Arequipa, Peru, to BYU-Idaho, Flavia Portugal tells her story and struggles in assimilating to a foreign culture.

Police log: From dog punching to public intoxication

The suspect punched the dog and then punched the reporting party twice.

Dahlia’s Hope, a human trafficking aftercare organization, seeks to establish a facility in Rexburg

Community members and founders from multiple organizations fighting human trafficking met to discuss plans for starting an aftercare facility in Rexburg.

Nature calls: How C.J. Adams went from a daydreaming tourist to a Teton Park ranger

Fourteen-year-old Christopher Adams became enthralled with the Tetons, leading his career toward becoming a National Park Service ranger.

Tie-dye for Pride brings controversy

An LGBTQ gathering brought controversy as campus security was called and the event had to change locations.

Mental health unit coming to Madison Memorial Hospital

During Mental Health Awareness Month find some of the resources available to you.

Arraignment for murder charges for Chad Daybell set for June 9

Lori Daybell's initial appearance will be held at a later date.

Rexburg City Council May 19

The city council discusses upcoming events and other issues on the agenda.

Chad and Lori Daybell indicted in the deaths of Tylee Ryan, JJ Vallow and Tammy Daybell

During the private Grand Jury Chad and Lori Daybell were indicted with additional charges.

Police log: From fake piano tuners to mailbox accidents

An individual poses as a piano tuner from the "church."

Police Log: From water balloons to iPad settings

Police responded to a complainant reporting that his ex-wife's daughter messing with iPad settings.

BYU-I missing student’s body has been found

Search and rescue efforts were successful in recovering the body of Matthew Rios Vidalon, who went missing May 6.

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Column: Line upon line — How continuing revelation prepared the Church for the pandemic

Sometimes miracles pass by unnoticed, but recent calamities have underscored the blessings and preparations of the Latter-day Church.

Column: Must-dos for your must-do adventure

Everyone is going to Goldbug Hot Springs! This is all you have to do to plan your trip.

Rexburg Airport hosting airshow this weekend

The Rexburg airport will have a free air show event June 19.

Juneteenth is signed into law as a national holiday

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden established Juneteenth as a federal holiday.