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Police log: Delayed shoplifting case under investigation

Check out what the Rexburg Police Department has been doing this week.

Police log: Robin Hood and overwhelming odors

Some accounts from the Rexburg Police Department reports last week.

Police log: Probably not Romeo

See a bit of what the police were up to last week.

Drowsy driving and dogs at large

See some reasons why police were contacted last week.

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes contend with COVID-19

Twenty-one deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in Fort Hall, Idaho.

Native American hope

Native Americans share their stories about life on the reservation and the future for Natives in Idaho.

Hope for sex trafficking survivors

Trafficking is happening around us, though it's often unseen — Dahlia's Hope is planning to establish an aftercare facility for survivors in Rexburg.

Police log: From shoplifting to Walmart scooters

Police received a complaint of shoplifting where an individual took an item and ate it on premises.

14 bands in 11 hours — Rexburg’s first summer music festival

Utah and Idaho bands gathered in Rexburg for an energetic all-day concert.

Police log: From rooftop drops to car-locked dogs

Police were dispatched to a report of individuals accessing an apartment complex roof to drop items off of it.

Questions answered about behavioral health unit

Madison Memorial Hospital is incorporating a behavioral health unit, and psychiatrists Jim McCoy and James Morris answered questions in an online webinar.

Will new immigration policies affect BYU-I students?

BYU-Idaho students express their opinions on the new immigration policies implemented by President Joe Biden.

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Hidden treasure at BYU-I: One year later

A year after Scroll hid a geocache on campus, who has found it, and what treasures were taken (or left behind)?

LDSPMA opens new chapter at BYU-I

The society connects students with professionals in the publishing, media and arts industries.

Learn to kayak in chlorine

Roll up to the John W. Hart Physical Education Building's pool for kayaking lessons.

BYU-Idaho web development team wins national award

After winning at the state competition in March, the Website Development and Design team from BYU-Idaho went on to win first place at the BPA Post-Secondary Nationals in Dallas, Texas.