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Baby chicks come to BYU-I

Every semester, the BYU-Idaho Psychology Department brings live animals for the students to experiment on.

People venture to the Madison county fair

Check out our photo story about the Madison county fair.

Discover farm central

Did you know that there is another building for classes away from campus? Find out more here.

POLICE LOG: Individual calls police department to debate mask mandate legality

A K-9 was requested for an incident occurring in Madison County regarding narcotics.

COLUMN: Unexpected friends

The neatest friends come from the strangest circumstances.

Animals lead audience on a journey through Toad Hall

The Wind in the Willows teaches the idea of embarking on an adventure and the idea that everything ends where it begins. Students, faculty and...

Fish and Game asks hunters to wait to shed hunt for good of animals

If you like to shed hunt, make sure you are taking the right precautions to keep the animals in that area safe.

Animals: An MS-13 story

President Donald Trump put the violent MS-13 gang in the national spotlight by referring to them as animals, causing debate about how to look at gang members and immigrants.

Service dogs, support hedgehogs and pets of all kind

Having a "ruff" week? It is National Justice for Animals Week, and BYU-Idaho has some pretty cute ones.

Students of Rexburg: Abbigayle Brown

This article and photos are by Jenna Schwarz “I feel like a lot of people see as ‘oh they’re just getting a dog for...

The Spread: Wildlife

When taking photos of wildlife, it is important to remember you are in their territory, not yours. Nature should be exactly what it is:...

Stampede Days Rodeo Brings Rigby To Life

Cowboys were riding, dust was flying, and broncos were bucking at the Rigby Rodeo on June 22.   As part of the annual Stampede Days celebration,...

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Running with a colorful twist

Come join the color run at the upper fields this Saturday.

Stoppage time victory highlights an eventful night of competitive soccer

BYU-Idaho's competitive soccer began Friday night with four games.

Sam Brubaker teaches how to continually increase discipleship

Sam Brubaker celebrates the BYU-Idaho students' desire to become disciples of Jesus Christ.

AA Planthouse & Ecuagenera Rare Plant Expo comes to Rexburg

Local plant shop, AA Planthouse, hosts a rare plant expo with the Ecuadorian company, Ecuagenera, on Oct. 7 and 8.