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Supreme Court ruling on free speech

The Supreme Court ruled on the Shurtleff v. Boston case.

How BYU-Idaho students can learn from women in the scriptures

Read about various scriptural female influences favored by the BYU-Idaho staff and students.

Devotional preview: Jake Romney

Listen to Jake Romney discuss having a steadfastness in Christ in his devotional address.

Music in the gospel

What impact does music have on adults who grew up with it?

Column: Spiritual excavation after a divorce

How I found the courage to confront my decaying soul.

Bishops speak about general conference

Past and current bishops speak about making general conference meaningful.

Column: Holy envy

An honest look at my time in the Holy Land.

The view through the lens of nonmembers at a Church school

The vast majority of the students at BYU-I are members of the Church, but what does it mean to be a nonmember student?

COLUMN: Gospel lessons from the chess board

Knowledge comes from almost everywhere, but how can chess teach about Jesus Christ?

Students share their feelings about religion courses at BYU-Idaho

BYU-Idaho students shared a variety of opinions with Scroll this week on the positives and negatives of religion courses.

The best of both worlds

"Testimony meeting was my first Sunday when I came to BYU-Idaho, and I had no idea what was happening."

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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.

Rigby Bull Wars entertains a large crowd

Every seat was filled at the Rigby Rodeo Grounds for the annual event of the Rigby Bull Wars.

Asian restaurant “Red 8” opens near Fat Cats

The restaurant offers classic Chinese food and sushi along with some house originals.

Rexburg celebrates “Flow-bor Day”

April showers brings May flowers for Rexburg.