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Rexburg City Council and residents debate financing for sidewalk, street and gutter replacements

A special city council meeting generated debate between Rexburg residents and local leaders over the cost of local street improvements.

Got tacos? Taco Bell reopens in Rexburg

Students and employees enjoy the newly remodeled Taco Bell in Rexburg.

Police log: Firearm fraud and gunshot wounds

Police were contacted about an individual who bought a gun with a fraudulent card.

Kick off the new semester at BYU-I’s First Friday event

Start off the new semester with fun, food and friends at BYU-Idaho's First Friday event happening tomorrow night.

Police log: Delayed shoplifting case under investigation

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

People venture to the Madison county fair

Check out our photo story about the Madison county fair.

Police log: Robin Hood and overwhelming odors

Some accounts from the Rexburg Police Department reports last week.

Happy dancing to sad songs

Kate Rawlins shares her philosophy for life and what it's like to produce a song.

Police log: Probably not Romeo

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

Student basks in Rexburg summer

Morris finds that summers in Rexburg include a lot of opportunities to spend time outdoors.

Drowsy driving and dogs at large

See some reasons why police were contacted last week.

Things to do during the summer in Rexburg

There's quite a lot to do in and around town.

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Chick-fil-A reopens for business

Want waffle fries?

Devotional preview: Keys to happiness

LuWana Roberts will talk about finding happiness during Fall Semester 2021's third devotional.

Rexburg City Council and residents debate financing for sidewalk, street and gutter replacements

A special city council meeting generated debate between Rexburg residents and local leaders over the cost of local street improvements.

COLUMN: Celebrate National Punctuation Day by learning these 7 obsolete marks

Before emojis made sentences sarcastic or ironic, that was punctuation’s job.