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“Don’t sit in your struggles. Get help”: The Mental Health Awareness Seminar recap

Students gathered at the North Point amenities building to hear communication faculty member{{,}} Andra Hansen{{,}} share her insights about mental health.

Summer is in full swing at the Romance Theater

The Romance Theater kicked off summer with an extended play cinema showing of "The Sandlot."

The hunt for formula: Enduring the baby formula shortage

BYU-Idaho students and Rexburg residents struggle to find baby formula amidst nationwide shortage.

Women in Business Society empowers students by bringing solutions

The Women in Business Society meets every Wednesday at 5:15 p.m. in rooms 244 and 250 of the Joseph Fielding Smith Building.

Cheap meals: A journey into the wallets and fridges of BYU-I

Seven cost-efficient meal ideas suggested by your peers.

Come see “The Sandlot” at the Romance Theater

The Romance Theater kicks off summer with an Extended Play Cinema event.

Revive & Thrive Clothing focuses on sustainability and style

Revive & Thrive Clothing is now open to shop thrifted goods in person.

Fish for free on June 11

Idaho Fish and Game is making it easy to get into fishing.

Rexburg chiropractic practice celebrates its birthday with a free community event

Come enjoy free cotton candy and dunk your favorite doctor to celebrate Summit Sport and Spine Chiropractic's sixth birthday.

Beauty is found at this month’s art stroll

Darren Clark shares how he finds beauty in seemingly mundane surroundings.

Police Log: Garage mischief & wandering kids

The following comes from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Rexburg Police Department police logs and is public record.

Rexburg kicks off summer with a carousel celebration at Porter Park

Porter Park's carousel and splash pad are officially open for the season.

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Summer, fun and flowers at BYU-I

The Summer, Fun and Flowers event was filled with colors, flowers and activities.

Discover the past at upcoming family history fair

At the end of the semester, a family history class will hold a fair to showcase their final projects.

Devotional cover: ‘Get up and win the race’

In his devotional address, Philip Crane spoke about winning the spiritual race of everyday life.

Celebrate Fourth of July and art at the upcoming Art Stroll

July's art stroll will feature photography, prints, ceramics, sculpture, paintings and patriotic short films throughout Rexburg.