Daily Archives: May 16, 2017


Gorsuch fights for faith rights

By Serena Miezientseva Some say Judge Neil Gorsuch is likely to rule in favor of religious freedom on the U.S. Supreme Court, due to his stances on Trinity Lutheran Church v. Comer, for which Gorsuch heard arguments on April 19. Results are still forthcoming. In the highly publicized Hobby Lobby vs. Sebelius case, Gorsuch concurred…


Former BYU-Idaho paramedic student pleads guilty to three felony charges

A former BYU-Idaho paramedic student has pled guilty to three felony charges of obtaining a controlled substance by deception, misrepresentation, fraud or forgery. Nicholas Sherman, 29, was arrested and charged in 2016 after police discovered he had managed to write several fraudulent prescriptions while interning at Madison Memorial Hospital in Rexburg, according to East Idaho News….


Rugby: The ruck comes to Rexburg

Brigham Young University-Idaho welcomes rugby to intramural sports this spring. For many international students at BYU-I, rugby is almost like a religion. It is home. It is their comfort. It is their happy place. “When we’re born, instead of getting a teddy bear, we’re given a rugby ball,” said Dallyn McLean, a sophomore from South…


The Weekly Image: BYU-Idaho Sports

Spring is here and so are the sports! Here at BYU-Idaho we have many intramural sports that anyone can sign up to do. The school has a variety of different leagues, for those who want just casual games, to those who want a more difficult challenge. If you want to learn more about these sports,…


Pornography: Will you join the fight?

What would you do if a local radio station advertised how to hide a porn habit? After an Arizona radio station aired a public service announcement detailing how to hide pictures of “naked juveniles,” petitions and public outcry has “put tiny Benson (Arizona) on the map,” according to an editorial by the self-declared radio station…


Saints and Soldiers: Fighting Pornography

A local man started a blog this month to help him recover from a 5-year addiction to pornography. “The idea for starting a blog was first presented to me by my wife,”said the blogger, who wishes to remain anonymous. “She felt that sharing our story would be a way we could take a stand against…

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