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Chris Tapp released from prison after 20 years

Chris Tapp was released from prison on March 22 after 20 years after being convicted of murder and rape. “I never thought this day would come,” Tapp said. “Thank you, everybody, for supporting me all these years.” The agreement specified the first-degree murder charge would remain on Tapp’s record, however the rape charge would be…

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Students harvest with The Vineyard

This article was written by Victoria Bulson Students in Rexburg are taking hold of a new missionary work program and finding creative ways to get involved in different aspects of the Lord’s work. The Vineyard program is an online service program that focuses on sharing the gospel through social media, translation efforts, photography and family…

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Voyeurism suspect pleads not guilty

This story is written by Jordan Henrie Devan James MacCabe, the former BYU-Idaho student charged with felony voyeurism, plead not-guilty in an arraignment hearing on Monday, Feb. 6. After being read his rights and a review of the charges placed on him by the State of Idaho, MacCabe was given the chance to make a…

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Rexburg is now “The millennial city USA”

Rexburg, Idaho, is adding another tagline to “America’s Family Community” it is also now “The Millennial City USA.” The change comes from the announcement that Rexburg is home to one of the country’s largest groups of young talent, according to prweb.com. “Over 81 percent of the 26,000 people living in Rexburg are under 30, and…

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Voyeurism suspect released from jail

Devan MacCabe, a former BYU-Idaho student who is charged with felony video voyeurism was released from Madison County Jail on Jan. 31. Jim Archibald, MacCabe’s appointed defense attorney, said there was no plea agreement yet. The preliminary hearing was waived, and MacCabe’s next hearing will be held on Feb. 6 at the Madison County courthouse…

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