Author: Jenny Bourne

Students gather to stay warm and do homework in the MC during a power outage on Wednesday. The outage affected more than 49,000 Idaho residents. SHAIN WIEDERHOLT | Scroll Photography 0

University prepared for emergencies

The BYU-Idaho campus and surrounding areas experienced a power outage this morning due to an emergency energy interruption, according to Rocky Mountain Power. University Communications sent out a mass text to students, which read:...

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Nathan Pacheco and Lindsey Stirling perform at event

Nathan Pacheco and Lindsey Stirling performed at the Pioneer Day Concert, “A Summer Evening of Music,” in the Salt Lake City, Utah Conference Center July 19. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir opened the program with...

Courtesy Photo by Soapbox Agency -- “Yarrow’s Boy,” a short student film produced by members of Soapbox Agency, was directed by Logan Bean, a senior studying communication. Tim Wood, a senior studying communication played the role of Yarrow. The cast and crew spent approximately two weeks filming and editing Yarrow’s Boy, and even spent a 16-hour day filming one scene. 0

“Yarrow’s Boy” film encourages hope

Courtesy Photo by Soapbox Agency — “Yarrow’s Boy,” a short student film produced by members of Soapbox Agency, was directed by Logan Bean, a senior studying communication. Tim Wood, a senior studying communication played...

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According to a United Nations report, since the Syrian Civil War began in 2011, over 93,000 people have died and over a million have been displaced. The protests that led to the war started peacefully, but quickly turned violent when the government started killing peaceful protesters. 0

All we are saying is give peace a chance

As children we were taught that violence is never the answer. As adults, we seem to have forgotten this life lesson: violence and killings are raging across the world. In Cairo, 51 are dead...

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Man drowns in Snake River in Idaho Falls July 4

The Melaleuca fireworks were put on hold after a man drowned in the Snake River in Idaho Falls, July 4. Twenty-seven-year-old Lloyd N. Westbrook II and two other men were under the influence of...

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Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA

The United States Supreme Court made two major decisions concerning gay marriage June 26. The first states that married, same-sex couples are entitled to federal benefits, and the second permits same-sex marriage to take...

Photo by Shain Weiderholt -- Firefighters responded to the scene of the accident June 26. Cody Kelsey, the owner of the home, said the St. Anthony community has been quick to offer help. 0

St. Anthony explosion caused by gas tank

Cody Kelsey received a phone call while he was in Idaho Falls June 26 at 7:30 a.m. informing him that an explosion had occurred at his house just east of St. Anthony. The explosion...

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Protect innocence by speaking out

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a statement April 12 informing the public that they would be contemplating the allowance of full-frontal nudity and the usage of the F-word on broadcast television. According to...

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Woman admits to fabrication of mugging

A 19-year-old woman, whose name has not been released, claimed she was mugged and beaten while walking home from the Rexburg Temple June 5 at 11:30 p.m. Captain Randy Lewis of the Rexburg Police...