Articles by Julie Leavitt


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Rumors of threat to campus confirmed false

The following is a press release from University Relations: At 9:19 a.m. BYU-Idaho Security received a call from an employee who reported seeing an armed individual on campus. Campus Security contacted the Rexburg Police who responded immediately. Together they quickly located the individual who was identified as a grounds crew member carrying a tree trimming tool…

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Former student arrested for forging prescriptions as hospital intern; wife also charged

Story written by Stephan Rockefeller of East Idaho News IDAHO FALLS — Police say an intern forged stolen prescriptions from Madison Memorial Hospital to get hydrocodone. Nicholas Sherman, 29, has been charged with six felony charges of obtaining a controlled substance by deception, misrepresentation, fraud or forgery. He also has six felony charges of burglary….

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Shooting takes place in Idaho Falls

IDAHO FALLS — Multiple police officers are on the scene of a shooting at the Meadowood Apartments on the 2700 block of St. Clair Rd. Neighbors tell EastIdahoNews.com they heard a gunshot around 5 p.m. The area surrounding the unit is blocked off while officers investigate. Idaho Falls Police spokeswoman Joelyn Hansen confirms a disturbance…

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Sharing the essence of black history

Written by Julie Leavitt.  In celebration of Black History Month, BYU-Idaho’s African-American and African Heritage Associations have teamed up to help students gain new insight into their culture and history. “The idea is just to educate people about black history,” said Marvelyne Lamy, the president of the African Heritage Association and a sophomore studying English….

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