March 8 is historically known as International Women’s Day and has been celebrated for over 100 years, as early as 1909, according to un.org. The day first resulted from the labor activities and movements in North America and Europe at the time. “International Women’s Day is a collective day of global celebration and a call…
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Spring break is soon, where are you headed?
With the possibility of the Oroville dam overflowing, what have we learned from the Teton dam flood of 1976?
Should there be a solution to “smartphone zombies” in Rexburg, or is it not a problem?