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….


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…


Faithful youth get together

Forty Christian, Jewish and Muslim teens gathered on Saturday, April 22, to observe each other’s cultures and hike together for the seventh annual Peace Summit at Otey Memorial Parish Episcopal Church in Sewanee, Tennessee.


Changes to Church young men program

On May 11, 2017, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced big changes to the activity programs for young men ages 14-18. Beginning on Jan. 1, 2018, young men in the Church will no longer participate in the Varsity and Venturing programs offered by the Boy Scouts of America. The activities the young…

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