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Local health clinic embraces the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Pearl Health Clinic is hosting a blood drive and health fair to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Mask mandate adjustments made for winter 2022 semester

In an official notice, the school announced the locations where masks will be required on campus.

A night at the Oscars in Rexburg

BYU-Idaho students presented films from thriller to comedy at a student-produced film festival.

BREAKING NEWS: Second pedestrian hit by car in crosswalk in the past two weeks

A pedestrian was rushed to the hospital after being struck by a car.

Love in every essence

Flourish Point held a weekend brunch to show off its new location and showcase the services and community the organization offers to those in need.

Live nativity sparks the Christmas season at Hemming Villiage

Christmas at Hemming Villiage brings the city of Rexburg together to start off the month of December.

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EDITORIAL: God bless the Rexburg roads

We at Scroll petition the city to fix burned-out streetlights, install new lights where necessary and more strictly follow the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) in maintaining road conditions.

Column: Ten years later, I’m still a junior in high school

Love has changed surprisingly little in a decade.

COLUMN: You should stop lying to your kids about Santa

The timeless tradition of Saint Nick is sweet, but lying to your kids — not just about Santa — could have some very negative outcomes. Read on to find out why.

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End-of-year reflection: Seth Orton

Seth Orton, a junior from Washington, reflects on the past semester at BYU-Idaho.

Samantha Arias manifested her passion for piano during her recital

Samantha describes the song by Debussy that she performed, "La Plus Que Lente," as happy, blissful and beautiful.

The other side of the door: What a summer of sales looks like

The hours, the money, and the lifestyle of a summer door-to-door salesman.

Meal prep or misstep

BYU-Idaho students implement cheap, quick and nutritious meals over fast food for a reason.

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No beards, no problem

As one of BYU-Idaho's rules, men are not allowed to have beards while on campus. This doesn't mean that all forms of facial hair are prohibited.

5 tips for being an Uber driver as a BYU-I student

Learn how to be safe, be efficient and enjoy your time to the fullest driving for Uber as a BYU-Idaho student.

Holiday traditions spread season’s greetings

Special traditions help students and their families spread the holiday spirit during this season of celebration.