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Ying Yang’s opens, offers Chinese food

  On June 7, a new culinary venue called the Ying Yang Oriental Kitchen opened on Main Street in Rexburg. The restaurant is owned by...

Farmer’s Market offers diversity

Entertainment, excitement, and diversity describe the Rexburg Farmers Market. Last year’s farmers market was good but vendors this year expect it to be even...

St.Luke’s uses the iPad for education

For the past month, St. Luke’s Health Center in Boise, Idaho has been using Apple’s new iPad to educate young patients and seniors about...

Rexburg Farmers’ Market open

The Rexburg Farmers’ Market will be held in the Purrington Plaza parking lot, south of the Rexburg Tabernacle Civic Center, on Friday evenings from...

Band ‘Fictionist’ performs at The Box

Fans jumped and danced at The Box last Saturday, April 24, as Fictionist, a Utah-based indie gro, performed their hits “Blue-eyed Universe,” “Lasting Echo”...

Dungeons & Dragons fans play in Rexburg

On Saturday, Feb. 20, the Madison County Library staged a bimonthly gro game of Dungeons & Dragons. Robin Armstrong, 39, a Rick’s College alumnus started...

Saying ‘om’ for a less stressful life

Yoga has been practiced by women in the United States since the late 1800’s according to healthywomen.org. Yoga is thousands of years old and...

Quick hits: Web culture: What A&E thinks you need to see

Blog Who needs Twitter? Kick it old school and get back to blogs. Bloggingheads.tv is a fresh blog that hopes to be an “unusual expression...

‘Dungeons & Dragons’: debate over the duel

Jeff White: Point The point: Dungeons & Dragons is a valid and socially acceptable form of entertainment. It draws on the creativity of the players. It...

God’s everlasting love

The production was advertised as a “service of sacred music.” The evening opened with an orchestral prelude followed by an invocation by Collegiate Singers’...

The A&E Hitlist: This week’s Web culture

THE MAXIMUM FUN PODCAST: The Sound of Young America What began as a college radio show eventually grew into a nationally broadcast Public Radio International...

99-year-old Remembers Rexburgs Past

 Miriam Ricks rises with the sun. She gets , combs her hair, brushes her teeth and prepares for another day in Rexburg, where she...

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Shirley Weekes: ‘Be ye therefore perfect’

In her devotional message, Shirley Weekes spoke on perfection, the pressure that comes with it and how one may overcome it.

What would Rexburg look like without BYU-I?

Without BYU-Idaho and its students, the city of Rexburg would look a lot different.

Rapper Staz the Hokage takes on Rexburg

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Flourish Point closes its doors

It's a new era for Rexburg's Flourish Point — on Dec. 1, the organization made the transition to a website-only resource.