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Hemming Village kicks off the spooky season with Halloween decorations

Get your spooky on in Hemming Village throughout October by enjoying the decorations displayed all along the street.

Setting flames to the new semester

Students celebrate Spirit Week by lighting the BYU-Idaho torch.

Sunday morning session: Christlike discipleship

Hundreds tuned in to hear the words of church leaders as they shared messages of faith.

Threads and flower beds: two new stores sharing one space

AA Planthouse and Daisy Links are a two-for-one deal in a newly opened storefront.

Crispy Cones relocates to Main Street

From tent to trailer and a new location.

How to create a floral arrangement

Taylor Mayer, a BYU-I graduate, tells her story of going from student to business owner.

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.

What is Social Dance Rexburg?

A husband and wife pair up to offer the community a place to dance the night away.

“My reassignment was a miracle”

Missionaries sent home during the pandemic share their personal experiences when receiving the call home.

Free and cheap date ideas in Rexburg

With how small Rexburg is, what is there for students to do for dates that are free or cheap?

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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.