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Attorney general candidates wrangle with important Idaho issues

The debate ran for about an hour with topics ranging from school vouchers and water rights to potential anti-abortion lawsuits.

Sunday morning session: Christlike discipleship

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

Conference no matter where

Whether you're at home or in Salt Lake City, there are several places to watch the general conference sessions.

One of the only times where FOMO is a must

General conference is one of the few times where FOMO should be required.

General conference: Saturday morning overview

The Saturday morning session of general conference brought hope and inspiration to listeners.

Police log: Animal fights, controlled substances and unsupervised rooftop naps

The following comes from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office and Rexburg Police Department police logs and is public record.

Citizens raise concerns over garbage truck noises

Rexburg City Council heard from the Public Works Department during their meeting.

The Family Crisis Center: Helping a community in need

What is the Family Crisis Center?

Citizens speak up and speak out for Rexburg’s future

Rexburg's City Council announced plans to build more apartments and other plans to improve the city.

What does overturning Roe v. Wade mean for Idaho?

Learn more about how arguments made will impact Idahoans.

Religious freedom in the medical field discussed at Religious Freedom Conference

A bill attempts to pass in multiple states to give medical professionals religious rights.

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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

Staz the Hokage shares his love for hip-hop with Rexburg.

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.