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Volunteers plant flags at Rose Hill Cemetery

Military servicemen and women honored at Rose Hill Cemetery on May 31.

Make America green again

Keep America Beautiful Month comes around just in time for spring.

COLUMN: A great day for women

Welcome, Madam Vice President Kamala Harris.

Coming together with local law enforcement

Bridging the gap between the police and the people.

EDITORIAL: Pages missing in history books

The early days of the United States aren’t as clean as they are made out to be.

A salute to veterans

Local veterans stood tall at an honorary celebration held at Madison High School.

Americans still want the news

With all these new ways to get news, Americans still say that they prefer to watch it on the TV over any other medium.

Let us not forget freedom

While the election season has passed, I hope to fulfill Maj. Taylor's final wish and remember my freedom living in America.

What happened to America?

“It’s hard, especially at times like this, to say I’m proud to be an American.”

“There’s no place like Space”

Trump announces plans to create a sixth military branch.

WATCH: Fire in the Sky

Some of America's mightiest historical war birds are located just down the street at the Legacy Flight Museum.

Adapting to America

Going to college a state away is one thing, but going to college in a completely different country is another

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Column: Line upon line — How continuing revelation prepared the Church for the pandemic

Sometimes miracles pass by unnoticed, but recent calamities have underscored the blessings and preparations of the Latter-day Church.

Column: Must-dos for your must-do adventure

Everyone is going to Goldbug Hot Springs! This is all you have to do to plan your trip.

Rexburg Airport hosting airshow this weekend

The Rexburg airport will have a free air show event June 19.

Juneteenth is signed into law as a national holiday

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden established Juneteenth as a federal holiday.