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POLICE LOG: Poor parking and unwanted phones calls

Poor parking manners and unwanted phone calls.

Walking through the Louvre, a museum of wonders

Paintings, sculptures and mummies, oh my!

UPDATE: Police thank all for help in finding missing man

Rex Price, 35, was last seen in the area of North 3rd East, according to a Rexburg Police Department Facebook post.

Al Carraway spreads optimism in Rexburg

Hundreds waited to meet Carraway.

Conflict motivates change: A lesson from Disney and Sony

No story is complete without conflict.

Konnichiwa, from Tokyo

Are there limited options for fashion and food? Not while you're in Japan!

Stepping towards success

The Internship & Career Services Office helps make it easy for students to find their path through resources around campus.

Standing as a witness

Broad changes in the church can deeply impact individuals.

Matilda the Musical takes the stage

Matilda the Musical's long preparation comes to an end when put on stage starting on November 15.

Devotion to Devotional: Playing the organ for thousands of students

For organist students who play at devotional, they have two goals: don't be noticed, and don't mess up.

The booting trend

The state of parking violations in Rexburg and on BYU-Idaho campus.

Student helps alleviate human trafficking in the Middle East

"I grew up knowing who I was, but there are a lot of people who didn’t."

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Sports activities on the rise

As restrictions ease and case numbers fall, sports activities are increasing in number.

Blood saves lives

Are you too scared of needles? Do you not see the point in being a part of the donating process?

Devotional preview: 4 ways to live a happier life

In her devotional, Kristin Ballou will discuss the importance of trusting in the Lord and share four suggestions to live a happier life.

Rexburg celebrates the new federal holiday, Juneteenth

Find out why hundreds celebrated at Porter Park on June 19.