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Around town: Crawling on all fours

Beneath my subzero snow coat, I was wearing three more layers. Underneath my hood, I wore a hat and a scarf. My snow boots weren’t the best, but they were the best Phoenix, Arizona, had to offer. I felt like a marshmallow.

Local caves closed for season

Starting Oct. 15 many of the caves throughout Southeastern Idaho  were closed to ensure safety and preservation of native bats so they do not...

Students climb through caves on expedition

Equipped with helmets, head lamps and sturdy clothes, students descended into the Ice Caves June 15. Exploring wild cave systems is among the various outdoor...

Three students cited at caves

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) cited three BYU-Idaho students for violating the Egin-Hamer Winter Closure at the Civil Defense Caves. Thirteen students were in...

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