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US government should be more open

Editor's note: Approved by an unanimous vote of the Scroll editorial board. The U.S. government recently released a legal memo that justified the killing of...

Happiness found outside virtual world

A few months ago, a massive space battle broke out in star system B-R5B. In a faraway galaxy, huge fleets of massive starships, with thousands...

Hitler is not something to joke about

The humor columnist Dave Barry provides expert advice on how to win an argument when you know you are about to lose. “This is your...

Honesty proves to be the best policy

The Air Force suspended 34 officers responsible for the nation’s nuclear weapons  after they were accused of cheating on a proficiency test. According to AP...

New Wal-Mart Supercenter announced

Wal-Mart submitted  a rezoning application in preparation for the relocation and expansion of its store in Rexburg Nov. 21, said Rachel Walls, senior manager...

Problems can often have simple solutions

A coin toss settled a mayoral race in what had to be one of the shortest news stories I ever read. Apparently candidates Dan Bowden...

Ser typhoon creates need for service from all

Ser typhoon Haiyan hit the central Philippines at 4:30 a.m. local time Nov. 8. according to The Freeman, a Filipino newspaper. The ser typhoon, known...

Movies not always truthful; still artwork

So a cole of weeks ago, I finally got to see the movie “Captain Philips” on the big screen. “Captain Philips” is based on true...

Hemming Village hosts halloween event

Hemming Village hosted the Hocus Pocus free family event from 1-5 p.m. Oct. 26. The event included several activities: hayrides, face painting, refreshments, Trick or...

Newlyweds win $10,000 from bank

Newlyweds, Zach and Elizabeth Hollingshead, received $10,000 from a drawing at Zion’s Bank Sept. 27. Idaho and Utah students who opened student checking accounts with...

Centennial committee dedicates park

Madison County Centennial Park was dedicated Sept. 21, along with a special centennial monument. The dedication, which took place at the Madison County Courthouse, was...

Thirteen dead in Navy Yard shooting

Thirteen people, including gunman Aaron Alexis of Fort Worth, Texas, were confirmed dead as result of a shooting at the Washington Navy Yard September...

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Footage shows The Cove apartment intruder was also at the Cedars

Police find footage of The Cove apartment intruder at the Cedars women's apartment complex the same morning.

Retired BYU-I professor passes away

Jacque Weekes, a retired BYU-Idaho professor, died on April 29.

Students find beauty and creativity in poetry

Poetry is a "dying art" that lives on through the passions of many students at the poetry workshop.

5 life lessons that can be learned from improv comedy

Comic Frenzy is all fun and games, but important life lessons can be learned from improv comedy.