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Walking memory lane with the musical: Saints on the Seas

It has been over 22 years since the musical, Saints on the Sea, was performed. The Rexburg community had the chance to see it on Nov. 4 and 7.

Analysis: Democrat Terri Manweiler appeals to ‘balance and integrity’ on the debate stage

A Democratic trial lawyer meets the Republican House Speaker on the debate stage for Idaho Lieutenant Governor.

The Spotlight: Caleb Payne

NATAS North West Scholarship awarded $15,000 to Caleb Payne, a BYU-I student, for the second year in a row.

Idaho governor signs Texas-like abortion bill

The new law allows family members to sue abortion providers.

BYU-I student invents pre-workout powder

$30 was all it took for Joseph Fry to create Alpha Raptor, a pre-workout that matches his needs.

Real estate company funds 371 homes in Shelley, Idaho

Many cities in eastern Idaho want students to stay in the area. Anderson Hicks Group is making that possible.

The Heart of Idaho Century Ride returns

On Sunday, March 13, the Heart of Idaho Century Ride will be held in Idaho Falls.

A look at the new Madison Memorial Hospital Behavioral Health Unit

Taking care of your mental health is crucial as a college student, and Madison Memorial Hospital's new behavioral unit is here to help.

Sales Society: A promise to learn how to solve problems

Students learn how to persuade with a tenured sales executive.

The 170th temple of the Church is dedicated in Pocatello, Idaho

Many people gathered to witness the dedication of the Pocatello Idaho Temple.

Idaho ranks as No.1 state for entrepreneurs

The Gem State has great opportunities for small business owners and start-up founders.

Native American hope

Native Americans share their stories about life on the reservation and the future for Natives in Idaho.

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Three, two, one … light the tree! Maybe?

Here's what you missed at the campus Christmas event and tree-lighting program on Thursday.

Dalton Parkinson premieres short film ‘Below’ at Senior Showcase

The Communication Department Senior Showcase gave students like Dalton Parkinson the opportunity to demonstrate the growth and talents gained during their time at BYU-Idaho.

BYU-I students feel charity as they understand religious diversity

With the variety of students and backgrounds at BYU-I, Religion 100 offers opportunities for sharing religious beliefs.

Thanksgiving unto the Savior

Thanksgiving is an opportunity for us to grow in our capacity to show gratitude for many things, including our Savior.