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Threats of domestic terrorism and political violence expected to increase ahead of Election Day

What is Idaho doing to combat the rising levels of extremism?

Rexburg pursues feedback through ‘Engage Rexburg’

The city of Rexburg has created a new platform intended to increase the transparency of local government and get residents more involved.

Committee members vote to subpoena former President Donald Trump

The Jan. 6 panel held its final public hearing on Oct. 13 — the vote to subpoena former President Donald Trump was unanimous.

What does overturning Roe v. Wade mean for Idaho?

Learn more about how arguments made will impact Idahoans.

Political Affairs Society to host forum on Islam and terrorism misconceptions

The Political Affairs Society welcomes experts Trent Rose and Scott Woodward to their next meeting.

Column: The liberal black sheep

What is the experience of liberal BYU-Idaho students?

The startling stats about daylight saving time

It's time to illuminate the truth of the semiannual time change and how it affects almost every area of life.

The rebirth of the political affairs society

The political affairs society hopes to resurge participation after a dark, lonely pandemic.

City Council celebrates parks and rec growth and declares a new holiday

From booming sports programs to community service, the council discussed and reported on Rexburg's progress.

Rexburg City Council and residents debate financing for sidewalk, street and gutter replacements

A special city council meeting generated debate between Rexburg residents and local leaders over the cost of local street improvements.

Rexburg residents plan to protest Saturday’s Pride event

A group of "pro-family" Rexburg residents will protest the LGBTQ pride event this Saturday.

OPINION: The Dangers of Donald Trump

A look into QAnon and the Trump presidency.

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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.