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Four places you won’t expect to see wildlife

If you want to see wildlife, there are other places to see it besides Yellowstone or the zoo.

Rigby Stampede Days Rodeo

The event began with the rodeo queens presenting the U.S. flag as bystanders stood at attention, hats off while a young girl sang the National Anthem on horseback.

Turn off the lights at night

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality encourages Idaho citizens to participate in activities that help the environment, including turning lights off at night.

Strict rules enforced at the sand dunes

St. Anthony Sand Dunes need to be protected and visitors need to follow the rules.

Day trips to take this fall

Next time you are thinking about a Netflix binge, consider these day trips instead.

This year’s winter 40 percent warmer

The first snowfall of the season happened on Nov. 10 for Rexburg, Idaho, but it came quite late. That is because this winter is sposed...

Latter-day Profiles show airs on BYUtv

Latter-day Profiles, a television program produced by BYU-Idaho, has released the schedule for its fall 2014 season on BYUtv, according to the Latter-day...

BYU-I preparing for returned missionaries

The first gro of missionaries who left immediately after President Monson’s announcement at the 182nd General Conference should be returning this fall — not...

New health psychology emphasis added

After being approved eight weeks ago, the BYU-Idaho Psychology Department is introducing a new emphasis, health psychology, said Rob Wright, an instructor in the...

Student joins trip to teach in Guatemala

On May 25, a gro of medical professionals returned from Sololá, Guatemala after taking donated goods and teaching at a medical clinic. In that...

Boy Scouts gather for encampment

Almost 10,500 boy scouts, leaders and volunteers gathered for three days to celebrate 100 years of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’...

Visit the sites of Idaho

Southeast Idaho has many hidden attractions students attending BYU-Idaho may have never heard of. However, with a little bit of digging, the mysteries and opportunities...

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