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After falling in PKs in their state tournament opener, Sugar-Salem’s boys soccer team bounced back winning two straight to take the consolation title.

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REXBURG, Idaho—Official Fall 2020 Semester enrollment totals at Brigham Young University-Idaho show growth among the total population of students who are continuing to pursue their academic goals despite a world-wide pandemic.

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South Fremont was riding high last week after getting a huge with against arch nemesis Sugar-Salem. This week, they played another district rival that forced them back to earth. Teton took out South 19-13 to force a three-way tie in the district.

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Christmas celebrations on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah, usually include hundreds of musical performances throughout the month of December. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, Temple Square Performances will hold its Christmas concerts virtually this year, and all are invited to participate.

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Sugar-Salem finished their regular season Friday night winning 42-18 over Mountain Home. It didn’t start out quite that pretty though. The Diggers went down 6-0 on the fourth drive of the game.

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Idaho Falls used their depth in the 5A District V/VI Cross Country championship to win both men’s and women’s titles over Madison in Rexburg on Wednesday. Thunder Ridge’s Hailey Thueson was the women’s winner in a close race with teammate, Jessica Moss, while Madison’s Will Dixon took contro…

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Chad Daybell’s hearing has been rescheduled to November, according to new court records. Daybell’s attorney John Prior said the postponement was “because the parties just recently received the preliminary hearing transcript and additional time is needed to review said transcript and prepare …

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