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Rexburg

Today at 4:52 pm West Yellowstone PD made contact with Fremont County asking for assistance in a pursuit they had in progress. Vehicle was reported to be traveling south bound toward the Idaho State line. Vehicle entered into Fremont County with Montana Deputy following. Fremont County Deput…

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Local and state elections are over. Here is a compiled list of voter statistics and election results from Madison and Fremont County. All voting counts are unofficial and they will be recounting on Friday, June 4.

Rexburg

Project Protect, a service project created in Utah to produce masks for health care workers, sent about 190 kits to Rexburg on May 6. Each kit had 100 masks to be sewn. In the last two weeks of May, Upper Valley residents created over 93,000 clinical-grade pleated masks.

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In mid-May the Council formed a taskforce consisting of members of the Council’s Risk Management, Health and Safety, Properties, Camp Programs, and Training Committees. They met in multiple conference calls to determine the feasibility of operating the Council’s three camps. The taskforce wa…

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Madison County Commissioner Jon Weber is the new Idaho State Representative for District 34A.

Rexburg
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This story has been updated from previous reports. It should be noted that Karey Hanks won the regional vote for District 35A.

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WASHINGTON— The Bureau of Land Management announced today that the Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Incentive Program launched in March 2019 contributed to a significant increase of animals placed into private care. In the first 12 months of the AIP, the agency adopted 6,026 animals, compared w…

Rexburg

Today, June 2, is the last day voters can cast their ballots for their preferred candidates. All ballots must be received by your local county clerk by 8 p.m

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After their preps season was cancelled, the Madison Cats AA were finally able to play an official game in their Legion opener Saturday and they didn’t disappoint. The Bobcats blew out cross-valley rival Rigby in a 10-0 win where pitchers Dylan Rydalch and Landen Drake combined to throw a no-hitter.

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