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UPDATE − Firefighters were dispatched last night to a fire around 7:30 p.m. at a locally owned landfill.

REXBURG − Chinese officials arrested China Horizons director Alyssa Petersen last month and charged her with “illegally moving people across borders.” Peterson’s family believes the charges to be unfounded and have set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for legal fees.

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Over the next few weeks, the Standard Journal will be publishing candidates' answers posed for the upcoming November election. These are answers given by St. Anthony Candidates. 

Madison football fell 21-19 to Blackfoot Friday after losing the 13-point lead they established in the first half. The Bobcats led over three quarters but were outscored 14-0 in the second half.

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Madison's volleyball team played beat Highland in three sets Thursday. The scores for each set were: 25-16; 25-9; 25-23.

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REXBURG −Chinese officials arrested China Horizons director Alyssa Petersen last month and charged her with “illegally moving people across borders." Peterson's family believes the charges to be unfounded and have set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for legal fees.

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Sugar-Salem’s girls’ soccer team finished off their season with a bang Tuesday beating South Fremont 11-0.

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Sugar-Salem beat South Fremont in three sets Tuesday bring the Lady Diggers district record to 2-0.

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This past Saturday night, three of the area Distinguished Young Women participants won scholarships at the state program in Idaho Falls. This program involved 36 young women throughout the state of Idaho and was held at the Colonial Theater.

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Every Friday of October the Standard Journal will publish one story about local Halloween attractions. This is one of a series of stories. Happy Halloween!

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REXBURG – A non-traditional Brigham Young University-Idaho student, who works as the university’s building supervisor while also managing the Rexburg Farmer’s Market each summer, is running for Rexburg mayor.