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Wesley Zollinger of St. Anthony is only 11 years old but he’s been through some tough things like being stepped on by a bull and riding bull with his collar bone broken. Oh and he’s one of the top 10 to 12-year-old bull riders in the region in his first year on a bull.

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REXBURG — Beginning November 21 and running through December 6, more than 70 BYU-Idaho students—including designers, four rotating actors, and a variety of technicians—will combine their efforts and expertise to produce Talley’s Folly. The romantic theatrical work is known for its captivatin…

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Madison’s Annalise Brunson signed her letter of intent to play soccer for Utah Valley University on Wednesday afternoon at Madison High School. One of the most decorated soccer players in the Upper Snake River Valley will begin her collegiate career next July in Orem, Utah.

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POCATELLO — Ensuring hundreds of underprivileged children don’t go without a toy on Christmas and working countless unpaid hours securing various benefits for veterans in need are just some of the top priorities for Pocatello veteran Phillip Hartman and his wife Melissa.

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ST. ANTHONY — The Fremont County Commissioners won’t have a Medicaid plan in place until the state approves one next year. That will come after state legislators review recommendations by the state’s Equitable Assessment of Costs Related to Medicaid Expansion committee.

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Fumbling the ball three times and allowing two long scores by a couple minutes into the second quarter doesn’t usually add up to blow out wins in the playoffs but that’s what North Fremont’s football team pulled off Friday evening. The Huskies beat New Plymouth 44-19 to clinch a spot in the …