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Rexburg is reporting that Lori Vallow-Daybell used her late husband Charles Vallow’s credit card to buy a wedding ring just weeks before marrying new husband Chad Daybell and about a month after her children J.J., 7, and Tylee, 17, went missing.

(BOISE)—The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) remind the public to refrain from all nonessential open burning activities as communities respond to the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes …


President Russell M. Nelson invited members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and others to participate in a worldwide fast on Sunday, March 29, to plead with the Lord for “physical and spiritual healing” in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Scott Marrett, a Native of Southern California, and his brother were driving through Ashton on the way to their property they own in Island Park and Marrett decided he wanted to visit North Fremont’s baseball fields. When he arrived at the school, he was shocked to find there were no basebal…


This week Governor Brad Little ordered all Idahoans to stay home for 21 days. Residents are facing uncertainty as they prepare to stay home for three weeks. The Standard Journal spoke with Dr. Ron Larsen, a psychiatrist and medical director of Optum Idaho. The company is working with the Dep…


BOISE – Idaho workers laid off due to the coronavirus filed 13,341 new claims for unemployment insurance benefits during the week of March 15-21, 2020, up 12,310 for a 1,200 percent increase over the previous week.


Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday issued a 21-day statewide stay-home order that "requires Idaho residents to stay and work from home as much as possible while ensuring all essential services and businesses remain available," according to the order.


The Eastern Idaho Public Health Department reports that Fremont County has its first case of COVID-19. “Female under the age of 60. This individual was not hospitalized and is self-isolating at home,” reported the department on its webpage. “This case is connected with travel out of the coun…


As the country is gripped with fear, Madison County has some happy news: the clerk’s office is being flooded with marriage licenses.


REXBURG – The Idaho Food Bank and the Rexburg Mobile Food Pantry have joined forces to hold an emergency food distribution on Wednesday. It’s expected that the group will provide 450 boxes of food for residents seeking the help.