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North Fremont and Sugar-Salem girls soccer teams met up for the first of their two regular-season district games Tuesday. The Lady Diggers won 17-0 scoring the most goals they have in a game under head coach Scott Terry and maybe the most goals they’ve ever scored but Terry said setting reco…

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The hills along the South Fork of the Snake River were a beautiful setting for the cross country runners from North and South Fremont along with Madison on Wednesday afternoon for the Ririe Invitational at the 7N Ranch. The Idaho Falls Tigers dominated the meet by winning both the varsity ra…

REXBURG – The 34-year-old mother of a one-year-old child pleaded guilty to her third DUI Monday and faces up to five years in prison. The judge ordered that she serve two years fixed and three years indeterminate. The court gave her credit for the 83 days she served in the Madison County Jail.

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REXBURG — Local lawmakers spent part of a town hall Monday arguing in favor of making the state’s ballot initiative laws stricter, while also addressing issues including education funding, water rights and compensation for the wrongfully convicted.

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SALT LAKE CITY – Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints President Russell M. Nelson again emphasized the Church’s stance on gay marriage and homosexuality during a broadcast to young adult members on Tuesday from Brigham Young University.

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ST. ANTHONY – Flames destroyed a tractor and a hay bailer on Tuesday afternoon near a field located at 150 N 2200 East. No one suffered injury, but the $180,000 farm equipment was a complete loss.

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POCATELLO — Pocatello City Council President Jim Johnston is championing a long-shot plan he’s convinced would result in big municipal savings, thereby easing a weighty tax burden on many Bannock County residents.

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Before last week, Sugar-Salem’s girls’ soccer team’s smallest margin of victory was eight and they hadn’t allowed a goal. So, when they faced off against Teton and Marsh Valley last week, it was a bit of a new experience to play in one-score game. Nevertheless, Sugar prevailed winning both g…

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SUGAR CITY – The city council has agreed to allow campaign signs on city right-of-ways as long as candidates get permission from property owners to do so. Most of the city’s right of ways are adjacent to private property, reported the council.