In the northern end of St. Anthony contractors have been digging holes and replacing aging natural gas lines as part of the first year’s work in a three-year project.
On his first day as Rexburg Police Department’s Animal Control Officer, Scott Chapman sought to build trust among the animals at the Rexburg Animal Shelter and himself. One dog, Sky, did not respond well and tried to bite him.
Week five brings some familiar teams into our local teams schedule with all three teams in action facing off with a team in their division while two of the three face off with conference opponents.
Ashton residents will receive a Halloween treat thanks to a new multipurpose court expected to be finished by the end of October at the city park.
Officials from Madison Memorial Hospital announce an additional service beginning on October 1, 2020. This new service will be in partnership with Intermountain Healthcare for Telehealth Critical Care.
A Brigham Young University-Idaho student biking to raise money to fight childhood cancer Monday evening, found himself suddenly on the receiving end of needing help after he crashed his bike on South Second East. He is now seeking the good Samaritan who was kind enough to tend to him and tak…
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Boise State fans with Saturday plans in late October, November and December may want to start looking to reschedule.
BILLINGS, Mont. — In May 2018, Yellowstone National Park’s superintendent was ordered by then-Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to manage the park’s bison “more actively like cattle on a ranch,” according to a park briefing statement.
When avid angler Jon Urban first started thinking about landing a state record fish, he was hoping for a white crappie. After all, beating the current 14.25-inch catch/release record seemed doable. After several trips, he finally landed a big one — but not his original target species. To his…
Madison School District 321 and Fremont School District 215 started their annual spud harvests one week early thanks to potatoes ripening sooner than expected.
Both of Sugar’s soccer teams went undefeated this week with the boys’ team going 3-0 and the girls’ team going 4-0. The boys team beat Firth 6-1 Wednesday. The scoring started with Nathan Dayley stealing the ball from Firth in the opening seconds and going down and scoring the first goal wit…
On Friday the two Cougars teams found themselves in a dog fight as each team traded scores throughout the game. South Fremont landed the final blow winning 29-26 in St. Anthony.
Rexburg’s Nature Park may receive an upgrade thanks to the city applying for a $225,000 Idaho Department of Commerce Idaho Community Block Grant.
After Friday’s football game against Madison was canceled due to COVID-19, Bonneville coach Kevin Kempf said the plan is to be back at practice on Monday and play their scheduled game against Skyline on Friday.
Tears welled in the eyes of Madison volleyball coach Meranda Maestas as she recalled the memory, which had just turned four hours old. In her team’s opening match of the Bonneville Classic Saturday morning, a win over Fruitland, senior libero Charity Wilson went down with what turned out to …
Zero. That’s how many points Sugar-Salem’s and Marsh Valley’s football teams scored combined in regulation Friday. Both teams scored in overtime but it was an extra point that ended up handing the Diggers the victory.
REXBURG — Throughout July and August, every county in eastern Idaho surrounding Madison was yellow, or at “moderate risk,” at one point or another.
- Eastern Idaho's first economic summit coming in October
- Pocatello woman recounts long struggle with COVID-19
- East Idaho native's podcast goes from Bigfoot to aliens in new season
- New test equipment will bolster virus monitoring in east Idaho, experts hope
- ISU grad's film set in Old Town Pocatello streaming on Amazon Prime
- PMC, Bingham Memorial reportedly on 'razor's edge' of being overwhelmed by COVID-19
- Body of missing Idaho hiker found 1,000 feet below Utah peak
- Experts, officials combat myths about virus deaths
- Idaho school districts vary widely in COVID-19 transparency
- Crapo, Jordan, Risch react to Supreme Court vacancy
- At October 2020 General Conference, Truth and Inspiration Will Be Center Stage
- How Latter-day Saint Charities Is Helping the World Food Programme During COVID-19
- Groundbreaking Set for Moses Lake Washington Temple
- Church Provides Guidelines for Safely Increasing Activity During COVID-19
- President Nelson turns 96, expresses gratitude for birthday wishes
- Latter-day Saint Charities sends humanitarian aid to Lebanon
- RootsTech conference set to go Virtual in 2021
- Around the world: Faith in the summer of COVID-19
- General Relief Society President celebrates Women's Equality Day
- Elder Cook backs peaceful efforts to combat racism
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