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REXBURG — The artist Jeff Hepworth is coming to Brigham Young University-Idaho, and he is bringing his “Quiet Moments” with him. “Quiet Moments” is the name of his exhibit that will be available at the BYU-Idaho Spori Art Gallery September 20 through October 25. It features art pieces specif…

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North Fremont had runners participate in the Ririe 7N Invitational this week and the Bob Firman Invite.

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The Sugar-Salem girls soccer team pulled in another win Saturday beating Teton 2-0 in Sugar City.

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REXBURG - Police and ambulance officials responded to a call of a dead man found inside a parked car Monday afternoon at 1178 University Ave.

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Scoreless at halftime, the Highland Rams girls’ soccer team took the lead late in the second half, but Madison fought back to tie the score at 1-1 Thursday night in Rexburg. Madison goalie, Rachael Hicks was a busy young lady who stopped six quality shots on goal by the Highland Rams.

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Coming into Friday’s game against American Falls, Sugar allowed 9.3 points-per-game and scored 34.5 points-per-game. In other words, their games haven’t been close, but Friday’s game may be the most dominating performance the Diggers have had so far. Sugar-Salem beat the beavers leading wire…

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REXBURG – Seventh District Court Judge Greg Moeller postponed making a decision on whether Sugar City Councilman Bruce King may vote on the Old Farm Estates until October 10th. In the meantime, Moeller ordered that a settlement conference be held between Sugar City officials, the Lerwills, K…

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Last week, it was tempting to think North Fremont couldn’t get any better but the Huskies proved that hypothesis wrong quickly, winning 55-0, including 48 points in the first half. The Huskies again dominated on the ground with 432 yards rushing.

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FIRTH− It has been confirmed by a press release given to us by the Bingham County Sheriff's Office, that it was a Bingham County Sheriff's Deputy who was shot. He is currently hospitalized and awaiting surgery. 

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The Madison Bobcats won their homecoming game, 31-17, by outscoring the Blackfoot Broncos, 14 to 7 in the second half at Ferguson Field in Rexburg. Madison trailed the Broncos midway through the second quarter at 10-7 but responded with a field goal and a touchdown to lead at halftime.

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Editor’s Note: This article is part three of a four-part series on housing in the Upper Valley. The Standard Journal published two articles in this series; the first one is about accessibility of starter homes in Rexburg and the second one is about wages being high enough for first-time home…