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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.

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North Fremont has had a tough run so far in district play losing to Firth and West J before falling in four mostly tight sets to Ririe Tuesday.

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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 …

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