Hospitals in the south and southeastern regions of Idaho have banded together to release a joint statement calling for their communities to take responsibility to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The Rexburg Kiwanis Club and Rexburg Rotary Club are calling upon child artists to help distribute thank-you cards to about 150 businesses on Thursday.
Brigham Young University-Idaho officials are warning students that anyone intentionally exposing themselves or others to COVID-19 will be suspended and may be permanently dismissed.
The Idaho State Department of Education recently awarded Fremont County School District #215 a $57,000 Mastery Learning Grant.
The Madison and Fremont school districts are providing breakfasts and lunches to students and have been doing so since the first of the school year.
The Rexburg Police Department is requesting assistance in locating a missing teenager.
Derek Wayne Owens
St. Anthony is now a Second Amendment sanctuary city, which symbolically opposes the enactment of laws from the state or federal government that infringe upon the right to keep and bear arms.
Madison County is now under high risk status of Eastern Idaho Public Health’s COVID-19 Regional Response Plan but won’t see further restrictions issued from EIPH.
The Community Food Basket – Idaho Falls learned last Thursday that it would be receiving a new item in its federal food assistance boxes: a letter from President Donald Trump addressed to recipient families.
Rexburg has reached the New York Times’ number one rank for cities with rising active COVID-19 cases within the last two weeks.