The Rexburg Care Fair will be held this weekend to share resources for health and wellness for the community.
Welcome to December! These are you Evening Headlines on this Friday... Police are still searching for a missing Victor man and his baby. The man is suspected of killing his wife. Plus, winter is here and with it winter storms. Then, you are invited to go "Shopping with Santa."
In this interview with Disney's film star Adassa and her husband Gabriel, they talk about how they were led to each other, how Adassa's role as Dolores from Encanto impacted her life, and the experience of preparing for the spectacular event A BYU-Idaho Christmas concert.
These are your Morning Headlines... An Idaho AMBER Alert sent out more information regarding an abducted child in Victor, ID. Also, the Bonneville County Transfer Station will be closed December 6th - 20th. Lastly, the Heritage Youth Symphony is looking for more players.
Lori Vallow Daybell is now in the Maricopa county jail in Arizona, the 30 vehicle crash from Monday has now turned deadly, and Idaho has been added to the list of states where children have been affected by the lead found in applesauce.
The Heritage Youth Symphony is currently looking for new members ages 14 to 25. You are welcome to join at https://www.rexburgarts.org/heritage-youth-symphony -- Student reporter Cody Miler has the story.
SodaVine west celebrated its opening on Tuesday with free drinks and treats.
New businesses and construction projects are coming to Rexburg within the next year — here's what you should know.
Daris Howard is a mathematics professor at BYU-Idaho. On the side, he enjoys studying the scriptures and writing about his studies. He has written 27 books, the latest of which is “Insights into the Scriptures: The Jaredites.” In an interview with BYU-Idaho, he talked about the writing and studying process and what he learned from his research. ***The views and opinions discussed in the interview do not reflect the official stance of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or BYU-Idaho.*** Article: https://www.byui.edu/radio/math-professor-and-author-highlights-the-book-of-mormon-jaredites-in-new-book
A new ice-skating rink is coming to Rexburg that features live music and games.
These are your Morning Headlines... A report shows Republicans are flocking to Idaho. Plus, Salt Lake City is getting ever closer to hosting the 2034 Winter Olympic Games. And, a BYU-Idaho student is starting a computer repair business.
These are your Morning Headlines... Lawmakers in congress are facing mounting pressure from corporate lobbyists to pass business tax breaks before the end of the year, but new analysis suggests those cuts would be far more costly than promised. Also, the 2023 Light the World campaign by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints launched Monday in New York City. Lastly, the Salvation Army in Pocatello is ringing their bells this season in hopes of raising 125 thousand dollars.
These are your Evening Headlines... The City of Pocatello has recently received a Water Smart grant. Plus, a recap of today's BYU-Idaho devotional with Presiding Bishop Gérald Caussé of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Then, Bonneville County's "Shop with a Cop" event is happening next Friday.
Bishop Gérald Caussé, the Presiding Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He gave the BYU-Idaho devotional on November 28, 2023. His address is titled "I Saw Your Potential." He talked with BYU-Idaho Radio about his talk and how we can fulfill our potential and see the divine potential in others. Article: https://www.byui.edu/radio/devotional/presiding-bishop-gerald-causse-shares-how-god-views-his-children-with-students-in-byu-idaho-devotional
On this edition of your Morning Headlines... The owner and board members of a Utah contracting company face charges of labor trafficking. Plus, when federal Medicaid COVID-19 protections were rolled back, it affected thousands of children. Then, the annual First Presidency Christmas Devotional for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is this Sunday.
Author, Gail Grant Park, sits down with BYU-Idaho Radio to chat about her latest book "We Are Shadows: An Irish Ghost Story." She talks about how long it took her to write the novel and how bits of her own experiences are woven throughout the story. You can find more at https://gailgrantpark.weebly.com/#/. Article: https://www.byui.edu/radio/local-news/detective-solves-out-of-this-world-mysteries-in-new-book
These are your Morning Headlines... Rexburg's annual Lights ON! Christmas celebration kickoff is tonight. Also, this Friday non-residents can purchase license and tags for the 2024 deer and elk hunting season. Lastly, the Idaho National Laboratory is opening its 4th annual Bright Future in Energy Scholarship competition for 2024.
Chloey Hall is a BYU-Idaho student who has struggled with mental health her entire life. Despite these challenges, she is stronger because of it and says that Heavenly Father has supported her through it. She also offers advice to those facing similar challenges as well as counsel to those who have friends and family with mental health challenges. If you, or someone you know is struggling with their mental health and/or thoughts of suicide, help is always available at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline by dialing 9-8-8. Article: www.byui.edu/radio/
Josh Leukhardt is one of three directors for the BYU-Idaho Theatre Department's production of "A Medieval Christmas Pageant: Plays from The York Cycle." He joins reporter, John McSwain to talk about the production. The show begins on November 29. For more, go to www.byui.edu/theatre. Article: https://www.byui.edu/radio/byu-idahos-a-medieval-christmas-pageant-the-york-cycle-is-ready-to-boost-your-holiday-spirits
Reuben J. Appelman is the author of "While Idaho Slept," a book about the murders of four students at the University of Idaho. In an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, Appelman talks about what goes into writing a book like this, how it affects him, and more. Article: https://www.byui.edu/radio/
Police in Chubbuck are searching for a man who robbed a credit union, Tony Carpenter gave a talk at the BYU-Idaho devotional called 'Mortality is a master class' and an injured 21-year old man was rescued from the summit of Snow King Mountain.
This devotional address titled "Mortality is a Master Class" was given by Brother Tony Carpenter on the campus of BYU-Idaho on November 21, 2023. Article: https://www.byui.edu/radio/devotional/life-is-a-master-class-worth-taking-says-byu-idaho-devotional-speaker