After spending the last nine years as a district judge in Eastern Idaho, and 19 years before that as an attorney, Judge Gregory Moeller of Rexburg is headed to Boise to serve on the Idaho State Supreme Court.
Pain, although not pleasant, is absolutely necessary in life. Darrel Higgins, the final BYU-Idaho devotional speaker of 2018, conveyed to students that even though pain is, well painful, we can ultimately learn and grow from it.
Idaho superintendent of public instruction Sherri Ybarra had the opportunity to attend the National Summit on Education Reform and speak to Sen. Jim Risch, R - ID, about a new initiative she is hoping to get passed.
Local children gather in Burton Idaho to the Richie farm and put on a live nativity. Janis Ritchie started putting this together in 2003 in honor of her grandson who passed away. The children are happy to provide this service to the community and encourage everyone to come out and see their performance.
In this episode of "Tell Me About It" BYU-Idaho students take on cyber security, Rexburg's community theater puts on the play "It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play," and local people put on a live Nativity throughout December.
After reciving a Facebook message from Becky Rhoads, the director of the after school choir "the Treblemakers" Margo Rey decided to personally call Rhoads back. Rey then decided to come to Idaho to perform with the group.