The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints just wrapped up the 188th semi-annual General Conference in Salt Lake City. For two weekends of the year, members of the Church of Jesus Christ gather to receive guidance and encouragement from church leaders.
Two years ago the paramedic program was dropped from BYU-Idaho’s curriculum. But that doesn’t mean BYU-Idaho doesn’t have emergency services available. Ashton Davis is the student coordinator for the campus EMS or Emergency Medical Services agency.
With fast changing seasons Pickleball is a great activity to play here in the northwest. Sunny or snowing you can find a place to play anytime. Student Reporter Jessica Morgenthaler tells us how this sport has impacted the lives of our community and how to get involved.
The Family Crisis Center has served as a resource to East Idaho residents since the 1980s. In 1987, a group of concerned citizens recognized the lack of resources for victims of abuse and assault and created the Family Crisis Center.
A local bird watcher is teaching a class. Dallin Saurey has been bird watching the past three years and will now be teaching the class titled “Bird Watching in Eastern Idaho.” The class will also be offered at South Fremont High School in Saint Anthony.
Kaleigh Quick found herself in a tight spot when she didn't get financial aid for the semester. So she decided to get it a different way, through scholarships. Turns out there are more opportunities than many people think!