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    Women March on Idaho

    This Saturday, groups of women throughout Idaho and the country will march to show unity and give voice to their concerns.

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    Professor Opens Up About Newly Published Book

    Writing Ourselves: Essays on Creativity, Craft and Mormonism is a book of essays written and complied by Jack Harrell, a professor in the Department of English at BYU-Idaho.

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    Lindsay Christensen Named Extreme Huntress 2017

    Lindsay Christensen of Weston, Idaho, as named the Extreme Huntress 2017 on Jan. 6 at the Dallas Safari Club in Texas.

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    Pocatello Closer to Selecting City Flag

    After a 2016 competition for new flag ideas, the City of Pocatello is approaching a final flag design.

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    BYUI Scroll Interview: Emergency Medical Services Return

    A New Program Comes To BYU-Idaho

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    BYU-Idaho Devotional Speaker Bears Testimony of the Savior

    Bonnie Moon, who teaches math at BYU-Idaho, shared her testimony of Jesus Christ in her BYU-Idaho Devotional talk.

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    Kimball Benson Talks Peer-Mentoring at BYU-Idaho

    The peer-mentoring program at BYU-Idaho was designed to help new students get acclimated to the campus.

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    Russian Professor Discusses New Call to Ukraine Mission

    Ed Kumferman has been called to serve as the mission president over the Ukraine Kiev Mission for The LDS Church.

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    BYU-Idaho calls new vice president to new department

    Rob Garrett has been appointed to serve as the Vice President for Executive Strategy and Planning, a new department created due to the growth of the university.

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    Art Faculty Discusses New Spori Art Exhibit

    Scott Franson spoke to BYU-Idaho Radio about his new exhibit in the Spori Art Gallery, "Modules, Patterns and Repeats."

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