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Fire Meteorologist is Optimistic about Fire Season

REXBURG, Idaho – This year’s wildfire season is looking to be much calmer this year. by Dale Spaulding  published June 30, 2016  With summer in full swing, and counties like Bannock enacting fire bans, southeastern Idahoans may wonder if this year’s threat of wildfires is growing. But this season as a whole doesn’t look particularly exciting. […]

A BYU-Idaho Student Creates an Organization to Fortify Families

Published June 30, 2016 By Nina Janne Tessa Wade says she never had that “ideal family” so she started Family Fortitude as a way for families to strengthen each other. “My family was divorced so I remembered when I was 13 they announced that they were getting a divorce,” she said. “So I think that’s […]

Angela Watkins Talks About Looking Up in Faith During BYU-Idaho Devotional

Published June 28, 2016 During the BYU-Idaho Devotional on June 28, 2016, Angela Watkins, a faculty member in the Health, Recreation, and Human Performance Department at BYU-Idaho, talked about principles of looking back, looking around and looking up in faith. She took her topic from a poem by Ralph Waldo Emerson where he says, “sorrow […]