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Morning Headlines for October 11, 2021 covers the Casper Wyoming temple groundbreaking for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a plan to breach multiple dams to save salmon in Idaho, and an unexpected snowstorm in Utah putting runners at risk.
Morning Headlines for October 8, 2021 covers Idaho Republicans concerned over a far right takeover in the party, President Biden restoring two monuments in Utah, and the Idaho Supreme Court clarifying the types of in-person hearings they will hold.
Details about the woman who was severely burned in Yellowstone National Park this week have been released, an apartment building in Boise is being torn down, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center was given an award by Practice Greenhealth, and Idaho Falls Symphony talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about how the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect performances.
Professor of Marriage and Family Studies at BYU-Idaho helps explain statistics found in a recent Deseret News article called "Perspective: The group that's happiest in the pandemic may surprise you" which show that parents are the happiest demographic during the pandemic.
Student reporter Logan Miller talks with Andy Johnson, the Director of the Architecture and Construction Management Services department at BYU-Idaho, about current construction projects on campus. They discuss the project details, the process, and when they're expected to be done.
The judge in the Chad Daybell and Lori Vallow-Daybell case listened to arguments in a hearing to determine whether the murder trial should be moved out of Fremont County, FSY conferences from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be returning next year, and today's BYU-Idaho Devotional speaker was Susan Orme, a mathematics professor here on campus.
Gas prices have been on a slow rise in the U.S., and Idahoans may soon see prices rise further. Bikers Against Bullies held a rally ride from Idaho Falls to Rigby Middle School. The announcement of the 2nd Rexburg Temple has the city buzzing.
The David O. McKay Library on BYU-Idaho campus has a new display in the special collections section dedicated to commemorating the life and works of Dante Alighieri. Special Collections Assistant Rebecca Dorney gives insights about the display.
Morning Headlines for October 4, 2021 covers public records regarding Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin's indoctrination task force under examination, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' general conference rundown with a new temple in Rexburg, and Oregon's attorney general filing lawsuits against two "second amendment sanctuary" counties.
Patrick Mason and David Pulsipher, co-authors and scholars of peace, tell about their new Deseret book release which invites readers "to renounce violence and proclaim Christ's good news of love and peace to a world that desperately needs it."
A hearing for Chad Daybell's case today got heated, Idaho National Laboratory and Idaho State University worked together to host a training exercise for support teams, and a Rigby High School student went viral on TikTok after showing the impact of the district's new "no-backpack" policy.
The CDC says kids are okay to trick-or0treat in small groups. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has finished its redevelopment project in Mesa, Arizona. An Idaho teacher has her sights set for the title of Miss USA. She was crowned Miss Idaho a little over a year ago.
Morning Headlines for September 29, 2021 covers Idaho healthcare workers in Idaho facing aggressive behavior from locals, Sockeye salmon facing endangerment, the boundary fire taking its course, and fewer opportunities for hunters to hunt for mule dear this season.
Two Rexburg locals are still locked up abroad. China's prison and court systems are in lockdown. FEMA has approved $1.9m dollars of funeral coverage for COVID-19 related deaths. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has launched a new program to help with emotional resilience.
This is an interview with Hailey Andrew, owner of Mind Body Burn. She talks about her fitness company and how her business will contribute to the Free Community Wellness Event at Porter Park in Rexburg on Saturday, September 25, 2021.
An 18-year-old Rigby resident was arrested for stabbing and shooting a Rexburg couple, the Downard Funeral Home and Crematory case has become a criminal investigation, the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has a new mobile app, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced the locations of four new temples in Latin America.
This is an interview with Evie Clair, a finalist on season 12 of America's Got Talent and new freshman at BYU-Idaho. She explains why she chose to attend BYU-I and what her music plans are for the future.