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Session Ends, But Idaho Legislature Not Finished 

After a longer than planned 2015 session, the Idaho Legislature came to a close this month.

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ISU Students to Hold Candlelight Vigil for Nepal Earthquake Victims 
Nepalese students at Idaho State University hit especially hard by the news of the earthquake band together to raise money for relief efforts and show support.
Kayakers on the Bear River. (Ethan Wellhausen)
Kayakers raise money for young adults battling cancer 
This weekend kayakers hit the rapids in Grace after PacifiCorp opened the Grace Dam for white-water recreation. An annual festival is held during the three-day water release.
Magnito Science (Deanne Coffin)
ISU Physics Students Present 'Magnito-Science'
The Idaho State University Department of Physics and the Society of Physics students presented a free public demonstration show called 'Magnito-Science
Guns and Grub (Deanne Coffin)
Local Event Brings Out the Big Guns
The Idaho Army National Guard showed their appreciation to the community at the 'Guns and Grub' event at the Idaho Army National Guard Armory in Pocatello.
Church leaders breaking ground on the new temple in Afton, Wyoming. (Ethan Wellhausen)
LDS Church breaks ground on new temple in Afton 
AFTON, Wyo. -- Thousands of people watched as the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints broke ground on the newest temple in Afton, Wyoming Saturday.
Urban Invasion (Deanne Coffin)
Locals Crawl Through Mud to Support SEICAA 
Dozens of teams got down and dirty on Saturday as they ran through Old Town Pocatello for the 3rd annual 'Urban Invasion' 5-K Obstacle Challenge to raise money for SEICAA.
7th Annual Bengal Triathalon
The 7th Annual Bengal Triathlon got underway at Reed Gym on Friday.
Changes coming to Big Sky basketball conference tournament
Changes are coming to the Big Sky men's and women's conference basketball tournament, and this is good news if you're an ISU fan.
Possible rule could change the face of high school softball 
A proposed new rule could change high school softball in Idaho, but it's all in an effort to make the game safer.
Local Library Lands On Best Places to Work List 
The research company Populus has released its “Best Places to Work in Idaho” results and many eastern Idaho companies made the list.

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