REXBURG — Standing out among the many floats, tractors and cars that made up last week’s Fourth of July parade were more than 20 black horses with red-white-and-blue-clad riders.
ST. ANTHONY — A local woman was found guilty of only one of five counts she faced at her jury trial last week.
ASHTON — The City of Ashton hosted another Fourth of July parade, which featured a variety of floats, decorated vehicles, humble public servants, members of the community and, of course, horses.
ASHTON — The city of Ashton held a special ceremony to honor an Ashton native who is currently serving overseas.
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