- published: 14 Oct 2015
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Radio host Neal Larson of KID-AM of Idaho Falls, Idaho interviews Aaron Linsdau about the Idaho Total Eclipse Guide. Aaron reveals some of the secret locations in Idaho and how to be safe while viewing the eclipse. He also talks about tips and tricks for a better viewing experience
Radio Moscow made a stop in Boise between shows in Seattle and Salt Lake City and showed Idaho what was up. These dudes straight up rip and we hope to see them again in the future. Keep the Buzz Rolling! Follow Dirt Buzz: https://www.dirtbuzz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/dirtbuzz/ https://www.facebook.com/dirtbuzz/
Sarabeth,from Sandpoint, Idaho appears on the North Idaho Arts radio show. This soulful trio epitimizes family, faith, and values. Thier first CD just was released, and you can find them on iTunes or www.sarabeththeband.com. I am Gary Lirette, REALTOR for Tomlinson Sotheby's International Realty and host of two North Idaho radio shows: NORTH IDAHO ARTS & ADVENTURE & NORTH IDAHO BUSINESS broadcast on the North Idaho talk radio network, including KSPT & KBFI. To learn more about North Idaho and Sandpoint, call me at 208-610-1384 or visit our community website: www.SandpointID.net
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Like you, Conservative-Republican Dr. Tommy Ahlquist is fed up with career politicians wasting our hard earned money.
IDAHO FALLS - Every day thousands hear local radio personality "Dusty Bee" broadcast from the 105.5/105.9 Hawk studios. What listeners haven't heard about is Dusty's serious medical issues that, according to doctors, could have been fatal. Dusty said the problems started in February when he went in for a routine sinus procedure. The operations went fine but three months later, as Dusty drove his son’s to their mother’s home in Logan, things changed. "I sneezed and coughed out of the blue and felt a pop in my nose," Dusty said during an interview with EastIdahoNews.com. "I got to Logan and I leaned over to pick up my son and fluid just started flowing out of my nose. There was enough to fill my hand." A few days later, Dusty became violently ill and was rushed to the University of Ut...
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Brandon's love for news and journalism grew as he was a student at BYU-Idaho several years ago. He is now back at the school, but this time, as a mentor to several students and as the news and programming coordinator for BYU-Idaho Radio. He told us about the challenges of his job and the things he hopes the students take away from working at BYU-Idaho Radio. We also hear from Erin Quaranta, a student radio producer and host, who talks about how Brandon has helped her develop in her passion. ______ This video does not represent the views of BYU-Idaho and is not a publication of the school itself. This is where I got the royalty free music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJ8esiHcP9Q
POCATELLO -- It's an understatement to say that Bobby Carver is a Keith Urban fan. The 45-year-old Boise native, who was born with Down Syndrome, considers Urban his best friend and Carver has waited years to meet the country megastar. "Keith Urban is Bobby's idol," Carver's sister, Nicole Young, tells EastIdahoNews.com. "We've been watching his tour schedule for quite a while and waiting for him to come back to Idaho." When Young learned Urban was performing at the Portneuf Health Trust Amphitheatre in Pocatello, she decided to do everything she could to help her brother meet the star. "We decided to pass around a picture of him on Facebook to see how many shares it could get," Young says. The sign read: I'm Keith Urban's biggest fan. Share and help me meet him on 8/5/16 in Pocatell...
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