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Idaho Matters is the place on-air and online where folks with different views can talk with each other, exchange ideas, debate with respect and come away richer from the experience. We hope you'll engage with us! Now we're looking for your stories on growth and affordability in the Treasure Valley. Here's how to share your voice. _
 
The Obituary Writer of Crestfall, Idaho finds himself deeply in over his head as he investigates a series of strange and mysterious deaths… when he is supposed to simply be writing obituaries. Along the way he encounters murderous farmers, man-eating cats, haunted bicycles, and a healthy dose of ominous shadows.
 
The weekly podcast for Canyon Springs Christian Church. At Canyon Springs we endeavor to be genuine followers of Christ whose lives are centered on Christ. We are made up of many people from many different backgrounds, but we seek to come together as one. Colossians 3:15 While we are committed to knowing the truth of Scripture without compromise, we are also committed to loving each other instead of arguing over petty issues.
 
Wanna Know Idaho is a listener-generated podcast from Boise State Public Radio's newsroom that is driven by YOU! No matter how quirky or serious your question might be, we want to know: What sparks your curiosity about the Gem State, Idaho culture or the people who call it home? Join this curious collective by subscribing, sharing and reviewing this podcast.
 
The longest-running public policy show in the West, Idaho Reports turns a spotlight on the statehouse during the legislative session. Subscribe for regular episodes, bonus segments, and updates on the important issues affecting all Idahoans. © 2020 Idaho Public Television | Idaho State Board of Education, an agency of the State of Idaho
 
Game Plan For Life is a podcast hosted by Skip Hall. Skip is the former head football coach at Boise State University. During 30 years in coaching, his teams went to 12 bowl games, including 3 Rose Bowls and the Orange Bowl. Through interviews with coaches, players, business and ministry leaders, Skip seeks to show the importance of having a game plan in order to succeed in all areas of life.
 
In the Global Idaho Podcast, students interview DACA recipients, and other community members to study DREAMers in Southeast Idaho, in order to 1) understand DACA and its political, social, and economic significance and 2) increase awareness about immigration and immigration reform in our community. Contact: histdept@isu.edu
 
We are a church affiliated with the international Nazarene denomination - a Weslyan movement founded in at the turn of the century, and formally organized in 1908. It's our mission as a church To Honor God, Introduce people to Christ, Disciple believers into spiritual maturity, and Deploy Christians into service. Check out our website for more information: crosspointif.org!
 
Join Dave and David every week for News, Events, Advice and Best Practices for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses in the Gem State. Brought to you by the Idaho Small Business Development Center. Visit us at www.idahosbdc.org, email at BizCast@idahosbdc.org, or Twitter at @IdahoBizCast.
 
Join Idaho Press-Tribune's Bradley Guire and John Wustrow for "Canyon County Sports 'N Stuff," an amusing and insightful look at the personalities surrounding the Canyon County sports scene. This weekly podcast is centered around guest interviews, a bit of news and the occasional pro-wrestling reference.
 
Idaho Press Boise State beat writer B.J. Rains breaks down the Broncos with news, analysis and interviews. Stay informed on all things Boise State football and basketball as he previews the upcoming game, reviews last week's action and hits on all the news and notes surrounding the Broncos. -- 840719
 
Mike Turner, host of the Idaho Speakeasy, is a local business owner, author, and world travel junkie. Mike has always been enthralled to meet and learn from other local entrepreneurs, community leaders and fascinating local icons in the community he calls home. Mike soon discovered that the stories and advice he was getting was too rich and valuable to not be shared with the rest of the community. With that, the concept for Idaho Speakeasy was born. For more, visit: http://IdahoSpeakeasy.com
 
Listen along with us as This American Life's Serial podcast revisits the case of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl of Hailey, Idaho. Bergdahl walked away from his unit in Afghanistan in 2009 and was captured, marking five birthdays in captivity before his release. Now, he faces a full military court-martial. Reporters with the Idaho Statesman and Boise State Public Radio discuss Bergdahl's case, Serial's reporting and what happens when an Idahoan becomes the center of international news.
 
Welcome to the Dan & Kody Podcast! Dan, a DC/Maryland native, and Kody, a home grown Idaho guy team up to bring the funny to your ears! Join us as we juggle life's obstacles and put a spotlight on life in Los Angeles as 30 something males. This is a place where you're guaranteed to listen to two guys cover everything under the Sun! From daily life, pop culture, politics, current events, Film and TV, Dan and Kody are sure to convey their own interesting take on the subject! Fresh and funny po ...
 
Kathryn Kemp Guylay, MBA, CNC (Certified Nutritional Counselor) shares inspiration and actionable advice for your happier, healthier and more successful life. The Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons Podcast features today’s leaders in the wellness industry as well as successful entrepreneurs and business visionaries. Each show highlights a mantra or set of mantras that listeners can follow and integrate into their days in to reach greater heights in their careers and personal lives. ...
 
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William Perry Pendley came to Idaho last week. While he was visiting the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, he told reporters that he has never been the Acting Director of the Bureau of Land Management. He said his title has always been Deputy Director of Policy and Programs.By Samantha Wright
 
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare says students returning to college is one of the factors driving an increase in COVID-19 cases.The numbers show that several university campuses are experiencing sharp increases in COVID-19 cases. This week, outbreaks led the University of Idaho to allow virtual teaching this week.…
 
2020 has been a tumultous year for the U.S. As the country grapples with a global pandemic and an unsteady economic outlook, some people have turned to conspiracy theories for answers. But theories like QAnon can be dangerous, and have split up families and friends who have gotten involved with the cult-like conspiracy. How can you talk with a love…
 
With the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the educational system, many teachers, parents and school administrators are grappling with how to best educate students and keep them safe from COVID-19. RISE, the Treasure Valley’s education partnership, will hold a symposium Friday that will focus on the impact the pandemic is having on public education and …
 
This week, Josh talks about how we are called to speak truth and oppose false testimony. -------------------- Real Life is a Christian church reaching the world for Jesus, one person at a time, in Moscow, ID. You can catch our services in person or online every Sunday at 9 and 11 AM. Online Giving: http://liferotp.com/give Life Groups: http://lifer…
 
Well I’m so excited to be back in the narrative this morning and to introduce the main point, I want to read the opening line from Tolstoy’s novel Anna Kerenina. It begins this way:By that, Tolstoy meant that for a family to be happy, it had to succeed in several key aspects. And for that reason every happy marriage looks similar.They communicate w…
 
Dal, Blake, and Daniel talk about what you can do to find your passion! Not sure what major to even choose? You're not alone. Listen for our interview with Brother Haacke of the Comm department. Videos mentioned in the podcast:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZ7Y1-0bNeQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyYjYnAFB20https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nETgc…
 
We're two weeks out from the November 3 election while the state continues to see coronavirus cases rise, so there's a lot to cover. Today our Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable panel includes Don Day , the founder and editor of BoiseDev, Nicole Foy , investigative reporter with the Idaho Statesman and Rebecca Boone , the supervisory correspondent o…
 
The West Ada School Board, which covers Meridian, ran into some turmoil this week. Four things happened: Central District Health put Ada County schools in the high risk category for COVID-19, the head of the board suddenly resigned, the board decided not to switch to online learning and Meridian teachers decided to hold a sick-out on Monday.…
 
Idaho's largest school district is bracing for more than 700 teachers to call in sick on Monday in protest of continuing in-person learning under the highest COVID-19 risk classification.We're not really sure what will happen yet, but the district has said it can't cover the absences as of now.By Idaho EdNews
 
It’s 45 degrees this morning in the Treasure Valley. And a cool 44 in Poky, 40 in IF, Northern Idaho, it's 42 this morning in CDA and a bit colder in Sandpoint…. Afternoon temps will hit the 50s and 60’s. On the markets, Dec. 20 Corn futures opening at $4.03…That was an all-time high on the front month continuation. Up 16 cents from last week… Whea…
 
The sage grouse represents some of the biggest controversies in the Mountain West. From armed standoffs on public land in Nevada and Oregon, to explosive growth, wildfires, wild horses, big oil and fracking, every issue is connected to the sage grouse. This strange prehistoric bird is a hot button political issue.…
 
When the pandemic hit in March, businesses suffered. And all those people who were going to start new jobs or internships were suddenly left hanging. But Boise State’s College of Business and Economics saw an opportunity. They’re matching students with local nonprofits and small businesses for internships supported by some generous grant funding.…
 
An interview with Jim Anglesey, the Pocatello assistant city planner and staff liaison to the Historic Preservation Commission. He talks about All Hallows Eve, a cemetery scavenger hunt on Oct. 24 at the Mountain View Cemetery and Brady Chapel. Proceeds from this event will go towards restoring the Brady Chapel. https://www.byui.edu/radio/pocatello…
 
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