For this edition of the Evening Headlines... The judge in the Chad Daybell trial has set specific instructions for witnesses set to testify. Plus, a new Lego store opens this weekend in Ammon. Then, the 28th annual Fly-Tying and Fly-Fishing Expo is coming up.
BYU-Idaho's Students Activities and Campus Life events committees organized an event for BYU-Idaho students on Monday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Manwaring Center. The event, which is called White-Out, will feature bowling, spike ball and more in a glow in the dark setting with blacklights.
Nathan Gwilliam is the founder and CEO of PodUp, a platform for creating, growing, and monetizing podcasts. In this interview with Brandon Isle, Gwilliam talks about the program and the modules and tools it has to offer. You can check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/local-news/founder-and-ceo-of-podup-is-revolutionizing-the-podcast-industry
Christian Nelson, Brianna Leal, and Chandler Guadagnin are joined by guest, Kira Martin, the owner of The Rock Gym Rexburg. They talk about what makes rock climbing fun, how to get started, the gear needed, and more.
Coming to Rexburg on March 8th My Fair Lady will be playing at the Romance Theater!
A 23-year-old BYU-Idaho student is recovering from injuries after being hit by a car in the crosswalk, Breanna Latouche tells us more about My Fair Lady, and the Provo Utah Temple will close Saturday for reconstruction.
On this episode of your evening headlines police continues to search for a Idaho man who was last seen leaving a Little Caesars in Rigby... Plus Lori Vallow-Daybell is back in court... And the Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square is set to go on tour in September.
Lions have been spotted in Hailey and Ketchum. The Idaho department of fish and game has taken a proactive approach in dealing with the situation.
Paul Nauta, the public relations director of RootsTech, talks about the upcoming RootsTech event. In this interview with Brandon Isle, Nauta talks more about the event and what someone should expect from it. Check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/local-news/rootstech-2024-unites-globally-in-celebration-of-family-and-genealogy
The BYU-Idaho Financial Aid Office is hosting a question-and-answer session during the forum hour tomorrow for any students who would like to know how they can better utilize the office’s services.
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about gas prices rising in Idaho, The Heart Ball hosted by Portneuf Heart and Vascular Institute, and what Governor Little has been working on concerning the communities' agriculture.
An Island Park man is cleared of all charges from a 2021 accident, Kaelin Wills spoke to Terry Thompson for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game about the recent mountain lion spotting, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a new artists rendering of the Teton River Idaho Temple.
Billy Seibert is a backwoods country snowmobiler. With years of experience under his belt, nothing could have prepared him for the tragedy that struck. Seibert was buried in an avalanche and miraculously survived to tell the story. In this interview with Kealin Wills, Seibert recounts the events of that horrific day.
Democrat House Representative Steve Berch shares his thoughts on problems such as the University of Idaho's purchase of the University of Phoenix, the $95-billion foreign aid package the U.S. Senate passed, and the debate whether the state of Idaho should call for a convention of states to amend the U.S. Constitution.
Republican House Representative Stephanie Mickeslen shares her thoughts on problems such as the University of Idaho's purchase of the University of Phoenix, the $95-billion foreign aid package the U.S. Senate passed, and the debate whether the state of Idaho should call for a convention of states to amend the U.S. Constitution.
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about a scholarship Idaho Falls Power is giving to high school sophomores and juniors in the IF area, Elder Stevenson's nine-day ministry, and what happened to a teenager when he was caught by Blackfoot Police Department with a stolen vehicle.
For this Friday, these are your Evening Headlines... TSA officers at the Idaho Falls International Airport confiscated two firearms, in two different cases, this week. Then, an Idaho Falls Spud Kings player is raising money for the IFPD. Also, we caught up with the owner of Fixxology in Rexburg.
Mike Sessions is a BYU-Idaho professor and patriarch for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In an interview with Isabella Salazar, Sessions shares his experiences and advice as a patriarch.
Sister Sharon Eubank is the Director of Humanitarian Services for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In this interview with Austin Pace, she shares more about her work in Humanitarian services, the inspiration behind her University Forum address topic, and her partnership with Mr. Beast. Check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/campus-news/byu-idaho-forum-speaker-speaks-about-justserve-and-mr-beast-humanitarian-efforts
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about what Sister Sharon Eubank shared with BYU-Idaho students yesterday, information on the 44th annual Simplot Games, and what to expect from Pocatello in their preparation for an upcoming kickoff meeting.
The College of Eastern Idaho is celebrating after its practical nursing program was dubbed number one in the gem state, Brandon Isle has the story on some hardworking students at the BYU-Idaho greenhouses, and the state and federal departments of labor have approved the Idaho State Board of Education's K-12 teacher apprenticeship program.
The story of avalanche survivor Billy Siebert.
Sister Sharon Eubank is the Director of Humanitarian Services for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In her University Forum address, she speaks about the sacred life of trees.
Students taking classes in the Horticulture Department at BYU-Idaho help customers find the perfect flowers for their Valentine's Day. Even when Valentine's Day is over, the Greenhouse is open and stocked with plants and flowers.
This week on BYU-Idaho Radio's The Spot, hosts Christian Nelson, Chandler Guadagnin and Brianna Leal talk about escape rooms. They discuss the best escape rooms they’ve experienced and the benefits of escape rooms for teamwork and social skills. They also talk to Dylan Pope, the owner of Rexburg Re-Escape, about the creative process that goes into creating a successful escape room. Strap on your thinking caps and get ready to solve a puzzle or two on this episode of The Spot.
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about what is going on tonight at the Colonial Theater in Idaho Falls, a woman in Blackfoot inviting all to participating in making stained glass art, and a weather warning advisory.
The National Weather Service is issuing a winter storm warning for Eastern Idaho, Governor Brad Little signed an executive order today and John McSwain shares more on a dance showcase happening at BYU-Idaho.
This Thursday Feb. 15th at 7:30 make your way to the Colonial Theater in Idaho Falls for a night of music. Jazz artists from the Lincoln center in New York City are performing classics that everyone will know. This event is for those who are unfamiliar with jazz and those who know it well.
Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles shares an address titled "The Lilies of the Field" in his devotional at BYU-Idaho on Sunday. Check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/devotional/elder-gerrit-w-gong-shares-decision-making-insights-at-byu-idaho-devotional
The Student Leadership Council at BYU-Idaho has Disciple Leadership Trainings that allow BYU-Idaho students to receive a Disciple Leader Certificate.
Donna Waite, Ty Walker, and Kevin Heebner are the owners of Chocolate Plunge, a new small business located on main street here in Rexburg. In this interview with Austin Pace, we’ll talk more about how Chocolate Plunge came to life and the tasty treats they offer. Check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/local-news/chocolate-plunge-opens-in-rexburg
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about what the 4th of July looks like here in Rexburg, Elder Rasband visiting Maui after the tragic fires, and Elder Soares visiting the people in the Caribbean Islands.
Idaho Falls Police have identified the suspect of a robbery that happened in January, Chandler Guadgnin has more on the trend of banks purchasing the name rights to several local venues, and Sister Sharon Eubank is coming to BYU-Idaho on Thursday,
Casey Cruz, a BYU-Idaho Radio and an intern at the Rexburg Area Chamber of Commerce sits down with Austin Pace to talk about this years 4th of July festivities. Check out the article here! https://www.byui.edu/radio/local-news/rexburg-gears-up-for-spectacular-4th-of-july-festivities
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about a quilt show happening in Rexburg next month, BYU-Idaho's Annual Jazz Festival, a mystery of a basketball appearing on the front desk of the Idaho Falls Police Department.
Idaho Falls police arrested two people in connection with an early morning shooting, there's a new Idaho House Majority Leader and a local man tells his story of getting caught in an avalanche while snowmobiling.
In this interview BYU-Idaho Jazz program director Aaron Miller gives insights on the upcoming 25th annual Jazz Festival.
In this interview BYU-Idaho Jazz program director Aaron Miller gives insights on the upcoming 25th annual Jazz Festival.
Sydney Telford and Maria Timm are current BYU-Idaho students. While working together at the Redfish Lake Lodge, they individually had experiences that led them to choose to serve missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about the results of Super Bowl 58, Elder Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles visiting BYU-Idaho on Sunday, and a new program that helps students at an academy.
Aubrey Christensen Hale is a BYU-Idaho alumna. She says her attendance at the university helped her excel spiritually and academically due to being surrounded by people with similar values and her interactions with influential professors.
Republican Senator Linda Hartgen shares her thoughts on Senate Bill 1234 that recently passed the Senate, and the new data about the number of bills introduced this legislative session.
Democrat Senator Melissa Wintrow shares her thoughts on Senate Bill 1234 that recently passed the Senate, and the new data about the number of bills introduced this legislative session.
An injured snowmobiler has been rescued, Harrison Scott tells us more about how some sports lovers at BYU-Idaho have conflicting plans, and a local man has placed vending machines full of Pokémon in local Rexburg shops.
On Sunday February 11th, BYU-Idaho welcomes Elder Gerrit W. Gong of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles for the week's Sunday Devotional. Sports fans may be conflicted however, as Elder Gong will be speaking during Super Bowl LVIII.
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about the Slam Dunk and 3-Point competition at BYU-Idaho tonight, a charter school in Ammon on the brink of denial for their pitch to build another school, and the expansion of the Idaho Falls Regional Airport and how that might mean to relocate a soccer complex.
On this episode of your evening headlines investigators need your help to find a pick-up truck they say hit and severely injured a man this week... Plus Idaho legislators have introduced a bill that would criminalize advertising illegal services or products... And Idaho Falls power is offering over 5-thousand dollars in scholarships to local high school students.
On Feb. 9, BYU-Idaho will host its annual Slam Dunk Competition. From 7 to 10 p.m., three pointers, Slam dunks and more basketball shenanigans will be happening and more. Giveaways and prizes are also available.
In this episode of BYU-Idaho Radio's The Spot, Christian Nelson, Brianna Leal and Chandler Guadagnin chat about the Super Bowl with BYU-Idaho Radio reporter and producer Harrison Scott. They cover current superstitions, Taylor Swift and how the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs stack up. They also cover how to make your Super Bowl snacks stand out from the crowd of microwaved treats and soggy pizza rolls. Get ready for the big game and leave your predictions on which team w...
Listen to our Morning Headlines today to learn more about The Idaho Falls Figure Skating Club working with Olympian and U.S. champion, Mariah Bell, two men who shot a cow elk and left it to die, and construction that is about to begin at the south overpass in Rexburg at Exit 332 and 333.