We’re time traveling this episode, way back, millions of years ago to a time when Idaho was covered by an ocean of water. Join us as we speak with Dr. Forest Gahn from BYU-Idaho about ancient sea-life in Idaho.


 

While the COVID-19 pandemic may have halted the many rituals and celebrations of daily life, KISU-FM is collaborating with American Falls High School to broadcast its first non-traditional graduation ceremony this year.

The 45-minute ceremony will take place at Brulotte Field at JR Simplot Elementary School on Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 7:00 pm. The proceedings will be pre-recorded and aired on KISU-FM to allow those who cannot attend to tune in. 

 

Hobos, wolves and widows, oh my! Join Leif and Peter as they speak with Dr. Joseph Cornell from Idaho State University about the wonderful world of spiders and spiders in Idaho. 


https://www.battelle.org/covid19-newsroom

MAY 6, 2020- Today, Governor Brad Little announced a partnership with the global research and development organization Battelle that will provide decontamination of N95 masks for Idaho’s front line health providers using CCDS or Critical Care Decontamination System. Hospitals, nursing homes, home health facilities, emergency services personnel and others are be able to use the services at no cost.


The May 2nd edition of Don't Call it Jazz on KISU features conversation and music created at the KISU-FM studios with our host, Jon Armstrong, and his guest, Aaron Miller. 


The newest KISU-FM program, Don't Call it Jazz, airs on the first and final Saturday at 7:00 pm. Listen to the April 25th edition of the program below, and tune in for the next installment at 7:00 pm on Saturday, May 2nd. The next episode features our host, Jon Armstrong, in the studio with BYUI music professor and bassist Aaron Miller. 


In this episode of The Nature of Idaho Leif and Peter talk with Matt Lucia of Sagebrush Steppe Land Trust about efforts to protect sagebrush ecosystems in Idaho and throughout the West.

Steve Stuebner

Join us for a conversation with Steve Stuebner, spokesman for Governor Little's Recreate Responsibly Idaho campaign, for tips and ideas for recreating during the COVID-19 pandemic and Stay at Home Order. 

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic caused the nation to all but shut down, Idaho now has a schedule to gradually reopen - albeit a tentative one.  

With state-wide pressure mounting and amid growing calls to disobey Idaho Governor Brad Little’s stay at home order, Little provided specific information and proposed dates for reopening the state during his town hall meeting today in Boise.

 

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic caused the nation to all but shut down, Idaho now has a schedule to gradually reopen - albeit a tentative one.  

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https://www.battelle.org/covid19-newsroom

MAY 6, 2020- Today, Governor Brad Little announced a partnership with the global research and development organization Battelle that will provide decontamination of N95 masks for Idaho’s front line health providers using CCDS or Critical Care Decontamination System. Hospitals, nursing homes, home health facilities, emergency services personnel and others are be able to use the services at no cost.


Steve Stuebner

Join us for a conversation with Steve Stuebner, spokesman for Governor Little's Recreate Responsibly Idaho campaign, for tips and ideas for recreating during the COVID-19 pandemic and Stay at Home Order. 

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic caused the nation to all but shut down, Idaho now has a schedule to gradually reopen - albeit a tentative one.  

With state-wide pressure mounting and amid growing calls to disobey Idaho Governor Brad Little’s stay at home order, Little provided specific information and proposed dates for reopening the state during his town hall meeting today in Boise.

 

For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic caused the nation to all but shut down, Idaho now has a schedule to gradually reopen - albeit a tentative one.  

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