Chris Brown, our host, and Kayti Didrickson, En-ROADS ambassador, discuss this simulator and how different policies result in different future global temperature outcomes over the next 80-100 years. Learn how to use this tool in your classroom. 

In this July 4th edition of Don't Call it Jazz we check out recordings that explore the United States of America for our nation’s Independence Day from a jazz musician’s point of view.


Sustainable Idaho - Why a Radio Show about Idaho and Sustainability? In this segment we introduce our extraordinary show hosts,  Julie Raymond and Chris Brown, as well as  the work of Sustainable Idaho's sponsors.  Mike Engle, chair of the Portneuf Resource Council, discusses their recent energy and water campaigns.  Dr. Katrina Running discusses the ISU Sustainability Club's history and opportunities for student involvement.  


Westside Players July show

Jun 30, 2020

After cancelling its April production due to Covid-19, Pocatello's non-profit community dinner theater will reopen for its summer production.  Lanford Wilson’s romance, Talley’s Folly, will feature real-life husband and wife cast, Ted and Trina Bonman.

Don't call it Jazz (DCiJ) airs on the first and final Saturday of each month on KISU-FM and is hosted by Jon Armstrong. Don't miss upcoming programs on June 27th and July 4th on KISU-FM.


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Learn how you can help Monarch butterflies succeed here in Idaho in this episode of The Nature of Idaho. Leif and Peter welcome Beth Waterbury from Idaho’s Department of Fish and Game.


In this episode of Navigating Diversity, host Krystoff Kissoon is joined by guest James Pascali, doctoral student in Political Science at Idaho State University. 


In this episode of Navigating Diversity, host Krystoff Kissoon is joined by guest Alma Jam, doctoral student at Idaho State University and local social activist in human trafficking.


After much consideration American Public Media has made the difficult decision to end production and national distribution of Live from Here.

From Chandra Kavati

Vice President of Distribution and Underwriting, American Public Media  

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Join Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruett as they speak with Dr. Lisette Waits from the University of Idaho to talk about the reintroduction of wolves in Idaho in this episode of The Nature of Idaho.


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DOJ Investigates Beef Price Fixing Amid Rancher, Attorneys General Concerns

The pandemic has beef markets on a roller coaster, and Shohone, Idaho's Amie Taber is among the ranchers along for the ride. Click play to hear the audio version of this story.

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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.


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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. 

Yesterday, we created a COVID-19 Legal Advice Line, and we’ve put a bunch of our attorneys to work on a variety of different legal issues on it. We’re going to try to help these people address these issues that many of them have never had the need to address.” Jim Cook, Legal Aid Executive Director


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