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  • A group of chemicals called PFAS are common in many household items, and potentially causing health problems. Monday, the EPA included them in the draft of its latest list of water contaminants, setting the groundwork for potential regulation.
  • In this fun and light-hearted conversation, host Krystoff Kissoon sits down with guest, Ailie Maclean, ASISU Vice President-Elect for the 2021-2022 academic year and the newest co-host of KISU’s Sustainable Idaho.
  • The 18th Annual CW HOG golf tournament fundraising event will take place this Saturday, July 17th, at Riverside Golf Course in Pocatello. Registration for this four-person scramble can be completed through the Outdoor Adventure Center office at Idaho State University or at the golf course on July 17th, the morning of the tournament, at 7:00 am.
  • Dr. David Adler welcomes back Presidential Scholar and Professor Dr. Lara Brown for a two-part conversation about voting rights, partisan divide, and the strategies being used by both parties to gain political advantage. Lara M. Brown, Ph.D., serves as an associate professor and the director of the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) at the George Washington University.
  • Just weeks into the summer season, a heatwave is once again suffocating parts of the Mountain West including areas already grappling with historic drought conditions.
  • Dr. David Adler welcomes back Presidential Scholar and Professor Dr. Lara Brown for a two-part conversation about voting rights, partisan divide, and the strategies being used by both parties to gain political advantage. Lara M. Brown, Ph.D., serves as an associate professor and the director of the Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) at the George Washington University.
  • In this special two-part episode recorded and broadcasted in June in recognition of Pride Month, host Krystoff Kissoon sits down with guest, Reverend Jenny Peek, Consulting Minister of Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Krystoff and Jenny examine the meaning of Pride Month and highlight two categories which are often marginalized even within the LGBTQIA+ community: “ace” or asexuality and demisexuality. The conversation closes with Jenny’s advice for individuals struggling to reconcile their sexual orientation and gender identity with their faith, and how we can all be better allies to those who identify as asexual and demisexual.
  • In this special two-part episode recorded and broadcasted in June in recognition of Pride Month , host Krystoff Kissoon sits down with guest, Reverend Jenny Peek, Consulting Minister of Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Krystoff and Jenny navigate her story to becoming a minister and the current work of the Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, as well as issues such as conscious parenting and antiracism.
  • Raising cattle is big business in Idaho. This episode of The Nature of Idaho features a conversation with Dr. John Hall about new research from the University of Idaho.
  • Lawmakers have been attempting to craft a bipartisan bill to overhaul the nation’s policing laws - From Idaho Capital Sun, Laura Olson reports.Original…