KISU Local Features and Interviews

Weekdays from 5am - 9am

KISU staff and volunteers regularly sit down with community and campus groups to talk about events, occurances, and opportunities related to Eastern Idaho. Audio of those conversations will be posted here.

KISU-FM Local News updates are heard live each weekday at the following times:

6:04 am, 6:49 am

7:04 am, 7:49 am

8:04 am, 8:49 am

4:04 pm

5:04 pm

Morning News Hosts: Linda Larsen & Shaela Litzau

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.

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. 

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


Steve Pew, Environmental Health Director at Southeast Idaho Public Health, joins us to talk about recommendations by public health officials not to close their doors for business in Eastern Idaho at this time. However, they have issued a realease with recomendations for employers, employees, and patrons to help minimize the risks associated with the spread of COVID-19. 


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