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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

Latest Episodes
  • KISU FM's McKenzie Young chats with Idaho State University's Cooperative Wilderness Handicap Outdoor Group Director Bob Ellis about the CW HOG annual Pig Out dinner and picnic on September 18, at the Lower Ross Park pavilion.
  • The ISU College of Pharmacy has one of the greatest success stories on the campus of Idaho State. The 100+1 celebration happening next weekend is an opportunity for them to tell their success story and honor the individuals and achievements that have shaped the College over the past century.
  • (IDAHO FALLS, Idaho) — The Experimental Breeder Reactor-I Atomic Museum, located 50 miles west of Idaho Falls, Idaho, on U.S. 20, will open to the public Friday, Aug. 6, through Sunday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Linda Larsen sits down with Carri Parrish Curtis to discuss the 3 on 3 basketball tournament dedicated to Carbon monoxide poisoning awareness, and the Bill Parrish Family.
  • Since its inception in 1999, KISU FM Radio has been housed in Student Affairs, the assumption being that the station was primarily a student resource. Much has changed, however, impacting programming and funding. While KISU partners with a wide range of departments with students and faculty from diverse academic disciplines, the majority of KISU’s community partners and contributing stakeholders are engaging from outside of the university.
  • The Pocatello Arts Council is proud to be a co-sponsor of the Montana Shakespeare in the Parks as they return this year on Thursday July 22 and Saturday July 24th to Pocatello with performances at the ISU Quad
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised] is on stage at Westside Players July 16-31. WSP Director Phil Shepherd-Blalock and actor Adam Gribas join KISU FM's McKenzie Young to share about this fast-paced production that is likely to entertain audience members no matter what their Shakspearian knowledge is. More information at https://www.westsideplayers.org/home.html.
  • 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.
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) will be on stage at The Warehouse in Pocatello Friday and Saturday evenings, July 16-31. KISU FM's McKenzie Young had a chat with Westside Players President Travis W. Hopkins about what's happening with this volunteer operated, nonprofit theatre company. Dinner or show only tickets are available. View the menu, reserve tickets, and find more at https://www.westsideplayers.org/home.html.
  • KISU-FM invites listeners to celebrate with us this holiday season! Tune in for a range of special programs from December 21st through January 1, 2021. A…