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  • Tami Hymas

    Southeast Idaho Woman Hopes To Change How People See Themselves For The Better

    "We're made to be great," Tami Hymas, founder of BeUtofullness told BYU-Idaho Radio. "We use fear to let us settle and that's not okay."

  • Tyler Barton, Student Honor Administrator at BYU-Idaho

    Brother Tyler Barton Counsels Students To Avoid Contention

    "If we're on the path and we're heading in the right direction, that's what we need to do," Barton said. "So, get on that path of avoiding contention, or being a peacemaker...and even if our steps are slow, to try to be moving in the right direction."

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    Ski Idaho Lets 5th and 6th Graders Hit the Slopes for Free

    "Skiing and snowboarding is super important for children to learn," Tony Harrison, publicist for the Idaho Ski Areas Association, told BYU-Idaho Radio. "During the winter, it can be pretty challenging for parents to find things to keep their kids active and fifth and sixth graders are at a crucial age in their development where they're choosing healthy lifestyle activities including...skiing and snowboarding."

  • Hosts on BYU-Idaho Radio's "The Spot" Talk World Series

    In our fourth episode, BYU-Idaho Radio's The Spot hosts David Payne and Adam McGurk talk about the recent World Series win by the Houston Astros. They look at the new records set and the contraversy of "slippery and juiced balls." They also compare this year to last year and give their way too early predictions for next year's World Series.

  • Shawn Johansen

    Brother Shawn Johansen Teaches About The Value of Spiritual Records

    "Records allow us to do other important things like for example, develop gratitude," Shawn Johansen, Chair of the History, Geography and Political Science Department at BYU-Idaho told BYU-Idaho Radio. "They help us to see blessings the Lord has given to us...in addition to gratitude...they help us improve. Journals, if they're done correctly...help us be self-evaluative."

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    BYU-Idaho Students Host Children's Halloween Party

    "For our class, we had to put on an event this semester and so we chose to have a Halloween kiddie carnival," Emma Dillard, a junior studying communications with an emphasis in public relations told BYU-Idaho Radio. "It's open to the community children ages, basically from zero to 10, anyone in that age range."

  • Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gather in front of the LDS Conference Cente for General Conference

    LDS Church Announces Consolidates General Conference Sessions

    According to the letter, consolidating general conference sessions into one weekend furthers Church efforts "of reducing and simplifying the work of the Church and the demands made upon leaders and members," and stated the change would bless the lives of all the members of the church.

  • "The Spot" Album Artwork: Episode 3

    New Episode Of "The Spot" Podcast Dives Into Halloween

    In this week's episode of "The Spot," Myles Primm, Dale Spaulding, and Sydney Jensen tackle the second part of their Halloween series and talk about all things haunted.

  • Wayne Kimball's "Sleeper"

    Artist Behind New Exhibit At Spori Art Gallery Talks Creative Inspiration

    "It's a statement describing where I work and that I don't have to follow the instructions anymore because I've been doing it long enough that I can do it just by thinking about it," Wayne Kimball, a southeast Idaho artist told BYU-Idaho Radio.

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    BYU-Idaho Enrollment Figures for Fall 2017 Show "Steady, Upward Course"

    Brigham Young University-Idaho's student population is on a "steady, upward course." That's what the latest numbers from the university are saying after officials released a report showing student enrollment for the Fall 2017 semester is up almost eight percent from last year