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  • Elder Robert D. Hales

    Elder Hales Hospitalized Ahead of Conference

    The LDS Church says Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, was hospitalized and will not attend General Conference this weekend.

  • Madison Middle School Students Walk Around The Field To Raise Money for Hurricane Victims

    Madison Middle School Students Walk to Help Hurricane Victims

    "Looking out over the kids, it just feels right," Madison Middle School principal Michael Bone told BYU-Idaho Radio. "With these disasters having happened so far away from us...it's nice to be able to help in southeast Idaho to do our part."

  • President Thomas S. Monson Will Not Attend October General Conference

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has confirmed President Thomas S. Monson will not be attending the upcoming October General Conference in Salt Lake City.

  • Tom and Ray Magliozzi

    BYU-Idaho Radio Says Farewell to "The Best of Car Talk"

    After 30 years of making audiences laugh, "Car Talk" is leaving the airwaves.

  • Dry Ridge Outfitters Conducts a Trail Ride

    Local Business Owner Talks About Agricultural Business Venture

    Russ Little owns and operates several businesses in the region, two of which put animals to work: goat lawn mowing services and horseback riding escapades.

  • Center Stage Buy 3 Get 1 Free

    The Center Stage Program promises an exciting lineup for this Fall 2017 Semester.

  • Elder and Sister Renlund with Student Reporter Sydney Jensen

    Elder Dale G. Renlund and Sister Renlund Invite Students to Come Unto Christ

    "I think if people will think about the reasons they're coming to church - sometimes we come to church for reasons other than to partake of the sacrament and receive a spiritual renewal," Sister Ruth Renlund told BYU-Idaho Radio. "If we focus on that, I think we will individually find ways to make our sacrament experience more meaningful."

  • The National Parks Return to BYU-Idaho

    "A song for me starts off as like an idea that happened to me personally," Parks said. "To watch it grow, to watch it affect others is something like I can't even comprehend and I'm super grateful for."

  • Small Handheld Radio

    Madison County Emergency Communication Coordinator Offers Amateur Radio Classes

    Amateur radio is probably most recognized for its role during natural disasters as an almost "fail-safe" for when other lines of communication cannot function properly. Since it doesn't rely on an infrastructure (no power, cable, internet or cellular towers), it's often used at marathons, races, parades, emergencies and for situation awareness.

  • East Idaho Gears Up For Idaho Preparedness Expo

    "Personal preparedness is key for community preparedness," Rebecca Squires, Jefferson County Emergency Management Coordinator told BYU-Idaho Radio. "By having individuals and families and businesses and organizations more prepared, then that eases the pressure on hospitals and on government resources and in the end, everybody in the community does better."