The Importance of the Idaho FFA with Clayton Beene

Clayton Beene, the president of the Idaho FFA Association, tells BYU-Idaho Radio about what it's like helping kids learn about the agriculture industry and how to be great leaders, as well as the fun things happening this week for National FFA Week.

Bond and Levy Elections for Bonneville County

Margaret Wimborne, the director of communications for Idaho Falls District 91, talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about the upcoming bond and levy elections for Bonneville County and the district's search for a new superintendent.

The State of the Mountains and the Dangers of Avalanches

The winter season may be coming to an end soon, but the threat of avalanches is still high. Bob Comey, the director of the Bridger--Teton Avalanche Center, talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about the state of their national forest, what causes these avalanches, and what guests to the forest should do to prepare for a potential accident.

The Blackfoot Community Players

Sharon Hoge, the president of the Blackfoot Community Players, tells BYU-Idaho Radio about the history of the organization, how they've been doing during the pandemic, and what the theatre family means to her and the other members.