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.
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.
Bart M. Davis is resigning from the position of U.S Attorney for the District of Idaho. BYU-Idaho Radio talks with him about his time in the attorney's office and what's next for him.
Taylor Heikell is a BYU-Idaho student who moved back to Texas after last semester. She's experiencing the winter disaster there right now, and BYU-Idaho Radio interviews her about the experience and what it's like living through it.
BYU-Idaho Radio interviews Pat Kelly, the executive director for Your Health Idaho, about the opening insurance markets and how Idahoans can take advantage of them.
First-term state Senator Kevin Cook talks with BYU-Idaho Radio about the legislative learning curve, his ideas on STEM education and discusses recent policy stances.
John Scafe is the race director for the annual American Dog Derby out of Eastern Idaho. The race moved this year due to several factors, and BYU-Idaho interviewed him about the race and what has changed over the years.
Danny Heslop, a BYU-I graduate, started selling his own hymn books that teach individuals how to play hymns on a ukulele. In an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, he talks about what got him started and how his business is doing.