Secret Santa Program helps needy people across East Idaho

A Secret Santa is giving away $500,000 in gifts for those in need in East Idaho this year with the help of East Idaho News. Their news director, Nate Eaton, spoke with BYU-Idaho Radio about what the program has meant to him and the public in its five years in existence

"Messiah Sing-in" to take place in Ammon

Sean Coletti, mayor of Ammon, will be performing with a community choir in the "Messiah Sing-In" at Thunder Ridge High School on Sunday, Dec. 22 at 7 p.m.

Local teacher headed to Antarctica with National Geographic

Sharee Barton, an educator at Madison School District is one of 45 teachers across the United States and Canada selected to travel around the world to study various world challenges and bring her findings back to her students. She'll be heading to Antarctica with researchers and scientists to learn about life in nearly inhospitable locations.

An Uncertain Future: Where does scouting go from here?

Clarke Farrer, Scout Executive of the Grand Teton Council of the Boy Scouts of America, discusses how the decision of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to leave its association with scouting is going to affect young men in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming

Senior citizen talent show in Idaho Falls

Kami Shepherd, a BYU-Idaho student working with Senior Solutions discusses an upcoming senior citizen talent show the company is hosting in Idaho Falls. The event is Saturday, Dec. 7 at the Idaho Falls Senior Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.