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  • Hosts Talk Hallmark, Holiday Traditions This Week on "The Spot"

    REXBURG, Idaho - Student reporters released a new episode of the BYU-Idaho Podcast, "The Spot"

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    Birthing Class Teaches People How To Help Women Deliver In Low-Resource Scenarios

    "One thing that we do know is that emergency childbirth is the number one emergency at any given time, anywhere in the world, so it really is an important thing to know how to respond safely to," Campbell said. "We're basically teaching, kind of a like a CPR class, but it's for childbirth."

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    Brother Zeph Quirl Invites People To Recognize Book of Mormon Miracles In Their Lives

    "There's many miracles of the Book of Mormon, all the way from the way it was recorded, to the way it was translated, preserved and all those kind of things," Zeph Quirl, a faculty member of the Food and Animal Sciences Department at BYU-Idaho told BYU-Idaho Radio. "But, the miracle that we're going to be talking about it not so much how it came about, but actually what it does in our own personal lives."

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    City of Rexburg Honors Military in Veteran's Day Ceremony

    "Even though I serve, I try and remember those who have served overseas specifically," Austin Johnson, an Army Specialist, told BYU-Idaho Radio. "I've got a good friend who I went to basic training that's in the Middle East out on deployment and then having a father-in-law that served in the military, he was in Vietnam, I have an idea of what they go through and I'm grateful for the sacrifices that they make, so we really can enjoy the freedoms that we have. There are a lot of people don't think there is."

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    The Spot Hosts React To The Much Anticipated Stranger Things Season 2

    In our fifth episode, BYU-Idaho Radio's The Spot hosts Sydney Jensen, Bryanna Willis, Myles Primm and Dale Spaulding talk about the much-anticipated release of the Netflix original Stranger Things Season 2. They honestly assess how the actual show met their expectations and the hype, their favorite scenes and give an unashamed shoutout to the Duffer Brothers with a season three wishlist.

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    BYU-Idaho Student Hosts Fortitude Festival, Promotes Courage Through Tough Times

    "The whole festival is all centered on strengthening individuals and families that come and helping them feel gratitude for the things that they have already overcome, but then also feel strength and empowered to keep on going and keep on strengthening themselves and their lives," Wade said.

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    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."

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    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.