Tomorrow's Wyoming primary election could be the last one for Liz Cheney as Wyoming's only U.S. representative, the Bingham County Sheriff's Office reminds drivers to be careful when school starts this week, and the name of the second temple in Rexburg has been announced.
There are loads of family-fun activities at the Madison Fairgrounds. In an interview with BYU-Idaho Radio, Patty Poulsen shares some of the exciting new things people can look forward to at this year's county fair. link;https://soundcloud.com/byu-idaho-radio/madison-county-fair-is-back-next-week-with-new-events
Jessica Goudy, the communications director for Madison School District, talks about the different activities and free goodies offered at Celebrate You, which is happening August 16, 2022.
Sarah Foster, regional coordinator of SheJumps, shares why helping women connect with outdoor activities is so important.
IdahoEdNews.org reporter Carly Flandro takes a deep dive into education funding. She explains what she found out and why Idaho's last place on the Per Pupil Spending ranking list isn't as cut and dry as it sounds. Article: https://www.idahoednews.org/news/idahos-dead-last-student-spending-rankings-are-infamous-but-how-or-whether-to-improve-them-is-a-point-of-contention/
There will be loads of family-fun activities next week at the Madison Fairgrounds. Patty Poulsen shared some of the exciting new things the public can expect.
Georgina Goodlander, the visual arts director for the Idaho Falls Arts Council, talks about the fun, fantasy-themed activities kids will find at the Roaring Youth Jam festival. The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on August 11, 12, and 13.
Student Honor Office Assistant Jolene Mickelsen uses the children's story 'The Little Engine That Could' to show how we can accomplish anything we set our minds to if we will just believe in ourselves, have courage, and put the needs of others before our own.
In a BYU-Idaho Devotional address, Jolene Mickelsen uses the children's story 'The Little Engine That Could' to show how we can accomplish anything we set our minds to if we will just believe in ourselves, have courage, and put the needs of others before our own.
Reporters Ashley Chilcutt and Morgan White talk with directors and volunteers from the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project to find out how their team is trying to use artificial intelligence to help with the transcription of Wilford Woodruff’s works. They learn why Woodruff's papers are so influential in expanding historians' understanding of early Church history.
In May of 2022, Professor David Pigott embarked on a journey from Rexburg, Idaho to Uganda to find holy sites and shrines of the religion of Buganda. A pair of students from BYU-Idaho joined him as did researchers from Muteesa 1 Royal University. They hoped to find 30-40 shrines and ended up finding many more. This podcast tells the story of searching for the shrines. Photo: Burial place of King Ssuna 1. Picture taken by David Pigott
Jennifer Mackley, executive director of the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project, shares how 25 years of researching Wilford Woodruff’s life gave her the perfect springboard from which to launch the papers project in 2019. With access to new information and perspectives recorded during the early years of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, historians and church members alike can understand more about this time period than they ever have before.
Idaho Falls mom Marissa Williams shares how ‘Project Fresh New Feeling’ first began, and what she’s doing to help even more kids that she did last year.
Carly Paul, the event manager for Rexburg Cultural Arts, talks about the different art displays and performances people can expect to see at the art stroll.
Kerry Hammon explains the activities the city has planned for the event.