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The BYU-Idaho Radio Podcast includes local news, interviews, episodes of "The Spot" and episodes of "Tell Me About It."

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Morning Headlines for September 26, 2022

Rexburg's Red Rabbit Grill is opening a new location in Pocatello, Planet Doom recently opened with its haunted attraction, and scam callers are using new tricks to step up their game.

4m
Sep 26
Evening Headlines For September 23, 2022

Happy Friday! Here are your Evening Headlines for September 23, 2022... The judge has ruled that cameras will not be allowed in the courtroom for the Lori Vallow-Daybell case, moving forward. Plus, the McCall Fish Hatchery will soon be closed for expansion. In other news, you are invited to a fire prevention block party hosted by the Idaho Falls Fire Station headquarters.

3m
Sep 23
Madison Cares invites community to a free event about suicide prevention awareness

Rick Croft, the director of Madison Cares at Madison School District, talks about September as Suicide Prevention Awareness month. On September 26th, Madison Cares will a host a free showing of the film My Ascension at 6 p.m. at Madison High School's performing arts center.

14m
Sep 23
Liz Hobson talks about the ¡Fiesta! event celebrating Idaho's Hispanic heritage

Liz Hobson, the museum administrator for Idaho State Museum, talks about the exhibit, activities and music performances that will be featured at ¡Fiesta! on Saturday, September 23.

10m
Sep 23
Morning Headlines for September 23, 2022

The president of BYU-Pathway Connect and his wife gave their opening Fall semester speeches, Idaho school district 91 is hosting the annual Emotion Bowl, and the Church of Jesus Christ reached out to people affected by Hurricane Fiona.

5m
Sep 23
New Spori Art Exhibit Features Art of Walter Rane

The art of Walter Rane is now on display at the Spori Art Gallery until Nov. 3, 2022. Rane is known for his art depicting scenes from the Bible and Book of Mormon. In this interview, he talks about his process, getting the chance to paint for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and what he hopes people feel when they see his art.

21m
Sep 22
Evening Headlines For September 22, 2022

Here are the Evening Headlines for the 22nd of September 2022... Idaho says a judge has misinterpreted its abortion law, the latest. Plus, the Pocatello Police Department is hosting a free "Buckle Up" event for Child Passenger Safety Week. In other news, Two local companies are holding a book drive for children of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe.

3m
Sep 22
'22 Fall - The Spot: Summer Activities and New Hosts

The Spots new fall hosts introduce themselves and talk about summer activities. What is there to do in Rexburg during the summer? What are some great summer vacation spots?

25m
Sep 22
Morning Headlines for September 22, 2022

Some of Idaho's largest wildfires are being contained, a railroad from Boise to Pocatello to Salt Lake City could soon be a reality, and Elder David A. Bednar held a Q&A session on Instagram Live on Tuesday.

4m
Sep 22
Evening Headlines For September 21, 2022

Here are your Evening Headlines on this Wednesday... Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 is making steps to purchase the Downard Funeral Home property. Plus, people are invited to attend a free piano recital here at BYU Idaho. In other news, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has donated millions of dollars to a new UNICEF malnutrition program.

3m
Sep 21
Evening Headlines For September 21, 2022

Here are your Evening Headlines on this Wednesday... Pocatello/Chubbuck School District 25 is making steps to purchase the Downard Funeral Home property. Plus, people are invited to attend a free piano recital here at BYU Idaho. In other news, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has donated millions of dollars to a new UNICEF malnutrition program.

3m
Sep 21
Rabbitstick Primitive Skills Conference

Rexburg's Rabbitstick Primitive Skills Conference keeps ancient practices alive. Photo credit: Joshua Sage, Rabbitstick.com

2m
Sep 21
Danae Romrell shares tips on how BYU-Idaho students can reach their academic goals each semester

Danae Romrell, the associate academic vice president for student success, talks about how BYU-Idaho students can succeed not only academically, but also socially.

11m
Sep 21
The Spot - Generational Divide

In this episode of The Spot, the hosts bring in two guests! One is a 19 year-old attending BYU-Idaho. The other is 54 and attending the same school. See how their ages play a role in the college experience!

34m
Sep 21
Morning Headlines for September 21, 2022

The new exhibit at the Museum of Idaho Falls, Toytopia, will open on October 1st, the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help identify suspects involved with a theft at a local school, and most of the lots in the Westwater Navajo community were recently electrified.

4m
Sep 21
Evening Headlines For September 20, 2022

Here are your Evening Headlines... The hearing for the owner of Downard Funeral Home has been rescheduled for later this year. Plus, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has announced the upcoming closure of the Colombia Missionary Training Center — the details. In other news, the Pocatello Fire Department and the Wildlife Mitigation Project is hosting an open house tomorrow night.

2m
Sep 20
"Called to Serve" a BYU-Idaho Devotional address by Curtis Henrie

Curtis Henrie, the director of online research and evaluation at BYU-Idaho, gave this week's Devotional address. He spoke about the blessings of serving in callings.

20m
Sep 20
Curtis Henrie Devotional Interview

Curtis Henrie, the director of online research and evaluation at BYU-Idaho, talks about how he prepared for giving this week's devotional, "Called to Serve."

11m
Sep 20
Natalie Jonas shares her journey to making her first children's book, My Covenant Path with Jesus

Natalie Jonas, creator of the interactive children's book, My Covenant Path with Jesus, talks about how she made the book and the spiritual experiences she had along the way.

11m
Sep 20
Morning Headlines for September 20, 2022

Idaho's gas prices are dropping as the summer draws to a close, the Pocatello Regional Airport is holding a full-scale training today, and the Idaho Supreme Court has overturned a law allowing grandparents to seek visitation rights.

3m
Sep 20
Evening Headlines For September 19, 2022

Your Evening Headlines for September 19, 2022... Today, Idaho signed an agreement with Taiwan in support of wheat sales. Plus, BYU Idaho students celebrated the signing of the U.S. Constitution. Also, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has announced the locations of two temples.

3m
Sep 20
Morning Headlines for September, 19 2022

Madison Cares will host a suicide prevention film, the Idaho State Police is showing its gratitude for forensic science this week, and Liverpool Legends, a Beatles tribute band, is performing at BYU-Idaho.

3m
Sep 19
Evening Headlines for September 16, 2022

An avian influenza virus has struck domestic birds in Twin Falls County, BYU-Idaho faculty remind students of resources available to help them this semester, the 94th annual Spud Days is happening now in Shelley, and the Idaho Falls Symphony is gearing up for its 73rd season.

6m
Sep 17
The Idaho Falls Symphony proudly presents Season 73: Fantasy and Folklore

Thomas Hueser, the music director for the Idaho Falls Symphony, talks about how every piece this season tells a story.

13m
Sep 16
Morning Headlines for September 16, 2022

The Idaho Legislature can intervene in a lawsuit filed against Idaho by the U.S. Department of Justice, BYU-Idaho's academic advising office is holding its grand opening, and Mexican government officials learned about the Church of Jesus Christ's outreach programs for youth.

4m
Sep 16
Evening Headlines for September 15, 2022

Visits to Yellowstone National Park have dropped this month, Rexburg Cultural Arts is holding a Napoleon Dynamite event this Saturday, Zoo Idaho's August "Untamed Art" class raised enough money to sponsor 18 school outreach classes, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donated its largest sum of money to a humanitarian program ever.

5m
Sep 16
The City Council has updates about the Rec Center concept plan

Tune in to learn what's new about the ideas for the recreation center in Madison County.

2m
Sep 15
Power 2 Become returns to Rexburg

Ellie Laws and Shyanne Matheson from the BYU-Idaho alumni office explain how the Power 2 Become conference encourages students, alumni, and guests to discover their passion, tell their story, and network effectively.

8m
Sep 15
Rexburg Cultural Arts to host Napoleon Dynamite event as part of Experience Rexburg

Carly Paul, an event manager for Rexburg Cultural Arts, talks about the upcoming Napoleon Dynamite event.

10m
Sep 15
Morning Headlines for September 15, 2022

Highland High School broke ground for its varsity baseball stadium, Idaho's August tax revenue fell below monthly projections, and President Dallin H. Oaks challenged BYU students to dare to be different.

3m
Sep 15