In this episode we hear from two millennials about what life is going to be like without the internet and cell phones. Shelby Boyce and Sydney Jensen give us life hacks for surviving the potential technology blackout due to increased strain on the bandwidth available in the area. We also chat with Hugh Hudson, a Research Physicist and Honorary Research Fellow in Glasgow, UK, about his involvement in the UC Berkeley and Google Eclipse Mega Movie Project. And in the third segment of the episode we hear about the preparations in place for Bonneville County from Sergeant Bryan Lovell with the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office. […]
The City of Idaho Falls hosted a very informative community meeting covering a lot of the logistics that are being planned out for the upcoming total solar eclipse on August 21st. The event was hosted by Karen Baker, Executive Director of the Museum of Idaho and presenters included Idaho Falls Mayor Rebecca Casper, City of Idaho Falls Police Chief Mark McBride, Bonneville County Sheriff Paul Wilde, Deputy Chief Dave Coffee from Idaho Falls Fire Department, Kellye Eager from the Environmental Health Division, Traffic Engineer Ben Burke with the Idaho Transportation Department, and other city officials. […]
There’s a lot of information out there from the great communities in East Idaho. We’ve put together a list of links to the other great resources out there.
BONNEVILLE COUNTY, Idaho — Two teenagers have died after two vehicles collided on 45th and 17th, Monday, May 22. The Bonneville County Sheriff’s Department says one of the vehicles, a 1995 Geo Tracker, appeared to […]
Rick Aman serves the president of Eastern Idaho Technical College. Before coming to EITC in 2015, Aman worked at the College of Western Idaho from 2008 to 2012. He joined Neal Larson on KID Newsradio […]
Less than 24 hours before the widely anticipated May 16 vote, proponents and opponents of the community college debate joined Neal and Cala on KID Newsradio to give their final thoughts before voters head to […]