We've made another listing when it comes to places to live. It's been a process of narrowing down reasons to live in the Treasure Valley when posting for positions to work at 103.5 Kissfm (so many reasons). Most people think, "Idaho???" I typically respond before they finish with, "Yes, the potato spot!" I immediately explain we're not all fries, tots, and hash browns in the Gem state.

103.5 Kissfm in Boise is actually hiring for a co-host talent to become a part of our next morning show. It's important that we tap into local talents and explore new beginnings around the state. Lists like this help give people an insider look into what makes the Treasure Valley such a favored spot. You see Boise pop up on all the lists (the good ones).

Boise Beats Out Salt Lake City for Most Favored Cities to Live

Livability.com publishes a ranking of the best places to live that touch on so many exciting features of each city. Bosie is never left out, but more importantly, continues to grow on every list.

“The 2018 Best Place to Live list includes a fascinating mix of familiar cities and first-timers that are starting to carve out a reputation as wonderful places to live,” says Winona Dimeo-Ediger, Livability.com’s managing editor. “It’s great to see these under-the-radar cities getting more attention on a national scale — and the accolades are certainly well-deserved.”

Looking to move to Boise? Don't take our word for it. Read up on why Boise is one of the best places for college football, entertainment, nightlife, outdoors, food, low crime and the list goes on.