This week we made some major changes to the 103.5 KISS-FM show line-up. More to come, but here is the current on-air team.

  • 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. (Kekeluv)
  • 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (Lucky The Dj)
  • 7:00 p.m. - Midnight (Mateo)

Sidenote: If you think you can be on-air with mass social media skills - #hostwithkeke or drop of the reasons why Idaho loves you to 827 East Park Blvd, Suite 100, Boise, Idaho 83712.

Last night I was getting ready for the day since mine starts at 4:15 a.m. now.  I had just gotten back from the store to grab a few things for this terrible green drink I was attempting to make this morning (It was so bad.) I set our alarm and set off the silent alarm by accident. It couldn't of been more than three minutes later that I had four officers at our home. I opened the door thinking there was something wrong with a neighbor or jailbreak situation. Nope. I was the situation and they asked a series of questions, came to check things out and left with smiles. Getting past my accidentally triggering the police, I was actually really impressed. What if that had been real?

Taking time to help us Cycle to Break the Cycle of child abuse.

I've had the pleasure of working with all the departments in different capacities and everyone has been phenomenal. I'm not here to say that every officer is perfect or every radio personality is nice. You probably wouldn't think an officer is nice if you're pulled over for speeding and they write you three separate tickets for violations. I can post up my opinion on a topic and get TORCHED with the most hate-filled comments. People really don't have a filter anymore and being thankful tends to be less remembered.

I wanted to thank these four officers for darting over to our place late at night. I wanted to thank them for putting their lives on the line to protect ours. That's not a far-fetched comment on my part. Neither one of those men in uniform had any idea what they were walking into that night. You don't hear too many thanks, these days for much of anything. You serve my coffee - that's what you're SUPPOSED to do! You a DJ? Play my SONG!

It's important, in my opinion, that we try better at thanking people. Try to forget what it does for you and think of how it makes them feel. Just:03 seconds of kindness goes a long way and I'm as guilty as the next person. We can do better. We SHOULD do better.

Thanks again to those four officers that came to our rescue false alarm or not. They reacted so fast and once they found out it was a false alarm, they smiled. I imagine it was a relief because I don't think anyone wants to walk in to danger. Those men have families too.

Thanks again!