From the time he was 8 years old Mikey knew he wanted to be on the radio. During college he got fired from his job at a furniture store for constantly getting on the building intercom to make fake official announcements. As they say one thing leads to another and that incident lead him to the college radio station and eventually to Boise where he was on a radio station that we will not mention... lol… after three years in the Treasure Valley the big city called and Mikey left to do radio in Phoenix, Arizona. Home is where the heart is and as it turns out Mikey loves Boise so when the opportunity presented itself he didn’t hesitate to join 103-5 KISS FM. From wake boarding at Lucky Peak to snowboarding in McCall Mikey is at home in Idaho.
I’ve Gone MAD And It’s Addicting….
I've gone MAD and its addicting... please help send more
Black Lives Candlelight Vigil Tonight At The Capitol
Today on #BlackoutTuesday we decided to share our platform with all who wanted to share their perspective on the air and on our social media.
The Treasure Valley Is Better Together
Today, we enter a new week facing a harsh reality that we have been living with for far too long: racial inequality.
Boise Gets New Police Chief
Chief Bones retired in October and left some big shoes to fill, today Mayor Lauren McLean announced the new Boise Police Chief.
The 105th Snake River Stampede Cancelled
There is a lot to be said for tradition and today a tradition was cancelled in Nampa.
Boise Housing Market Is Not Slowing Down
This is definitely a double edge sword, the people that are selling are celebrating and the people that are buying are reluctant.
3 Local Spots To Try On National Hamburger Day
I hope you celebrate National Hamburger day by supporting one of these local spots, you won't be disappointed.
McCall Cancelled 4th of July Fireworks, Cascade Moves Forward
If fireworks are a must then you're gonna have to take the party south a few miles to Cascade.
Survey Says 45% Are Ready To Hit Bars And Clubs Saturday
A few weeks ago when restaurants opened up we did a similar poll and only 25 percent of participants were ready to go out.
Would You Work From Home Forever?
It's been about three months since our world changed due to COVID-19 and since then the majority of people that kept their jobs have worked from home at one point or another.