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    Madison County Emergency Communication Coordinator Offers Amateur Radio Classes

    Amateur radio is probably most recognized for its role during natural disasters as an almost "fail-safe" for when other lines of communication cannot function properly. Since it doesn't rely on an infrastructure (no power, cable, internet or cellular towers), it's often used at marathons, races, parades, emergencies and for situation awareness.

  • East Idaho Gears Up For Idaho Preparedness Expo

    "Personal preparedness is key for community preparedness," Rebecca Squires, Jefferson County Emergency Management Coordinator told BYU-Idaho Radio. "By having individuals and families and businesses and organizations more prepared, then that eases the pressure on hospitals and on government resources and in the end, everybody in the community does better."

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    Filmmaker Invites Younger Generation to Tackle Dementia With Music and Melody

    "In that interaction is a sparking of life for the elder and a sparking of wisdom for the young," Rosatto-Bennett said. "We need wise young people."

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    Henry J. Eyring Installed As 17th President of BYU-Idaho

    "Thank you President Eyring and thanks to all who have spoken and performed," President Henry J. Eyring said in his response to his father's charge. "All meetings at BYU-Idaho are a celebration of the goodness and power of our Savior, Jesus Christ. That is especially so as we formally reflect on the mission of this university, which is His."

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    BYU-Idaho Hosts Artwork of President Henry B. Eyring Ahead of Son's Inauguration

    "Nearly all of his paintings are just very small," Dabell said. "When I asked President Eyring if he paints large, he mentioned that how he feels uncomfortable spending too much time painting because of his call to serve. He keeps his paintings small so that they won't take up too much of his time."

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    Local Business Hosts "Bump Night" for Mothers-to-Be

    "What we do with chiropractic care is try to prevent undue tightening of the belly, of the uterus and the ligaments surrounding the pelvis and attach to the uterus, so that there's the most optimum room for baby to grow and position themselves correctly, especially as pregnancy goes on and also to decrease the amount of pain," Doctor Kimball Arrit, chiropractor at Summit Spine and Sport Chiropractic, told BYU-Idaho Radio. "We also see...anywhere from a 24 to 45 percent reduction in labor and delivery times."

  • Runners Gearing Up to Help "Break the Chain" with Operation Underground Railroad

    "We're not immune to it," Harris said. "A lot of people think that you know, we're safe in our little Rexburg, Idaho town and in reality, it does happen here too. But, that being the case, it doesn't happen here as much as it does in a lot of other parts of the world. In order for Operation Underground Railroad to do what they do, they need money. So, by raising awareness, it encourages people to donate."

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    Idaho National Laboratory Develops Innovative Bus Air Conditioning System

    "My hope is that we can get the price down...We can streamline it, get the price down to where the average coach owner can afford this and add this onto their bus to keep their passengers, their drivers comfortable while their waiting. This is a win-win thing."

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    Elder Renlund to Speak at BYU-Idaho Devotional

    BYU-Idaho announced Elder Dale G. Renlund of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will speak at devotional on Sept. 26.

  • Apples New Announcement

    The new screenless phone and other devices are displayed on their website.