It is the end of another year and now is the time when people make those final determinations for tax purposes of who gets a donation. KISU FM 91 is reaching out to you asking for assistance in providing funds needed to keep the programs you love on the air. Being a non-profit radio station we need your help. So simply choose an affordable amount and think about how much you’re going to get back from listening to KISU FM 91 in 2017 and how good it’s going to feel knowing you made a positive...

The Idaho State Board of Education (SBOE) functions as the governing board of KISU FM. We are required to post the board's meeting times and schedules. The SBOE's next meeting is December 14-15, 2016 at the College of Western Idaho in Nampa. A full meeting schedule is found at the accompanying link:

Rachel Martin, who grew up and attended high school in Idaho Falls has joined NPR's Morning Edition as a co-host. Here's the story from Current Magazine:

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