Nate Bird has worked in radio across America from Salt Lake City to Kansas City, to Las Vegas, and finally planting roots in Twin Falls. He didn’t plan on calling Twin Falls home, but couldn’t leave once he realized how great the area is. The Magic Valley is the perfect place for his family to do the things they love. With his wife and 4 kids, they boat, kayak, fish, camp, hike, and spend a lot of time outdoors. Nate also loves playing racquetball and Pickleball has become a new obsession. He also never turns down an opportunity to play old video games and guitar any chance he gets. Nate is an incredibly picky eater and doesn’t eat vegetables unless it’s a pizza or pasta sauce. Even though his show is guaranteed to be veggie-free it will still be good for you.
When is the Shoshone Bannock Christmas Tree Lighting Party and Concert?
The Christmas Tree lighting party at the Shoshone Bannock Casino Hotel is this weekend and you could be there in the VIP section for the celebration.
Update on 30 Vehicle Pileup East of Twin Falls Monday
Monday morning in Southern Idaho at approximately 8 AM on eastbound I86 west of Pocatello, Idaho State Police responded to a multi-vehicle accident.
Twin Falls Warming Center Opens to Help Homeless on Frigid Nights
The Twin Falls Warming Center will have one staff member at all times and volunteers helping when able.
Which of These 6 Types of Southern Idaho Winter Drivers Are You?
Winter weather is here and that means the roads are going to be sketchy. Depending on who you are and the vehicle you drive determines what that sketchiness means.
Police in the Magic Valley are Ramping up Patrols Over Thanksgiving
In an effort to help influence safe driving and take impaired drivers off the roads, police in Southern Idaho will be doing a Thanksgiving Emphasis Patrol.
Why Are There New Weird White Lines On The Roads In Twin Falls?
A good portion of the road had multiple parallel white lines in-between the painted lines, and I was pretty sure it wasn't just a bunch of new tiny bike lanes.
Winter Weather Will Make Thanksgiving Travel Dangerous in Idaho
The Weather Channel has advisories issued for many parts of Southern Idaho over the holiday.
How Many Idaho Homes Have a Dress Code For Thanksgiving Dinner?
I've never had a dress code at Thanksgiving dinner in my life, but if you watch movies, the characters all seem to dress in their best for the meal.
Hang On: Do Idahoans Say ‘Thanksgiving’ Wrong?
This isn’t life-or-death information, but it is interesting and will probably make you listen to yourself and question how you say it for the rest of the week.
GoFundMe Set Up to Help the Family of Man Killed Thursday in Twin Falls
A GoFundMe fundraiser has been set up so anyone can donate money or share the fundraiser so more people see it.
New Covid Variant Could Hit Idaho Hard in 2024
COVID isn’t gone and some new strains are just as dangerous as the original.
Twin Falls Has 21 Miles Of Hidden Tunnels Under It And This Is Why
Probably, like me, and have seen the monument in front of the Twin Falls Canal Company on 6th Ave. Also, like me until today, you have probably never stopped to read it.