Entertainment
Wild Adventure Corn Maze

Episode 74 – Ryan Searle, Wild Adventure Corn Maze & Sunflower Days

Posted: August 13, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Events, Featured, Uncategorized

Agriculture for Entertainment Ryan was determined not to be a farmer like his family before him. He went to school and studied business because he knew he wanted to be a business owner. Loving motorsports he had planned to own and operate a motorsports business. Due to some unforeseen circumstances that goal did not pan […]

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B2X Photo

Episode 73 – Brad Barlow, B2X Photo

Posted: August 6, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Featured, Service, Sport

Taking a Great Leap Being a Jr. in high school Brad made an aircheck tape and sent it to Z103 to audition to be a disc jockey. Inspired by Phil Collins, he adopted the persona of Brad Collins and his DJ career was launched. For decades we listened to him and on Z103 he defined […]

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Bob's Indoor Golf

Episode 71 – Bob Gretz, Bob’s Indoor Golf (B.I.G.)

Posted: July 16, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Events, Featured, Sport, Uncategorized

Avid Golfers Rejoice When Bob’s wife informed him that they were moving from Washington, D.C. to Idaho Falls to be closer to family he immediately investigated what East Idaho would offer him in the way of golfing. Learning that there was only about 7 months of the year where golfing was feasible he quickly started […]

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Amy Lorraine Coaching

Episode 68 – Amy Wood, Radiant and Rooted and Amy Lorraine Coaching

Posted: June 25, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Events, Featured, Health, Travel

Nutella and Graham Crackers Starting a women’s empowerment retreat wasn’t something that Amy Wood thought would be in her life, especially one surrounding meditation and connecting with one’s higher self. Amy herself was struggling with being a wife and mom and saw the insecurities she had herself in others. “I needed a tribe, I needed […]

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Yellowstone Playhouse

Episode 65 – Drew Durrant, Yellowstone Playhouse

Posted: June 4, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Entertainment, Featured

Laughter is the Best Medicine From Memorial Day until Labor Day you will find Drew Durrant and his crew in Island Park cooking prime rib and performing family-friendly productions for thousands of visitors to the area. COVID-19 has put a little kink in theater plans this year and has delayed opening of Yellowstone Playhouse until […]

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Nate Eaton

Episode 61 – Nate Eaton , East Idaho News

Posted: May 7, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Events, Featured, Service

Giving East Idaho News In 2006, Nate Eaton started his television career at KIDK and was there for 3 years until he moved to Richmond, Virginia to work for the ABC station there. After working for the Richmond station for about 4 years he received a call from Frank Vandersloot, owner of Melaleuca, with an […]

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Royal Theaters

Episode 58 – Kent Lott, Royal Theaters

Posted: April 2, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Featured

Entertaining the Generations Kent Lott has been in the theatre business for nearly 3 decades and owner of Royal Theaters for nearly 2. “I just love it, I have a passion for it,” Kent says. He started working when he was 16 and showed a talent for projection, a job that was typically saved for […]

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Gary Bredow

Episode 39 – Gary Bredow of Start Up

Posted: October 10, 2019 at 6:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Featured

Not Just About Business, About the Person During the recession of 2008, Gary Bredow saw his town of Detriot start to shut down but he also saw something else, businesses surviving. He decided to investigate this further to see why certain businesses were making it in an economy where others were failing. Learning their reasons […]

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