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Things to do in Colorado Springs

Things to do in Colorado Springs

On game days in Boise, I sometimes feel as if that’s the only thing going on in the entire city.  There are other events, of course, but for the past 35 years I’ve planned my fall schedule around Bronco football games.  The first year I sat in the student section.  The next three years I…MORE

BLOG: Election Day is coming… Rick Worthington’s predictions are as follows.

BLOG: Election Day is coming… Rick Worthington’s predictions are as follows.

Election Day is coming… Rick Worthington’s predictions are as follows. By Rick Worthington 10/22/18   Beware, the election will be held on Tuesday, November 6th. The people will win the day. Well, sort of. Here are a few predictions I would like to make. Pointing out: This is just my prediction.   1. Just about every…MORE

Nevada, UNR, Nevada-Reno; Whatever, lets beat them all.

Nevada, UNR, Nevada-Reno; Whatever, lets beat them all.

I like the way Idaho has named its institutions of higher learning.  There are four four-year colleges or universities, and each has a unique name.  The one in Moscow is called the University of Idaho.  The one in Pocatello is called Idaho State University.  The one in Boise is called Boise State University.  And the…MORE

Don’t count out the Broncos!

Don’t count out the Broncos!

The Boise State Broncos had the table set for a nice win on Saturday afternoon against Mountain West Conference rival San Diego State. The fourth largest crowd in the history of Albertson’s Stadium was still settling in their seats at kickoff and the Broncos appeared ready. Appearances can be deceiving as BSU failed to move…MORE

Worthington BLOG: Who Deserves Due Process?

Worthington BLOG: Who Deserves Due Process?

Worthington BLOG: Who Deserves Due Process?   I don’t know what is going to happen with the Kavenaugh investigation. If the FBI finds he has lied about anything, I personally would not vote to confirm him. On the other hand, if there is no new information, I really don’t see how he won’t be confirmed.…MORE

Guest blog from KID radio’s Neal Larson

Guest blog from KID radio’s Neal Larson

I’m not sure if KBOI has ever posted a “guest blog”, but Neal is a friend to KBOI Boise having appeared on the station as a guest numerous times over the years. We’re happy to share his take on the Idaho Gubernatorial race. Enjoy. From bad to worse for Paulette Jordan For a telling and…MORE

Wyoming memories

Wyoming memories

Boise State today plays the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Josh Allen, who last year was Wyoming’s quarterback, is now with the Buffalo Bills in the NFL and is by most accounts is doing very well. I like Wyoming. Despite it bordering Idaho, I’ve only been to Wyoming four times. Three of those were trips…MORE

Worthington BLOG:  Take a deep breath Bronco Nation

Worthington BLOG: Take a deep breath Bronco Nation

  Take a deep breath Bronco Nation Now is not the time to freak out. Yes, Boise State was beaten soundly by Oklahoma State, but hear me out. That is what usually happens when you travel to a top 25 ranked opponent. And, that should not make you believe the Broncos are not capable of…MORE

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Worthington BLOG: Better days ahead for Boise State Men’s Basketball

Worthington BLOG: Better days ahead for Boise State Men’s Basketball

  Better days ahead for Boise State Men’s Basketball Blog by Rick Worthington I hope at the end of the season we don’t hear Boise State hoops fans calling for Leon Rice’s job. We will all agree this season has been far short of the standard set by Rice and his staff over the last…

Remember the year 2000, when measels was almost gone?

Remember the year 2000, when measels was almost gone?

We’ve been talking about the Medical Emergency declared in Western Washington due to an outbreak of the measles this week on KBOI. At last check, there were 38 confirmed cases and 12 other children who are suspected to have the disease. The outbreak has now spread to 3 other states also…Hawaii, Georgia and Oregon. It’s…

Another award, spring training…ya know…your usual retirement

Another award, spring training…ya know…your usual retirement

I have been retired for more than a month now, and people constantly ask me how it feels. It feels great, but I keep finding subjects that I would love to talk about on the air. Subjects that get my blood moving still pop up from time to time. Outside of a quick trip to…

On Monday morning January 14th, for the first time in 51 years, someone other than Paul J woke up the listeners of 670 KBOI. That someone was me, as a new era began with Kasper and Chris in the morning on KBOI. To say, I was a little nervous would be putting it mildly. I…