Category Archives: Blog – Paul J

Sad Cubs Fan!

The 2014 Major League baseball season is underway. This is one of my favorite times of the year. You still have faith that your team really has a chance to do well in the upcoming season. The first week in April means the definite end of winter. The Master’s golf tournament is just around the…MORE

On The Road Again

The sure sign that winter is over for the Schneider family is our annual trip to Arizona for spring training and generally hanging out around the pool. Spring training is big business in the state as thousands of people from the northern parts of the country head for the warmth.   I have been making…MORE

Memories

I have spent more than 60 per cent of my life at this 50,000  watt radio station.  Needless to say, during my long tenure, I have made some lasting and rewarding friendships. I received a letter this week from Linda Stehlik of Troy, Montana. Troy is in Montana's back country. Linda referred to a letter…MORE

Low Winter Sun

I read last week that most of the mental defects, bi polarism, ADD, and SAD were just re made up by doctors to sell pills and treatments. I know from my own experience that this is not true. I have suffered from SAD (seasonal affected disorder) since I was in college. Short dark winter days…MORE

Be True To Your School

There is currently a movement underway in Idaho for Pre-K education. I can remember when the first grade was the first grade, the first year your child attended school.  Then kindergarten came along, making the first grade the second grade. Now certain factions want the first grade to actually be the third grade. I am…MORE

Still Feeling The Blue

Even in this down year for Boise State Football, the Bronco flag is out there. While driving to Portland the other day, I stopped for gas in Stanfield, oregon. Stanfield is out in the middle of nowhere. After gassing up the car, a display of football hats caught my eye. These hats were camouflage units…MORE

Saying Goodbye

Steve Connor died the other day. I foolishly thought that everyone would remember Steve, but few did. It is a sign, I guess,  that I am getting old. None of the TV guys knew who he was, nobody from the  newspaper did either, and they ran his obit. Only Tom Scott and I, among the…MORE

Bye Bye

This is the first of two bye weeks for the Boise State football team. The bye comes at a good time for BSU as they lost two of their first five games. The Broncs young defense needs the extra week to go back to fundamentals, and sharpen up their defense against the pass across the…MORE

Scrimmage On The Blue

I arrived early for Sunday's Boise State football scrimmage, so I walked around the perimeter of the stadium a few times. The physical change to Bronco Stadium in the past few years is staggering. I have been in Boise a long time and actually remember games in the old wooden stadium which preceded the current…MORE

Life Is A Highway

Recently we sold our ranch in Montana so we could move my mother in law closer to us. This past weekend we helped her move her horses and possessions to her new place near New Plymouth.   I have made the drive from Boise to Corvallis, Montana many times over the past eight years. This…MORE

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Blogs

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

Biden’s vaccine mandate is not the solution By Governor Brad Little Americans are deeply divided on COVID-19 and the response to it. Public health has turned political, there’s no doubt about it. But the situation playing out in hospitals across the country isn’t up for debate. There are more patients in need of critical care…

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little Idaho to help secure U.S.-Mexico border because Biden won’t July 7, 2021 Last week I announced my plan to send Idaho State Police (ISP) troopers to Arizona to help secure the United States-Mexico border and curb the flow of illegal drugs into Idaho due to failed Biden-Harris immigration…

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke   Happy Birthday, Idaho – Let’s Celebrate and Maintain the Idaho Way BY: Speaker of the House Scott Bedke, Oakley There is no better place to live, work, and raise a family than Idaho. As a proud Idaho native who believes, promotes and lives our…