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KBOI
1419 W. Bannock Street
Boise, Idaho 83702

KBOI Call-in Numbers: 208-336-3700 or 1-800-529-KBOI (1-800-529-5264)
KBOI Contest Line: 208-336-3711
Business Office: 208-336-3670
News Department: 208-336-1821 or email 670@kboi.com
Public Service Announcements: psa@kboi.com
Rush Limbaugh: 1-800-282-2882
Michael Savage: 1-855-400-7282
Mark Levin: 1-877-381-3811

To contact someone at News Talk 670 KBOI, please refer to the following: 
KBOI News,  Breaking News, School Closings, etc.

Rick Worthington

208-336-1821

Programming,  On-Air Comments & Questions
Nate Shelman
208-363-8702
Nate.shelman@cumulus.com

Promotions
Matt Nielsen
208-363-8709
matt.nielsen@cumulus.com

Sales Advertising & Commercials
Nick Coe
208-429-5597

nick.coe@cumulus.com

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Blogs

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little     It’s more important than ever to tell teachers we value them By Governor Brad Little It is Teacher Appreciation Week across the country, and while one week is hardly enough time to show our teachers how much we value them, it is a good opportunity to…

Worthington BLOG: Boise State Football and the NFL Draft

Worthington BLOG: Boise State Football and the NFL Draft

Worthington BLOG: Boise State Football and the NFL Draft 4/29/21   The NFL Draft is what I consider the best non-sports sporting event of the year.  I wish I knew a better way to say it. Consider it like this, what other event gets sports fans fired up without ever seeing a team even take the…

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

670 KBOI GUEST BLOG: Governor Brad Little

  After a challenging year, Idaho education needs our support By Governor Brad Little The past 13 months have presented enormous challenges for students, parents, teachers, and school administrators. The sudden changes in work life, home life, and social life, along with new ways of learning and instructing, have firmly placed the COVID-19 pandemic as…

UPDATE Worthington BLOG:  The Governor Must Veto SB 1110

UPDATE Worthington BLOG: The Governor Must Veto SB 1110

UPDATE 4/19/21 Governor Little signed SB-1110 into law Saturday, increasing restrictions on Idaho citizen initiative rights.  CBS 2 News reports, with this move, Idaho now has the most restrictive initiative rules in the nation.     By Rick Worthington 4/9/2021   Governor Brad Little – please Veto SB 1110. Do not let the Idaho Legislature silence…