Bill Colley joined Newsradio 96.1 FM and 1310 KLIX in 2014. He has hosted mornings exclusively since January of 2015. Bill is a graduate of the State University of New York and a refugee from the same People's Republic, with stops in Vermont and Delaware. He's single and it's mainly due to his irascible nature. He lives with his cat, Huck. They aren't on speaking terms. Bill is a man of foul temper and with even worse breath. He's a right-wing zealot and only once voted for a Democrat (by accident). On weekends he likes visiting the mountains, where there are few people to annoy him. He plans on working as long as he can because several local retirement communities have locked gates when he approaches. You can hear him mornings from 6:00 to 10:00, Mountain Time.
Idaho’s Parachuting Beavers Back in the News
NASA has taken an interest.
Want More Idahoans to Drive EVs? Give Them Away
Why Lowering Electric Vehicle Prices Won't Solve the Sales Problem
Creeping Fascism? Idaho Ponders Limiting Hate Crimes Laws
Idaho legislators propose changes to hate crime laws, sparking debate and media backlash.
Dramatic Change in Idaho Weather is Coming Soon
Concerns raised about potential flooding in southern Idaho due to snowmelt.
Idaho’s Presidential Caucus is Suddenly Irrelevant
Only one viable candidate expected to remain by the time of the caucuses.
Idaho Elk Get a Free Lunch and it Happens Every Year
Snow accumulation can lead elk to munch on landscaping, some of which may be poisonous.
Retired California Cop Could Sue City in Idaho for Millions
City of Buhl faces potential lawsuit over treatment of retired law enforcement officer.
Towns That Should be Listed as Idaho’s Best
Discover the charming towns of Idaho, from popular tourist spots like Ketchum and McCall to hidden gems like Hagerman and Albion.
How You Can Help an Idaho Patriot Recover From a Terrible Crash
Idaho truck driver injured in crash, known for tribute to Beirut bombing victims, needs help.
Electric Cars a Bad Fit for Idaho: VOLUME 683
EVs may save on gas prices, but can they handle extreme cold weather?
A Call to Move the Statue of Liberty to Idaho
Author criticizes liberal's viewpoint, questions their understanding of poetry vs. law.
Mysterious Tracks at Idaho Radio Station
Readers ponder the origin of mysterious tracks encircling a local building.
Idaho Needs to Tell Old Man Winter Enough
The author reflects on their snowy upbringing and how it shaped their character.
Cats and Dogs Also Feel the Bitter Idaho Cold
Outdoor cats in cold weather: surviving harsh winters but not enjoying the cold.
Idaho Republican Caucus Continues to Confuse
Idaho's Republican caucus on March 2nd: Are you in the know?
Expect Some Idaho Grocery Stores to Drop Self-Checkout
Attendants at self-checkout stations face abuse from frustrated customers.
Some in Idaho Complain Snowplow Drivers Favor the Rich
The truth about snow removal in Twin Falls, Idaho: Debunking the favoritism claims
The Weed That’s an Additional Blizzard Hazard
Discover the origins of tumbleweed and how it arrived in the United States.
KLIX Helps You Get Through the Blizzard
Southern Idaho experiencing limited power outages, but they will become widespread by Saturday.
Police Impersonator in Chubbuck, ID a Hoax
Uncovering the truth about the alleged fake cop in Chubbuck, Idaho.