Hey, Boomer here... My two listeners were interested in more information about me. After getting my bachelor's of music in Boston for bass guitar, I foolishly thought that playing both classic rock and jazz would get me accepted by both crowds. WRONG! But it's all good... I know that Miles Davis and Jim Morrison are holding hands and smiling somewhere. I worked a smattering of other jobs before radio including (and these are totally true): children's department leader, vending route owner, bookkeeper, and bass book author. When people asked me what I want to be when I grow up I said, "Kendra Wolfe's minimum wage bitch. BUT, then I want to be promoted to production bitch!" It totally. Came. True. My two dogs, Molly and George, deserve a sitcom based on the names alone. “One’s a free spirit, and the other’s all business. And when they get together… hoo-hee! You won’t want to miss it! Two And a Half Dogs... Tonight on TBS. Also, featuring Madea.” Three words to describe me: uncomfortable, sweaty, chess.
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Buhl High School’s Annual Dessert Theatre Coming Up
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Twin Falls Nonprofit Burglarized Twice, In Desperate Need of Donations
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Map of What Each State Has More of Than the Others… Can You Guess Idaho’s?
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Time Almost Up to Claim Mobile Cramming Refund from Verizon, Sprint
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Twin Falls Refugee Resettlement Continues to Polarize
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President Obama Signs Disaster Declaration for Idaho, Provides Federal Aid
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Idaho Supreme Court Upholds State’s Burglary Law
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Idaho Dept of Health and Welfare To Cut Benefits for Developmentally Disabled
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Twin Falls Police Determine No Children Abducted at Mall
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FactCheck Declares Donald Trump “King of Whoppers”
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Muslims Protect Christians From Extremists During Bus Attack in Kenya
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Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Appears Before Military Judge
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Monsanto Working On Genetically Engineered Sugar Beet
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Idaho Lawmakers Finalize New Outline for Broadband in Schools
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Idaho Whistleblower Who Sued Nampa Becomes Police Chief
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Gov. Otter Forms Otterpac to Donate Money to Republicans
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Idaho Legislative Committees Close to Wrapping Up
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Nampa Man Released, Could Face New Trial
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