Hello! I'm Mike! I've been in radio for over 30 years and love every moment of it! I have one of the best jobs in the world…with the exception of having to wake up every morning at 4 a.m. my job really is better than working for a living. I get to wake up and have fun and laugh with you every day. I was born and raised in Idaho and it was always my dream to someday get to work in in my home state of Idaho. I got the chance in 1990, and thought I would work in Boise for a few years and move to a bigger city for more money…but something happened along the way. I fell in love with the Treasure Valley…..I also began a family and they all love it here too. My wife Tracy and I are the parents of seven children in a blended family. We have 6 boys and only one girl (thank God). My wife owns Silverhawk Realty which is a successful real estate company with 5 offices and over 80 realtors…We all love living and working here and have really become a part of the Treasure Valley community… I’ve had the pleasure of working for Mix since June 20th 2002…It’s an amazing station with and it truly is a pleasure to come to work every morning…a lot of that is because we have some amazing listeners…who are also heavily involve with us in making our community better by helping with our various charities and fundraiser during the year…like the annual Mix 106 Cares for Kids Backpack program to benefit the Idaho Food Bank which has raised over a quarter of a million dollars since 2012. You also help make Christmas for kids at St Luke’s Children’s hospital better every year with Mike and Nicole’s Christmas Elves. Every year we deliver toys to the kids who are stuck in the hospital for Christmas, but we couldn’t do it without donations from all of our listeners. Did I mention working for Mix 106 is better than working for a living? Now if I could just convince everybody that our morning show would be much better if we could start around 9 or 10am, this job would be perfect
This Week Marks the 42nd Anniversary of Idaho’s Largest Natural Disaster [Video]
At 11:57 a.m. on Monday, June 5th, Idaho history changed. 42 years ago this week, the largest natural disaster in Idaho history occurred with the collapse of the Teton Dam near Rexburg. The collapse spilled over 80 billion gallons of water into the Snake River Calley. Fourteen people and 13,000 catt…
Boise River Greenbelt Flood Warning: River Flows Set to Increase Today
More flooding and high water along the Boise Greenbelt is expected as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are increasing flows from Lucky Peak Dam today..here's the details
Bogus Basin Opens This Weekend: Check Out Summer Schedule and Prices
If you happen to be staying home for Memorial Day weekend & are looking for fun things to do, you need to check out the Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area
Camp Out in Idaho’s Back Country with Free Food and Gear, But There is a Catch
Have you always wanted to camp deep in Idaho's wilderness but didn't feel you had the experience? Now you can camp have your gear hauled & eat for free..there's one small catch
Quintessential Guide to Idaho’s Best Finger Steaks
Most the country doesn't know what a finger steak is let alone ever tried one. Thanks to your suggestions here's a few places that serve up the best Finger Steaks in Idaho
The Treasure Valley’s Newest Mediterranean Style Restaurant Opens Today in Eagle
The Treasure Valley’s newest restaurant opens today in Eagle. They pride themselves on healthy, made from scratch food, using local fresh produce.
Congrats to North America’s Coolest Downtown
More & more people keep discovering how awesome Boise is...but did you know Boise was this cool? We just made a list of coolest downtowns in all of North America
Take Your Kids to Michael’s Free Glitter and Slime Event This Memorial Day Weekend
If you and your family are planning on staying home this Memorial Day weekend, you’ll probably be looking for something fun to do with the kids. Sure cookouts and swimming at Roaring Springs are fun, but here is a free event that’s sure to keep your kids entertained o…
What Do The Coins Left On Military Headstones Mean?
Have you ever been in a cemetery and saw coins laying on a tombstone? There is actually a reason behind it. Read more, so you can know what each coin means, and maybe as you visit a fallen soldier this Memorial Day, you can leave a coin to honor them too.
Idaho Road Trips That Are Perfect for a Spring or Summer Getaway
Summer is just around the corner and it's almost time to pack up your camping gear, bikes, and fishing equipment to venture into Idaho's great outdoors and wild blue yonder