With Idaho roots seven-years-deep, Ryan’s lived somewhat of a gypsy life as a military spouse for the last 14 years. From Chicago to Germany, to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, she’s found her forever home in Star and on the radio! Assumed to be a man with Low-T, Ryan’s spent the majority of her adult life fending off solicitations for male enhancement products. She also resents the assumption that Dude Ryan wouldn’t be a virile beef cake. Always Miss Manners, she finds it amusing when people are surprised by her spitfire sense of humor and penchant for sipping bourbon with her burly, bearded hubby. She loves writing, watching kids wipe out at the playground, and any reason that gets her out of doing the laundry. True story: she once donated three baskets of freshly washed laundry she didn’t feel like folding and highly recommends it. If you call her and don’t tell her she’s on speakerphone with your kids within earshot, you most certainly will next time.
Heat Stroke In Dogs: Signs and Life-Saving First Aid Tips
Generally speaking, heat stroke occurs when a canine can no longer control its internal temperature. When dogs are unable to cool themselves down through panting or the sweat glands of their paws, the consequences can be debilitating and even deadly.
The Most Googled “Should I” Questions of the Western United States
All at once, Google can step in on behalf of parents, politicians, doctors, lawyers, nutritionists, musicians, historians, journalists, bankers, teachers, and more to provide users the guidance we seek. And speaking of guidance, have you ever wondered what Idaho Googles the most? We most certainly have, but our curiosity didn't stop at the Gem State. Nope. We kept going and found the most Googled "Should I..." questions of the Western United States.
20 “DAD, HOW DO I?” Dadvice Tutorials BY ROB KENNY PERFECT FOR IDAHO LIVING
Rob Kenny proves not all YouTube channels are created equal. His channel, for instance, happens to be in a league of its own. In era when we're inundated with morons behind the mic or in front of filtered camera lenses, Rob Kenny is demonstrating it means to "pay it forward."
Idaho Registered Sex Offenders “Victims” of Latest Phone Scam & We Don’t GAF
Not that we really GAF, but Idaho's registered sex offenders are the "victims" of a recent phone scam. It starts out as a seemingly friendly phone call from an Ada County Sheriff or a Canyon County police officer, but it quickly transforms into a catfish situation.
Zoo Boise Quarantines Aviary to Combat the Spread of Bird Flu
To date, the Avian Flu has primarily targeted the Gem State's migratory duck and geese populations. According to Boise Parks and Recreation Director, Doug Holloway, Ann Morrison, Julia Davis, Esther Simplot, Redwood, and Bernadine Quinn Riverside parks have been the site of a series of bird deaths and maladies.
Sarah Paulson & Instagram Followers Save Idaho’s Famous “Sweet Pea” the Parrot
If not for Sarah Paulson, Idaho's social media sensation Sweet Pea the parrot would've been a goner. Paulson, joined by her partner of seven years, Holland Taylor, used their powerful Instagram following to connect Albright to avian bird doctors from around the world.
Banning Father’s Day: Another Insane Example of Cancel Culture
This week, a Boise local called a Townsquare Media station to share her reasons for supporting a national ban on Father's Day. As you might imagine, her reasons were selfish and the logic behind them hollow.
Wearing Orange Could Save Your Life
Idaho's Hunter Orange Requirement exists to help hunters from becoming the hunted. Controversial fact: camo is useless in big game hunting. It's science. Developed by the Brits, camouflage was originally intended to help soldiers of the 1960s evade opposing forces. Not long after, hunters adopted the practice to advance their prey-stalking techniques. Or so they thought.
20 Idaho Laws That Aren’t a Thing, But Should Be
Between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m., the highway speed limit should be 80 miles-per-hour. We just want life, liberty, and the pursuit of tax-free rounds.
8 Great But Weird Reasons People Move to Idaho
We keep it clean. Whether it's an afternoon delight or a passionate roll in the hay, Idaho is among the states with the lowest rate of sexually transmitted diseases. How low? We come in at 44/50.