HI, I’m Jeff Connell, and I appreciate you taking the time to check out my page here on the website. I’m proud to call the Treasure Valley Home having moved here a little over three years ago. I live in Meridian with my 8 year-old son. Life has been an adventure in the last few years I went through a divorce after a 13 year marriage, so I’ve been navigating a life reboot. It’s been a lot of growth, some lessons learned along the way, and some really “unique” dating experiences. I grew up in Seattle, so I still cheer for the Mariners and Seahawks, and my son and I have adopted both the Portland Trailblazers and Utah Jazz for basketball. We’re still holding out hope Boise will get another basketball team to play. In my downtime, I love to travel, grab my camera and take pictures, and do some “adventures” with my kiddo. I made it to Australia last year which was one of those bucket list trips. I���m hoping to add another stamp to the passport sometime soon, and am committed to camping in our amazing Idaho outdoors this summer.
Bogus Basin & Brundage Announce Closures as of Tomorrow
As preparations and precautions for COVID-19 and the Coronavirus continue, businesses are making decisions about remaining open. Bogus and Brundage have both decided to close.
Want to Vote Early in Ada and Canyon County? What You Need to Know
There's no doubt, it's election time and politics are front-and-center all around the country and the Treasure Valley is no exception. As of today, early voting has started in both Ada and Canyon County.
Boise State Evacuates Riverfront Hall and Library Due to Smoke
Students with classes in Riverfront Hall or the Boise State University Library were greeted with cancellations and concerns of fire (due to smoke) this morning.
The Connection Between Snapchat and the Blue “Oxy” Pill Overdoses
The scary story about multiple overdoses on a "little blue pill" being sold as OxyContin in the Treasure Valley just got a little more frightening. At least one teen found the pill through Snapchat.
The Decorations Are Up, Now Where to Hide the Gifts
If you're facing the challenge of where to hide Christmas gifts, a quick search of the internet shows a couple things. First, there are many of us seeking advice and hoping for some amazing new ideas, and second, there are not many amazing new ideas.
Tired of Parking at Bogus? Uber Ski is Coming to Boise
It's about time to get the gear out, grab the skis or board, and head back up to the mountain for some time in the powder, and this year, Uber is giving us another option.
Is Cell Service About to Get Better at Albertsons Stadium?
If you've been to any Boise State Football games this year, you've probably noticed that as the stadium fills up, the ability to call, text, and use data becomes more and more difficult. That could be changing.
Thousands Attend Women’s March Idaho Rally at Capitol
Last year, the Women's March Idaho was both a march and rally that ended up with an estimated crowd of 6000 at the State Capitol. This year's rally was another big success.
Flying Delta Soon? The Service Animal Policy is Changing
For most of us, traveling by airplane is restricted to our human family or friends, but if you fly Delta and plan to bring a service animal, their policy is changing. Here's what you need to know.
Boise Airport Going Green With New Solar Installations
Boise Airport is going more green with the installation of new solar panels on the rooftop of the facility. This solar project will be used to provide hot water for parts of the airport.