Nikki grew up in Tucson with four sisters, a love for lightning storms, exploring the outdoors, and all types of music. At 21, Nikki set out for adventure and ended up in Anchorage, Alaska. It was a beautiful crazy journey and where she got her start in radio, eventually landing in Portland, Oregon. She hosted mornings on Live 95.5 for several years, becoming very involved in the community and volunteering with several organizations. Nikki also spent a few years as a Media Executive for a group of 7 radio stations. She loves partnering with clients to create solutions and generate desired results. During her years on Live, Nikki welcomed her incredible little boy Titus, into the world. This little guy's first heartbeat played on the air, as did his gender reveal. Ed Sheeran, Pat Monahan, and other musicians touched her belly, hoping it would bring musical talent, we shall see. Now at 6, he occasionally voices commercials with his mama. After visiting, exploring, and connecting with the Treasure Valley, Nikki knew this was where she wanted to be. They have been living and loving it here since March. AFTERNOONS – 3PM-7PM
Get Ready for the Geese Boise
It turns out there are two different types of Canadian Geese that frequent Boise and the Treasure Valley. Some stay while others travel through. The two look very similar but there are some differences.
Keep An Eye Out For These Celebrities Who LOVE Idaho
It’s easy to see why these celebs love visiting and some even living in Idaho. We have four beautiful seasons, extensive and easily accessible recreation of all types, and low key living without worry of paparazzi. So what celebrities, be it actors, actresses, athletes, musicians, etc. own a …
There Have Been LESS Idaho Divorces Since Pandemic
A lot of cities, and states have been reporting an increase in break ups and divorce fillings but not here in Idaho. Couples seem to be working through and overcoming marital complications and disagreements and staying together.
Top 10 Indoor Places to Take Treasure Valley Kids
While we are getting closer and closer to spring here in the Treasure Valley we are just not quite there yet. If your little ones need a little more stimulation and excitement and if you need a break from constantly trying to entertain them then this list is for you.
Should Idaho Move its Boarder to Include Southern Oregon
This has been an ongoing battle for counties who want out of the blue state for years. This coming May Oregon voters will be able to give their two cents on the matter. If approved, Idaho's boarders would alter to include Southern and Eastern Oregon and the Northernmost part of California.
Idaho Inspired Dishes at Treasure Valley Restaurants
The Treasure Valley is home to some incredible restaurants with everything from classic to unique cuisine. Today we are going to focus on Idaho inspired dishes that are either newly available or have been local staples for decades. What should I add to the list?
Adventures in Snow Surrounded Idaho Hot Springs
I did what any respectable woman would do and took my suit top off to enjoy the natural hot springs in my all natural attire. It was a little embarrassing when a group of people silently snuck up on us. I had my back to them most of the time but ooops. I guess we weren't as alone as we thought.…
Upcycled Shipping Containers Make Beautiful Homes in Treasure Valley
Growing up my grandmother was a bit of a hoarder and had a shipping container in her yard to help hold all of her 'treasures'. So when I think of shipping containers on properties my mind goes to that, and it was not pretty, it was quite the eye sore but I loved grandma so much it didn&apo…
Boise Robber Gets Away on Mountain Bike
I know crime shouldn't be funny, but for some reason this tickles me just a little. I think it is just picturing a bad guy rushing from the scene on a bicycle, especially now, he must have trudged through some snow during his get away.
Idaho Wines to Celebrate National Drink Wine Day
Currently Idaho has over 60 wineries and 1,300 acres of vineyards. Some of the first grapes planted in the Pacific Northwest were in Lewiston in the 1860s. Now the Idaho wine industry is thriving and for good reason. Many awards have been won from Idaho Wineries.