Kekeluv was raised in Houston, Texas but has grown with us in Idaho for the last 13 years. Keke hosted mornings and afternoons on Kissfm for all 13 of those years until March, 2020 “I loved my time at Kiss but things change. I’ve changed. I’m a father of 2 little angels that I continuously try to figure out and spend the other half figuring out how to be a great husband. Mix is a historic station and the fact that I’m being given the opportunity to make that my new home is just priceless.” You will find Kekeluv in afternoons from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays on Mix. Keke is also a major advocate for child abuse prevention and domestic violence since he arrived in Boise. He continues to push barriers and go all out for Child Abuse Prevention Month in April with events like, “Live for 175,” a week spent pushing himself mentally, emotionally, and even physically to call attention to the cause. “There is no place I’d rather be right now than on Mix 106 with a great live and local Treasure Valley team.”
The Cherry Festival Returns to Emmett with Memories on June 16
The Emmett Cherry Festival is back! Cherry pie-eating contests, parades, and a ton of family fun. It's back.
Life Jackets Provided for Kids In Boise Area Ponds This Summer
The city of Boise is teaming up to provide life jackets for Summers on the pond.
Albertsons Extend Hours with Grocery Discounts for Vaccinations
Still, need a vaccine? Albertsons will be extending clinic hours with 20% on groceries.
Idaho Firework Shortage Could Extinguish 4th of July This Year
2020 was one of the largest fireworks years in the history of people who sold them. This year could be the same, but without a lot of fireworks. The shortage is coming.
Boise Couple Takes Shaved Ice Truck Natural and Allergen Free
It's the all-natural shaved ice truck you've been looking for.
Escape to Sun Valley with Your Girls for Big Wellness Festival
Summer is here and it's time to recenter after a mentally exhausting pandemic. Grab your girls because this Sun Valley Festival is one to share.
Child Tax Credit Approved: Idahoans Choose Monthly or Annual Credits
There is a tax credit coming next month or next year. You choose, but the government giving families $3000 to $3600 per child. Read on because there are things you need to know.
Celebrate All Things Red at Old Idaho Penitentiary for Gingerfest
Redheads across the Treasure Valley unite, Gingerfest is this weekend. This is a redhead celebration for children and adults that you'll never forget.
Old Farmer’s Almanac Makes Bold Prediction for Boise Summertime
From the creators that predicted Snowmageddon in 2017 comes another bold Summer forecast.
Registration for Boise Art Museum Summer Camps Begin Today
Looking for Summer camps? We found one that already filled for June and you have time for next month. Boise Art Museum is ready for you.