On The Friday, February 1, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Jan 31, 2019
  • Our team of regional reporters breaks down the week's headlines.
  • A NASA scientist discusses Clipper mission to Europa.
  • Community health centers provide much needed care for 183,000 Idahoans.

- Host Gemma Gaudette leads a round table discussion of the week's headlines with the region's top journalists. This week Idaho Matters speaks with Betsy Russell with the Idaho Press, Don Day of BoiseDev and Mike Sharpe of KIVI-TV.

 

- Researchers believe the Jupiter moon of Europa could possibly be habitable. The natural satellite has an enormous ocean twenty times deeper than earth's and is covered by a thick, icy shell. Boise State University's First Friday Astronomy Lecture presents JPL's Dr. Samuel Howell to talk about NASA's Clipper Mission to Europa and on Friday's Idaho Matters, Howell will describe the findings of the mission.

 

- Community health centers facilitate care for more than 180,000 Idahoans annually. We'll talk with Terry Reilly Health Services and Family Medicine Health Centers about providing affordable and immediate health care from Downtown Boise to the state's most rural reaches.