Kristen Skovira, 6 On Your Side

Kristen Skovira

6 On Your Side

Denver, CO, United States

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Past articles by Kristen:

Viral TikTok sensation Nathan Apodaca fulfilling his cranberry dreams

What began as a few seconds of viral video has changed one Idaho man’s life forever. Nathan Apodaca, known worldwide as DoggFace208 took TikTok by storm. → Read More

BSU alum climbing the seven summits

"This is everything that I always wanted to do but I didn’t even know it existed before. I’ve never gone backpacking or rafting or anything," said Andrea Dorantes. → Read More

Made in Idaho: The Tony Cannoli brings a taste of Sicily to the Treasure Valley

If you ever see Tony Curcuru rolling by - you should probably follow him. And once you catch up to The Tony Cannoli cart - it’s time to order. → Read More

Flourishing flower farm moves to Caldwell

If you build it, they will come. That’s the story behind Lovely Hollow, a floral farm in the Treasure Valley. → Read More

Idaho survivalist competes on The History Channel's hit show 'Alone'

Two Idahoans and eight others left behind their modern lives and traveled to Labrador, Canada, sharing space with polar bears, plunging temperatures and the temptation to call it quits. → Read More

Tree-trimming business Treeworks creates usable art

Year after year, you may have noticed Treeworks at the market with their wooden utensils. But what’s the backstory on this thriving backyard business? → Read More

Wepa Cafe brings Puerto Rican cuisine to the Treasure Valley

Wepa Cafe is a blend of spices and the soul of an island — thousands of miles away from Idaho. → Read More

Love is in the air — and it smells like French fries

This Valentine’s Day, the Idaho Potato Commission wants you to think outside the chocolate box and get your Valentine what they really want: Frites by Idaho. → Read More

'Compass Goods' makes portable games for outdoor adventurers

The bandanna board game is just one of her designs. It's a light, easy to pack solution for gamers on the go. → Read More

Boise huckleberry business in a jam due to berry shortage

You've heard reports about supply chain shortages affecting almost every industry. Now it's hitting one of Idaho's own - huckleberries. → Read More

Emmett boy spreading holiday cheer by the dozen

The holiday season is fast approaching, serving as a reminder that Santa’s helpers are everywhere. → Read More

'Warped and Wonderful' has handwoven products sure to keep you cozy

As temperatures drop it's time to bundle up. One Boise maker has handwoven products guaranteed to keep you cozy. → Read More

Made in Idaho: Hello Honey adds pop and pizzazz to events

Hello Honey Events is a company that can elevate any event - using only balloons. → Read More

Local woman honors Mexican heritage through dance

Norma Pintar brings traditional Mexican folklore alive through dance and these days, she's using her talents to train the next generation of dancers, one move at a time. → Read More

Artist captures the beauty of Idaho in clay

Kayla Morgan uses the Idaho outdoors as her inspiration, Morgan combines all her favorite things; rocks and rivers, pots and plates. She takes mounds of materials and sculpts them into unique forms that last longer than a lifetime. → Read More

Introducing Kolaches to Kuna: Hudson Baking Co. specializes in sourdough

Hudson Baking Company launched during the pandemic and made its mark at local farmers markets around the Treasure Valley. → Read More

Meriwether Cider Company celebrating Idaho Wine & Cider Month with slushies

Talk to Meriwether Cider Company co-owner Molly Leadbetter and she'll be hard-pressed to pick her favorite cider. They're all the apple of her eye. → Read More

Art alleviating COVID stress at Woodcraft of Boise

COVID-19 has many of us turning to our phones for entertainment, watching artists work from home on platforms like Instagram and TikTok. Now, some people are finding inspiration, taking up painting or woodworking to alleviate stress. → Read More

Interactive art at JUMP encourages 'Giggling for Good'

The not-for-profit organization is helping people ring in the new year with some laughs after a tough 2020. → Read More

Looking for a Nashville stay-cation? Now you can rent 'Sulfur Ridge,' Tennessee's luxury treehouse

Looking for a stay-cation? Or an Airbnb like nothing else in Nashville? The owners of Sulfur Ridge want you to unplug and just - listen. → Read More