During this edition of East Idaho Newsmakers, Nate Eaton speaks with the creators of America’s Top Buyer Roadshow. The creator, James Duke, and executive producer, Brent Johns, were in town this week filming their show and buying interesting items from eastern Idahoans.
The Duke family describes themselves as modern-day treasure hunters and have spent decades looking for America’s most valuable antiques, coins, gems and other items of rarity.
Their show, which will be available online, is part adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt. They are crossing the country on a mission to recycle and rescue forgotten relics.
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WOOD FUNERAL HOME OWNER BRIAN WOOD
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HOW ALEX BOYE WENT FROM BEING A HOMELESS TEENAGER TO A POPULAR ENTERTAINER
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DR. DAVID ADLER, PRESIDENT OF THE ALTURAS INSTITUTE
IFPD CHIEF SHARES BEHIND-THE-SCENES DETAILS IN THE ANGIE DODGE MURDER CASE & TALKS ABOUT WHAT’S NEXT
IDAHO FALLS SUMMER ROAD PROJECTS, WHAT’S NEXT FOR THE WATER TOWER, GROWTH AND MORE
CONGRESSMAN MIKE SIMPSON ON IMMIGRATION, DRUG PRICES, SALMON IN IDAHO & WHY HE’S RUNNING AGAIN
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POPULAR CHILDREN’S AUTHOR OBERT SKYE
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