CALDWELL — Agriculture plays a crucial role in Idaho’s economy. It is the largest contributor to the state’s economy and accounts for 20 percent of Idaho’s gross state product each year, according to the Idaho Department of Agriculture.
NAMPA—If you were like many Americans who suffered from the common cold this winter, you may have reached for a soothing cup of Echinacea tea to ease your symptoms.
COEUR D’ALENE — At 24-years-old, Autumn Weppener is a full-time industrial welder and runs her own side business called “PRETTYNSTEEL Metal Art.”
BOISE — Boise native Sydney Butler has never missed a single Snake River Stampede rodeo in her 22 years of life. She spent many of these rodeos both in the stands and behind the chutes.
The magic is tenuous, suspended in the air between, as the majestic elk look you in the eye and blink. They are regarding you, as you are regarding them, and the frozen tundra, tingling of bells, prancing, dressed out horses and billowing puff clouds appearing and disappearing with each snor…
CALDWELL— In 1907, a man named George Underkofler decided to plant his roots in southwest Idaho and bought a 40-acre parcel for about $4,000. Underkofler then turned this land into a farm, raising cattle, alfalfa, corn and beans.
GRANGEVILLE — GoBidToday.com, an auction business out of Grangeville, is currently hosting an online-only auction for a 93-year collection of antique tractors and crawlers from the estate of Edward Franklin “Ted” Billups.