OSGOOD — New Sweden Irrigation District members insisted on retaining their heritage while modernizing a major head gate near Osgood. When engineers advised them to tear down the 127-year-old Great Western Canal head gate, they refused.
Farm Bureau elects delegates, bestows honors
Sign up by for Master Gardener classes
4-H scholarship deadline is Saturday
4-H scholarship deadline is Dec. 1
NRCS-Idaho taking EQIP sign-ups
Bar J Wranglers event a 4-H fundraiser
New admin assistant at barley commission
Enrollment now open for 4-H
POCATELLO — Clifford Warren, of Pocatello, and other giant pumpkin growers maximize the entertainment value from their mammoth vegetables throughout autumn.
Western Stockmen’s plans grand reopening
This year’s super hero minions straw bale art is, well, just super.
Lentil production up 30 percent in Idaho
Fuller Cattle joins American Angus Association
NW grape totals likely to drop
BLACKFOOT — Growing mammoth produce takes a mammoth effort.
BLACKFOOT — When Reid Lance Rosenthal was 9 years old and growing up on the family ranch in Rist Canyon, Colo., he vowed to himself one day to write No. 1 bestselling books.
Colt challenge to draw crowd today
BLACKFOOT — A popular family-oriented free attraction is back at the Eastern Idaho State Fair, the Super Science Co. gives people of all ages a chance to relax and play.
2018 Idaho Preferred Roadshow hits road
Barley production in Idaho increases
Biocontrol weed workshop set
Corn plantings in Idaho up from 2017
Deadline is Aug. 17 for CRP sign-up
RCAC offers well assessments
At the start of harvest, small-grain farmers are reporting exceptional yields in northern Idaho, slightly above-average yields from southwestern Idaho through the Magic Valley and slightly below-average yields in eastern Idaho.