KUNA — After several years at its iconic Interstate 84 and Eagle Road location, The Farmstead Corn Maze and Pumpkin Festival is moving to Kuna.
NAMPA — The Idaho Irrigation Equipment Show & Conference will showcase the latest information in the irrigation industry next week at the Nampa event.
CALDWELL — In the heart of the Sunnyslope Wine Region, Josie and Clay Erskine are building the 28-acre farm of their dreams.
CALDWELL — The Canyon County Fairgrounds could look a lot different in the coming years with the proposed addition of a new fair expo building, additional parking, practice soccer and football fields and a nearby first-class track facility.
EMMETT — Some Gem County farmers and ranchers are starting to receive some compensation from the federal government for tariff related price reductions for their products this year.
NAMPA — Owners of 58 Ada and Canyon County properties have been warned that they now face the possibility of their properties being sold at public auction because they have failed to pay a total of $27,830 in irrigation taxes for the past three years, according to a news release from the Nam…
BOISE — Whether to pump water from Anderson Ranch Reservoir into Elmore County-based Little Camas Reservoir will likely be decided by the potential economic impact to the Treasure Valley.
TREASURE VALLEY — In southwestern Idaho, the Idaho Department of Water Resources anticipates 2019 will be an average year in terms of the water supply for irrigators, although there is a lot of uncertainty about this winter’s climate projections. The area of primary concern for next year’s w…
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — This year’s onion crop is looking good for farmers in southeast Oregon and southwest Idaho.
CALDWELL — Eight rows of maturing grapes and seven varietals make up the the small vineyard that sits in Caldwell’s downtown core — a demonstration vineyard formerly used by college students that for years has lacked proper maintenance and care.
MERIDIAN — Michael Sutton was a late bloomer.
NAMPA — The Idaho Horse Park Foundation’s biannual fundraiser is returning to the Ford Idaho Horse Park at 6 p.m. today.
EMMETT — Each year October marks a renewal of the local 4-H program. Having completed the Gem/Boise County Fair, many youths take a short break from 4-H as they head back to school before re-enrolling in 4-H for another fun year.
CALDWELL — Merrisa Schwartz isn’t what you typically think of as a 4-H member. At 17 years old, Schwartz is heading into her fifth year as a 4-H member.
EMMETT — The 2018 World Livestock Auctioneer Champion Jared Miller will be visiting Emmett as a part of his tour to livestock auctions around the United States.
MERIDIAN — Farming has always been a part of Jim Lowe’s life. He grew up on a farm in Montana and moved to Idaho, continuing that legacy with his wife, Hillary Lowe.
CALDWELL — In the past 50 years, Caldwell High School has been without an agriculture program. However, this changed last year when efforts were made to bring it back from its long hiatus.
EAGLE — The 854 acres that make up the 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards in the heart of the Eagle Foothills American Viticultural Area is listed for sale at nearly $15 million.
NAMPA—The Arabian Horse Association will be bringing its 2018 Sport Horse National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show to Nampa nest week at the Ford Idaho Horse Park.
CALDWELL — Gazing out over her family’s 40-acre vineyard, Hadley Robertson detailed the history of Hells Canyon Winery, one of the oldest wine grape vineyards in Idaho.
GARDEN CITY —Sisters Mariah and Sarah Cobb paced around their alpaca exhibit at the Western Idaho Fair, happily answering questions and sharing their alpaca knowledge with curious fairgoers.
Below is the schedule of Western Idaho Fair events remaining until the fair closes Sunday. Pull out these two pages to carry with you through the fair.
CALDWELL — An 80-acre property previously envisioned as the future home of the Canyon County Fair sold for $1,635,000 during a public auction Tuesday afternoon.
Some of the events and attractions will be taking place every day throughout the week. A list of these is provided below, followed by the events unique to each day.
BOISE — Idaho’s largest fair returns to Expo Idaho in Boise running from today through Aug. 26 and, for the first year ever, fairgoers can “view the fair from the air,” in the words of Expo Idaho Director Bob Batista.
CALDWELL — Right before she is about to run a race, Jessie Telford tells herself three things: “Enjoy the ride, enjoy the moment and trust your timing.”
CALDWELL — Rows of bright green leaves and bunches of maturing grapes fill hundreds of acres across the Sunnyslope Wine Trail in the heart of southwestern Idaho’s portion of the Snake River Valley.
PARMA – Mike Gooding has been working on his family’s hops farm since he was 10 years old. His family started growing hops in 1895 in Oregon.
CALDWELL —“These boots are made for rodeoing” is the new catchphrase around Caldwell right now. With the event now in its 10th year, the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce is changing its annual rodeo art contest. From now through Aug. 18, dozens of Caldwell businesses will have decorated boots on…
NAMPA — While driving through many of the main roads in Canyon County, some people may notice green and white signs positioned next to crop fields that look similar to political campaign signs. Each year, the Nampa-Caldwell Chamber of Commerce Agribusiness Committee places these crop signs t…