NEW PLYMOUTH — A longhorn skull studded with Swarovski crystals and adorned with leather feathers hangs on the wall behind Jessi Roberts’ desk, an eye-catching gift made by a friend.
SALT LAKE CITY — Planning to shop at Smith’s with a Visa credit card? Make new plans.
There was nothing unusual about the day the son of a Baptist preacher purchased a freight car load of peaches from I.B. Perrine’s Blue Lake Ranch.
HAGERMAN — Hagerman High School’s Academy of Agriculture & Food Science has been selected as a partner-school in a U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture-funded research project to help sustain the commercial trout industry in the Hagerman Valley.
MERIDIAN — Before the first piece of salt water taffy was ordered, a Meridian candy shop was no more than a jelly bean of an idea in the mind of Cyndy Radovich.
GOODING — The Gooding Soil Conservation District and the University of Idaho Extension in Gooding County announced they were awarded an urban agriculture conservation grant from the National Association of Conservation Districts and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service.
BOISE — It was the middle of January, and the amount of clothing, household goods and other donations coming in to the Idaho Youth Ranch was at July levels.
BOISE — The Idaho Department of Commerce-Tourism Development is now accepting applications for the Idaho Regional Travel and Convention Grant Program for the 2019 cycle.
TWIN FALLS — It’s been 20 years since the city last raised rates at the entrance to Shoshone Falls and Dierkes Lake parks. Now, city staff are asking to increase the $3 vehicle fee to $5 in order to accept credit cards and make more improvements to the parks and roads.
TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls City Council says it will not raise waste removal rates again this fiscal year, even if that means it’ll have to send recycling to the landfill this summer.