For dairy, potatoes and corn, the coronavirus pandemic has been bad. But one staple grown in the Magic Valley is in high demand and doing well.
Restaurant sales are down about 80% thanks to the coronavirus, leaving Magic Valley spud farmers with no one to buy their potatoes.
If you haven't been inside, you've driven by. The restaurant at Curry Junction is worth a visit.
Two inhumane-treatment violations at an Idaho slaughterhouse are drawing national attention, with PETA calling for a federal investigation.
For those who work odd hours or just have a late night craving, Rolberto's is one of your few options, but it sure is a good one.
Minidoka County's family and consumer sciences educator has developed an cooking program using the Instant Pot, which is being adopted by extensions around the country.
A schedule of events and menus from senior centers around the Magic Valley.
“We come every year,” one recipient said. “I’m low-income like a lot of people here. It’s a big help. A very big help.”