CURRY — Kimberly Williams-Brackett will speak to museum visitors Saturday about her great-great grandfather John D. Nims, founder of the North Side News in 1908. His son Harry was also in the newspaper business. As keepers of the record, these men chronicled births, deaths, failures and successes of the Magic Valley community. Williams-Brackett will discuss how and why she became involved in writing “Keepers of the Record” and will autograph copies.
JEROME — The Jerome County Idaho Historical Society Depot Museum is now open for winter hours from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 2132 E. First St.
KETCHUM — The Sun Valley Gallery Association is hosting its Après-ski Giving Walk from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at eight member galleries.
JEROME — Gary and Bev Stone are doing their part in keeping the Western spirit alive.
JEROME — Jerome County was home to the Minidoka Relocation Center — known to locals as “Hunt Camp” — the largest of 11 relocation centers throughout the West used by the federal government during World War II to house thousands…
BURLEY — The Cassia County Historical Museum reflects the struggles and triumphs of those on the land, from American Indians to cowboys and sheepmen, to farmers and businessmen.