I love summer, but as a parent it can be stressful to keep kids safe and busy. Fortunately there are summer programs to help. If you have a child engaged in one, you may also have the peace of mind that they are likely offering much more than safety and fun. Summer programs can also offer extended learning opportunities and help prevent the “summer slide.”
McCall resident Cameron Hopper-Craig walked away from rodeo despite a national high school title under his belt. But the bareback rider has returned to the pro circuit this year and turned in a 79-point ride Friday at the 101st Snake River Stampede at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa.
Hay production has ramped up in Idaho to feed the state’s growing beef and dairy herds. Hay has surpassed potatoes as Idaho’s biggest crop, but rain has damaged hay quality for two straight years, threatening hay operators operating beneath break-even points.
Café Mulé — Boise’s mule-side coffee service that ran into regulatory issues — has received permission from private landowners to work at three spots in the Ridge to Rivers trail system in the Boise Foothills.
A 13-foot-6, 608-pound, gold-leafed statue of the Angel Moroni was placed atop the Meridian, Idaho Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple Wednesday. It's a sign that exterior construction on the temple is largely complete.
Angel Moroni placed atop new Meridian LDS Temple
Bareback bronc ride pumps up Snake River Stampede rodeo
McCall bareback rider Hopper-Craig's 79-point ride at Snake River Stampede