Organizers and participants of the 102-year-old Snake River Stampede, one of the Ford Idaho Center’s biggest regular events, helped convince the Nampa City Council on Tuesday to stop its proposed sale of part of the Idaho Horse Park. Questions linger about how the city can upgrade the venue while it continues to operate in the red.
Organizers and participants of the 102-year-old Snake River Stampede, one of the Ford Idaho Center’s biggest regular events, helped convince the Nampa City Council on Tuesday to stop its proposed sale of part of the Idaho Horse Park. Questions linger about how the city can upgrade the venue while it continues to operate in the red. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Organizers and participants of the 102-year-old Snake River Stampede, one of the Ford Idaho Center’s biggest regular events, helped convince the Nampa City Council on Tuesday to stop its proposed sale of part of the Idaho Horse Park. Questions linger about how the city can upgrade the venue while it continues to operate in the red. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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January 17, 2018 01:44 AM