Rocky Mountain Power Gives Foodbank $10,000 Grant

For the fourth consecutive year, the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation is recognizing the needs of food-insecure children, seniors and families in eastern Idaho and rising to the challenge with a generous gift in the form of a grant for $10,000, enough to provide 40,000 meals. The gift comes as new numbers show 51,560 residents of […]

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New Study Shows Improvement In Idaho Food Insecurity

An annual study released by Feeding America is showing a positive trend regarding the number of Idahoans who are enduring hunger and food-insecurity. Map the Meal Gap, a study based on data from 2015, provides critical information including food insecurity rates for both the state and county level as well as the family budget shortfall […]

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Harvest Report: Spring Fruit Begin To Take Shape

Visiting with growers this week to get an idea how the 2017 harvest is shaping up.  Mustard seed is blooming throughout the valley. After a long, gray winter these fields of brilliant yellow are a welcome sight. Over at Sunnyslope, the apricots and cherries are looking very promising. As anyone who has every picked apples […]

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A Mother Strives For A Healthy Future

It was April of 2017 when her daughter Emily was rushed from their home in the Magic Valley to the Salt Lake City hospital. They chose that hospital because that’s where Emily’s heart doctor works, helping her work back from a separate condition.

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