The Nampa and Meridian Irrigation District played a large role in the development of the Treasure Valley
Canyon County’s Commemorative Flag is getting ready to fly over the City of Parma
“Old Fort Boise” was built by the British Arm of The Hudson’s Bay Company in 1834.
The Boone Memorial Presbyterian Church was founded in late 1880’s by Reverend William Judson Boone.
On the corner of Dewey and Ivy Streets in Nampa, you will find the Wiley Alumni House.
On Thursday, May 31, 2012, There will be a “Brown Bag Lunch Presentation” on notable discoveries in Idaho Archeology.
Nampa’s Kohlerlawn Cemetery was established in 1893, when Nampa was still considered a village.
The streets of Canyon County serve as a patchwork of our past
A behind the scenes look at the Idaho Press Tribune Newspaper
Plenty of pictures of homesteads and a lot more are on display in Nampa.
The Idaho State Sanitarium opened in 1918, at its height about a thousand people with developmental disabilities lived there.
During the Victorian years the popularity of mustaches flourished
On Saturday, May 19Th, there will be an Atlatl competition at Celebration Park from 9a.m. to 3p.m.
Canyon County received some of the very first Home-Stead patents in Idaho under the Home-Stead Act of 1862.
President Abraham Lincoln signed the Act after lots of political debate and action by southern states to stall the legislation