About “Magic Valley”

Geologically, around 15,000 years ago, the Utah Bonneville Lake breached its earthen dam and flooded Idaho carving out the Snake River canyon.

Historically, this area of the Snake River Valley fed thousands of locals and Oregon Trailblazers with wonderful salmon and crops.

Today, this area is called “Magic Valley” for a reason – with a wide variety of food, fish, dairy, beef – and the “best in the world” residents!

Caring for each other is what we’re about.

Welcome to Our Valley!

One thought on “About “Magic Valley”

  1. I am Kay Heller and donate to the foundation. Today while getting a cut @ Beans I found out Thursday is the Homecoming parade and game on Friday. Could the paper please include and games and pertinate happenings to support our schools. Thank you so much.


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