The Twin Falls County Fair is coming and there are a ton of fun events. Most of them you don't want to miss, and these are the ones you definitely don't want to. The Twin Falls County Fair is September 1st through September 6th.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has sent a letter to the Cassia County prosecutor and sheriff asking for an investigation into the recent Oakley Pioneer Days rodeo event involving wild cows and fireworks.
Mitch Pollock lives in Twin Falls and graduated from the College of Southern Idaho, while he was there he was on the Rodeo team. Now he has graduated he is doing pro rodeo and, on his downtime, doing some practicing.
While those waiting for the Twin Falls County Fair still have until August 28, another Magic Valley fair located on the opposite side of Perrine Bridge has kicked off with three straight nights of rodeo action.
If Donnie Landis had his way, he’d make Idaho a kids’ bull riding playground. “That’s a dream,” he said. The reality is that bull riding doesn’t have as broad appeal as it once did. In his own neck of the woods, Landis is trying to change that.