Cavalcade 2016: WHAT'S IN A NAME

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True to the nature of the art, The College of Idaho music buildings are compilations of philanthropy, but Gladys Langroise takes a solo spotlight. Read more

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NAMPA — While some people claim the name “Idaho” was coined by Native Americans, the Idaho State Historical Society says the state earned its name from a word simply made up by a politician. Read more

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For Northwest Nazarene University, its relationship with the Brandt family has always been more than a partnership and check donations, according to Mark Wheeler, associate vice president of development. Read more

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GREENLEAF — “Oh, greenly fair in the lands of the sun,” could be a verse describing the land around the town of Greenleaf, but it is also the first line in a poem titled “The Pumpkin” by John Greenleaf Whittier, a Quaker poet who the town of Greenleaf is named after. Read more

Cavalcade 2015 'How It's made'

This years' edition of Cavalcade is featuring on local businesses that manufacture, create, and innovate in the Treasure Valley.

Cavalcade 2014 "Canyon County's Economic Outlook"

Our annual Cavalcade was published March 29, 2014 and was included in your printed edition. This year we are featuring the state of our local economy, including agriculture, retail, technology, health care, construction, tourism and unemployment.

Cavalcade 2013 '130 Years of News'

Our annual Cavalcade was published March 30, 2013 and was included in your printed edition. In this issue we look at the history of your local newspaper, from the invention of the letterpress in 1440 though the current day.

Cavalcade 2012 'Then & Now'

Our annual Cavalcade was published March 31 and was included in your printed edition. We have also posted all the photos and information from the annual magazine here online so you can share it with your out-of-town friends and family.

Cavalcade 2011 'Idaho Classics'

Published and inserted with the Idaho Press-Tribune on Saturday, March 26, 2011. Cavalcade is an annual magazine produced by the Idaho Press-Tribune. This years edition features some Idahoans who are true classics: Velma Morrison, who has brought a world of arts to the Treasure Valley; The Zamzow brothers who carry on their family's legacy of a successful, locally owned business; former Green Bay Packers star and Idaho Vandal, Jerry Kramer; Former U.S. Interior Secretary and Gov. Cecil Andrus; and of course, Coach Chris Petersen of the Boise State University Broncos Football.