Idahome – 449
After wheat crops flourised in this dry farm area. Idahome sprang up here in 1916 as a railroad terminal. Irrigation projects boosted its economy.
When wheat farms disappeared and highway traffic replaced rail service here. Idahome became a ghost town. Its grain elevators, lumber yards, stores, airport, oil company, school, newspaper and people are only past memories. An elevator and a few building foundations mark its site.