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2001-12, December 2001 (Pocatello)

2001-12, December 2001 (Pocatello)

$6.00


Volume 1, Number 3



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FEATURES

Vernon Baker’s Medal of Honor
by Joe Evancho, with assistance by Bonnie Olson

True heroes don’t think of themselves as such.

Military Men Far From Home
compiled by IM Staff

From Guadalcanal to Halifax, Nova Scotia, veterans remember holidays past.

Pocatello–Spotlight
by Harry Neuhardt and Belinda Isley, assistance from the Bannock County Historical Society and Museum

Once primarily a railroad town, the arts, industry, and education now drive Idaho’s Second City. There’s more to the picture than what meets the eye.


The Original King of Spuds: Before J.R. There Was Joe

by Dave Goins

DEPARTMENTS

Ghost Towns: Still Standing After All These Years: Poison Creek Station in Owyhee County
by Mary Ann Reuter

Clean Plate Club: You Can’t Keep a Good Lodge Down: Pond’s Lodge
by Molly King

Snapshots: The Story of “Little” Cowboy Joe
by Mary Ann Reuter


Northern Exposure: The Grande Dame of North Idaho: Louise Shadduck

by Jane Freund

One Spud Short: The Great Owyhee Stagecoach Robbery of 1990
compiled by IM Staff

Featured Foliage: Western Larch
by Mary Ann Reuter


Small Town Flavor: For the Love of Fudge

by Molly King

Free Range Verse: To Lose a Cowboy
by Erin L. Fenner
Cowboy Therapy and To Ride With Hondo
by Ross Fenner

Rock & a Hard Place: Glacier Action in Idaho
by Natalie Bartley

Book Review: Written on Water: Essays on Idaho Rivers
reviewed by Mary Ann Reuter
Rediscovering Vardis Fisher: Centennial Essays
reviewed by Kitty Fleischman

It’s Nothing Really: Idaho Trivia
by Junior Achievement of Idaho


IN THIS ISSUE!

Arco, Bonners Ferry, Borah Peak, Challis, Coeur d’Alene, Island Park, Kellogg, Pocatello, Poison Creek Station, Priest River, Rockville, Ruby City, St. Maries, Salmon

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