Idaho Roots: Pioneering Television’s Invention
by Donald Godfrey, Ph.D.
Former Rigby high schooler Philo T. Farnsworth pioneered television’s invention! Read how this small town boy who loved science made his way to San Francisco, where he was the first to demonstrate and transmit an all-electric television signal.
by Will Rhea
Despite the fact that St. Anthony was named after a Minnesota town it was said to resemble, this eastern Idaho city has plenty of unique features and proud residents—they just call it “home.”
Gene Nora Jessen: Writer with Wings
by Vicki Graf
Idaho aviation has a friend in Gene Nora Jessen. In addition to her role as an aviation author, her achievements include flight instructor, flight demonstrator for Beech Aircraft Corp., international president and long-time member of the Ninety-Nines, and co-owner of Boise Air Service.
Who We Are: A Perfect World
by Christy McNeal
Ranch Life: My Brother Shot Lassie
by Carol Lee Sowards
Free Range Verse: The School Marm’s Birthday
by Wayne Nelson
Profile: Alice Rickman Takes a Trip Home
by Lorie Palmer
Storyteller: The Wild Man of Idaho
by Ralph W. Hansen
Round the Bend: Silver City: Rich in Character
by Helen Warriner
Historical Snapshot: Stagecoach Travel: Not for the Faint-Hearted!
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Arco, Boise, Cambridge, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Grangeville, Kuna, Rigby, St. Anthony, Silver City