Albion Normal School
by Connie McClune
Sometimes it seems like our teachers are just born knowing everything! The truth is, however, that teachers too must go to school. During the first half of the Twentieth Century, aspiring Idaho teachers often looked to a highly recommended school nestled in the heart of Cassia county, the Albion Normal School, for a great education.
T.R. Makes a Big Hit in Idaho
by Arthur Hart
Presidential visits are a big deal. But in was especially exciting for our young state in 1903 when Theodore Roosevelt stopped by. In speeches across the state, he touched upon the outdoors, the military, and good citizenship, issues that are still pertinent to Idahoans today.
by Emma Cox, Arthur Hart and June St. James
I daresay Yellow Pine is one of the most loved cities we have covered. The people, who populate this tiny town, and visitors alike, feel strongly about the good life it affords them and they are not shy about sharing their feelings!
By Hoof, Prop and Tread
by Jane Lambert
This is the story of a few good neighbors who fly in to free horses stranded on the Running Creek Ranch, deep in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness.
Fiction Contest: First Place Youth Division, Rabid Life
by Kirsten Wang
Letter to the Editor
by Jamie Dover
Fiction Contest: First Place Professional Division, The Sign of the Times and The Dog That Could Sing
by Helen L. Campbell
Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: Spring Adventure
by Will Edwinson
Profile: An Original Driggs Recreationist
by Joyce D. Edlefsen
Fun and Games: The Camas Festival: Celebrating the History and Culture of the Weippe Prairie
by Nancy C. Butler
Free Range Verse: Cowgirl Poetry
by Pamela Yenser
Fiction Contest: First Place Adult Division, Shrinking
by Laura V. Hill
Historical Snapshot: On the Rails: Idaho Gets Connected
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Albion, Boise, Driggs, Grace, Idaho Falls, Nampa, Selway – Bitterroot Wilderness, Twin Falls, Weippe, Yellow Pine