Disaster on the Trail: The Utter Massacre
by Jerry Branson
A group of forty men, women and children set out from Fort Hall in late August of 1860. What followed was one of the worst tragedies in the history of the West—for both settlers and Native Americans. Jerry Branson weaves this sad tale of woe, when disaster struck on the Oregon Trail.
by Dixie Thomas Reale
From the top of I.B. Perrine’s stagecoach, from which parcels of land were auctioned off in 1907, to the sound of the fire siren reverberating across to the new Wal-Mart, Jerome has managed to grow while still keeping a firm grip on the treasures of its past.
by David Rauzi
How do you spend your weekend? David Rauzi introduces us to a few intrepid souls who choose to don coonskin and take a step beyond the silent pages of history into the reality of what it might have meant to be mountain men.
Flavor of the Month: The Cult of Krispy Kreme
by Daniel Rutledge
Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: The Mare
by Will Edwinson
Hall of Fame: Baseball Legend Harmon Killebrew
Fiction Contest: Publisher’s Choice Adult Division, It Was Dance Time
by Duane L. Peterson
Who We Are: Jerome Triplets
by Peg Roberson
Free Range Verse: Autumn in Western Idaho
by Don Adair
Front Porch Tales: A Change of View
by Ginger Beall
One Spud Short: I Think I’ll Photograph Ducks from Now On
by Lori Corbett
Out of this World: Idaho’s Near Space Program
by Paul Verhage
Historical Snapshot: An Early Jerome Landmark
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Fort Hall, Grace, Grangeville, Jerome, Payette, St. Anthony