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2003-12, December 2003 (Montpelier)

2003-12, December 2003 (Montpelier)


Volume 3, Number 3

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Harry Orchard: Witness for the Prosecution
by Arthur Hart

Harry Orchard was a remorseless criminal who assassinated one of Idaho’s most prominent early governors. But few people realize Orchard was the star witness for the prosecution, not the defendant, in the court case that brought the legendary Clarence Darrow to Idaho.

by Jo Ann Farnsworth & Dave Goins

Tucked into the southeast corner of Idaho is a small town with big energy. Montpelier was the site of one of Butch Cassidy’s infamous bank robberies, but its more recent claim to fame is the outstanding Oregon/California Trail Center. Check out the town with a past, a present and a future worth noticing.

The Peregrine Fund
by Ann Taylor Peden

Since 1970, the Peregrine Fund has been working to preserve and protect birds of prey around the globe. From its headquarters in Boise, the Peregrine Fund is working hard to keep the world’s raptors alive and thriving.


Letter to the Editor
by Rod Tatsuno

Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: Gatherin’ Bottles Part II
by Will Edwinson

Idaho Hall of Fame: Jana Jae

Who We Are: The Ten-Cent Plate

by Suzanne Locklear

Road Tripping: Home for Christmas
by Irene Dodge

Tales of the Trail: Adventure Along the Oregon Trail
by Lori Van Pelt

One Spud Short: When Nature Calls
by Norman Garlington

Smalltown Flavor: Cowpokes
by Jim Parker

Signs of the Season: An Old Fashioned Christmas

by Ann Taylor Peden

Free Range Verse: The Quarter Horse
by Bob Bash

Fiction Contest: Harry’s Christmas
by Marylyn Cork

Historical Snapshot: Montpelier Tabernacle

by Arthur Hart

Front Porch Tales: Winter Trek

by Ginger Beall


Boise, Caldwell, Council, Fruitland, Grace, Kellogg, Montpelier, Pierce, Pocatello, St. Maries, Sun Valley, Weippe

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