Is That You Trigger? Project Idaho’s Triumphant Trio of Mule Clones
by Diane Rice
Did you miss the opportunity to see Secretariat? Always want to watch Man O’ War? Well, you may still get the chance. The first successful equine clones were produced at the University of Idaho last year, and the significance of this breakthrough to both science and the equine world is still not fully known. Diane Rice tells us how they did it and what it might mean.
by Tami Hart
Tucked away along Idaho’s western border is a small and pleasant town with an appropriately descriptive name. Fruitland has long been a land of fruit, but it has also been much more. Read and learn what makes Fruitland a town with such a bright and diverse future.
Irish in Idaho
by Arthur Hart
Many Idahoans enjoy celebrating St. Patrick’s Day each March 17th, but few know the significant achievements and long history of the Irish in Idaho. Historian Arthur Hart details their contributions and exploits. Erin Go Bragh!
Exhibitions: Discovering Idaho: The World of Lewis and Clark
by Helen L. McMullin
Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: Frankie
by Will Edwinson
One Spud Short: The Angle
by William Studebaker
Front Porch Tales: Cabin Fever
by Lynn Farley
Profile: Henry Clarence Dworshak
by Eric Miner
Historical Snapshot: Idaho Orchards
by Arthur Hart
The Name Game: Chinden Boulevard
by Susan Beitia
Who We Are: The Old Green Bus
by Betsy Roberts
Northern Exposure: Camas Prairie Winery
by Michelle Anderson
Art Attack: Decoy Master Frank Werner
by Ralph Barthold
Free Range Verse: Road Rage
by Rudy Gonzales
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Burley, Clark Fork, Fruitland, Garden City, Grace, Idaho Falls, McCall, Moscow, Twin Falls