Ethel Chapman & Aleen Hendren
by Caitlin Copple
Sometimes the lives of people who make history don’t make it into our collective memory. In Boise, at least two prominent businesswomen slipped through the cracks, and their stories deserve to be told. In the 1930s Ethel Chapman and Aleen Hendren juggled housekeeping with successful and controversial careers.
by Erin Stuber
Kellogg may be the only place in the world which boasts of being discovered by a jackass. According to legend, the town’s namesake, Noah Kellogg, discovered gold while searching for his wandering burro. Erin Stuber fills us in on what happened afterward.
by Ryan Peck
Backcountry pilot Bob Danner knows the Sawtooth Mountain Range like it was his backyard. In fact, it is his backyard. Fly with Dan and he will take you to some of the most beautiful and untouched wilderness anywhere.
Animal Kingdom: Wolf People
by Gordon Rich
Road Tripping: Idaho Mud
by Dave Clark
Fiction Contest: The Preacher and the Woodpile
by Marylyn Cork
Music Makers: Violin Maker Ray Leicht
by Lori Van Pelt
One Spud Short: Green Acres Meets Black Asphalt
by Meg Donahue
Front Porch Tales: Bouquet of Memories
by Barbara Michener
Mother’s Day Memories: Celebrating Mom
by Les Tanner & Gem Magnuson
Buddy, His Trials and Treasures
by Will Edwinson
Free Range Verse: Just Two Miles
by Fay Briscoe
Historical Snapshot: Early Air Disaster
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Cocolalla, Grace, Kellogg, Kendrick, Nampa, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Sawtooth Wilderness Area, Stanley