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2004-07, July 2004 (Cottonwood)

2004-07, July 2004 (Cottonwood)


Volume 3, Number 10

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Idaho Governors
by Arthur Hart

Idaho has had more than its share of both scoundrels and saints in the governor’s office. Historian Arthur Hart traces our gubernatorial past—from the pioneer days of Idaho territory, when our governors were appointed by the president, to statehood and the coming of the “people’s choice.”


by Lyle Wirtanen & Frances Allard

There is a western way of life going on in this charming little Idaho town. A universal theme of optimism and enthusiasm seems to pervade the community. Ask Cottonwood’s “movers and groovers” and they’ll tell you they wouldn’t live anywhere else in the world.

Volunteering Outdoors in Idaho
by Sharon Johnson

Summer is often about taking: taking a swim, taking a trip, or just taking a drink, but the truly inspired among us know it can also be about giving, and there is no gift better than the donation of one’s time. Find out how you can do just that this summer by volunteering.


Fiction Contest First Place, Youth Division: The Wildflower

by Ciara Huntington

Front Porch Tales: Critter
by Lynn Farley

Who We Are: The Shilling House
by M. Deloris Hensheid

Backcountry Culture: The Art of Mantracking
by Sue Izard

Centenarians: Olga Fisher
by Lisa Dayley

One Spud Short: Under the Orange Hat
by Les Tanner

Fiction Contest Second Place Adult Division: The Coyote

by Jack Lintelmann

Northern Exposure: The Ol’ Boot Tree
by Sherry Ramsey

Good Neighbors: The Blaine Schoolhouse

by Bill London

Historical Snapshot: Idaho Goes Dry
by Arthur Hart


Blackfoot, Blaine, Boise, Caldwell, Cottonwood, Moscow, Priest Lake, Rupert, Weiser


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