Built in Idaho
by Arthur Hart
Without its landmark buildings, how is your town different than any other? Idaho buildings of local, state and national significance are included on the National Register of Historic Places. Here’s a look at those categorical distinctions, plus an examination of the classic architectural styles that shape the many landmarks in Idaho.
by Lucy Dukes
While many towns are considered friendly, Bonners Ferry has an award to show for its amicability. Nestled snugly in the Selkirk and Purcell mountains of northern Idaho, residents and visitors alike are embraced by the town’s friendliness.
Astronomy in Idaho
by Paul Verhage
Interested in looking into the celestial realm? Stargazing opportunities are available at the Gem State’s many planetariums, observatories and star parties. This guide provides an informational start for newcomers on the statewide stargazing scene and an enrichment for those who may have greater astronomy experience.
One Spud Short: Let’s All Be Dogs
by William Studebaker
Senior Adventure: Goatpacking the Sawtooth: Seniors Take Adventurous Trek
by Margaret Fuller
Retro City, Daddy-O: Graceland in Meridian? King of Rock Not Forgotten at Retiring Car Dealership
by Caitlin Copple
Who We Are: Fifty Years and a Hammer Later
by Angie Lee
Front Porch Tales: Here, Kitty
by Ginger Beall
School of Tough Barbs: How to Cross A Barbed Wire Fence
by Dave Clark
Playing Pioneers: Wagons Ho!
by Jack Liddell
Historical Snapshot: Of Indians and Parades
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Atlanta, Boise, Bonners Ferry, Bruneau, Caldwell, Cascade, Coeur d’Alene, Fairfield, Idaho Falls, Idaho State Centennial Trail, Jerome, Ketchum, Lava Hot Springs, Meridian, Moscow, Pierce, Pocatello, Rexburg, Twin Falls, Weippe