The Brothers Killebrew
by Diane Killebrew Holt
While famed Payette native Harmon Killebrew rode a major league career all the way to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, there’s much more to the story. In “Baseball Extra” Killebrew’s niece, Diane Killebrew Holt, writes about the athletic career of her father, Bob Killebrew (Harmon’s older brother), and traces the Killebrew family’s illustrious sports history back to the mid-19th Century.
by Lynna Howard
Although some residents claim it’s too quiet. Shelley can sometimes reply sharply to the contrary. Some events, such as the annual “Idaho Spud Day” provide a clamorous contrast to the sleepy small-town image of Shelley. Take a look at a colorful town ensconced in Idaho’s “Potato Heartland.”
by David Rauzi
Good Morning, Vietnam. Idaho’s 116th National Guard Combat Engineer Battalion was involved in the Vietnam War, lending support to the 116th Cavalry Brigade. Several Idaho National Guard veterans of that conflict shared their views with a fellow Guardsman and North Idaho journalist.
Music Makers: Moscow Folk Musician; Idaho shaped Josh Ritter’s art, by Ryan Peck
Peafowl Partners: Bonnie and Clyde, by Kathy Laline Morris
One Spud Short: Serpent Time in Shoup, by Merle Kearsley
Gifted and Ten: North Idaho Prodigy; ten-year-old Stirs the Art World, by Cecil Hicks
Enchanted Flowerland: A Pleasant Trip Through Nanie’s Garden, by Penny A. Zeller
A Hometown That Was: Idahome; A Fond, Fading Memory, by Lisa Dayley
The Barn as Art, History: The Barns of Bonneville County; Idaho Falls Museum to Celebrate Historic Role of Farm Buildings, by Cheryl Cox
Front Porch Tales: Earning My Keep, by Ginger Beall
Historical Snapshot: Airmail Idaho, by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Bonneville County, Boise, Caldwell, Coeur d’Alene, Council, Gooding, Grangeville, Idahome, Indian Valley, Lewiston, Moscow, Orofino, Payette, Sandpoint, Shelley, Shoup, Starkey, Weiser River