Terry Reilly’s Health Care Legacy
by Stephen Lowman
He was a family man. He was a businessman. He was an Idaho state legislator. He died, way too young, in 1986. When he exited by accident, however, 39-year-old Terry Reilly left a health care legacy of treating the financially disadvantaged that endures to this day.
by Barbara K. Rostad
Rathdrum: city, prairie, mountain. Of course, it’s the aforementioned city, population six thousand, that’s in the spotlight here. But the North Idaho town of Rathdrum shares that center stage with Rathdrum Prairie and Rathdrum Mountain. Meet those integral components of Rathdrum before being introduced to the people, places, and programs of this rapidly growing community in western Kootenai County.
by Ryan Peck
For the past four decades, Muzzie “Muzz” Braun has been making his music the Idaho country way. And the Braun family music tradition that grew up with the “Braun Brothers” (Muzzie, Billy, and Gary) in the 1970s and 1980s, now continues with the bands Reckless Kelly and Micky and the Motorcars of the Brauns’ third musical generation. See this comprehensive IDAHO magazine profile focusing on the life and work of Muzzie, the proprietor of Idaho Records, and an Idaho musician through and through.
Studebaker Says: One Season at a Time
by William Studebaker
Music Makers: A Harmonica, a Music Career and a Story to Tell; But the Looks of Hailey Tunesmith Fred Crabtree Can be Deceiving
by Ryan Peck
One Spud Short: The Thumbs Down Gardener
by Donna L. Peterson
Retrospective: Remembering St. Margaret’s; Onetime Boarding School Was a Fixture in Blackfoot for Fifty-seven Years
by M. Deloris Henscheid
Fiction Contest 2005:The Last Hunt; Judge’s Award, Adult Division
by Cassandra Cridland
More, Fiction Contest 2005: Camas Man; Judge’s Award, Adult Division
by Heidi Mannan
Treasured Getaways: Travel Gems of Idaho; (and a few ‘diamonds’ just outside the border)
by Will Edwinson
Historical Snapshot: Great Orator Spoke in Idaho
by Arthur Hart
IN THIS ISSUE!
Blackfoot, Hailey, Ketchum, Lava Hot Springs, Lewiston, Nampa, Paris, Pocatello, Rathdrum, Rupert, Stanley, Twin Falls, Victor, Weiser