Radio Link to Space
by Claire McLean
A part of the original Teacher in Space program, Idaho educator Barbara Morgan ended up training for ten years before taking her place on board an active space shuttle mission. She recently accomplished her goal, and in the process, taught some Idaho schoolchildren a lot about space, NASA, and what it takes to be an astronaut.
by Lynna Howard
Nestled beneath the Grand Tetons is Driggs, the largest town in Idaho’s beautiful Teton Valley. Home to about eighteen hundred people and to some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world, Driggs is growing by leaps and bounds. Houses and businesses are not the only things under construction—new cultural activities spring up seemingly overnight.
Mountain Goat Transplant
by Dale Toweill
When the habitat for mountain goats in one area becomes too crowded, one of the best methods for stabilizing the population is to transplant some of the goats to vacant habitat elsewhere. In this instance, mountain goats, captured in Utah, are now calling the mountains around Salmon their new home.
Profile: Larry Ramos; He’s been everywhere, man, by Lorie Palmer
Studebaker Says: The Boy Who Could Fly, by William Studebaker
Life’s Lessons: Playing the Field, by Ann Clizer
Outdoor Sports: Snowshoeing in Idaho, by Joe Zentner
Northern Exposure: After Winter, Comes Spring, by Marylyn Cork
Fish Tales: The Trophy, by Les Tanner
The Learning Curve: Idaho Transplant, by Kimberly Moncur
Good Neighbors: Threshing Time, by Maurice V. Hansen
Retrospective: How Pocatellans Told Time, by Bill Ryan
Tales of the Trail: Helicopter Douses a Sagle Fire, by Desire Aguirre
Book Review: Lessons With Love; Tales of Teaching and Learning in a Small Town High School, by Marianne Love; Reviewed by Sheila Winther
Recipe Contest: Irene’s Hot Crab Dip, by Patti Henderson & Soft Pretzels, by Niki Romani
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Driggs, Grangeville, Haynes Creek, Idaho Falls, McCall, Pocatello, Priest River, Sagle, Salmon, Sandpoint, Twin Falls