The Lion of Idaho: William E. Borah, Part II
by Dene Oneida
A US Senator for thirty-three years, William Borah was a significant and indispensible voice of reason throughout the chaotic first half of the 20th Century. From women’s sufferage and the income tax to Prohibition and the Treaty of Versailles, Borah’s influence helped to shape the modern world.
by Linda Sandifer
Founded on land that once seemed inhospitable, Rigby has always been a place where resourceful people have found new ways to make things happen. The hometown of Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of the television, this small but vibrant town continues to grow and prosper.
The Day Baldy Blew: The Castle Rock Fire
by Karen Bossick
Over the course of several weeks this past fall, a number of huge fires spread through the forests of Idaho, bringing firefighters in from throughout the country and endangering communities in the surrounding areas. None were more affected by fire than the residents immediately around Ketchum. This is an account of how the town survived the fire with grace, courage, and a strong sense of community.
Good Neighbors: The Slippery Santa, by Connie Otteson
Life’s Lessons: Coming Home, by Royce Williams
Hidden Heroes: Earth, Wind and Fire; Smokejumpers battle challenging elements in managing Idaho wildfires, by Jason Chatraw
Idaho Centenarian: Opal Dickson, by Megan Rieger
Studebaker Says: Hunter By Day, Poet By Night, by William Studebaker
Companion Animals: Why I Love Idaho, by Dan Strawn
Music Makers: From Busking to a Record Deal, by Ryan Peck
Retrospective: My Heart’s Corral, by Evea Harrington Powers
70 Years in the Saddle; Life Sketch and Stories of Earl C. Nelson, by JoAnn Farnsworth &
Montpelier and the Oregon Short Line, by JoAnn Farnsworth, Reviews by Sheila Winther
Recipe Contest: Idaho Potato Rolls, by Maryann Merrick & Gruyere-Stuffed Beef Fillet, by Stacey Kemper
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Council, Fruitland, Gooding, Idaho Falls, Ketchum, Montpelier, Rigby, Sun Valley, Twin Falls