Three Kings: Soda Springs Success
by Bill Corbett
Sometimes, growing up in a small town produces young people who are in a hurry to achieve success. Three men from Soda Springs, roughly contemporary in age, have achieved national and international notoriety in fields as disparate as finance and the performing arts. Their stories show what ambition can achieve.
White Bird—Spotlight City
by Margo Aragon
For many years, White Bird was a small town that survived on logging, ranching, and its geographical location, being the gateway to Hells Canyon and the many wilderness areas surrounding it. Now, it is a town in transition, treasuring its past while one foot reaches into the future.
by Richard Holm, Jr.
The wilds and mountains of central Idaho are constant obstacles to communicating and resupplying the men and women who live and work there. Given the lack of workable alternatives, airborne mail and supply services have been a lifeline to the people of Idaho’s backcountry. This is their story.
Fish Tales: Trout; Idaho’s Other Crop, by Cecil Hicks
Music Makers: Rock 101;Idaho’s Mitzi Mecham finds success in helping kids find their inner rock-star, by Ryan Peck
Road Tripping: U.S. Route 30; Driving Through Idaho BTI (Before the Interstate), by Les Tanner
Family Matters: Sisterhood, by Ann Clizer
The Learning Curve: Idaho’s Most Advanced Testing Facility; My Mother’s Kitchen, by Dallin Moon
Favorite Relatives: My Sunflower; Remembering Grandpa, by Hailey Russell
Fiction Contest: First Place Adult Division; Wagon Fire, by Bruce Bash
Good Neighbors: From Hospital to Hotel; Renovation and Renewal, by Lisa Dayley
Recipe Contest: Swedish Pancakes by Gunnar Lundgren, Gingered Chicken Noodles by Travis Stotts, and Maple Sponge Pudding Cake by Stacey Kemper
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Buhl, Caldwell, Eden, Gooding, Sandpoint, Soda Springs, Twin Falls, U.S. Route 30, White Bird