Baseball & Mining: Working to Play Ball
by Lowell Vanskike
There was a time when every small town had a baseball team, or maybe even several. The same thing happened in north Idaho when mining towns had local teams, and the businesses—including the mines—sponsored the fun. And the players very much played to win.
by Linda Funiaole
Once a sleepy community on the far outskirts of Boise, Eagle has developed its own unique identity. With its interesting combination of urban fun, rural lifestyle, and cutting edge amenities, Eagle is fast becoming a powerful presence, both politically and economically.
Hoxie Brothers: Idaho Film Pioneers
by Larry Telles
In the early days of the film industry, before the silent films gave way to the talkies, many people with an appropriate look had significant movie careers. This was the case for two north Idaho brothers who found a little fame, a little fortune, and celluloid immortality.
Family Matters: May Suits My Mood, by Desiré Aguirre
Tricks of the Trade: Tanning Hides Requires Brains, by B.J. Campbell
Wild Wetlands: Fens in Sawtooth Valley, by Margaret Fuller
Studebaker Says: Shock Therapy, by William Studebaker
Retrospective: First Territorial Governor, by Marylyn Cork & Nancy Covert
The Name Game: She Claimed to Have Named the State, by Marylyn Cork
Animal Kingdom: Treed, by Lori Corbett
Good Sports: Stuck Between a Kayak and a Cold Spot, by Jennifer Rova
Who We Are: One Life in the Last Hundred Years, by Dene Oneida
Good Neighbors: Before the Saddle Cooled, by Amy McClellan
Recipe Contest: Pizza Alfredo by Jenna DeMoss, Cinnamon Tortilla Petite Fours by David Knickrehm
IN THIS ISSUE!
Burke, Coeur d’Alene, Eagle, Gem, Idaho Falls, Kellogg, Lake Pend Oreille, Meridian, Mullan, Pocatello, Rathdrum. Sandpoint, Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Shoshone, Twin Falls, Wallace, Wardner