Preparing to Hunt: Wolves in Idaho
by Dale Toweill
The reintroduction of the grey wolf in Idaho has been entirely successful, if unwanted in some quarters. Now that wolves are no longer considered an endangered species, wolf populations in Idaho are now under the supervision of Idaho Fish and Game, and the department is now developing regulations to allow for limited hunting of these predators.
by Kelly Kast
From its founding by pioneering businessman Frank Buhl to the present day, the “Trout Capital of the World” has survived the hard times and thrived whenever it could. To its residents, Buhl is both home and a way of life.
Wings & Annex: The State Capitol
by Dean Worbois
The picturesque and carefully maintained grounds on either side of Idaho’s Statehouse are gone, and an enlarged and renewed Capitol takes shape in their places. We take a look behind the chain link fences to explore the new additions to the old building, and examine the temporary quarters occupied by the Legislature and the displaced state agencies.
Tricks of the Trade: Garden Guardian; Meridian ‘green thumb’ discovers mutated grape, new walnut strain, by Linda Funaiole
Snapshots: Lady in Red, by Nancy Covert
The Name Game: Lincoln’s Links to Idaho, by Carla Strunk
Out to Pasture: The Rescue, by Martha Green
Small Town Flavor: Fourth Generation Family Business to Close after 106 Years; Miller Hardware will shut its doors in the fall, by Lorie Palmer
One Spud Short: The Misadventures of Chief P.U., by Marie Strong
Retrospective: Did Shoshone County Turn 150 Years Old This Year?, by Ron Roizen
Recipe Contest: Idaho Steelhead Cakes with Cherry Vinaigrette, by Maureen Theiler, Jocie’s Strawberry Shortcake by Jocielyne Klant & Donna’s Macaroni Salad, by Maryann Merrick
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Buhl, Grangeville, Meridian, New Meadows, Plummer, Priest River, Shoshone County