Backstage With Tuba: Not Exactly Glam, But the Music Prevails
by Russell Richardson
This musician’s-eye view of the Washington Idaho Symphony doesn’t spare the performers—but the performance is a labor of love.
by Margo Aragon
Here’s to the town that doesn’t exist. For a place without even a postal address, Lowell sure draws the crowds. Once you get to the three rivers country, the attraction is easy to understand.
Hiding in the Deep: Have You Ever Wondered What Lurks in the Lake
by Heather Solsvik
Monster sturgeon? Possibly, but also sunken boats, silver ore, gold watches, refrigerators, boxcars, airplanes, and kitchen sinks repose beneath the surfaces of our northern lakes.
Editorial: Back Fence Gossip, by Steve Bunk
Photo Feature: On Non-fishing; A Lifelong Angler Sees More to Fishing Than Fish, by Les Tanner
Job Report: Saturday Night at the Airport; In Twin Falls, the Quietest Nights Are Best, if You Can Spot the Action, by Forrest Lampe
Native Son: Remember the Pueblo; The Life and Times of Commander Lloyd Bucher, by Bill Ryan
Annals of Justice: Judge Boomer and Me; Guilty as Sin, the Culprit Lunches with His Honor, by Dean Worbois
History of Transport: Strange Day in Hagerman; An Unexpected Convergence of Ferry Founders’ Progeny, by M.J. Freeman
Treasure Hunt: George Blackmon’s Dream; How an Oldtime Prospector Just Missed a Major Strike, by Jim Ridenour
Reminiscence: Morning on the Snake; Coming Home to Fish is Familiar, Yet New, by Steve John
Recipe Contest: Asian Grilled Salmon Salad, by Jayne Black; and Ranch Beans, by Cecil Hicks
IN THIS ISSUE!
Blackfoot, Boise, Cascade, Coeur d’Alene, Deer Trail Mine, Hagerman, Lewiston, Lowell, Pocatello, Twin Falls