Highway 95 Revisited
by Les Tanner
Our man afield travels upstate the old way, seeking out twists and turns the highway took before improvements began in 1960.
Murphy Hot Springs—Spotlight City
by Philip A. Homan
This desert oasis far off the beaten track bears a rich history of gold, banditry, and horses.
A Farmwife’s Tale
by Geraldine Mathias
Nora Stamm chronicled early 20th Century life near Blackfoot. Her memoir attests to the extraordinary effort required to farm, raise children, and survive back then.
Editorial: The Good Stuff, by Steve Bunk
Portfolio: Faces from the Land; Two Decades of Chronicling Powwow Tradition, Reviewed by Kitty Delorey Fleischman
A Road Not Taken: Our Way or the Highway; During the Depression, Grangeville Almost Got a Road It Didn’t Want, by Lori Palmer
Bordello Tales: Madam Lake; When Boom Times Hit Ashton, Its Brothel Complex Lay Waiting, by Neal Wickham
Silver Mining: Fire in the Hole; An Underground Mine Tour Revives Memories of the Real Thing, by Lowell Vanskike
Reminiscence: The Threshing Machine; Seventy-five feet of Distance Would Do, by Bill Corbett
Screenwriting: The Death of Innocence; Idaho Screenwriters Discover The Joy and Tyranny of the Script, by Sherry Cann
Essay: Reflections on a Horse; An Unbroken Mare Sparks Musings on Horsemen Past, by Tony Jones
Refugee Lives: Growing Again; Refugees Recover in Idaho’s Gardens, by Pat McCoy Rohleder
Recipe Contest: Ratatouille, by Jayden MacArthur & Kyle Sullivan; and Zucchini Casserole, by Diana Sherman
IN THIS ISSUE!
Ashton, Blackfoot, Boise, Grace, Grangeville, Highway 95, Murphy Hot Springs, Owyhees, Wallace