Adventure Racing: A Blossoming Sport Gets the Beauty Treatment in Idaho
Photo Feature by Patrick Orton
At Farragut State Park on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, the emerging sport of adventure racing highlights a multi-sport week in June.
by Trent Lootens
A native of this southwestern Idaho farming community wouldn’t have traded his childhood for the world.
Bolt-Action Business: Lessons Learned in Management from Hunting Bear in Idaho
by Joshua Ramey-Renk
On his first bear-hunting trip in northern Idaho, a newly minted MBA finds amusing similarities between business theory and shooting practice.
Comment: Stories Worth Saving
Idaho Hermit: Dugout Dick; At Age Ninety-four, Cave-Dwelling Still Suits the Salmon River Hermit, By Ward Stevens
2010 Fiction Writing Contest: Announcing the Winners
Road Trip: Summer Storm; On the Highway, the Hail Shoots Down, By Jordan Dilley
Road Trip: No Room at the Armory; Amid a Spring Downpour, All Burley’s Beds Are Full, By Karen Finnigan
Conflagration: Fire and Rain; How Idaho Farmers Saved West Yellowstone in 1988, By Sheldon Lawrence
Race Car Champ: Running on the Ragged Edge; A Former Team Member of Parnelli Jones Recalls a Pedal-to-the-Metal Career, By Jerry Hitchcock
Ghost Town: Back from Gone; Chesterfield, a Hidden Idaho Gem, Is Getting Better-Known All the Time, By Marge Hill Nickisch
Celebration: The People’s Museum; A Priest Lake, Memorial Day Marks Two Decades of Intense Volunteering, By Marylyn Cork
Recipe Contest: Sonoma Steaks with Vegetable Bocconicini, Recipe courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council; Idaho Smoked Trout Danish with Citrus Frisee Salad, by Christopher Zahn; Bread Sticks, by Cathy Koon
IN THIS ISSUE!
Burley, Chesterfield, Coolin, Farragut State Park, Idaho Falls, Marsing, Post Falls, Priest Lake, St. Anthony, Salmon, Sandpoint