Trueblood; The Life and Times Of a Writer/Conservationist – Part I
by Les Tanner
This first part of a two-part series on the late Idaho outdoorsman, writer, and conservationist, Ted Trueblood, focuses on his wordsmithing.
Spirit Lake—Spotlight City
by Heather Solsvik
If you let the everyday world fade away in a place that feels undiscovered, you might find magic, or peace, or maybe Spirit Lake.
Hit the Silk!: How a Boise Native Helped to Save George Bush, Sr., In World War II
by F. Willard Robinson
In an excerpt from his book, the author offers the first published eyewitness account of the day George Bush, Sr., was shot down and rescued during World War II, a rousing tale told by a Boise aviator who helped to save the future president.
Comment: The “I’s” Have It
Custer Day: Custer’s Three Histories; A July Celebration Commemorates This Town’s Recurring Rise and Fall, By Michael Vogt
Perrine Bridge: Are You Crazy?, By Susan Summer Elliott
American Falls: The Town That Moved; How American Falls Was Relocated for a Dam, By Barbara Cothern
Nampa: The Catch, By F. Ruth Thacker
Plummer: Two-Gun Hart; Al Capone’s Big Brother Policed the Wilds of Idaho, By Jonathon Shipley
Careywood: Clarence Darrow’s Clue; John Carey’s Descendent Describes How He Bought an Idaho Town on a Tip, By JoAnn Colby
Pocatello: The Prison Class; For Idaho Women, Jail Doesn’t Bar the Hope of Brighter Futures through Education, By Lalove Foster
Upper Beehive Lake: No Pain, No Gain; For These Septuagenarians, Four Miles Uphill Are (Mostly) a Stroll, By Marylyn Cork
Recipe Contest: Calypso Beef Soup, Recipe courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council; White Chocolate Berry Cake, by Angelina Rodriguez; Nanna’s Chicken Cutlets, by Greg Grasso
IN THIS ISSUE!
American Falls, Boise, Careywood, Custer, Plummer, Pocatello, Nampa, Salmon, Spirit Lake, Twin Falls, Upper Beehive Lake