by Amber Grubb
A photographer bent on documenting threatened Treasure Valley landmarks gets swept up in the stories and people behind the buildings.
by Kelly Kast
The author’s earliest memories are set in this farming town, which her family left for Shoshone when she was a toddler, and to which she now returns in middle age to visit old friends and old haunts.
The Day the Dam Broke
by Michelle B. Coates
In 1976, the author was a twelve-year-old resident of Hibbard. She recalls the terrifying day the Teton Dam broke, and its aftermath.
Comment: On Memoir
Burley: Lightning Fast; The Idaho Regatta’s Co-founder Is a Jet Boat Winner by Design, by Dianna Troyer
Humphrey: The Lonely Grave; On a Cattle Drive, Two Young Cowboys Make A Find That Will Haunt Them for Years, by Darrell E. Walker
Boise: Lost Art Found; An Idaho Bobbin Lacemaker Helps to Revive an Old Craft, by Pat McCoy Rohleder
Priest Lake: Dare I Say Bear?; Fear Is Invisible, But It Has Claws, by Gabrielle Saurette
Ross Fork: The Kid and the Gun; A Sheepherder in the 1930s Encounters Backcountry Trouble, By Dean Worbois
Sandpoint: I Love to Fly; Eight Decades Later, Nanny’s Back in a Biplane, By Desiré Aguirre
Idaho Book Review: Hanged, by Kathy Deinhardt Hill, Review by Katherine Lovan
Recipe Contest: Spicy Beef n’ Shrimp, by Jeff Ransom and Doug Combs; Vegetable Salad with Sweet Mustard Dressing, by Cathy Koon
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Burley, Coeur d’Alene, Hayden, Hibbard, Humphrey, Island Park, Pierce, Priest Lake, Richfield, Ross Fork, Sandpoint, Treasure Valley, Troy