Have a Good One: For a Transplant from New Delhi, Moscow Was As Confusing As Russia
by Sayantani Dasgupta
A newcomer from New Delhi describes days of wonder as a student and a teacher at the University of Idaho.
by Sharon Fisher
Geography made Kuna’s history, and history has been preserved downtown in the state’s fastest-growing city.
River of No Return: A Release of Ashes, Somewhere Downstream When the Weather Clears
by Nancy Teggeman
A family with a long history of running the Salmon River takes a special trip, to scatter the ashes of their elders.
Comment: What You Know
Arco: Mars Power; At the Idaho National Lab, Steve Johnson Builds the Generators That Run Spacecraft, by Brianna McNall
Coeur d’Alene: The Clock; Ticking Back Through Time, by Lowell Vanskike
Caldwell: Mi Idaho; Generations of Her Family’s Stories Lead an Educator to Inspire Other Idaho Voices, By Katherine Lovan
Sandpoint: Dumpster Diva; One Way to See a Festival for Free: Be a Green Queen, by Desiré Aguirre
Midvale: Tree, I Own You; An Odd Idaho Harvest of the Stubborn Conifer, By Randy King
Weippe: A Contemplative Harvest; Picking Huckleberries Offers Joys Both Tangible and Intangible, by Geraldine Mathias
Idaho Book Review: The Iron Bodkin, by Amy Allgeyer Cook; Alvor, by Laura Bingham, Review by Katherine Lovan
Recipe Contest: Ginger Crumb Cake, by Cathy Koon; Jet’s Alaska Lobster Martini Mashed Potatoes, by Mike Kincaid
IN THIS ISSUE!
Aberdeen, Arco, Buhl, Caldwell, Coeur d’Alene, Harrison, Idaho City, Jerome, Ketchum, Kuna, Lava Hot Springs, Midvale, Moscow, Priest River, Salmon River, Sandpoint, Weippe