Awed by Rocks
by Fran Milsop
Three Idaho master gem carvers talk about why and how they do it.
by Connie Otteson
Ancestors of the author’s husband have a long history in this once-thriving town, which succumbed to poor harvests and low prices.
A Fighter Tamed
by Alice Dunn
A tough young man named Ben Henderson came West, helped to settle the Arimo area as a rancher, became a state senator, and earned the admiration of the author, his granddaughter.
Comment: Young Scribes
Filer: Pie-Tin Art; An Idaho Artist Invents a New Genre,
by T. Khteian-Keeton
Boise: A Volunteer; Teaching? Not for Love or Money,
by Pat McCoy Rohleder
Rathdrum: Leaving It Out There; A Multi-Sport Athlete Takes on the Radiant Lake Triathlon, by Gregory Johnston
Clarkia: The Mountains Heal; Getting Back to the Here-and-Now,
by Ben Walters
Florence: Dynamite! Put That in Your Little Red Wagon, by Billy Jim Wilson
Corral: The Camas Project; Long Live the Party on the Prairie,
by Kevin Swan
Idaho Books: Alan Heathcock’s Volt, reviewed by Kate Lovan
Idaho at Large: The Dilemma of Choice, by Steve Carr
Recipe Contest: Idaho Breakfast Frittata; Fresh Minted Garbanzo Salad, both recipes courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com; Pecan Pie, by Dorie Helms Conrad, courtesy of Linda Helms
IN THIS ISSUE!
Almo, Arimo, Boise, Clarkia, Corral, Filer, Florence, Idaho Falls, Kamiah, Kuna, Lowell, Ozone, Rathdrum, St. Anthony, Salmon, Wallace, Weippe