In the Long Run
by Anne Audain
A champion runner tells how she joined forces with Idahoans to create what has become the nation’s largest women’s run.
by Annette Lewis
Even from her current vantage point of relaxed Salmon, a young woman who came of age in nearby Baker still goes there for the tranquility, and the memories.
The Scent of Tarweed
by Elizabeth Sloan
An artist chronicles in “bookart” her years as a new arrival to Idaho, which for her were marked by a mysterious, delightful scent.
Comment: Big Fly-In for Dr. Bird; Letters
Driggs: The Allure of Letterpress, by Jenica Sparks
Silver City: Two Lenses; She Made the Images, He Loved the View, by Jacqueline Toy
Hagerman: Mr. Fix It; The Salvage Guy Who Built a City Pipeline, by Bill Strange
Coeur d’Alene: Mission Accomplished; Flying Back to Childhood in Northern Idaho, by Mike Kincaid
Stibnite: When Tungsten Reigned; A Short-Term Hometown Deep in the Forest, by Laurence Romey
Salmon River Mountains: In Quest of the King; Forest Cuisine to Die For, by Dan Claar
Meridian: The Passion’s the Thing; Building Sheep Wagon Replicas Is about Working Alone Together, By R. Angela Zecca
Idaho at Large: Different but Equal, by Steve Carr
Recipe Contest: Idaho Potato and Smoked Trout Cakes; Strawberry Muffins, both recipes courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com
IN THIS ISSUE!
Baker, Boise, Caldwell, Coeur d’Alene, Driggs, Hagerman, Kamiah, Meridian, Moscow, New Meadows, Salmon River Mountains, Silver City, Stibnite