When Spring Comes to Yellow Pine
by Sue Neider
It arrives late and emerges slowly, which is part of spring’s charm in the high country, as the lyrical text and photos of a Yellow Pine couple demonstrate.
Drummond – Spotlight City
by Helen McMullin
This little town along the railroad tracks didn’t thrive and didn’t die, but perhaps one day will rust away, suggests a fond observer who was raised in Drummond.
The Car Wreck
by Shirley Metts
Things weren’t exactly going great even before her car hit the buried culvert, and writing about the crash became part of the author’s therapy.
2012 Fiction Contest Winners: The complete list.
Boise: Southward Bound, by Dale Toweill
Priest Lake: Bad Belle, by Nancy Covert
Atlanta: Saved by Atlanta, by Kenna McClurkin
Craters of the Moon: Safe Passage, by Lennie Ramacher
Teton River: Fishing the Teton, by Darrell E. Walker
Snake River Canyon: Man and Machine, by Mike Cothern
Idaho Books: Steeped in Idaho, by Jon Frank
Idaho at Large: That’s a Laugh, by Steve Carr
Recipe Contest: Red Wine Pot Roast with Honey and Thyme, courtesy of Idaho Preferred; Baked Apples, courtesy of Idaho Preferred
Calendar of Events: World Jet Boat Marathon, North Idaho
IN THIS ISSUE!
Atlanta, Boise, Craters of the Moon, Drummond, Idaho Falls, Kimberly, Moscow, Pocatello, Priest Lake, Snake River Canyon, Teton River, Yellow Pine