East Meets West
by Mahlon Kriebel
On a fly fishing expedition to remote reaches of the Clearwater National Forest, two men from the Palouse and two easterners debate, well, just about everything under the sun.
Clark Fork – Spotlight City
by Jennifer A. Stamper
Born and bred in Blackfoot, the author moves north, where she discovers the fundamentals of community are family and gritty determination.
The Camp on Big Creek
by Loren “Pad” Arment
A manuscript passed down by the late author to Payette family members, published here for the first time, is a colorful tale of central Idaho wilderness adventure in 1935.
Comment: A Fair Approximation
Southeastern Idaho: Shooting Solo; Alone, with Camera, in Southeastern Idaho, by Linda Lantzy
Blackfoot: An Ecumenical Feed; Breaking Bread with 25,000, by Geraldine Mathias
Kuna: Thou Shalt Not Drive; Especially at Thirteen, Backwards, on a Steep Hill, with No Brakes, by Joe Aman
Victor: Mom Bags a Moose; “Stay-at-Home” and “Hunter” Are Not Mutually Exclusive, by Amanda Lloyd Ellis
Boise: My Worst Moment; OK, It Was Embarrassing, but Good Grief, by Mary Anne Paulin Macnab
Preston: At Drug Court; A Chance for Change, by Cecelie Costley
Idaho at Large: Pizza All Around, by Steve Carr
Recipes: Best Blueberry Cobbler, courtesy of Idaho Preferred; Pork Shoulder with Grain Pilaf and Stone Fruit Relish, courtesy of Idaho Preferred
Calendar of Events: Air Magic Valley, Twin Falls
IN THIS ISSUE!
Big Creek, Blackfoot, Boise, Clark Fork, Clearwater National Forest, Genessee, Idaho City, Kuna, Preston, Riggins, Stanley, Twin Falls, Victor, Winchester