By Jessica Butterfield
How does a modern youngster get to know Idaho? Well, one way is by visiting everywhere with his mom to make informative videos as “Idaho William.”
Featherville – Spotlight City
By Amy Larson
After two straight summers of fierce wildfires, this Boise National Forest community welcomes a visitor with the warmth of people who have learned how to depend on each other.
Boot Camp by the Lake
By Jana Kemp
In coaxing the story from her uncle of his time during World War II at Farragut Naval Training Station on Lake Pend Oreille, the author also uncovered a trove of historical images.
Comments: Stanley in Winter
Salmon National Forest: Disaster at Birch Creek, by Terry Armstrong with Cheryl Reed-Dudley
Map Rock: The River in Stone, by C.W. Reed
Eden: The First, Worst Winter, by Erma Jean Loveland
Statewide: Tricks of the Trade, by Les Tanner
Anderson Ranch Reservoir: In Praise of a Place, by Shirley Metts
Dubois: Get up for Grouse, by Kris Millgate
Idaho at Large: Got Books?, by Steve Carr
Recipes: Minestrone; Turkey and Black Bean Chili
Calendar of Events: 2014 IDAHO magazine Fiction Contest Celebration and Awards, Boise
IN THIS ISSUE!
Anderson Ranch Reservoir, Boise, Dubois, Eden, Farragut State Park, Featherville, Filer, Map Rock, Meridian, Pocatello, Salmon National Forest, Stanley, White Bird