The Sacajawea Center
by Mike Broadwater
Her homeland is found in what is now called Lemhi County. A dollar coin has been minted with her image engraved on it. The town of Salmon has prepared a center to celebrate her contributions to that epic journey and the Shoshone traditional way of life. Her name is Sacajawea.
by Margo Aragon
Some people notice the river, some people the canyon. From the Corps of Discovery, to the gold rush days of the mid-1800s, all the way to the outstanding recreational opportunities of today, Lewiston has always been one of Idaho’s most important crossing points.
A New Stage for Idaho
by Arlen Oneida
Since 1997, the New Heritage Theatre Company has been making a difference in the lives of children, adults and everyone in-between. See the magic that is created when a few dedicated people go out of their way to add a little drama to life.
Clean Plate Club: The Breakfast Club: A Great Meal, No Membership Required
by Michelle Anderson
Featured Foliage: The Trees of Lewiston: Community Volunteers Making a Difference and Keeping it Cool
by Sue Izard
Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: Gatherin’ Bottles Part I
by Will Edwinson
Who We Are: Winter Spirit
by Winter Spirit, Inc. staff
Book Review: Dog Gone West
Reviewed by Kitty Fleischman
Free Range Verse: Busted Mutton Buster
by Bruce “Looselip” Pinson
Front Porch Tales: Nimrods
by Lynn Farley
Fiction Contest: The Whipping, Second Place Adult Division
by Larry Gwartney
Fun & Games: Lewiston’s World Series: NAIA Baseball
by Bert H. Sahlberg
Historical Snapshot: A Lewiston Landmark: The Luna House
by Arthur Hart
One Spud Short: Surfing With Snakes
by William Studebaker
Idaho Hall of Fame: Pete Cenarrusa
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Carey, Grace, Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, Lewiston, Moscow, Salmon, Twin Falls