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Springtime

Posted on by Karlene Bayok Edwards / Comments Off on Springtime

On a High Muddy Road By Karlene Bayok Edwards In Long Valley, springtime is a patchwork of snowbanks, abandoned and crusty, curling under to reveal last summer’s dried grasses. Pussy willows in their silvered furs venture out, and
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Smooth As Gravel

Posted on by Aaron Theisen / Comments Off on Smooth As Gravel

Counter-Revolution in Valley County Story and Photos by Aaron Theisen A dirty secret about us outdoors writers, especially in the spread-out West, is we spend a lot of time staring out the window. I drive some twenty thousand
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Ditch Rider

Posted on by F.A. Loomis / Comments Off on Ditch Rider

The Ground Squirrel’s Scourge Story and Photos by F.A. Loomis I recall my grandfather, a founder of a farm cooperative in Valley County called the Gold Fork Irrigation Company and a ditch rider in the 1920s, telling me
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