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Cat Burglar

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In the Dead of Night By Janice Pollard Photos courtesy of Janice Pollard Winter days in the Wood River Valley are dazzling, crisp, and sunshiny, with nights that can become freezing cold, although when the moon shines brightly,
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Pally

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An Unusually Fine Feathered Friend By Bryan Hancock Near 1st Street in Idaho Falls, an offshoot canal from the Idaho Canal runs along the south edge of Falls Valley and continues onto Hidden Village, and then to Sand
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Travels with Albie

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An Idaho Idyll Story and Photos by Peter Zheutlin The first and only time I had previously been in Idaho was nearly a half century ago. Coincidentally, I had then traversed the state across its narrow panhandle, as
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Jimmy and Me

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Man’s Other Best Friend Story and Photos by Les Tanner This story is offered free in its entirety for the first part of May. This is about a cat. Just an ordinary cat. He hasn’t performed any heroic
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Rescue from the Meat Farm

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Flying Dogs to Safety By Peter Rork Photos by Rene Kaiser Riley The call came from Dee Dee Bowring, Shelter Manager for Idaho Humane Society (IHS) in Boise. Humane Society International (HSI) was on the ground in Korea,
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Half-Coyote

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But Worth the Trouble By Toinette Dickey In the spring of 1983, on a promising day for crops to come, my husband Alton Browne disked the field just west of the house beyond the irrigation ditch at our
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