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Way Fast on Snow

Posted on by Ray Brooks / Comments Off on Way Fast on Snow

When Skiing Was Shoeing Story and Photos by Ray Brooks In the fall of 1962, my nineteen-year-old brother returned from a deer hunt with a pair of eight-foot-long, weathered and warped, handmade wooden skis he had discovered in
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On Track

Posted on by Judy Felton / Comments Off on On Track

Power-Walking through the Pandemic By Judy Felton Many years ago, a very wise Buhl School Board made the decision to invest in building an athletics track. It soon became known as one of the best in southern Idaho
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Sage Acres

Posted on by Michael Vogt / Comments Off on Sage Acres

A Farmers’ Racetrack By Michael Vogt Photos Courtesy of Michael Vogt About a mile west of Farmway Road on Homedale Road near Huston—a farming community outside Caldwell that once was a center of Canyon County commerce—stood a racetrack
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Selecting In

Posted on by Kimberly Shepard / Comments Off on Selecting In

The Key to a 30K Trail Run By Kimberly Shepard Sometimes you don’t know how you feel about an experience until it’s over. Take a novel, for example: the beginning may have you rolling your eyes and questioning
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The Rival

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Good at Everything Story and photos by Max Jenkins “They’re a fantastic dance team,” people kept saying. I wasn’t the jealous type, but it was hard not to be a little worried. This was in the 1950s at
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Shaken and Stirred

Posted on by Bob Abrams / Comments Off on Shaken and Stirred

Motocross As Character-Builder Story and photos by Bob Abrams During round one of the Owyhee Motorcycle Club (OMC) summer motocross series in Garden City last June, I was in the right place at the right time. I was
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Mind vs. Matter

Posted on by Lance Pounds / Comments Off on Mind vs. Matter

Challenged Athletes in the Wild By Lance Pounds Photos Courtesy of Challenged Athletes Idaho Foundation After I moved back to Idaho from Portland to start my own solo legal practice in 2018, I played tour guide for my
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The Idaho Regatta

Posted on by Scott Kunau / Comments Off on The Idaho Regatta

Lured Back by the Roar Story and Photos by Scott Kunau “You!” Ron “Mad Dog” Bolton barked at me during the Idaho Regatta’s Friday night test-and-tune in 1981. “Borrow that helmet and that racing life jacket, and come
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