Michael K. Edwards grew up on farmland in the Magic Valley. He earned a degree in biology from Idaho State University and did research on potato variety development in Aberdeen before moving to a position in factory automation with Lamb-Weston. In 1992, Michael’s wife, three children, and he moved to Kennewick, Washington. In 2010, he and his wife retired and moved to Meridian, where they currently reside.
It’s Easy, Right? By Michael K. Edwards It can be chilly around the middle of October in southern Idaho’s Magic Valley. At six in the morning, before the sun has come over the horizon, it can be downright cold. In … Continue reading →
And Willing to Admit It By Michael K. Edwards When I was in grade school in Hansen, growing up in Idaho was never a big deal for the obvious reason that just about all of my fellow students were more … Continue reading →