No More Metes and BoundsAfter years of bypassing Initial Point near Kuna, the author finally took the turnoff, which led him not only to the point from which all Idaho land is surveyed, but to history going way back.
By Dean Worbois
The Austrian SettlementIn 1914, eight immigrant families were lured by promises of fertile, irrigated land to what proved to be a wilderness of sagebrush near Homedale. A century later, a descendant narrates the scam.
By Rachel Holt
Pingree–SpotlightDuring a nostalgic return to this Snake River Plain hometown of her grandparents and parents, the author confronts the effects of time and change, and gets a glimpse of the future.
By Angie Blake
A Few Hands of TroubleBy Paige Nelson
Harold’s VoyageBy Faye Higbee
At the MuseumBy Dianna Miller
Sorting SpawnersBy Kris Millgate
Mom’s PoemBy Janene Bromley Piecuch
Idaho at Large
Thoroughly Lost in the MomentBy Steve Carr