Issue: 2013-08, August 2013 (King Hill)
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Back in the early 1920s, what was then called the Idaho Primitive Area got telephone communication. The descendants of one such worker explore his journal.

Wiring The Backcountry

Back in the early 1920s, what was then called the Idaho Primitive Area got telephone communication. The descendants of one such worker explore his journal.
A place of rocks and steep grades was in need of irrigation if it were to become habitable.  Here's a story of amazing engineering feats to make that happen.

King Hill

A place of rocks and steep grades was in need of irrigation if it were to become habitable. Here's a story of amazing engineering feats to make that happen.
As an accompaniment to this month's Spotlight City feature, a researcher of pioneer diaries provides excerpts from the writings of early travelers in the area.

The King Hill Diaries

As an accompaniment to this month's Spotlight City feature, a researcher of pioneer diaries provides excerpts from the writings of early travelers in the area.
Another Perspective on Idaho Night Life
Perilous Times on the Snake River
Same Old Lake, Brand New View
In (Where Else?) A Cave
Winter Romance in the Empy Sawtooths
The Same Old Stuff Never Gets Old
Confessions of a Reading Addict