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.
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.