Issue: 2014-10, October 2014 (Craigmont)
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When a Russian boy comes to Clark Fork, the host family sees the world anew through his exuberant gaze.
A lifelong resident and local historian recounts the odd tale of how Craigmont was born from the mock marriage of two other towns.
A children's fishing pond near Island Park is on the land of a former family-owned sawmill, whose history the author traces through six generations of in-laws.