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.
By Betty Derig
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.
By Dean Worbois
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.
By Jerry Eichhorst
Southern IdahoBy Jon Mills
Hells CanyonBy Grove Koger
Redfish LakeBy Michael Stubbs
Snake River PlainBy Kris Millgate
Sawtooth MountainsBy Rachel Gattuso
CaldwellBy Les Tanner
Soda SpringsBy Joe Davis
Idaho at LargeBy Steve Carr