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Divinity

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Recipe courtesy of Linda Helms INGREDIENTS Two cups granulated sugar One-half cup light corn syrup One-half cup water One-eighth teaspoon salt Two egg whites One teaspoon real vanilla extract One teaspoon powdered sugar PREPARATION > In saucepan mix
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Corn Bread and Bacon-Stuffed Acorn Squash

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Recipe courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture idahopreferred.com Stuffing Ingredients Corn Bread 6 slices bread 6 slices bacon 1 cup chopped celery with leaves 1 onion, chopped 2 beaten eggs 2 tablespoons snipped parsley 1 teaspoon poultry
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Gunderson’s Hypothesis

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Were Hemingway’s Spanish Scenes Drawn From Central Idaho Landscapes? By Will Peterson This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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Sharing Idaho

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The Give and Take of Visitation By Melinda Stiles This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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How to Dream a Life

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Hagerman’s Premier Volunteer on the Joys of a “Servant’s Heart” By Kelly Kast This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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Ucon–Spotlight

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Most people about to turn one hundred years old wouldn’t think of planning a mud volleyball contest to celebrate. But for the city of Ucon, mud volleyball just seemed to be the right thing to do. The city, about six-and-a-half miles northeast of Idaho Falls, celebrated a century of existence on April 14, 2011. Preparations for the event began in January, said Terry Hansen, one of the organizers. Continue reading

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Dig It In

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Rafting the Salmon in Very High Water By Bob Beers This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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