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Doctor, Doctor

Posted on by F.A. Loomis / Comments Off on Doctor, Doctor

Homage to a Medical Couple By F.A. Loomis A dog-eared supply of magazines (Good Housekeeping, Boy’s Life, Saturday Evening Post, Readers’ Digest) decorated a glass coffee table and bookshelves, a gurgling aquarium featured angelfish and goldfish, checkerboard linoleum
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Snorkeling for Salmon

Posted on by Kris Millgate / Comments Off on Snorkeling for Salmon

Wet-Run Research Story and Photos by Kris Millgate I’m looking at a lot of black. Black bark on the banks. Black bodies in the water. The bodies belong to snorkelers wearing dark wetsuits. They’re crawling facedown in a
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August 2016 Calendar

Posted on by Ruby Tanner / Comments Off on August 2016 Calendar

By Ruby Tanner Family-oriented and “affordable” Idaho events get a free listing in our calendar. Here’s how to submit: Deadline: The first of each month. Lead time:  Two issues. Next deadline:  September 1 for the November issue. Send
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August 2016 Map

Posted on by Ann Hottinger / Comments Off on August 2016 Map

IN THIS ISSUE! Cascade, Clearwater River, Cottonwood, Dear, Donnelly, Emmett, Gibbonsville, Hagerman, Moscow, Nampa, Pierce, Pocatello, Potlatch, Salmon, Stanley This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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On Grand Mogul

Posted on by Elijah Weber / Comments Off on On Grand Mogul

Mountain-Climbing with the Master By Elijah Weber As we ascended the mountain, we swung our ice axes into the snow and listened for sharp reports, hoping to get solid purchase in the ice hidden beneath. Reassuring thumps radiated
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A Campfire Yarn

Posted on by Garth Profitt / Comments Off on A Campfire Yarn

Fine Fisherman, Better Storyteller By Garth Profitt On a March day in the 1950s, Rich Hines heard Billy Rosencrantz’s around-the-corner whistle and said, “Here comes Rosie.” The Hines brothers lived on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Fifth
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Gibbonsville–Spotlight

Posted on by Melinda Stiles / Comments Off on Gibbonsville–Spotlight

Still Standing after All These Years By Melinda Stiles Winter came early there and lingered late, increasing the sense of isolation. But friendship became more all-inclusive and intimate. — J.H. Holst, teacher at Gibbonsville School, 1902-1905, from Follow
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Half-Coyote

Posted on by Toinette Dickey / Comments Off on Half-Coyote

But Worth the Trouble By Toinette Dickey In the spring of 1983, on a promising day for crops to come, my husband Alton Browne disked the field just west of the house beyond the irrigation ditch at our
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