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I Felt Light

Posted on by Brian Hubble / Comments Off on I Felt Light

On My First Trip to Idaho Story and Art by Brian Hubble I’m from the East Coast, and had my first opportunity to visit Idaho last June while living for a short time in Seattle. Friends from Sweden
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Barbecue Chicken/Lemon Raspberry Cookies

Posted on by Amy Story Larson / Comments Off on Barbecue Chicken/Lemon Raspberry Cookies

By Amy Story Larson McCammon White Mountain Barbecue Chicken INGREDIENTS 1 tsp. minced garlic 1 tsp. powdered garlic 1 Tbsp. Creole or regular yellow mustard 1 tsp. horseradish, prepared 1 c. mayonnaise 1/2 tsp. coarsely ground black pepper
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June 2018 Map

Posted on by Ann Hottinger / Comments Off on June 2018 Map

  IN THIS ISSUE! Boise, Caldwell, Coeur d’Alene National Forest, Dalton Gardens, Garden City, Homedale, Kootenai River, Kuna, Nampa, Malad, Mountain Home, Plummer, St. Anthony, Snake River Plain, Wallace, White Bird This content is available for purchase. Please
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History Champs

Posted on by The Editors / Comments Off on History Champs

Idaho winners of the National History Day competition were announced recently. Among award-winning students in three divisions from grades four through twelve were three recipients of the IDAHO Magazine Prize in the Special Prizes category (front row, from
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June 2018 Calendar

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on June 2018 Calendar

By Les Tanner Cancellations or changes due to weather, illness of performers, and other such things, although rare, are bound to occur. Double-checking with the event coordinators about locations, dates and times is always a good idea. 1
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Pi and I

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Pi and I

One Slow Winter By Les Tanner A Boise television station’s evening newscast last March contained a short piece about the efforts of the Mathematics Club at The College of Idaho to set a record for possible entry into
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In Cold Storage

Posted on by Lael Suzann Henrikson / Comments Off on In Cold Storage

Lava Tubes As Ancient Refrigerators By Lael Suzann Henrikson Photos courtesy of Lael Suzann Henrikson The first time I swallowed my claustrophobia and climbed into Bobcat Cave, I was still in graduate school. The year was 1987, and
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What Gives with June?

Posted on by Steve Carr / Comments Off on What Gives with June?

She Lacks Appreciation By Steve Carr If you were to consider the year in terms of distinct parts, like twelve unique co-workers, how would you feel about June? July, for example, is often the center of attention, the
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The Bait That Got Away

Posted on by Carol Gee / Comments Off on The Bait That Got Away

With a Little Help By Carol Gee All the women’s magazines I read back when my husband Ronnie and I were first dating claimed that the way to a man’s heart was not through his stomach, as those
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