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Field of Gold

Posted on by Lorie Palmer / Comments Off on Field of Gold

A Risk-Taker’s Crop By Lorie Palmer After Brent Uhlorn’s mom, Mary, told me where the golden field was located, I took a drive last August from Grangeville to see for myself. It was just as beautiful as she
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Buttermilk Biscuits/Monster Cookies

Posted on by Amy Story Larson / Comments Off on Buttermilk Biscuits/Monster Cookies

By Amy Story Larson Our recipes this month come from Bobbette (Bobbi) Williams, a Blackfoot native whose mother, Sally Williams, delayed a cosmetology career to work hard in local potato processing plants. Sally recalls being elbows-deep in bread
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December 2019 Calendar

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on December 2019 Calendar

By Les Tanner In spite of our efforts to ascertain that events listed in our calendar are described accurately, cancellations or changes due to weather, illness of performers, and other such things, although rare, are bound to occur.
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What the Floods Wrought

Posted on by Max Jenkins / Comments Off on What the Floods Wrought

Tracing the Origins of Contemporary Idaho Story and Photos by Max Jenkins For a long time, I didn’t understand why the terrain varied so widely throughout much of Idaho. This mystery arose in my boyhood, after our family
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Land-Savers

Posted on by Mike Turnlund / Comments Off on Land-Savers

Connecting Children to Nature By Mike Turnlund When I began my first year teaching at a small rural high school in Idaho’s scenic panhandle—surrounded by forests and water and mountains—it was a shock to realize that many of
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Tuba Christmas

Posted on by Ray James / Comments Off on Tuba Christmas

Where the Big Horns Draw Crowds By Ray James Photos Courtesy of Ray James In Nampa, we used to hold Tuba Christmas at the Karcher Mall, where people would listen to the live concert as they wandered around
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