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Hard Things

Posted on by Trisha Taylor / Comments Off on Hard Things

And Strength of Mind By Trisha Taylor Photos courtesy of Trisha Taylor When I was around ten years old, I wanted to go see Terri Clark in concert at the Twin Falls County Fair, but I got pneumonia
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Selecting In

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The Key to a 30K Trail Run By Kimberly Shepard Sometimes you don’t know how you feel about an experience until it’s over. Take a novel, for example: the beginning may have you rolling your eyes and questioning
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Downey—Spotlight

Posted on by Jay G. Burrup / Comments Off on Downey—Spotlight

Where Heaven and Earth Meet By Jay G. Burrup I remember Downey’s small but impressive Marsh Valley Hospital of orange brick. It was built on North Main Street in the late 1940s by energetic civic leaders, including my
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Codgers in Our Midst

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Boondocks Royalty Story and Photos by J. David Erickson ____________________________________ Nelson Blewett Tenmile Creek, Nez Perce National Forest. Nearing midnight, six of us hovered around our smoky base camp fire. Our ten-day elk hunt was essentially over. Tomorrow
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Learned Behaviors

Posted on by Les Tanner / Comments Off on Learned Behaviors

A Small-College Professor Remembers His Students By Les Tanner Photos Courtesy of The College of Idaho Some years ago, I asked the students in my trigonometry class to help decide what to do about an application for admission.
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A Splendid Showing

Posted on by Justin Vipperman / Comments Off on A Splendid Showing

Idaho’s First Black Lawyer By Justin Vipperman When I grew up in rural Idaho, I had few opportunities to interact with African Americans on a day-to-day basis. Moving to Tennessee in 1999 provided me with ample opportunities to
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November 2020 Map

Posted on by Ann Hottinger / Comments Off on November 2020 Map

THIS ISSUE! Caldwell, Downey, Gospel-Hump Wilderness, Jerome, Kellogg, Selkirk Wilderness, Twin Falls, Wood River Valley This content is available for purchase. Please select from available options. Register & Purchase  Purchase Only

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Where Is This High Point?

Posted on by Alice Schenk / Comments Off on Where Is This High Point?

Navigating South Selkirk Crest Story and Photos by Alice Schenk In “Highpointing the Forty-Four,” (IDAHO magazine, March 2020), Alice Schenk described several climbs in a continuing effort to reach the tallest peak in each of Idaho’s forty-four counties.
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