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Born and Raised

Posted on by Dennis Patterson / Comments Off on Born and Raised

Black in Idaho By Dennis Patterson Photos Courtesy of Dennis Patterson Idaho Falls native Dennis Patterson has been a lifelong advocate for equal rights and fair treatment, as he describes in his 2020 book, Black Pearl: Living Black
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My Hobo Dad

Posted on by Max Jenkins / Comments Off on My Hobo Dad

Hopping a Freight Train to Idaho By Max Jenkins Photos Courtesy of Max Jenkins My dad, Wes Jenkins, loved farming. But to find his first paying job, he had to live through the Midwest Dust Bowl, overcome the
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Letters to the Editor

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Moscow Memory Dear Editor: I just read Alice Schenk’s story “The Twelve Daze” in the December 2020 issue of IDAHO magazine and it took me back seventeen years, to the Christmas after my husband died when we lived
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In the Smokies

Posted on by Mike Cothern / Comments Off on In the Smokies

Go Your Own Way Story and Photos by Mike Cothern Which way to go? The dilemma often confronts me while traipsing solo through Idaho’s high country. There’s just too much to see, to visit, to be tempted by.
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Strong Women

Posted on by Marylyn Cork / Comments Off on Strong Women

Then and Now By Marylyn Cork Thumbing through a new calendar recently, looking at the pictures, I happened to notice that March is Women’s History Month. It gave me a topic for this column—it’s not easy to find
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Bell Mountain Calling

Posted on by Tom Lopez / Comments Off on Bell Mountain Calling

A Forty-Year Intrigue By Tom Lopez Time is relative; its only worth depends upon what we do as it is passing. —Albert Einstein  Mountain climbing, like life, is more about the journey than reaching the summit. My journey with Bell
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