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Bleeding Out

Posted on by Ron McFarland / Comments Off on Bleeding Out

Not Dead Yet but Just Wait By Ron McFarland Pretty much everyone draws blood when attaching snow chains, right? I certainly always did so when I undertook such a complex and dangerous challenge. Fortunately, I’ve moved on to
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Beware of Dog

Posted on by Chuck Trunks / Comments Off on Beware of Dog

Especially in an Elevator By Chuck Trunks Dog-lovers, be forewarned: in this excerpt from a new book, Must Love Dogs, the author describes an encounter that helps to explain why he’s anxious and fearful in the presence of
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Finding Medbury

Posted on by Ray Brooks / Comments Off on Finding Medbury

Almost Six Decades Later Story and Photos by Ray Brooks This past spring I completed a long-interrupted fifty-nine-year search. My quest to find the ghost town of Medbury had been revived the previous winter, when I drove northwest
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The Settling Pond

Posted on by Wayne Fuller / Comments Off on The Settling Pond

Disaster Barely Avoided By Wayne Fuller When I was a young child, I wandered away from home frequently. I was the eighth of nine children, and my mother often delegated one of my six older sisters to try
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What the River Does

Posted on by Amy Story / Comments Off on What the River Does

It’s a Game-Changer By Amy Story I never would’ve thought the guy I jokingly called Wild River Bill would actually one day take me on the river, but he sure did, as promised.  In Hells Canyon.  “It’s a
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Hedge Fun

Posted on by Steve Carr / Comments Off on Hedge Fun

A Youthful Investment By Steve Carr The evergreen hedge, ten feet tall, stretched the length of the estate. A landmark in its own right and already decades old in 1970, it provided privacy and, I suspect, a sense
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Moonshiner [read this free]

Posted on by Rob Moore / Comments Off on Moonshiner [read this free]

Everybody Was Doin’ It By Rob Moore In the mid-1970s, the Latah County Historical Society coordinated the creation of recorded interviews with more than two hundred northern Idahoans, a collection of nearly six hundred hours of oral history
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