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2002-10, October 2002 (St. Maries)

2002-10, October 2002 (St. Maries)


Volume 2, Number 1

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    CBA: Let’s Get Ready to Rumble! CBA Games Thrill Idaho Audiences
    by Kitty Fleischman

    Thanks to Bill Ilett’s and Gary Hunter’s love of the game, the now Idaho-based Continental Basketball Association came roaring back to life, proving you can’t keep a good thing down!

    St. Maries–Spotlight
    by IM Staff

    Neither booms nor busts have much of an effect on the closely-knit community of St. Maries. High up in the mountains on the St. Joe River, this velvety green patch on the quilt of Idaho features a fascinating past, and predicts a stable future.

    Welcoming Sue

    by Helen L. McMullin

    The Bonneville Museum is preparing itself for the biggest exhibit in its history—literally. The exhibit, a full-sized Tyrannosaurus rex named Sue is set to arrive at the museum early next year. Read how this “little museum that could” went from small potatoes to dinosaur sized!


    Profile: A Young Sandpoint Celebrity—Jason Moody

    by Billie Jean Plaster

    Out of this World: The Near Miss
    by Volney Fleischman, P.E.

    Heritage Trust: Custer Ice House & New Meadows Depot
    by IM Staff & Susan McCarty

    One Spud Short: Size Doesn’t Matter

    by Annie Harper

    Idaho Artist: The Artist’s Vision

    by Kevin McCain

    Smalltown Flavor: St. Maries’ Murals: Art, Education, and Preservation in One
    by Bonnie Olson

    Northern Exposure: The Sunshine Mine Fire: A Story of Two Men and a Lot of Luck

    by Katherine Sather

    Animal Kingdom: Critter Country: The Animal Neighbors We Love to Hate (but Secretly Love)
    by Marylyn Cork

    Lewis & Clark: Camp Peck and the Pipe Tomahawks

    by Nancy C. Butler

    Free Range Verse: The Butte
    by Fay Briscoe


    Boise, Custer, Dover, Horseshoe Bend, Idaho Falls, Kellogg, Kuna, Meridian, Nampa, New Meadows, Peck, Priest River, Riggins, St. Maries, Sandpoin, Twin Falls

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    Weight0.17 oz