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2004-02, February 2004 (Coeur d’Alene)

2004-02, February 2004 (Coeur d’Alene)


Volume 3, Number 5

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    Is the Era of Wind Power Coming to Idaho?

    by Gerald Fleischman

    What’s Idaho’s greatest untapped power resource? Engineers can debate that question into the wee hours, but to Gerald Fleischman, the answer is blowing in the wind—literally. Is wind power an important next step in Idaho’s power future, or are we just tilting at windmills?

    Coeur d’Alene–Spotlight
    by Michael Kincaid

    Learn about the Idaho city that beckons to travelers throughout the country and the world. It’s no surprise that Coeur d’Alene gets the attention it does when you consider it boasts some of the finest fishing, skiing, and boating opportunities anywhere.


    by Arthur Hart

    From Nineteenth Century miners to Twenty-first Century recreationists, Idahoans have long been plagued by one of winter’s most devastating forces: the avalanche. Arthur Hart details some of the many avalanche tragedies that have occurred within our borders.


    Buddy…His Trials and Treasures: The Tin Lizzie
    by Will Edwinson

    Top of the World: Half a Century Flying Seaplanes on Lake Coeur d’Alene
    by Michael Kincaid

    Front Porch Tales: The Chest
    by Barbara Michener

    Who We Are: Wedding Rings and Hot Springs
    by Daniel Rutledge

    Historical Snapshot: The Electric Dock
    by Arthur Hart

    Free Range Verse: Snowville
    by Wayne Nelson

    Art Attack: “Guardians of the Lake” Provided by The Ordinance For the Arts
    by Victoria Bruno

    The Learning Curve: Traditional Education With a 21st Century Twist
    by Nancy C. Butler

    One Spud Short: The Pebble Creek Rattlesnake
    by Shirley Lund

    Fish Tales: The Lure of Ice Fishing

    by Mary Syrett

    Around the Bend: Roseberry General Store
    by Betty Derig


    Boise, Burke, Coeur d’Alene, Grace, Lowman, Mace, Roseberry