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2005-01, January 2005 (Idaho City)

2005-01, January 2005 (Idaho City)


Volume 4 number 4

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    Ride Over Injustice: A Nez Perce Cowboy’s Last Dance at Pendleton 
    by Margo Aragon

    One magical day in 1916, Jackson Sundown and popular demand triumphed at the famous Pendleton (Oregon) Round-Up, bringing poetic-justice–and the first world bronc riding championship to an American Indian. Here’s the story of an Idaho legend’s finest hour.

    Idaho City—Spotlight City
    by Arthur Hart

    Is Idaho City missing a tourism industry motherlode? The historic mining town, just a short day trip on state Highway 21 northeast of Boise, has tourism appeal, but an urban designer says Idaho City could tap into much more of its potential.

    Catching the Snowshoeing Wave
    by Karen Bossick

    In Idaho, many outdoor enthusiasts have joined millions of their counterparts throughout the United States in the growing sport of snowshoeing. See how Idahoans, statewide, are whipping cabin fever.


    One Spud Short: A “Numbskull” Reeled In: Eastern Idaho Fishing Tales, by Shirley Lund

    Front Porch Tales: He Taught Me to Dance, by Lynn Farley

    Hitting the High Points: Highpointing: An Idaho Account; Author culminates five-year pursuit: Becomes the first Idahoan to reach top elevations in all forty-four counties, by Dan Robbins

    Community Coalition: ‘Vacuum Brigade’ Rallied to Open Ashley Inn: New Cascade hotel boasts mountain amenities, by Ellie McKinnon

    Outdoor Winter Adventure: Never Underestimate Darby Canyon: A snowshoeing and skiing adventure in the Targhee National Forest, by Shawna Andreasen

    Moscow Do-It-Yourselfers: Faculty-Built: Brainpower put to practical use during construction of Moscow’s University Heights neighborhood, by Julie R. Monroe

    Equine Dentistry: Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth: Glenns Ferry school teaches pupils how to treat equine dental problems, by Kelley Kast

    Deep Idaho Roots: A Family Store Tradition: Almo general store rich in memories, oldtime aura, by Lisa Dayley

    Who We Are: Ed Pulaski: Inventor, North Idaho Firefighting Hero, by Dave Goins

    Historical Snapshot: The Mail Via Wagon, by Arthur Hart

    Almo, Caldwell, Cascade, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Glenns Ferry, Idaho City, Kellogg, Ketchum, McCall, Moscow, Nez Perce Indian Reservation, Payette, Pomerelle Ski Area, Schweitzer Ski Resort, Soda Springs, Targhee National Forest, Wallace