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2011-07, July 2011 (Rogerson)

2011-07, July 2011 (Rogerson)


Volume 10 Number 10

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    The Living Lab
    by Marylyn Cork

    A longtime Priest River resident traces the story of an experimental forest that celebrates its centennial this year.

    Rogerson—Spotlight City
    by Loyd Bakewell

    Residents past and present offer the author a cornucopia of stories about this “garden in the desert.”

    Almost American
    by Ed Marohn

    In the 1950s, a little boy arrives in Boise from eastern Europe with his mother and sister, and takes on the challenge of assimilation.


    Comment: Winners and Remembrance, Harmon Killebrew

    Teton Dam: Bouldering; Entranced by a Ten-Foot Rock, by Justin Brunson

    Meridian: Bronco Billy’s Interrogator; Co-starring Clint Eastwood, by Roger Simmons

    Idaho Falls: Deep Roots; The Art of Marilyn Hoff Hansen Derives from Generations on Rainbow Ranch, by Cheryl Cox

    Squirrel: Seeking Squirrel; Tales from Childhood Inspire a Visit to a Long-Lost Town, by Alanah L. Muir

    Frank Church Wilderness: A Girl’s Best Friends; An Outfitter Returns to Wilderness, and to Memories of Lost Loves, by Kaitlin Ens

    Eagle: A Matter of Taste; Fifteen Minutes of Funny Fame for an Idaho Cowboy Poet, by Hannah Smith

    Caldwell: Coincidentally Yours; A Hat Trick of Oddities, by Les Tanner

    Idaho at Large: The Achilles Heel, by Steve Carr

    Recipe Contest: Huckleberry Pan-Baked Idaho Trout with Warm Lentil Salad, by Chef David Knickrehm, Bella Aquila, Eagle; Fresh Apricot Pie,
    both recipes courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com

    Almo, Boise, Caldwell, Castleford, Eagle, Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, Idaho Falls, Island Park, Melba, Meridian, Priest River, Riggins, Rogerson, Squirrel, Teton Dam