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2011-10, October 2011 (Teton City)

2011-10, October 2011 (Teton City)


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Volume 11 Number 1

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    The Sage of Wickahoney
    by Shirley Moon

    After a half-century away from Idaho, a native returns and rediscovers her family roots in an Owyhee Desert homestead built by an ancestor whose portrait hangs in the state capitol.

    Teton City—Spotlight City
    by Alanah Muir

    The author’s family moved around when she was little, but they came back to an Idaho town that always meant home. Here, she tells why.

    The Refuge
    by Daniel Claar

    Watching wildlife around the Division of Veterans Services complex in Boise provides a calming perspective for workers and vets.


    Letters: Soda Springs; Filer

    Grangeville: Larger Than Life; Growing up in Grangeville Gave Ward Hooper the Stuff of His Romantic Art, by Lorie Palmer

    Arco: Atomic Days; A Stricken Town Still Knows How to Party, by Stephen Henderson

    Idaho Falls: A Soldier’s Story; His Idaho Life Before and After World War II, by Amy Carr

    Rexburg: Romance Returns to Rexburg; A Returnee, Friends, and Donors Restore a Historic Beauty, by RonaLee Flansburg

    Hayden: A Storm of Confetti; Remembering the Late Vern Moore, Idaho’s First TV Anchorman, by Art Gregory and Larry Taylor

    Riggins: First Date; Ask Her, and Then Learn to Dance, by Billy Jim Wilson

    Soda Springs: Ten Mile’s Gem; When They Talk about Skills, They Must Mean Eva Sorensen, by Wanda Sorensen

    Idaho at Large: The Journey, by Steve Carr

    Recipe Contest: Elk Sausage with Bleu Cheese, Caramelized Apples and Onions; Pumpkin Soup, both recipes courtesy of the Idaho Department of Agriculture, www.idahopreferred.com

    Arco, Boise, Emmett, Grangeville, Hayden, Idaho Falls, Moscow, Nampa, Owyhee County, Pocatello, Rexburg, Riggins, Soda Springs, Teton