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2016-01, January 2016 (Omill)

2016-01, January 2016 (Omill)


Volume 15 Number 4

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    Fire, Fire, Everywhere

    By Khaliela Wright

    Working on the national census last summer, the author repeatedly found herself in the midst of wildfires all around the state.

    Omill – Spotlight City

    By William T. Norton and Richard C. Norton

    Two brothers reflect on growing up in a remote sawmilling community that has since returned to forest

    Guys Who Guide

    By Mike McKenna

    Many fishing and whitewater guides on the famed Middle Fork of the Salmon River are young. Meet the veterans.


    Comments: Mustangs in the Basin

    Meridian and Sandpoint: Potential Unbound, by Megan Egbert and Morgan Gariepy

    Boise: Finding Mr. Frawley, by Nicole Sharp

    Kamiah: Bear Claw, by Dick Snell

    Moscow: A Letter from Ernest, by Ron McFarland

    Chamberlain Basin: Gone Primitive, by Marco Harwood with F.A. Loomis

    Redfish Lake: Sharing Splendor, Photo by Nancy Chocker

    Idaho Books: How Wild is Wild?, by Marylyn Cork

    Idaho at Large: On Your Mark, by Steve Carr

    Recipes: CoraLyn’s Crock Pot Pork Roast; Kicked-Up Cocoa


    Boise, Chamberlain Basin, Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, Kamiah, Meridian, Moscow, Omill, Redfish Lake, Sandpoint