2019-04, April 2019 (Culdesac)

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Volume 18 Number 7

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FEATURES

Iron Mountain

By Mike Cothern

Climbing a peak in the Soldier Mountains reminds
the author of fire lookout season long ago.

Racing the Flames

By Mary Dorothy Walker Green

A stirring personal account of surviving the 1910 wildfire is published for the first time here.

Culdesac – Spotlight City

By Larry Abele

He arrived in 2004 with his wife, who had roots here, and soon he became a chronicler of the town’s life.

 

DEPARTMENTS

Comments: Our Side of the Tetons

2019 Fiction Contest: Announcing the Winners

Orofino: The Clean-Up Crew, by Joseph Zahnle

New Plymouth: Cowgirl Style, by Jessi Roberts

Hammett: Lost to the World, by Diana Hooley

Seneacquoteen: A Crossing-Over Place, by Mike Turnlund

Idaho National Laboratory: An Energy of Waste, by Jason Hansen

Boise: For the Love of the Small, by Sue Buchel

Idaho At Large: Principally Uncertain, by Steve Carr

Recipes: Bruneau Spinach and Cheese Roll Ups; Crouch Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

Calendar of Events: Fiddlers of Idaho State Championship, Hailey

 

IN THIS ISSUE!

Boise, Caldwell, Challis, Culdesac, Hailey, Hammett, Idaho National Laboratory, Lewiston, Nampa, New Plymouth, Orofino, Pocatello, Seneacquoteen, Soldier Mountains, Wallace

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