“The purpose of both newspapers has always been to provide interesting and entertaining information for an active, 50-plus-aged audience,”
Growing up in rural Minnesota, his family sang regularly and invited relatives, friends, and neighbors to join them.
Experience with animals, horses in particular, and much hard work started him on his path; becoming Idaho’s oldest licensed outfitter.
“I’d do a marathon every couple of months. I set a goal to do 50 and ended up doing two additional ones.”
By Dianna Troyer The spirit of Christmas giving never quits at Ray and Cheri Archibald’s home in Oakley. As directors of the non-profit Project
Aviation racing, camping, and volunteering—pilot Sherry Kandle does them all! Photo and Article By Natalie Bartley In June, Boisean Sherry Kandle completed her third
A ukulele plucked from a toy box turned out to be priceless for Loretta Hansen.