Continuing the old traditions, Harold Wadley often wonders who will take it over when he dies as it’s almost a lost art.
Would we chicken out at Chicken Out Ridge on Mount Borah, Idaho’s tallest peak? With its 1,500-foot drops on either side, we had to find out.
Volunteers receive as much they give at the Rupert’s Magic Valley Humanitarian Center, where 170 volunteers log about 2,500 hours a month
The Appaloosa Lace Guild Preserves the Ancient Craft of bobbin lace, made by braiding and twisting threads into complex patterns.
The work of departed artists Harold Balazs and Rudy and Lela Autio show at the Art Spirit Gallery during the month of August 2019.
By JACK McNEEL — A tribal member from the Flathead Reservation, Stephen Small Salmon works hard to keep his culture and native language alive.
By KATHLEEN MULROY — Is it possible to find delicious, artisan ice cream in Idaho and Montana? Of course; you just have to know where to look.
By AARON PARRETT — Most nuggets of casino wisdom came from folks older than I. A few have gone on to their heavenly reward, which I hope is the ultimate jackpot.
By DIANNA TROYER — Photographing wildflowers offered countless unforgettable moments for 83-year old friends, Sharron Larter Akers and Sharon Phillips Huff.
By DIANNA TROYER — A telepathic pet communicator mentioned my old feline friend out of the blue: “Oh, by the way, Spock wants me to tell you he’s coming back.”