In her 2014 award-winning biography, River of January, Gail Chumbley follows the lives of her husband’s parents from 1927 through 1936.
by HOLLY ENDERSBY
If you are planning to fish for steelhead this year on the Salmon, Snake, or Clearwater rivers, you’d best be up on your catch-and-release technique, because Idaho Department of Fish and Game has decided returns are so low, anglers may not harvest fish.
by JEREMY WATTERSON
Big wheels met little wheels at the Wallace Founder’s Day parade. Photo by Danylle McLain
Town names throughout North Idaho’s Coeur d’Alene Mining District more often than not pay homage to the men (or in one case, donkey) who first discovered the rich mineral lodes that made the communities destinations for generations of hard rock miners who followed in their boot tracks.
by JACK McNEEL
Janie Veltkamp has a large facility on her property near the south end of Coeur d’Alene Lake designed to care for raptors, also known as birds of prey.
by DIANNA TROYER
A comic book collector since childhood, Jaimz Lucero said it was kismet 16 years ago when he was randomly assigned a phone number for a comic book store that had gone out of business in Boise. “Fate threw me a bone, so I ran with it.”
by HOLLY ENDERSBY
If you live or vacation in Idaho or Montana, you are in luck: you have wonderful ski resorts to choose from, and they all want seniors to visit them!
“The purpose of both newspapers has always been to provide interesting and entertaining information for an active, 50-plus-aged audience,”
A number of individuals desperately want President Trump to release his tax returns. They say, without his returns, Americans are in the dark about
The Sister Alfreda award is the highest honor currently awarded to a museum in the state.
The Garden is excited to celebrate it’s tenth Outlaw Field Summer Concert Series® season! Enjoy live performances and concerts in the shadow of the