Walt Hamby enjoys dressing as Shriners Santa to visit children and seniors during the holidays. “As we age, we learn what giving really means.”
Dianna Troyer is a freelance writer based in Pocatello, Idaho. She enjoys family and friends, skiing, riding horses, and hiking.
Sometimes, can-this-really-be-happening events defy logic. Lisa Brian, a paranormal investigator, leads haunted history tours in Pocatello.
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
By DIANNA TROYER — Imagine planning an elaborate celebration for months, only to see it literally go up in smoke in a half hour. Firefighters are having a blast.
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.”
Larry Abo has much to be thankful for this April, National Donate Life Month. Around 800 Idahoans await organ donations.
The horse exhibit was so popular, museum officials extended the display from the original closing in January through to the end of April.