A March, 1919 Idaho state law has flaws that jump out at you like a trout thrashing for dear life against an angler fishing on horseback.
“The Adventures of Robin Hood” (1938) looks as fun and lusty a good time as people could have overthrowing a corrupt monarch while wearing tights, swinging from trees, and eating chunks of meat with their hands.
There’s no other breed out there like the Westwind Morgan. “These horses will never quit on you and can be used day after day,” says Morgan breeder Bryan Blatt.
Since retiring from farming in the Minidoka area northeast of Rupert, Gus Bryngelson has devoted his time to his military history mission.
Retired electrician Richard Kossman said he was fortunate to have worked in northern Iraq, touring cultural sites there before they were destroyed by militants.
McCall, Idaho’s first Native American smokejumper fulfills a promise he made to the last living survivor of the 1949 Mann Gulch fire, Robert Salee.