Dormon Olson has built replicas of toy tractors and other ag equipment for himself and farm toy collectors worldwide.
Dianna Troyer is a freelance writer based in Pocatello, Idaho. She enjoys family and friends, skiing, riding horses, and hiking.
Retirees Jack and Mary Zarybnisky pack their sense of adventure and fill their vehicle with items to give away.
A family of stylists carries on a half-century tradition of volunteer hair care. From left are Bonnie Jones, Becky Webb, Sandy Garrard, Brenda Olsen and Natalie Smyer. Photo by Dianna Troyer.
Every Monday, the sound of laughter and scent of shampoo drifts out of the Parke View Rehabilitation and Care Center’s hair salon.
Walt Hamby enjoys dressing as Shriners Santa to visit children and seniors during the holidays. “As we age, we learn what giving really means.”
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.