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In Control with Bobby Lathem III

A Conversation with Champion Racecar Driver Bobby Latham III As told to Southern Idaho Magazine There’s no other smell like race day. If you’ve never smelled burning race fuel,...

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Chelsi Phillips

Chelsi Phillips

When Chelsi Phillips was crowned Minico High School’s Homecoming Queen last fall, she never dreamed it would lead her to win Idaho’s Homecoming Queen Competition allowing her the privilege to compete for “America’s Homecoming Queen” in Anaheim California this...

White Tiger Martial Arts

White Tiger Martial Arts

White Tiger Martial Arts is the only Idaho martial arts school teaching Doce Pares, a Filipino martial art that emphasizes stick and sword fighting. Brian Jensen established White Tiger in Rupert in 2003. Jensen has been a martial arts enthusiast since he took his...

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Dave Weber, A Teacher Who Does

Dave Weber, A Teacher Who Does

An old adage speculates that those who can’t do, teach. However, this saying is in no way applicable to David Weber. A rock climbing enthusiast and teacher of math and sciences at Shoshone High School for 20 years, he never lets his teaching get in the way of his...

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Keith Adams – Drug Free Pro

Keith Adams – Drug Free Pro

If our past can tie us down it can also free us. Keith Adams (59 years old) is living proof.  Professional Trial Bike competitor, educator and avid outdoors man, Adams uses his past to inspire the future of those around him. Using the power of sports and the great...

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Shardé Bement

Shardé Bement

Shardé Bement is in many ways a typical 14-year-old girl. She attends ninth grade at Kimberly High School, likes to write poetry and has tried her hand at sports such as softball and basketball. However, Shardé has discovered an activity that is rather uncommon for...

Christopher Kubs

Christopher Kubs

From immigrant to Vietnam War veteran to cowboy to acclaimed metal worker, Hill City resident Christopher Kubs’ story would make a great book. With a college degree in English, he could author it, too. The first time Christopher Kubs saw the West, it was from the...

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Tyler Shockey

Tyler Shockey

Freeskiing phenom Tyler Shockey finished last season ranked 18th nationally in slopestyle for his age group (16-19) by the USASA – the country’s premier amateur ski and snowboard association. What makes this feat most remarkable is that Shockey is from Burley – not...

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Ron Cole – Mandolin Maker

Ron Cole – Mandolin Maker

A young couple spends a romantic evening of their honeymoon floating down an Italian waterway in a Gondola… A group of family and friends gathers around a campfire enjoying marshmallows on the fire and dancing to Bluegrass music… A congregation of a hometown church...

Rick Neff

Rick Neff

Since 1987, Rick Neff’s business in the rural town of Malta had been named Neff Repair and Machine. But after two decades of serving the local farmers and ranchers, Rick changed the name of his business to also include what had evolved from a hobby to a steady...

Southern Idaho Photos

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Oct 01, 2010

Castle Rocks State Park

This is the beautiful Castle Rocks State Park. Located in Almo Idaho next to the famous City of Rocks. This shot while...
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Jan 01, 2008

Jackson Bridge

Four Trumpeter Swans flying over the Jackson Bridge. The bridge is located near Rupert about 4 miles down the Snake...
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May 01, 2008

Minadoka Damn

Every spring the waters swell behind every damn along the snake river. About 10 miles up-river from my house is the...
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Sep 01, 2011

Oakley Basin

This is the beautiful Oakley Idaho basin with Mount Harrison on the horizon.