Southern Idaho Living is For Sale

Print and Digital Magazine For Sale! Southern Idaho Living was published (in print) from 2007-2009. 25,000 copies were delivered to top income homes bi-monthly.  The magazine stopped production in 2009 and began again in a digital format in 2010. In 2012 we stopped publishing online. If you are interested please contact Jason Lugo @ jason@southernidaholiving.com [...]

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Cody DeMers: Rodeo Cowboy

Rodeo is many things to many people. Fans are entertained by rugged grit, contractors showcase their prized rough stock, some contestants covet fame while other chase fortune, and for many it’s a way of life. Through years of dedication and dust, bareback rider Cody DeMers has transformed his passion for rodeo into a lifestyle. At [...]

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Advantage Archery… Advantage Shooter

Slowly pulling your bow back to full draw your heart is racing as you attempt to study your breathing. Easing towards you through thick timber is the trophy bull you’ve been chasing all season. Throwing out a quick cow call stops the bull in its tracks. This is the shot you’ve been waiting for. Squeezing [...]

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Bulls and Blood and the Roar of a Camas Crowd

When Williams & Ford Rodeo Company was required to start a rodeo before obtaining an Idaho Cowboys Association (ICA) certification, it was co-owner Brent Williams’ family history in Southern Idaho that inspired the now four-years-running Fairfield Rodeo. “I’d seen pictures of my grandma’s brother rodeoing there sometime in the ‘60s and there hadn’t been anything [...]

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Features

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Print and Digital Magazine For Sale! Southern Idaho Living was published (in print) from 2007-2009. 25,000 copies were delivered to top income homes bi-monthly.  The magazine stopped production in 2009 and began again in a digital format in 2010. In 2012 we stopped publishing online. If you are interested please contact Jason Lugo @ jason@southernidaholiving.com [...]

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Rodeo is many things to many people. Fans are entertained by rugged grit, contractors showcase their prized rough stock, some contestants covet fame while other chase fortune, and for many it’s a way of life. Through years of dedication and dust, bareback rider Cody DeMers has transformed his passion for rodeo into a lifestyle. At [...]

Hunt & Fish

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“T-Bone, the place where we’re fishing has bass, crappie and bluegill. You’ll love it!” I said to Tommy, my eight year old son, as we drove towards our fishing destination in Southeastern Idaho on Saturday morning of Memorial Day Weekend. “If you catch a bass all by yourself, your new nickname will be T-Bass.” Earlier [...]

Our People

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One Man’s Hobby Creates Another Man’s Treasure

Getting-Out

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When Williams & Ford Rodeo Company was required to start a rodeo before obtaining an Idaho Cowboys Association (ICA) certification, it was co-owner Brent Williams’ family history in Southern Idaho that inspired the now four-years-running Fairfield Rodeo. “I’d seen pictures of my grandma’s brother rodeoing there sometime in the ‘60s and there hadn’t been anything [...]

Photo Copyright Jason Lugo

Imagine yourself careening down a forested mountainside at 30 mph, descending more than 1,000 vertical feet while negotiating hair-pin turns, 12-foot A-frames and treacherous rock-beds. Welcome to the Pomerelle Pounder, a downhill mountain bike race sponsored by Utah Downhill Series and Wild Rockies which has taken place at Pomerelle Mountain every August for the past [...]

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The draw results are out and if your luck is anything like mine you’re now planning an open archery hunt. While flinging arrows all summer, in the back of my mind I held hopes of trophy archery elk and rifle muley tags. With those firmly behind me, it’s now time to step up and mentally [...]

In Business

Photo Copyright Jason Lugo

Slowly pulling your bow back to full draw your heart is racing as you attempt to study your breathing. Easing towards you through thick timber is the trophy bull you’ve been chasing all season. Throwing out a quick cow call stops the bull in its tracks. This is the shot you’ve been waiting for. Squeezing [...]

At Home

Photo Copyright Mary Sligar

It’s a great moment when the garden gate slams shut and you step inside to your private retreat. Whether your garden is a sunny patio or a spot under a shady tree it is a restful, welcoming place to unwind and enjoy family and friends. You gravitate to your favorite Adirondack chair, sip on a [...]

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In my back yard I have a garden containing a variety of herbs growing in several containers. Most are combined with other herbs, but the vigorous mint is in a pot alone due to its proliferation. I love that I can walk out my back door to my herb garden. The water fountain is soothing; [...]

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