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- University of Idaho Extension 16
- Moscow Farmers Market 14
- Boise Public Library 13
- City of Moscow 13
- Moscow Chamber of Commerce 12 50 more
- English 10
Sean Carlock asked his Grandma Myrna Olsen about her childhood and her life
Interview of grandma and our family history and memories with some additional comments from grandpa
A friend going through rough times and what needs to be changed/ learned from self harm
Gail tells the story of her relationship with her Jewish Heritage and the impact of meeting Elie Wiesel.
Jodi speaks about growing up in the West in the 1950’s, taking risks, and public service.
Fabia speaks about her sailboat adventure to Mexico with her husband and infant son.
Today we sat down and talk with a founding member of the Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition to discuss the ideas behind its creation and its mission.
My father (Stan Noble) talks about life in Seattle and Idaho in the 70’s and 80’s. He describes dumb decisions he made as a toddler, teenager, and adult (lol). *very emotional* CAUTION- be warned of tears. Try not to cry...
A son talks to his dad about his life, how he came to be. How he got his job to today’s daily life.
My grandfather lives in a world opposite the one he grew up in. This is his story.
Jeremy tells a story of how fresh his mom preferred Salmon, and the delicious results
We talked about the life of my father and his journey from childhood into adulthood. We discussed his ups and downs throughout his life, and touched on the people that helped shape him.
Kyle Jones interviewed his grandfather Hank Jones last summer for Priest Lake StoryCorps. Hank first came to lake in 1954 and worked with the Priest Lake Timber Protective Association. He recalled courting Charlotte Roberts, Leonard Paul’s granddaughter, and their honeymoon...
The story of how Jane and Mark met during Jane’s gap year.
Mom’s parents, her childhood, college
Yami took the opportunity to have freedom and work when she moved to the U.S.
Larry Hops shares stories of childhood, Yellowstone National Park, work life in Montana, and more.
Me, Sam Meyer interviewed my mother, Lindsey Meyer. We talked about her life and how it revolves around me being happy. She cried and laughed, it lasted about 25 minutes.
Jill Roberts is a 29 year old mother with 2 children. Kate Heidlebaugh is a 17 year old high school student. Both of these two people grew up with different religions and beliefs. One of the major things that connects...
Stealing pies, working to damn much, and the affection she had for her Grandmother, “Grandma T” recounts stories of growing up the good times, and the bad.
My father and I talk about one of our favorite fishing memories- catching a wild Idaho steelhead, as well as other fishing-related stories.
Ann Marie Newman shares how she changed her weakness into her life vocation with help from the library.