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- Idaho 70
- personal experiences 41
- memories of growing up 36
- Spouse 29
- memories of former times 27 1,222 more
- Idaho Conservation League 1
- Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition 1
- Priest Lake Community Church 1
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1
Hazel Pharris was born and grew up in Bonners Ferry, ID. She lived in the country most of her life, before moving into the city for a while. She attended college in Idaho, where she met her husband, Earl. As...
Hayden Interviews his Grandmother, Phyllis Barrett about the way that She grew up in Rexburg and Rigby Idaho. Phyllis also talks about her children and her Parents and Grandparents. The interview is interesting because you get to know someone else's...
Growing up in rural and urban Idaho, stories about my mom
A veteran from the Vietnam War talks about his experiences in the aleutian Islands, and on a base in Idaho.
Ged Randall (70) talks to his new friend and StoryCorps Facilitator Zena Zendejas (31) about some of his childhood memories growing up in Orofino, Idaho, about the tragic loss of his son by suicide, and his career as a firefighter/EMT.
John Becker (65) interviews restauranteur, John W. Williams (64).
Joanne Miller interviewed childhood friends, siblings Carolyn Pilcher and Dave Nydell. Their fathers brought them to the lake in the 1940s. Miller’s family found a cabin at Kalispell Bay and the Nydell’s across the lake north of Cape Horn. They...
Senator Cherie Buckner Webb (68) and her son Phillip Thompson (43) talk about their family legacy in Idaho, religion and disturbing the peace to create change.
Sitting down with Charles and Sharon Mitchell to hear stories of their childhood, and stories about Jericho, their daughter.
A little bit about a wonderful human and her boyfriend who selfishly made her answer questions about him.
A project centered around flyfishing, community building, and environmental stewardship.
Lois Lenzi talks with her daughter Sonya about meeting her husband, giving birth to Soyna and what it was like to raise Soyna and her other two daughters.
Jonathan shares a little bit about the most interesting fish he's ever encountered in Idaho