BoiseSpeaks: "Where do you want to live?"

Erika Warner shares her story of learning English, falling in love, finding her life’s vocation and the importance of giving back to your community.

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A.L. (Butch) Alford Jr. Alford and Nathan Alford

A.L. (Butch) Alford (78) speaks to his son and successor Nathan Alford (45) about the history of the Lewiston Tribune, the newspaper that Butch's grandfather founded which is now 4th generation family-owned and operated.

Oral history-Chinese International Student in the United States

This interview is about a Chinese International student in University of Idaho. She will talk about her personal experiences in China and America.

Brenda’s Childhood.

My aunt, Brenda grew up in Kellog Idaho with her parents and younger brother (my dad). She was born with Down Syndrome, yet has never missed an opportunity to live her life how she wanted to.

Pat McGill’s Story

Some of Pat’s many life experiences and viewpoints.

BoiseSpeaks: "We were always under surveillance."

Ethyl Furuya Minnis tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan as a Japanese-American during WWII.

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Gregory Aggeler, Phyllis Aggeler, and Shelley Harper

Shelley Harper (50), Gregory Aggeler (78), and Phyllis Aggeler (74) share memories of their family's holiday traditions.

BoiseSpeaks: Erika Shares Her Happy Journey To America

Erika Warner shares her story of learning English, falling in love, finding her life’s vocation and the importance of giving back to your community.

Martie Brennan Shares Her Favorite Holiday Story

Martie Brennan shares “Silver Packages,” her favorite holiday children’s story that she read to her third grade classes and during volunteer work in the Boise School District.

Grandma Kay

My lovely grandma and I spoke of accomplishments, life, love, and family. I could not be more proud to be her grand-darling. Cheers to the kindness in her heart! She grins in the Interview photo with her sibilings, her in...

Ron Walker, interviewed by his grandson Max Kendall, recalls his years at Outlet Bay and changes in fishing at Priest Lake.

Max Kendall interviewed his grandfather Ron Walker, a fierce advocate of the Outlet. Ron shared his fishing adventures dating back to when he could rent a cabin for the whole season at Elkins for $500. He lamented decisions that transformed...