Q&A with Laurel Meyer

 Article Julie Meyer | Photography Ruth Novella  Laurel Meyer has found that delicate balance between work that she loves, spending time with family, taking care of our environment and making Idaho a better place to live. When her children were young she made the decision to take a break from the retail world and sold her first shop.  Laurel explains, “As time…

Sometimes Angels Wear Badges

Last September, a call came into the Garden City, Idaho, police dispatch of a structure fire in the vicinity of 52nd and Remington streets. Detective James O’Gorman and Officer Danny Pierce were the first responders on the scene. The front of the trailer was already engulfed in flames when the officers heard screams emanating from the inside. Jaime Randall, who…

Camp Hodia

Children and teens throughout the country are familiar with the traditions of summer camp. For some kids, cabins and counselors are just a part of a routine summer vacation. But what if you were diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes as a young child and have never had the opportunity to spend time away from your parents?

Bravo! for Ken and Betty Rodgers

Memorial Day began as Decoration Day in 1868 to remember Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. Today, on Memorial Day, we honor all Americans who died while serving in the military. Some of those honored served in Vietnam.