Category : On The Trail

The Idaho Technology Council

Growing Idaho’s Innovation Economy by Malcolm Hong, photos by ITC When most people think of Idaho, the first thing that often comes to mind is our state’s iconic potatoes. Although our ability to grow the world’s best potatoes is well…

September 2, 2016

The Fight Keeps Running

by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Mark Dyrud There are those who go the extra mile and then there are those who go the extra 420 miles. In the next few months, Eagle’s Dena McLauchlin will crisscross the country as she…

July 6, 2016

Get Out & Explore

It’s Time to Hit the Hills by Chelsea Chambers, photos by Mark Dyrud The rush of success and triumph is unmatched by nearly any other feeling in the world, especially from the top of a tall hill, overlooking the city below. Cars…

May 3, 2016


Eagle store offers legos and more… by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photography by Mark Dyrud Step inside Eagle’s Bricknowlogy store and you are walking into what has to be nirvana for kids (and a lot of adults). The store is candy for…

March 1, 2016


For Dave Fotsch, Boise GreenBike has been an interesting ride by Brad Carlson, photography by Mark Dyrud Before spearheading the GreenBike program, Dave Fotsch spent a lot of time behind a radio microphone or in front of a TV camera….

January 4, 2016

Trail Guides for Start-Ups

Trailhead provides a community clubhouse for entrepreneurs By Liza Long, photography by Mark Dyrud Jeff Reynolds is a self-described start up guy. A serial entrepreneur with a proven background in marketing and advertising, the new Director of Engagement at Trailhead…

November 3, 2015

A Healthy Boost for Boise

True. Health with Dr. Karlfeldt highlights healing alternatives By Sydney Moore, Photography by Mark Dyrud While outsiders sometimes think that Idaho is behind the times, in fact, Idaho has a history of innovation. A new local television program showcasing healthy,…

August 31, 2015

Pedal Power

Why two wheels are better than four. By Lettie Stratton, photography by Mark Dyrud Boise’s bicycle culture is something to be admired. Between the 25-mile Greenbelt, the plethora of generous bike lanes on public roads, and the many cycle shops…

July 6, 2015

BUGS & Boise

Two peas in a pod by Lettie Stratton, Photography by Pete Grady The Boise Urban Garden School (BUGS) has been a staple of Boise culture and education since it got its start over ten years ago. And now, just a…

May 5, 2015

Luciano and His Sunshine Boots

The Story Behind the Story Story by Jessica McAnally, Photography by John Webster   Luciano is a little boy who loves his yellow puddle-stomping boots. Even when he is too sick to wear them outside to play, they are still…

March 9, 2015