Storytelling

Some of my favorites over the years, in no particular order.

The woods line the frozen pond in my sister’s backyard in Northern Wisconsin.

Small communities that once defined America now need new roles, relevance in global economy

Published in The Idaho Statesman on Oct. 15, 2001 This was the second story in a series on how rural economies were changing and how that affected Idaho families. I led a team of reporters from four papers and two TV stations in the project, which Pew helped pay for. It was a shared bylineContinue reading “Small communities that once defined America now need new roles, relevance in global economy”

Pond Culture

Published by The Idaho Statesman on Aug. 8, 2003 NAMPA — There´s something in the water on Diamond Ridge Way. Often, that something is a goldfish, or a lily pad. Or an ancient Japanese carp. But there´s something else. Something that makes folks like Tom and J.J. Waskow dig a series of five ponds inContinue reading “Pond Culture”


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