834, Carlton OR 97111
P.O. 2276, Boise ID 83701
line (503) 852-0010
| Born December
8, 1955, Newport News, Virginia
Idaho: Politics, People and Power (2005), with James Weatherby,
Ph.D., Caxton Press, Caldwell, Idaho.
Camping Idaho (2004), Globe-Pequot
Press, Guilford, Connecticut.
It Happened in Idaho (2002),
Press, Guilford, Connecticut.
Idaho Political Almanac: a detailed reference to Idaho public affairs.
(1990, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002), Ridenbaugh Press,
People and Power in Idaho (1988), Ridenbaugh Press, Boise,
for the Times: A Centennial History of the Idaho State Courts,
July 1990, for the Idaho Law Foundation.
books including Justice for the Times (1990), Boise Visions
(1994), a long-term planning report for the city of Boise, and a
series of instructional books for the National Association of State
Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers (2001-2005).
Ridenbaugh Press, Boise, Idaho, April 1988 -.
Wrote, edited and published
books including Paradox Politics: People and Power in Idaho
(1988), a history and analysis of politics in Idaho; the Idaho
Political Almanac (1990, 1992, 1994, 1996 editions), and The
Snake River Basin Adjudication: The First 10 Years (1996).
monthly newsletters: the Washington Public Affairs Digest, the
Oregon Public Affairs Digest and Idaho Public Affairs Digest,
digest and analysis periodicals on the Northwest states; the Snake
River Basin Adjudication Digest, tracking/analysis of the water
(Idaho) Morning Tribune, contract coverage of the 2001
Idaho legislative session.
MANAGING EDITOR/NEWS ANALYST, KBCI-TV (Channel 2, CBS affiliate),
Boise, Idaho, January 1990 - June 1990; news analyst.
EDITOR, Idaho Statesman,
Boise, Idaho, August 1986-January 1990.
REPORTER, The Idaho
Boise, Idaho, July 1984-August 1986. Political and projects reporting.
PAGE EDITOR, Idaho State Journal,
Pocatello, January 1983-July 1984.
Idaho State Journal,
Pocatello, March 1978-January 1983.
(Caldwell) and Idaho Free Press (Nampa), now the Idaho
Press-Tribune, July 1976-March 1978.
||Member, Investigative Reporters
and Editors, 1985-1990.
Member, Idaho Press Club,
1976-1989. Board of Directors, 1978-1983.
Workshop presenter and panelist,
state and regional meetings of many organizations including League of Women
Voters of Idaho (1987, 1988, 1989), Idaho Society of Social Studies Teachers
(1988, 1989, 1991), Leadership Idaho Agriculture (1989, 1990), Boise State
University/Association of Idaho Cities seminar series for city clerks (1991),
Idaho Society of Association Executives (1990, 1992), Junior Statesman
(1988, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1997).
Frequent speaker in classrooms
on Idaho public affairs in public schools, at the University of Idaho,
Boise State University, Northwest Nazarene College, College of Idaho and
Editor, County Commentary,
magazine of the Idaho Association of Counties, 1990-1995.
Writer and editor, Visualizing
the Future, extended report on the Idaho Centennial Commission Second Century
Symposium, Boise, fall 1990.
Member, Board of Directors,
North End Neighborhood Association, 1988-92.
Participant and Committee
Co-Chair, Boise Visions, 1992-93.
||More than two dozen regional
journalism awards, including awards for editorial writing in 1984; 1st
place, political column, Idaho Press Club (1983); 1st place, column, Inland
Empire Sigma Delta Chi (1987); 1st place, investigative reporting, Idaho
Press Club (1979).
Book of the Year 1989, Idaho
Library Association, for Paradox Politics.
IQ Magazine, 2005- , occasional articles.
Boise Magazine, influential Idahoans, spring 2004.
magazine, August/September 1997, "Have Pets, Will Travel" (with
Oh Idaho magazine,
winter 1988, article, "Politics: Does it Pay?", on legislative pay
Yearbook, articles on western states, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992,
December 1989, end of decade review, Idaho politics.
July 1990, article, centennial review of the most influential Idahoans.
Magazine of the Idaho State Bar, February 1991, profiles of all
44 Idaho Supreme Court justices; and September 1991 article on clerks
of the Idaho Supreme Court.
1985-1995. Idaho contributor.
Occasional articles for regional newspapers and other publications.
||University of Idaho, 1974-1976,
Numerous professional conferences
and educational events, including reporter/editor seminars at the American
Press Institute, Reston, Virginia (1986) and national meetings and seminars
of Investigative Reporters and Editors (1987-1990); and developing education
and other programs for the Idaho Press Club (1983-1990).