Shoshone, Idaho

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From its beginnings as a railhead for farmers and ranchers, Shoshone was a bustling, thriving community on the rise. Like so many other towns, however, when the railroad stopped passenger service, it had to reinvent itself. Shoshone has kept its sense of community while it starts to grow anew. Read the complete article written by Dixie Thomas Reale in the October 2007 issue of Idaho Magazine.

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