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    The Blue Goose

    4426 West 4900 South, Samaria, ID 83252

    Clarence Hughes runs this charming 1892 store, which was moved to the town park in Samaria to keep it from being torn down. It’s a popular hangout for school kids and farmers in the afternoon. He sells local crafts, cookbooks, candy and sodas, and has video rentals. Historic photos and...

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    Scott Service

    4701 West Hwy 38, Malad, ID 83252

    In business since 1927, Bryan Scott's grandfather Milton Scott had a small store with ice, groceries, coffee and slot machines. People would come from Holbrock with their teams of horses and stop at Milton's place. After that, his son, Khalil built a shop large enough for two-ton trucks. Now,...

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    Red Hawk Trading

    890 N. 4600 W., Malad City, ID 83252

    Camping is a very popular activity in the Bear River Heritage Area. Here you can purchase locally made canvas tipis, tents and camp supplies. Red Hawk made the world’s largest tipi for use at the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics. They also specialize in making reproduction tents that are...

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    Evans Co-op Building and True Value Hardware

    25 North Main Street, Malad 83252

    This block housed the first department store in Idaho, the Evans Co-op, which was part of the Mormon cooperative movement of the 1860s, in which local production and purchasing was encouraged through cooperatives. The block, including both the co-op building and the old J.N. Ireland Bank, is on...