Pride and joy: The forces in Taysom Hill's hometown that led him to New Orleans (1 Viewer)

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BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer

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POCATELLO, Idaho — You want to encapsulate Taysom Hill's home town in three words, do it this way: Born and raised.

Everything is connected here. Residents tie the blue collar mindset of the community to its foundation as a crucial stop on the Union Pacific Railroad in the 1880s, the site of one of the largest repair and maintenance facilities west of the Mississippi River. People came here to work hard and passed that trait onto their children, who stayed here and passed it on to their children. They stayed because it was quiet, because it was a good place to raise a family and earn a...

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