The Spokesman Review - October 20, 2014 - 7:22am
COEUR d’ALENE — A Coeur d'Alene police officer whose superiors determined his shooting of a pet dog in a parked van violated policy has had his pay reduced.
The Spokesman Review - October 20, 2014 - 12:00am
Local property taxes collected for urban renewal will pay for a new Interstate 90 overpass for Greensferry Road in east Post Falls. The long-sought overpass will connect businesses and neighborhoods north and south of the freeway and improve public safety response times.
POST FALLS — Connie Glass danced into her husband Walt’s heart while taking dance lessons at the Slab Inn back in 1998.
Yahoo! News - October 19, 2014 - 5:00pm
The Coeur d'Alene Police Department is looking for a missing person and is requesting the public's help.Jonathan Tyler Isringhausen of Hayden, Idaho, was dropped off Sunday at St. Pius Church at 625 E. Haycraft at 10:30 this morning.
Yahoo! News - October 19, 2014 - 12:39am
LEWISTON - For the second straight Saturday, the Coeur d'Alene Vikings sent someone else home disappointed at Walker Field. Only this time, it also clinched the team's first state tournament appearance since 2009.
BOISE – Idaho Gov. Butch Otter’s cowboy charm has long appealed to Idaho voters, helping make him one of the state’s most-elected officials: a longtime lieutenant governor, three-term congressman and two-term governor. But has he earned the rare distinction of becoming only the second governor in Idaho history to be elected to a third consecutive term? An array of challengers, led by A.J. Balukoff, the Democratic nominee and longtime Boise School Board chairman, say no, arguing the state’s schools, economy and reputation have suffered on Otter’s watch.
City Councilwoman Kerri Thoreson, of Post Falls, wonders which Kootenai County park is misspelled more often – Q’emiln (pronounced Ka-mee-lin) in Post Falls or the McEuen (pronounced mic-you-en) in Coeur d’Alene. You’d suspect the former, an American Indian name that means “throat of the river.” The 78.5-acre park is located at the south end of the Spokane River Bridge in Post Falls. But the Idaho GOP presented a good case for the latter during a traditional state bus tour by top candidates (Gov. Butch Otter, Lt. Gov. Brad Little & Co.), which made its way to North Idaho on Friday. In the online GOP itinerary, the downtown Coeur d’Alene park was misspelled “McCuen.” Which probably made community booster Mae McEuen, for whom the park is named, spin in her grave at Forest Cemetery. Not-so-hot wheels
The Incredible Corn Maze in Hauser reopened for business Saturday for the first time since a fatal accident there Oct. 10. Jeremy T. McSpadden Jr., 18, died after he was run over by a converted school bus that was part of the “Zombie Slayer Bus” attraction. Witnesses told Kootenai County deputies that McSpadden was running toward the slowly moving bus when he tripped and fell in front of the rear wheel.
John Bujak, the Libertarian candidate for governor, says if he’s elected and then runs for a second term, “I will likely run for a second term as a Republican, and I think it will heal the Republican Party.” Bujak said, “My whole life I’ve been a Republican. And I think if you were to ask me where are you on the scale, I’m a Liberty Caucus Republican, I’m a libertarian Republican.”
CdA Press - October 19, 2014 - 12:00am
The recent wave of federal court rulings knocking down gay marriage bans in Idaho and beyond has left some opponents of same-sex unions with increasing concerns about their own rights under the law.
CdA Press - October 19, 2014 - 12:00am
HAYDEN LAKE - Jim Kinnard was in a jovial mood early Saturday morning before the start of the Hayden Lake Marathon.
POST FALLS - The state has issued the nursing home portion of Life Care Center of Post Falls an "immediate jeopardy" citation, the most serious citation for a skilled nursing facility.
The North Idaho College Theatre Department will present "The Shape of Things," starting next week through the beginning of November.
The Women's Gift Alliance, after 10 years of giving to Kootenai County nonprofits, marked the occasion with an anniversary celebration.
Tesh, Inc. will host its annual Pathways to Independence Breakfast from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Nov. 6, at The Coeur d'Alene Resort.
COEUR d'ALENE - One silver balloon with one simple message bridged the gap between distant strangers and made a lifetime memory for the Torvik family this summer.
COEUR d'ALENE - Borah Elementary School fourth-graders were intrigued, inspired and imaginative in Gizmo-Coeur d'Alene's workspace Friday, especially when Barbara and Marty Mueller brought out hydraul
Blasting-related closures are planned on Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass for an hour four days next week.