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Injury accident

POST FALLS — A male driver backed into a female pedestrian just before 7 p.m. Saturday, according to Idaho State Police.

ISP reports that the accident at Bob’s 21 Bar, 212 E. Seltice Way, involved a male driving a black Chevrolet 1500 pickup, who was apparently leaving the bar. ISP said the truck struck a female pedestrian, who was transported to Kootenai Health.

ISP provided no other information.

Ex-educators unite

POST FALLS — All North Idaho retired teachers and administrators are invited Monday, Oct. 28 to the Post Falls Senior Center for a monthly gathering.

The meeting starts at 11 a.m. and includes a free lunch.

Yes, at the Post Falls Senior Center, there is such a thing as a free lunch.

The program is “Cowboy Hootnanny” and features songs and cowboy poetry. The business meeting includes legislative news and reports from the Idaho State Association.

To reserve your luncheon, please call Marla at 208-861-1622, or Norma at 208-786-9903.

Big day for Ranger

As The Press reported Sunday, the fate of a declared vicious dog could be determined today.

The case of Ranger, a 10-year-old German shorthair pointer belonging to a retired Coeur d’Alene man, has killed two pet cats and bitten the owner of one of the cats. Ranger is impounded and faces a destruction order, which its owner has appealed. Kootenai County commissioners are set to decide the case today.

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