Right-wing Idaho legislators stay silent on the group’s affiliation with the alt-right propagandist
In the months leading to the infamous 2017 Unite the Right Tiki-torch rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, then-talk radio host Dave Reilly had some messaging-strategy tips for the attendees from the alt-right, the internet-savvy collection of racist and antisemitic groups that arose during the Trump era.
Young mom grateful for help during infant son's birth, surgeries
It's hard to be a young new mommy.
It's even harder when the new bundle of joy arrives with heart conditions requiring surgery within moments of coming into the world.
But good news — "Jacquie" shared her baby boy, now 7 months old, is doing well following a series of life-saving procedures.
Tree ring data has become very important in determining a region’s past climate. Trees are sensitive to the area’s local climate and each year, the tree will grow rings, which also provides an age for the tree.
“Our message to our team — we shouldn’t hang our heads, we took another huge step,” said Idaho coach Jason Eck, whose Vandals last week notched their first FCS playoff win since 1993, and went back-to-back in the playoffs for the first time since 1994-95. “I’m proud of this team. I think we settled for too many long field goals. That’s a really good defense, but I felt we had opportunities to score more.”
Volunteers braved cold weather in downtown Coeur d’Alene Saturday morning to gather signatures for a ballot initiate that would open Idaho’s primary elections to all voters — and dozens of Kootenai County voters gave them a warm welcome.
Star of wonder leads community to Speedway's Bethlehem
The wintry weather didn’t stop a handful of volunteers from putting together the fifth annual Night in Bethlehem Saturday, a reenactment of the night Jesus was born, which will also take place from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Dec. 10, and Dec. 16-17.
Father of teenage son grateful for faith, community support
His heart is filled with the love of Jesus Christ and his son is proud of him once again.
"Tobias" is happy to report a life in recovery is the only life he wants to lead.
"I'm paying off fines with the state, my probation officer is working to get me off probation at the end of the month," he said. "Since I’ve been sober my life is a whole different thing. It’s a whole different life."
With two large buildings complete and the third under construction, Huetter Business Center is opening on Huetter Road with open visibility of Interstate 90. An electronic readerboard will face both sides of traffic with 65,000 vehicles a day.
One of the many perks of North Idaho is the four defined seasons we get to experience every year. Spring brings us flowers and sunshine, summer brings us long days full of adventure, in fall we watch the leaves change, and in winter we enjoy a multitude of snow sports. The challenges of winter, though, include walking and driving conditions.
It is common for my clients to own real property in multiple states. Maybe they are snowbirds with primary residence in Idaho, and winter property in Arizona or California. Sometimes my clients own out of state investment properties such as rentals in Spokane. Whatever the case may be, owning real property in more than one state can be a problem after your death if you don’t want your estate tied up in probate court.
It has been 50 years since the Marcussens disappeared without a trace. Rita Marcussen, 20, a popular 5-foot 5-blonde with shoulder-length hair, was last seen helping clean up after closing time at a Hayden Lake dentist office, where she worked as a dental assistant. Her husband, Ron, 22, and an acquaintance, George “Ed” Stroisch, stopped at the office to pick her up. Ron, at 6-foot-3 and redheaded, was hard to miss. The unemployed construction worker had spent the day — Monday, Nov. 19, 1973 — looking for work, paying bills, depositing a check, and visiting a friend.