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Wednesday, October 31

October 31, 2018 1:52 a.m.

NOV. 6: Remember Mark Twain

Well, “they are here” like the poltergeist, POLITICIANS. It’s time to cast one of your most prized possessions, YOUR VOTE and they are after it. Many are asking for it, few have earned it and only some will be fortunate enough to secure it. I would like you to reflect on the words of the famous American humorist, Mark Twain before you cast it: “Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason.” Now, get out there and VOTE. GOD BLESS AMERICA.

October 31, 2018 1:51 a.m.

GOP: Common sense will prevail

The best Government money can buy! Does that ring a bell? Oh goodness sake, President Trump is not a politician; Drain the swamp, make American great again? Oh no, what about all the big money that the pimps have spent, Oh I’m sorry they are called Lobbyiests. Their job is to bribe our politicians, men and women and their staffs, to do their bidding. The Democratic party used to be the party for the working man. Now they are so far left we’re not sure whom they represent! Open borders, undo everything Trump has done and make America great again! Clintons, lies, lies, and more lies, selling materials to our enemies to make bobms to destroy us, lies about Bengazi etc etc. Soro and Obama Traitor you tell me. The list is a mile long! Open borders, illegal immigrants pushed ahead of the ones coming legally. Hidden all over the U.S., sanctuary cities. Giving Iran the OK to buy or build warheads to take out the US or Isreal giving millions of dollars. Releasing war criminals to kill more of our troops again etc etc.

October 31, 2018 1:50 a.m.

AMADOR: A perfect fit for state rep

With election day right around the corner I write this letter to support Paul Amador’s campaign to be re-electede to Idaho House Seat 4B. First of all, Paul is a wonderful, bright young man with lots of common sense. He’s a perfect fit for Idaho and the challenges that face us. Secondly, I think his accents on Education, Economy and Family are spot on. We would do well and be well served to re-elect Paul on Nov. 6th.

October 31, 2018 1:49 a.m.

GOOKIN: The right man for clerk

As an elected official, I have worked closely with the Kootenai County Clerk for 18 years. It is a complex job. I am voting Dan Gookin County Clerk.

October 31, 2018 1:48 a.m.

ELECTION: Be sure to vote

Have you done your work and decided to vote for the people that have you and me in their thoughts instead of themselves? I pray that you have because this world is going down the toilet fast! Last year only 22,705 people turned out to vote and 76,980 are registered to vote! And more people people have moved into this area this year, so it’s probably 80,000 or so. Americans, do your job and take the time to vote, either in person, online or by mail, but VOTE! Too many people have given their lives to make sure we have that right, so don’t ignore it! Get out and Vote! Said in love, of course.

October 31, 2018 1:47 a.m.

DUNCAN: For less regulations

My wife and I have had the privilege of knowing Leslie Duncan, Candidate for Commissioner District 3, for more than 14 years. Over those years, we know her to be a person you can count on and trust with responsibility. She is a listener, dependable and her main concern would be county affairs from one end of the county to the other.

October 31, 2018 1:46 a.m.

MIRANDA: For commissioner

Regarding last week’s candidate debate, I was stunned by some of the misrepresentations in Leslie Duncan’s responses. I’d think after vying for a seat on the BOCC for nearly four years, Duncan would be better aware of how the county operates, and would be well informed about county code and policies, but she’s not. As a thoughtful individual, I’m very disappointed in her as a candidate.

October 31, 2018 1:45 a.m.

PROP 2: Fairness needed

I have received several calls from people seeking advice on how to vote on Proposition 2. Some have read the arguments for and against the Medicaid expansion bill. Their confusion is the result of solid arguments on both sides of the proposition. Most agree there should be reasonable healthcare coverage for all Idahoans. However, they feel strongly that all Idahoans should be accountable in the handling of public funds.

October 31, 2018 1:44 a.m.

AMADOR: For state House

During the past few years we have had the privilege of knowing Paul Amador as a neighbor, friend and as our State Representative. Paul has the character and the experience we need in Boise. Paul has the endorsement of the Idaho Education Association to be a very strong advocate for education. He has also been endorsed by the local school board chair.

October 31, 2018 1:43 a.m.

ADDIS: For state House

Jim Addis has earned my vote. Jim was always honest and straightforward in our business dealings. When we worked together for many community events I was impressed with his commitment and passion for supporting local issues. We have had many discussions about local issues, especially educating our kids, and I found Jim willing to listen and respect everyone’s opinion.

October 31, 2018 1:42 a.m.

BRANNON: For county clerk

I am writing to ask your readers to vote to re-elect Republican Jim Brannon for County Clerk. His opponent, Dan Gookin, is currently a CDA City Councilman, running as an Independent. Although Gookin knows better, he has intentionally incorrectly characterized the race as non-partisan. To the best of my knowledge, he has never managed anybody, let alone a complex organization.

October 31, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 31, 2018

NOTICE On October 18, 2018 Coeur d'Alene School District 271 entered into two contracts with SL Start & Associates, LLC, DBA Imagine Behavioral & Development Services in the amounts of $49,000 and $43,700 for special education services. CDA LEGAL 574 AD#239912 OCTOBER 31, 2018

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October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

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Sterling Wester Brangham, 79

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Historical society to host spaghetti fundraiser

The Post Falls Historical Society will host a spaghetti feed Nov. 10 to support the Post Falls Museum. The event will also feature a cakewalk, raffle and silent auction.

Early voting setting records in county
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Early voting setting records in county

COEUR d’ALENE — The hottest new place in town doesn’t have a cover charge, but its very existence cost many Americans the ultimate price. The Kootenai County Elections Department is seeing staggering early voter turnout this year, said deputy county clerk Jennifer Locke on Tuesday.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

OPT-OUT: Know your rules

The “opt-out option” is a central issue for the candidates for Kootenai County commissioner because it is important to county residents whether they know it or not.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

CARAVAN: A counterpoint

Response to Mr. Quinn, re: letter criticizing the caravan Oct. 26. Dear Mr. Quinn, keep in mind, none of those “Criminals” (honestly sheesh!) have front doors. I hope we don’t take ours for granted.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Tubbs deer killer has criminal record

A 49-year-old man with an extensive rap sheet who admitted to killing a deer on Tubbs Hill last week has now been cited by Coeur d’Alene Police.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

A sense of place

Trends come and go in the modern wine industry. As the United States becomes the largest wine consuming country (in both absolute and per capita terms) both domestic and international producers are going to seek a way to access this large and growing market of wine consumers. Domestically though, this is leading to a trend most wine consumers find disconcerting.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

What a way to start the postseason

According to the social media application LinkedIn, it has been nine years for me at the Press.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals

Got big plans with your little ghouls and goblins? Here are some fun activities to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve.

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October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

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Nancy Sue Carter, 81

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

HUNTING: Not on Tubbs

It’s good to know that if one pleads ignorance and lack of malice, you’re off the hook for violating the law in the city of Coeur d’Alene, even in a case where the action could have resulted in great bodily harm or death of another. Let’s see someone try that excuse if they inadvertently park in the wrong spot.

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October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

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Kaden Hammond

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Carpal tunnel syndrome

When people think ‘chiropractic’ they often think of back and neck problems. But chiropractic has many applications beyond these typical uses and it can improve the quality of life for a broad range of health conditions. One such condition is carpal tunnel syndrome, a repetitive stress injury (RSI). Chiropractic can be a beneficial treatment for patients seeking non-invasive relief from this ailment that has become all too common in the modern world.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

For all who step up to the election plate

It should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been paying attention, or breathing, that there’s an election on Tuesday. I’ve watched the local candidate forums, read the voter guides and candidate profiles and am active on social media.

Creepy electric fireplace instead chills the heart
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Creepy electric fireplace instead chills the heart

POST FALLS — A cryptic message came through the phone line.

This guy's spooked by Halloween
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

This guy's spooked by Halloween

Change in the schedule, gang.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 1: Reader's response

To Mary Watson: I assume you do not consider the Indian casino in Worley as gambling in Idaho.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Blanchard seeks officers, volunteers for senior board

All positions are open on the Blanchard Area Seniors Incorporated (BASIC) board of directors in 2019.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinals swept at Spokane

SPOKANE — Sophomore setter Haylee Templeton returned to the starting lineup after missing the previous six matches with a knee injury, finishing with 26 assists for North Idaho College, but the Community Colleges of Spokane came away with a 25-15, 25-22, 25-21 victory over the Cardinals in an Northwest Athletic Conference East Region match at Spokane Falls Community College on Tuesday night.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Why do demons and ghouls stick together?

Soccer, bowling,  flag football and more
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Soccer, bowling, flag football and more

SELECT SOCCER

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

AMADOR: For Idaho House

I would like to add my support to Paul Amador for Idaho House Seat 4B.

Isenberg, daughters have days in court
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Isenberg, daughters have days in court

COEUR d’ALENE — On the same day Lori Isenberg’s daughters pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to commit theft, U.S. attorneys filed a motion to prevent their mother from being released before her trial for any reason.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Details surface in fatal shooting

POST FALLS — Post Falls 24-year-old Mitchell C. Payette was identified Tuesday as the man who died from gunshot wounds early Monday after he reportedly broke into a home just south of Post Falls, destroyed property and threatened the occupants.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

NEIGHBORHOODS: Worth preserving

Is it true that the grand house on Eighth and Sherman is slated for the wrecking ball?

Call of 'gunman'  prompts lockdown
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Call of 'gunman' prompts lockdown

By BRIAN WALKER

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Correction

A story in Tuesday’s Press gave an incorrect amount of the judgment against Dennis Magner in the boating crash that claimed three lives two years ago. The judgment was for $600,000.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

GOOKIN: An inside view

I am one of the county employees insulted by Dan Gookin during the panel discussion on Oct. 25. I write the minutes of the county commissioners’ public meetings. I am a hard worker; I take pride in my work.

Monster Memories
October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Monster Memories

Werewolves, mummies, vampires and other creatures of the night are practically on Paul and Donna Parla's speed dial.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho's best-run operation

It’s powered without state or federal funding and managed by people with deep roots in the private sector who will choose business over bureaucracy every day of the week.

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

ELECTION: Party perspectives

In a few days we will decide the direction America travels. Everyone wants peace and security, and we are in this together. We are an integrated society, relying on each other for jobs and our way of life.

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October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

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Wayne ‘Tex’ Cheatham

October 31, 2018 1 a.m.

HUNTING: A suggestion

Thank you, Donald Bishop, for voicing your distress over local hunting trophy photos. I am not a hunter, and I love viewing animals in our surrounding areas. One day I was so excited to see a beautiful elk out in the Cataldo Mission area; the next day, I opened my Coeur d’Alene Press to see a hunting trophy-photo depicting a local hunter with a gleeful smile, kneeling next to the elk he had just killed.

Tuesday, October 30

October 30, 2018 12:43 p.m.

Those involved in Post Falls shooting ID'd

POST FALLS — Mitchell C. Payette, 24, Post Falls, has been identified as man died as a result of gunshot wounds early Monday after reportedly breaking into a home south of Post Falls and threatening the occupants.

Lake City High School on lockdown
October 30, 2018 9:51 a.m.

Lake City High School on lockdown

10:50 a.m. update

October 30, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 30, 2018

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COEUR D'ALENE, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A PETITION TO VACATE a portion of Annie Avenue right-of-way adjoining the northerly boundary of Lot 1, Block 1, Boothe Addition to the City of Coeur d'Alene. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Shelley R. Bruna, Trustee for the Ralph Rudolph Rash Irrevocable Trust, has filed with the City Clerk, a petition to vacate a parcel of land being a vacated portion of Annie Avenue right of way adjoining the North line of Lot 1, Block 1, Boothe Addition according to the official plat on file with the Kootenai County Recorder in Book B at Page 69 situated in the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 12, Township 50 North, Range 4 West, Boise Meridian, Kootenai County, Idaho, more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of Lot 1, Block 1 of said Boothe Addition which is monumented with an existing iron rod, 5/8 inch diameter with a plastic cap marked PLS 4194 from which the Southwest corner of Lot 3, Block 1, monumented with an existing iron rod, 5/8 inch diameter with a plastic cap marked PLS 4194, bears, South 00°07'57" East, a distance of 164.98 feet, as shown on Record of Survey recorded in Book 17 at Page 246; Thence along the Northerly projection of the West line of Block 1, of said Boothe Addition, North 00°07'57" West, a distance of 36.24 feet to an iron rod, 30 inches long, 5/8 inch diameter with a plastic cap marked PLS 6374 on the Southerly right of way of Interstate Highway 90; Thence along said Southerly right of way, along the arc of a curve left which is concave to the Northwest, having a radius of 3704.72 through a central angle of 01°01'18" an arc distance of 66.06 feet and having a chord bearing and distance of South 56°46'12" East, 66.06 feet to an existing iron rod, 5/8 inch diameter, with a plastic cap marked PLS 4194 on the North line of said Lot 1, Block 1, Boothe Addition; Thence along said North line, South 89°57'30" West, a distance of 55.18 feet to the Point of Beginning, containing 0.023 Acres of land, more or less. SUBJECT TO: Any existing rights of way, easements, covenants, conditions, rights, reservations, restrictions, encumbrances or applicable subdivision, building and zoning ordinances and use regulations, or record or in view. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a hearing on said petition will be held before the City Council of the City of Coeur d'Alene in the Council Chambers at the hour of 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 6, 2018, at a meeting of said Council, when and where any person interested may be heard. The hearing will be held in a facility that is accessible to persons with disabilities. Special accommodation will be available, upon request, five (5) days prior to the hearing. For more information, contact the City Clerk at (208) 769-2231. Renata McLeod, City Clerk CDA LEGAL 535 AD# 237931 OCTOBER 23, 30, 2018

NIC men win NWAC league golf tournament
October 30, 2018 1:15 a.m.

NIC men win NWAC league golf tournament

MUKILTEO, Wash. — North Idaho College’s men’s golf team won the two-day Bellevue NWAC League Match at Harbor Pointe Golf Club to finish their fall season on a high note.

From the train to the village
October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

From the train to the village

By KAYE THORNBRUGH

Alleged home invasion leads to fatal shooting
October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Alleged home invasion leads to fatal shooting

POST FALLS — A 24-year-old male who was a suspected intruder of a home just south of Post Falls died as a result of an apparent shooting early Monday morning, according to the Kootenai County Sheriff's Office.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

VOTERS: Consider this

As a state legislator since 2014, I am familiar with Paulette Jordan, a state representative during those same four years. Paulette is a fine lady, but as a legislator representing Idaho and her district, her activity in the legislative process was very limited. There is a reason why not one of the present Democratic legislators endorsed Paulette for governor in the Democratic Primary. The fact that she is a native American woman does not automatically make her qualified to be the governor of 1.6 million Idahoans.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

'Odd Couples' coming

The popular play that spawned a successful movie and TV series is coming to Coeur d’Alene, with a twist.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

SCHROEDER: For District 4

Rebecca Schroeder is running for the state legislature in District 4. She is a native Idahoan and attended school in Idaho including college along with her husband, Brock. They have a child who was born with cystic fibrosis. Rebecca became involved with the cystic fibrosis foundation. She worked to bring awareness, raise money and met with our legislators on the need for health insurance for people.

Class gives girls power
October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Class gives girls power

By JUDD WILSON

Today's ghastly groaner
October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

What do you call a snobbish criminal walking down the stairs?

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

ELECTION: Choose English, Miranda

It does happen. It really does. That is when neighbors and acquaintances sit down together and in a civil manner talk about government and politics. Recently, my husband, Gene, and I with several others hosted a gathering for two candidates: Cory English — Idaho State Senate and Ruben Miranda — County Commissioner. It proved to be meaningful and informative for the politically diverse group of Democrats and Republicans. Folks sat around the table and living room chatting, getting to know one another.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

ADDIS: For state House

I have had the opportunity to know Jim Addis for almost 20 years. In my role as the head of economic development and as I have served with businesses throughout our community, I have been impressed with Jim’s leadership and vision. He is the leader we need to drive our economy forward. He understands the importance of education and how it will help us for generations to come. He will do his homework on issues, and will make responsible decisions. I am excited to see Jim as our new representative.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

BRANNON: For county clerk

First, thanks to The Press for allowing all our voices to be heard.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Robbery reported at Rathdrum business

RATHDRUM — Police are seeking a suspect in a robbery that was reported Monday night at the Rathdrum Jiffy Stop, 15370 N. Highway 41.

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October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

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Michael Vincent Conlan, 74

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Jury: Magner to pay $600,000

A Spokane advertising executive acquitted on three counts of involuntary manslaughter for a boating crash two years ago that killed three people must pay $600,000 to the families of the victims.

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October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

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Mary Elizabeth ‘Billie’ Swendig, 92

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October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

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Rita Eldora Miller

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 1: Don't be misled

Some Republican friends are voting “Yes” on Proposition 1. Their ideology is small government and support for private business. I share that belief as well.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Correction

Monday’s listings of Halloween activities gave the incorrect date for the Real Life Ministries Harvest Festival. The event will happen on Halloween evening.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

How well do you know these scary words?

Not all Hallowe’en stories are frightful. As word-guru site Merriam-Webster.com tells it, the history behind a few October-themed words isn’t even that Halloween-y.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Wet Halloween a possibility

The forecast for Wednesday evening is plenty of sugar with a little H2O possibly mixed in.

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho editorial boards endorse Collum, Little

While favoring Republican Brad Little for the race for Idaho governor, all endorsing Idaho newspapers unanimously endorsed Democratic nominee Kristin Collum for lieutenant governor.

CRITTERS OF NORTH IDAHO: The Pygmy Nuthatch
October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

CRITTERS OF NORTH IDAHO: The Pygmy Nuthatch

Fire, drought and illegal loggers are well-known factors for depleting nature of its trees, especially those of Ponderosa pine and other types of pine trees. However, insects can cause a problem for pine trees too.

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October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

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Steven Keith McGehee, 32

October 30, 2018 1 a.m.

Cd'A woman dies in crash in Washington

SPOKANE — A 20-year-old Coeur d'Alene woman died as a result of a head-on collision on Highway 2 near State Route 206 north of Spokane early Saturday morning.

October 30, 2018 12:58 a.m.

Cruz among M's offseason decisions

So finally we’re putting baseball to bed, just before the first snowfall.

October 30, 2018 12:56 a.m.

North Idaho Christian wins volleyball match

COEUR d’ALENE — For the second time in as many meetings, North Idaho Christian School and Pullman Christian played a marathon five-set volleyball match.

Monday, October 29

October 29, 2018 12:39 p.m.

Home invasion leads to fatal shooting near Post Falls

POST FALLS — A 24-year-old male died as a result of an apparent shooting south of Post Falls this morning, according to the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office.

Suspect injured in officer involved shooting
October 29, 2018 10:23 a.m.

Suspect injured in officer involved shooting

SMELTERVILLE – The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office reports that an officer/deputy involved shooting occurred early Monday morning in Smelterville.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals
October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals

Looking for fun ways to celebrate everyone’s favorite candy-fueled holiday? See this year’s list of local haunts below.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

A police officer pulls over a man driving a car full of penguins.

Hot and Heavy – Day in firefighter boots is well worth the sweat
October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Hot and Heavy – Day in firefighter boots is well worth the sweat

After feeling my way around through darkness and smoke with about 70 pounds of firefighting gear on and an ax in hand, I "rescued" a child from the second floor of a structure.

October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

School and Senior Meals

School menus

Consumer advocacy is changing guard Dickerson joins team; Brooks looking ahead
October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Consumer advocacy is changing guard Dickerson joins team; Brooks looking ahead

Websites leak personal information, computer pop-ups tell you to use gift cards to pay for services, phone calls stream in about loans and other daunting financial matters.

October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Give Hunger the Bird

Post Falls Food Bank’s biggest fundraiser of the year is coming up on Saturday. The 11th annual Give Hunger the Bird will take place from 5 to 9 p.m. at StanCraft Wooden Boats, 2936 W. Dakota Ave. in Hayden.

A new El Nino is more likely this fall
October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

A new El Nino is more likely this fall

We’re finally seeing a change in the weather pattern toward the wetter side here in North Idaho. Late last week, Cliff measured 1.03 inches of rain from a big storm that moved through the region. That total was the first time this year Coeur d’Alene measured over an inch of rain in 24 hours.

Warrants
October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Warrants

Here is this week’s list of suspected lawbreakers sought by Kootenai County police agencies and the sheriff’s office:

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October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 29, 2018 1 a.m.

Facebook users, stay safe out there

In light of Cyber Security Awareness Month (October), and the recent Facebook data breach, it’s a good idea to look over your social media accounts and make changes to passwords and settings so you can keep your personal information safe.

Sunday, October 28

Mutiny on the USS Republicana
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Mutiny on the USS Republicana

COEUR d’ALENE — Gridlock in Boise would be better than the continued reign of the Idaho Republican Party’s ruling class, say some North Idaho conservatives.

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October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

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James A. Siroshton, 91

Today's ghastly groaner
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Why won’t the jack-o-lantern cross the road?

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

GOOKIN: For county clerk

As a former investigative reporter, I am a champion for transparency. That’s why I’ve taken a keen interest in the county clerk race. During my career, I submitted hundreds of public records requests.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

FECES: That's deplorable

You’ve got to be kidding! I know you’re not, and I’m aghast!

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

WILSON: For schools' leader

Cindy Wilson is the most qualified candidate to run for Superintendent of Public Instruction in decades. Her qualifications are exemplary, and her passion and personality are perfectly suited for working with legislators to make Idaho public schools the best possible for every student.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Manners maketh career

If you’ve ever had to deal with the thoughtless behavior of someone, you’ll appreciate this story about the great composer and pianist Franz Liszt.

Milestone Announcements
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Milestone Announcements

MILESTONE BIRTHDAY

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October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

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Annamay Sauerwein

Opportunities lost
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Opportunities lost

CHENEY — So much for the Idaho Vandals keeping this one close early, so they didn’t have to play from behind.

Fresh fruit and furry friends
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Fresh fruit and furry friends

COEUR d’ALENE — Furry friends and fresh, fruity fare were just a couple reasons to visit downtown for Fall Fest and Apple Palooza on Saturday.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

DUNCAN: For county commissioner

As a registered independent, my mailbox is flooded with a double dose of political flyers. While researching candidates, I was drawn to the District 3 County Commissioner race.

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October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

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Richard George ‘Dick’ Dahlgren Sr., 88

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 2: Unforgettable case

I have served as a Certified Nurse Midwife in our community since 1991 and have delivered more than 2,600 babies at Kootenai Health. As a result of this experience, I believe it is imperative that the Medicaid Expansion Bill pass.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Lake City sweeps in 5A, Sandpoint girls win in 4A-1A

MOSCOW — The Lake City boys and girls teams swept team titles at the 5A Region 1 swim meet at the University of Idaho pool on Saturday.

Lake City loses twice, settles for third
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Lake City loses twice, settles for third

NAMPA — It was a pretty incredible run for the Lake City High volleyball team, as second-year coach Mike Summers put it.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

PHOTOS: No dead animals

Why do you think it is alright to post pictures of dead animals in your paper? I am not a hunter and think it is sick to show animals deceased with a smiling hunter. If you want to glorify hunting, then just show the hunter without the animal they killed. I think it sends the wrong message to kids that this is OK. It is not. Please stop showing these disgusting pics.

A Hayden hub in Grouse Meadows
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

A Hayden hub in Grouse Meadows

Someone should probably take away my “Idaho Native” certification. In a moment of exhaustion, and let’s face it, laziness, I had to Google “grouse” in anticipation of writing this Neighborhood of the Week on Hayden’s Grouse Meadows.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Times sure have changed in Cheney

Paul Petrino managed a slight smile when he recalled the Idaho Vandals’ last visit to Cheney.

Timberlake girls,  Cd'A's Forster shine
October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Timberlake girls, Cd'A's Forster shine

LEWISTON — Coeur d’Alene sophomore Lauren Forster was the top local finisher in the girls state 5A race, finishing fourth at the Lewiston Orchards on Saturday.

October 28, 2018 1 a.m.

Down the homestretch, 'No' on Prop 1

This horse-racing gimmick isn’t Idaho’s first rodeo.

A new building for North Idaho Dermatology
October 28, 2018 12:48 a.m.

A new building for North Idaho Dermatology

The new three-story, 27,400-square-foot building at 2199 N. Merritt Creek Loop in Riverstone is the new home of North Idaho Dermatology, which is moving from across the street.

Saturday, October 27

October 27, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 27, 2018

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI In the Matter of the Estates of: LESLIE M. OLSON, Deceased. CASE NO.: CV28-18-7094 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Linda C. Olson has been appointed personal representative of the above-named decedent. All persons having claims against the decedent or his estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claim/s will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the attorney for the estate at the address indicated and filed with the Clerk of the Court. DATED this 9th day of October, 2018, /s/ Cameron Phillips CAMERON PHILLIPS ISB No. 2364 Attorney for Personal Representative 924 Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 Telephone: 208-667-5437 Fax: 208-664-2114 CDA LEGAL 483 AD# 235667 OCTOBER 13, 20, 27, 2018

Ybarra: Keep school momentum going
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Ybarra: Keep school momentum going

COEUR d’ALENE — Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra wants four more years to continue the positive momentum she has built.

October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Rivals close in distance, skill sets

Wednesday’s women’s soccer match at Eisenwinter Field in Coeur d’Alene was exactly what a rivalry matchup should be.

FAITHFUL OBSERVATIONS United to beat addiction
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

FAITHFUL OBSERVATIONS United to beat addiction

Continuing to explore the issues of incarceration, addiction and then recovery we had another fascinating interview with a ministry taking these problems head on. We talked to Brian Bassett of 24/7 Recovery Program about what they are doing in Kootenai County. Brian also brought one of their board members, Dave Wells, to provide additional insight.

October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Tubbs Hill deer hunt infuriates residents

COEUR d'ALENE — A deer harvested on Tubbs Hill by an archer this week is drawing ire from neighborhood residents who wonder why nothing is being done to prevent hunting on Tubbs Hill.

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Johann ‘Louis’ Ludwig Dreyer, 60

October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Enjoy Fall Fest, Apple Palooza today

COEUR d’ALENE — Be prepared to have barrels of fun today at Fall Fest and Apple Palooza in downtown Coeur d'Alene.

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Zelda May (Powell) Sater

A major calling
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

A major calling

By DEVIN WEEKS

Midtown parking study up for debate
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Midtown parking study up for debate

COEUR d'ALENE — Armed with an $8,500 parking study, the Coeur d’Alene City Council will address parking in midtown at its next meeting.

Lending a hand
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Lending a hand

By KAYE THORNBRUGH

The last word on Halloween treats
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

The last word on Halloween treats

Let’s put a wrapper on this debate over Halloween candy.

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Entrepreneur celebrates 20 years

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Evelyn Violet Skogen, 86

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Joseph Michael Gray, 80

October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Star QB playing or not, EWU still a stout foe for Vandals

With Gage Gubrud at quarterback, the Eastern Washington Eagles would be a tough test for the Idaho Vandals today at Roos Field in Cheney.

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Helen Marie Ries

Today's ghastly groaner
October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

The inventor of autocorrect has died.

October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

A big thanks to Home Depot

I would like to use your newspaper today, if you don’t mind, as a platform to heap praises and accolades upon the Coeur d’Alene Home Depot Store #1803.

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October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

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Thomas ‘Buck’ Ryan, 75

October 27, 2018 1 a.m.

Dalton Gardens man dies in crash

COOLIN — A 20-year-old Dalton Gardens man died in a crash near Coolin in the Priest Lake area on Friday morning.

October 27, 2018 12:10 a.m.

Hammond passes St. Maries to playoff win

NEW PLYMOUTH — To move on in the state 2A football playoffs, the St. Maries Lumberjacks knew they had to pass the ball.

Rapid response
October 27, 2018 12:10 a.m.

Rapid response

POST FALLS — Playing in an up-tempo offense, you don’t have much time to panic.

Friday, October 26

Feds take Isenberg case
October 26, 2018 9:05 a.m.

Feds take Isenberg case

COEUR d’ALENE — Lori Isenberg’s embezzlement case is no longer in Kootenai County’s hands.

October 26, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 26, 2018

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN M. MOFFITT Deceased No. CV28-18-7849 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the decedent or his estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned at the addresses indicated below and filed with the Clerk of the Court in the above-entitled Court. DATED this 21st day of September, 2018. /S/ Alison C. Richards Personal Representative 12202 NE 31st Pl. Bellevue, WA 98005 CDA LEGAL 519 AD# 237162 OCTOBER 19, 26, NOVEMBER 2, 2018

At the movies with Redford and Myers
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

At the movies with Redford and Myers

While there’s a solid chance Robert Redford will return to the big screen again, the low-key heist film “The Old Man & the Gun” has been touted as the actor’s swan song.

Small Business Administration lending momentum continues in FY18
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Small Business Administration lending momentum continues in FY18

SEATTLE — The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Seattle District Office — serving Washington and North Idaho — announces FY18 lending numbers showing that it guaranteed more than $905 million to small businesses that otherwise would not have had access to capital. Nationally, SBA loan volume in FY18 reached more than $30 billion.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

PLEDGE: Do it or go

Children are being told that it’s OK not to stand and say the Pledge of Allegiance? No. It’s not OK! This is the United States of America and you are telling people that have given their lives to guarantee that we still have that God-given right, that it’s OK not to stand and pay honor to our flag and what it stands for? Well, you’re wrong, so change your attitude or move.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

JORDAN: Something to ponder

To Paulette Jordan: I read and then re-read your interview with The Press dated Oct. 14 and have a few comments which you may wish to consider.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

ROADWAYS: Make them safer

I drive a 15-passenger bus all day around Coeur d’Alene and I have an observation I would like to make.

Take a cruise … if you dare
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Take a cruise … if you dare

COEUR d’ALENE — A menacing Michael Myers stiffly turned to walk down the cruise boat stairs … until he caught a whiff of fear.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Ybarra says schools on the right track

State School Superintendent Sherri Ybarra has said many times that she is an educator, not a politician. So, it’s not surprising that she doesn’t pay much attention to political norms, even after almost four years in office.

Man gets jail for  fatal dog beating
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Man gets jail for fatal dog beating

A 24-year-old Spokane man convicted in an Idaho animal cruelty case was sentenced to local jail after a two-hour hearing Thursday in Coeur d’Alene.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

AMADOR: For state House

I am writing to offer my support for Paul Amador in his bid to continue to represent North Idaho as our State Representative. I have had the pleasure of working with Paul to meet the higher education needs of students in the five northern counties; his commitment to this community extends well beyond higher education. He has demonstrated his commitment to building a stronger Idaho not only economically and environmentally, but also to keep Idaho an outstanding place to live. My guess is he is planning for the future of his child, and potentially grandchildren.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

APHIDS: Life is short

Don’t hate ‘em, those tiny ash aphids. They are only out there trying to find mates and they don’t have the advantage of online dating or singles bars. When one flies up your nose or mouth think of what the experience must have been for that poor little bug. They only live a short time and you just snuffed out its life!

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

COLLUM: For lieutenant governor

I’m writing in response to Russell McLains’s letter and share his support for Kristin Collum, who was endorsed by the Idaho Statesman for Lieutenant Governor.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Out of the Shadows presents 'Mary Poppins Jr.' Nov. 2-4

COEUR d’ALENE — What was merely a dream in April 2016 is about to launch its third theatrical production Nov. 2, 3 and 4.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

CARAVAN: Block the criminals

As I read all the wailing and moaning about the “poor immigrants who are just searching for a better life” as an invasion force complete with flags of the invading nations, closes in on our southern border, the obvious reminder is always there — i.e., that liberalism is such a failed ideology…such a hypocritical load!

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

LETTER: And still laughing

I generally see nothing to laugh about in the typical far-right letter. However, last week Marvin George Miller wrote a hilarious one. He praised Trump for his high beautiful wall while scolding the Democrats for not approving the wall. On Oct. 10, I read that the Republican Congress will approve the wall at a cost to taxpayers of $23.4 billion.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Who says politics can't be pretty?

That was a political booster shot right when it was needed.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Last chance to comment on smelter project

Today is the deadline to receive comments from the public regarding the PacWest silicon smelter project located in nearby Newport, Wash. Comments must be received by the Washington Department of Ecology no later than 11:59 p.m.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

ADDIS: For state representative

I cannot more highly recommend anyone for public office than Jim Addis.

County candidates clash at forum
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

County candidates clash at forum

COEUR d’ALENE — If Kootenai County voters can be grateful for one thing this election year, it’s that they have the luxury of choosing from county candidates who offer genuinely different choices.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals

Looking for fun ways to celebrate everyone’s favorite candy-fueled holiday? See this year’s list of local haunts below.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

FUEL: Fossil is fine

One town in Oregon has committed to running everything on renewable energy by 2030. So how will airplanes fly on wind and solar? And how about boats? Right now wind and solar make up less than 5 percent of our electrical use. The rest is all fossil fuel, nuclear and hydro-electric. To even come close to meeting the needs of the country with wind and solar would require covering most of the country with solar panels and wind machines.

Easy fix for county's transparency fight
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Easy fix for county's transparency fight

Mary Souza remains proud of introducing a “transparency bill” at the last legislative session.

'It's a Wonderful Life' radio show coming to Coeur d'Alene Inn
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

'It's a Wonderful Life' radio show coming to Coeur d'Alene Inn

COEUR d’ALENE — The Best Western Plus Coeur d’Alene Inn is partnering with Laura Little Theatricals to put a fresh, new spin on "It’s a Wonderful Life" this holiday season.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Hayden voters, reject this tax increase

While city officials have recently recanted their desire to pass this legislation, it is still on the ballot. We encourage you to vote no on Nov. 6. We also encourage you to read the following information as this issue will most likely be coming to voters again.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Jerusalem archaeologist to speak today

COEUR d'ALENE — Israeli archaeologist Eli Shukron will present his findings on the City of David Standing Stone and the foundations of the Western Wall in Jerusalem today at noon at the Pinkerton Idaho Wildlife Museum, 2000 John Loop, Coeur d'Alene.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

State cross country at a glance

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Victim snarls after dog attack

A 69-year-old Coeur d’Alene woman who was attacked by three dogs in The Landings is wondering why city ordinances don’t require the dogs be removed before they bite someone else.

Singing in sweet harmony
October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

Singing in sweet harmony

Their voices seamlessly blend to form glorious audio waves, gently submerging their listeners in an empyrean sound.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

GOOKIN: For county clerk

Over the last few years, I have had the opportunity to get to know and observe both Jim Brannon and Dan Gookin, both personally and professionally in their current and in some cases past elected positions. Both are running for the Kootenai County Clerk’s position. There is no doubt in my mind that Dan Gookin has the communication skills, temperament and discipline to meet the statutory requirements of that elected position. I cannot say the same for Jim Brannon.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 1: Just say NO

Please vote NO on Prop 1. I am a Montana girl. I hate what gambling has done to my home state. Diamond Lil’s casinos in every town in beautiful Montana. Friends have told me how gambling has hurt their family members.

October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 26, 2018 1 a.m.

BRANNON: For county clerk

County Clerk Jim Brannon manages his five departments in the best interest of citizens and employees. We often read how people’s personal information is hacked via large institutions and government entities. When Dena Darrow, Kootenai County’s finance director says security is a serious issue, Jim Brannon listens and finds solutions. Jim Brannon is responsible for carrying out policies and protecting the security of the financial system. He excels in his job. As county clerk, Jim Brannon is aware of the tax money paid to settle or fight lawsuits. Security breaches of employee information would be a whooper legal problem.

Thursday, October 25

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

No health insurance? You can fix that

Choosing a health care plan can be confusing, frustrating and many times, expensive.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

County candidate forum is tonight

COEUR d'ALENE — A forum featuring Kootenai County candidates in the Nov. 6 general election will be held tonight from 6 to 7 in the Coeur d'Alene Library's Community Room.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

The big games start this week

For a while Friday night and Saturday morning, it looked like Post Falls was going to play host to Lewiston in the first round of the state 5A football playoffs.

Parkers drive home as Citizens of Year
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Parkers drive home as Citizens of Year

COEUR d’ALENE — The Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce 2018 Citizen of the Year is not one citizen, but two.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Scanlon on the current T-Wolves, and the past in volleyball

When not enjoying the life of retirement, Kent Scanlon has watched a few Lake City High volleyball matches over the last couple of seasons.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

What’s the difference between an old transit stop and a lobster with breast implants?

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

C note: Critics, coffee, cats, candy

Hey, now!

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Local favorite novels are Harry Potter series

COEUR d’ALENE —When the votes were all counted in the PBS Great American Read Tuesday night, America’s favorite novel was declared to be “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee.

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October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

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Roberta ‘Birdy’ Covell (Hoskins) Olney

Seniors set the tone at Timberlake
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Seniors set the tone at Timberlake

Timberlake is headed to the state 3A volleyball tournament this week for the fourth straight year.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinal men close with victory

- MEN’S SOCCER

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Coffee's mystical origins in Yemen

In the average American city, other than fast food, what business seems to outnumber any other? Coffee.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

A poodle in the field is worth a ton of mutts in the bush

His dog chased squirrels like nobody’s business, and for a squirrel hunter walking from woodlot to woodlot in pursuit of the big gray or red-colored fox squirrels, any dog that was wild about pointing tree tops, stalking and fervently retrieving to hand the small upland game, was hard to beat.

Father's memory part of the elk hunting experience
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Father's memory part of the elk hunting experience

Ryan Frank of Hayden wears a silver ring of elk ivory embossed along its edges with mountains and trees and a bugling bull elk in tiny relief.

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October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

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Betty Gano

One play away
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

One play away

COEUR d’ALENE — In 180 minutes of soccer, it came down to just one shot between North Idaho College and the Community Colleges of Spokane.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Free training for parents on active shooter events

COEUR d’ALENE — Families and local residents are invited to take part in an interactive, educational parent training at Lake City High School auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 6-8 p.m.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Withstanding Category 4 scams

The strong winds from the hurricanes have definitely blown devastation through the Carolinas and Florida, but they’ve also blown in charity scammers, too. These new scams claim to seek relief for the victims but we as givers need to do some research to make sure we’re helping the victims and not just giving our money away to scammers.

Goodbye, orange highway cones
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Goodbye, orange highway cones

By BRIAN WALKER

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

A few ties between Idaho, EWU

Paul Petrino recalled a home visit in Cheney a few years back, when he was recruiting Ty Graham, who is now a junior linebacker for the Vandals.

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

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Hunters log harvest and complaints at check stations as elk season ends
October 25, 2018 1 a.m.

Hunters log harvest and complaints at check stations as elk season ends

The latest North Idaho elk hunting season was a mixed bag for hunters, and for biologists manning check stations in the Coeur d’Alene and St. Joe drainages.

Wednesday, October 24

October 24, 2018 3:17 p.m.

Is ticket splitting a mortal sin?

Back in the early 1960s, when I was studying political science at the University of Oregon, I first encountered the term “Yellow Dog Democrat.” These were southern Democrats who would vote for a yellow dog rather than a Republican. Since that time the parties in the south have switched positions, but my point is that the southern Democrats of yore were straight-ticket voters.

October 24, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 24, 2018

NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE IDAHO PANHANDLE NATIONAL FOREST The Surprise Decks Salvage Sale is located within T53N, R1E Sec 1, 2, 4, 8, 9, 17, 18, 19; T53N, R1W Sec 24; T54N, R1E Sec 33, 34, 35 Bonner County, State of Idaho, BM. The Forest Service will receive sealed bids in public at Forest Supervisor's Office, Idaho Panhandle NF, 3815 Schreiber Way, Coeur d'Alene ID 83815 at 10:00 AM local time on 11/06/2018 for an estimated volume of 1704 ton of Combined Softwood sawtimber marked or otherwise designated for cutting. In addition, there is within the sale area an unestimated volume of Combined Softwood non-saw that the bidder may agree to remove at a fixed rate. The Forest Service reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Interested parties may obtain a prospectus from the office listed below. A prospectus, bid form, and complete information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and submission of bids is available to the public from the Forest Supervisor's Office, Idaho Panhandle NF, 3815 Schreiber Way, Coeur d'Alene ID 83815. Information is also available online at: https://www.fs.usda.gov/resources/ipnf/landmanagement/resourcemanagement The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer. CDA LEGAL 543 AD# 238506 OCTOBER 24, 2018

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

CLASS: Team still winning

We want to say how impressed we are with the class the Coeur d’Alene Little League team showed last week. We helped with their postseason run, and this last week, we received a thank you card in the mail — unheard of these days.

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Betty Paulus

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

LAWSUIT: And a rally

It was a summer evening 20 years ago. Suddenly a scream: My 16-year-old son’s car had flipped 20 feet in the air and crashed on the country road outside the house I was visiting. Along with my younger son, I rushed to rescue my son and his passenger from the car. Miraculously, neither was seriously injured. My actions were those of any parent to rescue their child from immediate harm.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Former Coeur d’Alene

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

TRANSPLANTS: Draining our resources

I really enjoy reading the opinions of other residents, particularly as election day approaches. It beats the drone of early morning news broadcasts and the revolving attack ads. Thank you all for your insight.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

ADDIS: For state representative

We’re writing in support of Jim Addis, candidate for State Representative in District 4 Seat A Coeur d’Alene. We’ve had the opportunity to know and work with Jim for more than a decade. We want to share with you our observations regarding his dedication, resourcefulness, and his ability to connect with people from all walks of life in a thoughtful and meaningful way.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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ALL-5A INLAND EMPIRE LEAGUE

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

FINGER: Point taken

I was going to let this pass, although I had called the Sports Editor before.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Kenzie Dean

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 2: A left-coast toast

Make Idaho more like California and vote YES on Prop 2. While you’re at it, vote the entire Democratic ticket and seal the deal. Note to all of you California transplants. Welcome to Idaho, but please remember why you left and don’t bring your politics here.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

When your body is sick: Autoimmune diseases

We live in a sick nation. We are sick and becoming sicker! Autoimmune diseases, like so many other diseases, are skyrocketing at alarming rates. There are between 80 and 200 different autoimmune conditions today.

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Arnold Duane Bakie

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Finding a way to the final goal

Sure, it’s still 1-2 at the state soccer tournament for the Coeur d’Alene High boys soccer team.

Soccer, flag football, bowling and more
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Soccer, flag football, bowling and more

SELECT SOCCER

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Luke Osborn

District 3: Educational priorities key issue
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

District 3: Educational priorities key issue

COEUR d'ALENE — District 3 legislative candidates on Tuesday night cited different changes in education that they believe are needed.

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Harvey Edward Brothers Jr., 69

Proposition 2 group draws crowd to health provider
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Proposition 2 group draws crowd to health provider

COEUR d'ALENE — When Chenoa Crettol's son, a full-time electrician raising a family in North Idaho, needed health care, he couldn’t pay for it.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Ask Hayden Health

Dear Dr. Wendy,

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

ECONOMICS: Something to consider

Re: Gaede’s “Prop 2 Secret” and Fisher’s “Economic Checkup” (of Oct. 10)

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

PRODUCTION: Superb entertainment

“42nd Street” opened last weekend at the Kroc and every person in Kootenai County should be proud of all the young people in this production! The tap dancing is amazing, the singing wonderful and the entire cast and crew did a wonderful job in bringing this show to the highest level of entertainment. Please go and support our local community theater as we are truly blessed to have all of these actors in our community and giving of themselves with time and talent to entertain us. BREAK A LEG!

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Chiropractic: A safe alternative to opioids for pain

In the wake of the recent opioid epidemic, the FDA has recommended chiropractic care and has proposed changes to the way it educates health care providers on treating pain. In a proposal released in May, it was stated that health care providers, “should be knowledgeable about the range of available therapies, when they may be helpful and when they should be used as part of a multidisciplinary approach to pain management.” The changes in the FDA guidelines recommend medical doctors obtain information about chiropractic care to help patients avoid prescription opioids.

Movers and shakers
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Movers and shakers

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

DEMOCRATS: Rise and shine

Let’s be honest. If we want significant progress on issues such as education, health care, the environment, fair taxation and wages, infrastructure, etc., we can’t keep sending the same people from the same dominant political party to Boise. Current legislative leadership appears unable or unwilling to seriously address these concerns.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

When columnists slip, someone's watching

Yo, it’s Wednesday and that means Chat Day.

District 4: Hot button issues show differences
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

District 4: Hot button issues show differences

COEUR d’ALENE — Candidates vying to represent District 4 at the state capitol squared off at a forum Tuesday night. Education, health care, the economy, and experience topped the discussions.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

GOOKIN: For county clerk

Transparency in government. We hear this phrase all the time, but what is it and why is it important?

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Vote 'no' on Hayden budget request

Until about 1 p.m. Tuesday, this space was filled with an editorial supporting Hayden’s request to increase its base budget via a levy override. That support held some caveats, but the entire landscape changed when citizen Steve Griffitts withdrew his support for the ballot measure and indicated that every member of the City Council felt the same. Griffitts, as you might know, also happens to be Hayden’s mayor.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

First vote in an election a family affair

In our family turning 18 was a real rite of passage ... registering to vote and then casting a ballot for the first time. In 1994 our youngest daughter had turned 18 just over a month before the general election. When Sarah stepped into the voting booth at Frederick Post Elementary School with her ballot it was an especially memorable occasion. Her grandfather, my dad Ron Rankin, was on the ballot as an Independent candidate for Idaho governor. So the very first vote Sarah cast was for her Grandpa Rankin.

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Mary Lou Talbot, 72

District 2: Candidates show their differences
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

District 2: Candidates show their differences

COEUR d'ALENE — District 2 legislative candidates offered their views during a forum Tuesday night on what they believe separates themselves from their opponents in the Nov. 6 general election.

Cardinal men win Walla Walla tourney
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinal men win Walla Walla tourney

WALLA WALLA — Freshman Dawson Strobel tied for third to lead the North Idaho College men’s golf team to victory at the Walla Walla Invitational on Tuesday at Wine Valley Golf Club.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

What do you say when a rocker says he’s going to hit you with the neck of his guitar?

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

AMADOR: For state representative

Over the past few years, I have had the privilege of getting to know Paul Amador. I have been impressed with his dedication and commitment to making Coeur d’Alene, and Idaho, a better place for us all. Paul’s experience in education, ranging from early childhood development to higher education administration, has given him a real understanding of the issues impacting education in Idaho. As a professional and legislator, Paul has focused on improving educational outcomes to make a difference in our children’s lives.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

2018 harvest update, slowing down

We have certainly enjoyed the lovely fall weather this year. Nice sunny days, almost no rain and cool nights. It has been simply lovely. It is affecting grape harvest across the west though, applying “the brakes” to what had been looking like harvest dates that were spot on with long-term historical averages. The diurnal temperature changes that make for perfect wine grape growing have become severe this fall, and this is the time when grape growers and winemakers alike would prefer these daytime to nighttime temperature swings to moderate a bit.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Graduation rates: New numbers, old problem

By KEVIN RICHERT

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

Hayden leader: Reject city's ballot request

HAYDEN — Voters should shoot down the city’s request to increase its levy rate.

October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

ELECTION: Stop the circus

If someone says it’s raining, and another says it’s dry, it’s not your responsibility to believe them both. It’s your responsibility to look out the window and find out which is true.

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October 24, 2018 1 a.m.

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Major Bernard ‘Bernie’ Fox, 72

Tuesday, October 23

Higher expectations
October 23, 2018 1:09 a.m.

Higher expectations

After rolling past Lewiston in straight sets last week to wrap up their sixth straight regional title and improve to 29-1 on the season, the Lake City Timberwolves celebrated by ...

Lakeland grad Coffey honored by Big Sky
October 23, 2018 1:08 a.m.

Lakeland grad Coffey honored by Big Sky

OGDEN, Utah — Idaho punter and kicker Cade Coffey was named the Root Sports Big Sky Special Teams Player of the Week for games played Oct. 20, the league office announced Monday. Coffey converted all five of his scoring attempts and averaged 51.8 yards per punt on eight kicks Saturday, to help Idaho defeat Southern Utah, 31-12.

Business experience, childrens' futures motivate McGeachin
October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Business experience, childrens' futures motivate McGeachin

COEUR d’ALENE — After serving in the state House of Representatives for 10 years, in 2012 Janice McGeachin returned to the private sector in Idaho Falls. Along with her husband, she has spent the last six years managing a regional auto repair shop, a wholesale parts distribution company, a small machine shop, and opening an Idaho Falls pub and grill called The Celt.

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Halloween happenings and fall festivals

Looking for fun ways to celebrate everyone’s favorite candy-fueled holiday? See this year’s list of local haunts below.

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

Fatal shooting cites 'stand your ground'
October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Fatal shooting cites 'stand your ground'

COEUR d’ALENE — Prosecutors said a 41-year-old Post Falls man used undue force when he killed another man last weekend with one shot to the chest at point blank range.

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Incident prompts review of CHS policy

COEUR d’ALENE — Coeur d’Alene High School has updated its end-of-day policies after an incident on Friday.

Man accused of I-90 crash pleads not guilty
October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Man accused of I-90 crash pleads not guilty

COEUR d’ALENE — A man accused of being drunk when he injured a mother and daughter last summer in an Interstate 90 crash pleaded not guilty Monday to felony aggravated DUI.

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October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

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Joseph Sterling Sarbacher, 40

Museum of North Idaho prepares for end of season with free day
October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Museum of North Idaho prepares for end of season with free day

Oct. 27 will be the last Saturday of this season that the Museum of North Idaho will be open. Admission is free, and the Museum will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit hall closes Oct. 31 and reopens April 2.

Elks Lodge donates dictionaries to local schools
October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Elks Lodge donates dictionaries to local schools

Coeur d’Alene Elks Lodge No. 1254 used a $2,000 ENF Gratitude Grant and a $1,000 grant received from the 3Cs local charity organization to provide 1,688 dictionaries this year to third-grade students in the Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls School Districts and local area Charter schools.

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

What is the ratio of a pumpkin’s circumference to its diameter?

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Legislative forum tonight

COEUR d’ALENE — The Coeur d’Alene Press is sponsoring a forum tonight for candidates from Kootenai County seeking seats in the Idaho Legislature.

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Movers and shakers

October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

Woody waste does wonders

Wood-based fuel in an airplane? Done that — a forest-powered Alaska Airlines plane flew to D.C. in November 2016.

$1,600,000,000.00
October 23, 2018 1 a.m.

$1,600,000,000.00

By BRIAN WALKER

October 23, 2018 12:53 a.m.

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HOLE IN ONE

October 23, 2018 12:41 a.m.

Don't dwell on stats; enjoy the games

I’ve never been overwhelmed by statistics.

Monday, October 22

October 22, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 22, 2018

SUMMARY STATEMENT REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018 ALL FUNDS COEUR D'ALENE CHARTER ACADEMY #491 REVENUES BUDGET ACTUAL Local Revenue 243,600 231,495 State Revenue 4,730,028 4,727,649 Federal Revenue 150,037 70,073 Other Revenue 486 Total Revenues 5,131,665 5,029,703 EXPENDITURES Salaries 2,740,141 2,688,950 Benefits 1,220,239 1,148,678 Purchased Services 585,857 257,054 Supplies & Materials 215,500 112,615 Capital Objects 1,185,882 528,139 Debt Retirement 275,000 268,798 Insurance & Judgments 12,000 10,293 Total Expenditures 6,234,619 5,014,527 Beginning Fund Balance $ 1,436,067 $ 1,436,067 Adjustments - - Net Beginning Fund Balance $ 1,436,067 $ 1,436,067 Ending Fund Balance $ 333,113 $ 1,451,243 The undersigned certify that this is a true and correct report of the financial condition of the Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy #491. /s/ Amy Verhaeghe Chairperson of the Board /s/ Laura Beyer Clerk of the Board /s/ Robert Nelson Treasurer of the Board CDA LEGAL 532 AD# 237840 OCTOBER 23, 2018

October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

School and Senior Lunches

School menus

October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

The world’s worst impressionist walks into a bar.

Good times brewing on Lake Coeur d'Alene
October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

Good times brewing on Lake Coeur d'Alene

COEUR d’ALENE — The Hunter’s Moon will loom bright in the sky as the first Moonlit Monster Cruise begins boarding Wednesday night.

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October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

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Less snow expected for 2018-2019
October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

Less snow expected for 2018-2019

Every year in mid-autumn, Cliff Harris and I issue our annual city-by-city snowfall predictions for North Idaho and surrounding areas of the Inland Empire.

October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

More people online, more chances to be scammed

SENIORS — EASY MARKS?: Are seniors targeted more than other consumers for frauds and scams? The answer is yes. Communications and banking technologies move money around the world at lighting speed these days. Crooks that would separate you from your money are no longer just local and regional. We now must contend with hundreds of crooks, fraudsters and scammers from around the world targeting each consumer.

October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

ON THE AGENDA: Your government and schools in action

This list of local government meetings taking place this week includes just highlights from published meeting agendas that are available. To view the complete agenda, visit the web addresses included with the listings or call the entities directly.

October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

Athol to float water bond to fund system upgrades

ATHOL — Athol voters will be asked on the Nov. 6 ballot whether they support the city issuing revenue bonds of up to $3.99 million to fund water system upgrades.

Warrants
October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

Warrants

Here is this week’s list of suspected lawbreakers sought by Kootenai County police agencies and the sheriff’s office:

October 22, 2018 1 a.m.

Bounty hunter found not guilty of trespassing charge

COEUR d’ALENE — A bounty hunter accused of terrorizing a Coeur d’Alene family by threatening to break into their house to find a fugitive who wasn’t there was acquitted by a jury in First District Magistrate Court.

October 22, 2018 12:09 a.m.

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Hatley earns fourth straight

Sunday, October 21

October 21, 2018 10:21 a.m.

Fatal shooting in Post Falls

One Post Fall man is dead and another was arrested Saturday following a shooting near Post Falls.

Thai Express to open in Coeur d'Alene
October 21, 2018 1:11 a.m.

Thai Express to open in Coeur d'Alene

Many people have been eagerly waiting the opening of Thai Express in the northwest corner of Crossroads Center off Ramsey Road

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

WWAMI: Good for Idaho

As a physician of 25 years based in Sandpoint, I’ve seen the impact of training Idaho medical students in the WWAMI program in my community. While many in our state benefit from Idaho’s original medical program, not everyone understands how it works or what a great deal it is for the state.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

AP: Bias in its DNA

An AP story about Senator Pocahontas Warren’s DNA test is incorrect and has the standard anti-Trump slant. The test shows she has 1/1,024 percent of her DNA is similar to native Americans. The average American has 1/512 percent Native American DNA, so she has less than average amount of Native American genes.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 2: It's our money

Let’s clarify: voting YES for Medicaid expansion on Nov. 6 is right for Idaho. This initiative is about Idahoans taking care of Idahoans. Spaghetti feeds and Go Fund Me donations do not cover the medical bills for cancer treatments. Only health insurance keeps families from bankruptcy due to medical bills and gives them peace of mind at times of great stress.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

GameDay impressed on TV from Pullman

Wow.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

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BOYS

Time to enjoy those houseplants
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Time to enjoy those houseplants

I hate to say it, but Old Man Winter is on its way. The local “snowbirds” will soon be heading south. The rest of us … otherwise known as the “tough old birds” will be doing all manner of prepping for the frigid days and nights.

Floating Green to make maiden maintenance voyage
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Floating Green to make maiden maintenance voyage

COEUR d’ALENE — The world-famous Floating Green at The Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course is going for a ride.

Pop culture party
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Pop culture party

COEUR d’ALENE — Spider-Man was hanging out in a tree as Marty McFly, Pikachu and the Predator casually strolled by.

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October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

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Alfred ‘Al’ Edward Stein, 93

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Realize your maximum potential

A famous art professor died and went to heaven. At the pearly gates, the professor asked St. Peter, “Sir, I spent most of my life on Earth studying great art, but I have a question that has puzzled me for 30 years: Who was the greatest painter in history?”

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

HYPOCRISY: See if it fits

If I wanted to be politically correct, I would join the chorus against everything that has made America a great capitalist country, a free and independent country, and an economic powerhouse. The current rants against “Big Oil” in the lead-up to the mid-term elections is just one of many examples.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Possibilities on the prairie are profound

Development of the freshly minted “Tech URD” in Post Falls is going to cause some grief.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinal women clinch NWAC playoff berth

- WOMEN

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October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

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Ruben Richard Rohrbach, 94

Today's ghastly groaner
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Why was there music coming out of the printer?

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October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

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Lorraine Marie (Allex) Elliott, 93

Cd'A Charter gets its just des(s)erts
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Cd'A Charter gets its just des(s)erts

TWIN FALLS — The pressure in trying to 3-peat this season, Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy girls soccer coach Stacy Smith figured, was just in getting to the championship game.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

SPOILED: Sorry, but we are

As I read the opinions Oct. 17, two items struck me as how spoiled we are. First a cartoon of a boy telling his sister, who was online with Amazon, that dad said when he was a kid, they had to drive to the store to buy things. Second was an opinion/complaint of having to walk to the end of the driveway to get the paper in snow and ice rather than have it placed on the doorstep. I respect her at 70 having fear of falling.

October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

McNEIL: For U.S. House

Cristina McNeil is the Democratic candidate for U.S. House of Representatives, Idaho Congressional District 1. She will go to the House with an attitude of collaboration to make progress for the benefit of all Idahoans.

Milestone Announcements
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Milestone Announcements

ANNIVERSARY

Cut to the Chase in Post Falls
October 21, 2018 1 a.m.

Cut to the Chase in Post Falls

Post Falls continues to be a hot spot for new construction.

Saturday, October 20

October 20, 2018 11:38 p.m.

Horning leads Vikings in state 5A play-in match

GRANGEVILLE — Kelly Horning totaled 27 kills, nine blocks and 11 digs as the Coeur d’Alene Vikings rallied from two sets down to beat the Eagle Mustangs 21-25, 25-27, 25-15, 25-17, 15-8 in a state 5A play-in match Saturday.

October 20, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 20, 2018

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI In the Matter of the Estates of: LESLIE M. OLSON, Deceased. CASE NO.: CV28-18-7094 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Linda C. Olson has been appointed personal representative of the above-named decedent. All persons having claims against the decedent or his estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claim/s will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the attorney for the estate at the address indicated and filed with the Clerk of the Court. DATED this 9th day of October, 2018, /s/ Cameron Phillips CAMERON PHILLIPS ISB No. 2364 Attorney for Personal Representative 924 Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 Telephone: 208-667-5437 Fax: 208-664-2114 CDA LEGAL 483 AD# 235667 OCTOBER 13, 20, 27, 2018

Cook: Threat referred to a different CHS
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Cook: Threat referred to a different CHS

COEUR d’ALENE — A threat on social media Thursday referring to a “CHS” apparently had no connection to Coeur d’Alene High School, said Coeur d’Alene School District Superintendent Steve Cook on Friday.

Mammograms: No reason not to do it
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Mammograms: No reason not to do it

Breast cancer was the last thing on Patricia Goullette’s mind.

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October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

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Genevieve ‘Gen’ Twete, 95

ADVICE: The Common Sense Dog
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

ADVICE: The Common Sense Dog

I know I say it every week, but thank you again for the emails. They make my day. If you ever have questions about dog training, have a funny story to share, or just want to chat, feel free to email me at askdogtrainersteph@gmail.com.

Man sent to prision for video voyeurism
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Man sent to prision for video voyeurism

COEUR d’ALENE — A man who posted a nude image of his former girlfriend on a social media site was sentenced to prison for video voyeurism, but the Coeur d’Alene judge suspended the sentence and ordered a 10-day jail sentence and probation.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Lake City falls in finale

LEWISTON — In the first half, as Lake City coach Brian Fulp described, the Timberwolves couldn’t tackle or block the Lewiston Bengals in a 41-7 loss at Bengal Field on Friday night in the 5A Inland Empire League finale for both.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Kellogg tops Priest River for state 3A berth

PRIEST RIVER — The third-seeded Kellogg Wildcats beat the second-seeded Priest River Spartans in the 3A District 1 tournament to advance to state starting next Friday at Mountain View High in Meridian.

'A whole town covered in roses'
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

'A whole town covered in roses'

By DEVIN WEEKS

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October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

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Frank Addeman, 74

Robocalls, Snickers and STEM genius drivers
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Robocalls, Snickers and STEM genius drivers

Yes, this is an opinion column.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Local students honored

COEUR d’ALENE — Local students earned their way onto the select list of National Merit Semifinalists this fall. Six semifinalists — Merrick Bonar, Karson Chrispens, Ben Lambert, Grace Moehring, Dana Nicol, and Noah Reason — hail from Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy’s 62-member senior class. A seventh Charter student, Nathan Ralston, qualified as a National Merit Commended student.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

FAITHFUL OBSERVATIONS

By BOB SHILLINGSTAD

Breathing life into the old west
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Breathing life into the old west

C. Michael Dudash is a storyteller. Without uttering a word, the 66-year-old artist stimulates imaginations with eye-catching rustic oil paintings depicting scenes from the Old West.

Tea time!
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Tea time!

A tea was held Oct. 13 to benefit On Site for Seniors, a faith-based 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in 2008 that provides care for frail seniors, compassionate support and a connection to resources. (Courtesy photos)

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinals remain fourth

PENDLETON, Ore. — North Idaho College failed to gain ground on Blue Mountain in the East Region standings, falling to the Timberwolves 28-26, 25-16, 18-25, 26-24 in a Northwest Athletic Conference match on Friday night.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Vandals brace for physical Southern Utah

The Idaho Vandals insist the record of their homecoming opponent this afternoon at the Kibbie Dome, Southern Utah (1-5, 1-2 Big Sky), is deceiving.

Viks nab another league title
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Viks nab another league title

POST FALLS — Slow and steady nearly won the race for the Post Falls Trojans on Friday night.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Charter girls back in 3A title match

GIRLS

Today's ghastly groaner
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Have your heard about the new restaurant called Karma?

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

SENTENCINGS

Back in the  swing of  golf again
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Back in the swing of golf again

To anyone else, it’s just 18 holes chasing a ball around.

Explosives cause evacuation
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Explosives cause evacuation

By RALPH BARTHOLDT

Roundabout planned for deadly intersection
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Roundabout planned for deadly intersection

By BRIAN WALKER

'Curiously realistic, yet abstract'
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

'Curiously realistic, yet abstract'

Artist Mel McCuddin has returned to the Coeur d’Alene art space this month with 40 new works.

JUDD JONES: Food Plan and Prep
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

JUDD JONES: Food Plan and Prep

Four hours of preplanned food preparation per week can change your life. Okay, so this sounds a little too good or may not even make sense, right? Maybe, but doing a few hours a week to plan, cook and prepare a healthy set of meals can and will be healthier for you than eating poor nutrition choices on the fly.

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October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

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Jack Eugene Kidd, 71

The master sucker gets sucked
October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

The master sucker gets sucked

Growing up in a small town, it can be difficult to see past the city limit signs and recognize opportunity.

October 20, 2018 1 a.m.

Halloween Happenings and Fall Festivals

Looking for fun ways to celebrate everyone’s favorite candy-fueled holiday? See this year’s list of local haunts below.

Friday, October 19

October 19, 2018 3:24 p.m.

Police: Explosives have been removed; area is now safe

From the Coeur d’Alene Police Department:

October 19, 2018 2:45 p.m.

Explosives in car at CDA PD; police ask citizens to avoid the area

From the Coeur d’Alene Police Department:

October 19, 2018 8:54 a.m.

Cd'A schools updates parents about threat message

The following letter was sent by the school superintendent to parents and families of students in Coeur d’Alene Public Schools:

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

ELECTION: Feeling blue

This country is so divided that Republicans are sending mailers to terrify voters by claiming that you must vote for your Republican team to stop the socialist agenda of the liberal left. Really? If socialistic means health care (Medicare) for all, social security that each working American contributed to untouched, legal immigration at our borders without impairment, a living wage for all, etc., then I’m a socialist.

NIC named 2018 national Entrepreneurial College of the Year
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

NIC named 2018 national Entrepreneurial College of the Year

North Idaho College has been named the 2018 Heather Van Sickle Entrepreneurial College of the Year by the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE).

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

SCHROEDER: For Idaho House

Coeur d’Alene has a very special young woman candidate running for the state Legislature. Rebecca Schroeder is probably the hardest working candidate I’ve ever encountered. She strongly believes that it is the responsibility of elected officials to LISTEN to constituents. She has knocked on more than 10,000 doors with the goal of LISTENING to the people. She has held numerous public forums on a variety of issues she is passionate about.

Timberlake roars into state
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Timberlake roars into state

SPIRIT LAKE — McKeeley Tonkin totaled 26 assists, 11 digs and two kills as the top-seeded and host Timberlake Tigers swept the third-seeded Kellogg Wildcats 25-18, 25-12, 25-21 in the championship match of the 3A District 1 volleyball tournament Thursday night.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

HUNTER: An ugly Idahoan

The slaughtered family of baboons pictured in Tuesday’s, Oct. 16 edition disgusts and sickens me. The complete disregard of primate life by Fischer is shocking, and to find out that he was serving as a commissioner for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is quite the icing on that vile cake.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

You're gonna miss them when they're gone

Innocent insects inspiring nothing but human ire.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Lake City, Charter girls win openers

GIRLS

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October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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David Lee Perry

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

JORDAN: Just say no

Stumping on nothing more than aspiring to be the first female governor of our great state, and poorly backing that up by adding a desire in becoming the first Native American governor of our great country are self-serving at best. Digging deeper as the election approaches indicate Jordan has spending issues. DO NOT VOTE for someone who has their own interests in mind and who clearly, based on campaign expenditures, shows no concern for the rest of us here in Idaho. One Elizabeth Warren is enough for our country, don’t you think?

'42nd Street' comes to Coeur d'Alene
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

'42nd Street' comes to Coeur d'Alene

Aspire Community Theatre’s new season opens tonight with the tap dancing favorite, “42nd Street.”

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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FRIDAY

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

IEA endorses Rep. Paul Amador

The Idaho Education Association announced its endorsement of Paul Amador for state representative in District 4.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Dealing with dementia

It’s the sixth-leading cause of death in Idaho — and nearly half the people living with it have not been formally diagnosed.

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October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Flag flap unfolds in Post Falls

By BRIAN WALKER

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

No smelter. Doctor's orders.

COEUR d’ALENE — The proposed PacWest silicon smelter in Newport, Wash. would be bad for the health of residents in North Idaho, Eastern Washington, and Western Montana, said several local doctors on Tuesday.

Who was Joan Kroc?
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Who was Joan Kroc?

By DEVIN WEEKS

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

LEAGUE: Step up, Marines

The Marine Corps League needs a few good men and women. There are many Marines and FMF Corpsman in this area who qualify for membership. Associate membership is available for those interested in joining who don’t qualify for regular membership.

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October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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Dorothy J. Johnson

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

AFRICA: Hunting a different game

To Leslie Hilton and Diane DePriest:

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

'First Man' and 'Bad Times at the El Royale'

The claustrophobic, nuts-and-bolts approach to space travel in “First Man” stands in major contrast to what audiences typically expect from space expedition films. It resists the sweeping visuals and swelling emotions of something like “Apollo 13” to tell an intimate story of one man’s drive to a seemingly-impossible goal.

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October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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George Howard Palmer Jr.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

There’s a fine line between a numerator and a denominator.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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Gonzaga men, women picked

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

FINGER: No big deal

I’m sorry Mr. Kolb, but I had to laugh at your letter. I saw pictures all over the networks, especially the ESPN Networks. I did not see pictures or videos of a frontal view of Mr. Thomas flipping the team off. I saw more or less a side view of him sitting in the cart and that his hand was blocked out.

Prop 2: There are actually 3 choices
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Prop 2: There are actually 3 choices

The people of Idaho will soon be voting on whether to offer the medical care available under Medicaid to the 62,000 fellow citizens who are not eligible now for assistance, and who will never be able to purchase useful insurance on their own. I have heard many arguments for and against this based on several philosophical creeds, but as a physician who has struggled with these issues for decades, I think that in practical terms it boils down to just three options.

The 2018 election and 'Swede's Law'
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

The 2018 election and 'Swede's Law'

There is a very solid theory for deciphering Kootenai County politics.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 1: Deceptive supporters

It should be no surprise that Idaho native tribes are against Prop 1. Moreover, the rhetoric that has been directed toward tribes by those who support Prop 1 is simply misguided.

October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

KUDOS: From happy buyer

Last month, I bought a Toro snow blower that was on sale at Home Depot. Who couldn’t resist the pre-season price? The sale was completed with the understanding that the salesman would order an ignition key since it did not have one.

State board adopts new funding model
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

State board adopts new funding model

COEUR d’ALENE — On Thursday the Idaho State Board of Education approved a plan to fund Idaho’s public colleges and universities based on the number of graduates they produce.

Fees set for parking in new four-story downtown garage
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Fees set for parking in new four-story downtown garage

COEUR d’ALENE — Once it’s completed this year, the city’s downtown parking garage could generate as much as $90,000 annually that may be used to help fund the city’s parking program and maintenance of the city’s parks.

Memorial grandstand project  put on ice
October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

Memorial grandstand project put on ice

COEUR d’ALENE — The grandstands at Memorial Field won’t get the facelift this winter that city administrators had anticipated.

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October 19, 2018 1 a.m.

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Carl Edward Scott

Thursday, October 18

October 18, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 18, 2018

NOTICE OF AUCTION NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO IDAHO CODE 45-805, THAT ON FRIDAY October 26th 2018 at the hour of 10:00am, at A MINI STORAGE, located at 1851 N. 3rd St. Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, an auction will be held by A MINI STORAGE ON 3RD STREET for the purpose of selling any and all personal property located within: *UNIT 157 Michael Lunsford 1085 E. Walnut Ave. CDA, ID 83814 *UNIT 343 Candice Pfenning 775 W. Bellflower ln Post Falls, ID 83854 *UNIT 409 Erin Pimentel 12125 N. Friear Dr. Hayden, ID 83835 *UNIT 422 Graig Sharnetsky 8615 Woodvine dr. Hayden, ID 83835 *UNIT 170 Joshua Munch 102 Miller Ave. CDA, ID 83814 And satisfying liens against these units in favor of a Mini Storage on 3rd Street, on said personal property authorized by IDAHO CODE 45-805, NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that said liens are for unpaid rents, late fees, together with costs and fees incurred for the prosecution and sale of property, the proceeds of the sale shall be applied to the discharge of said sale. Units will be sold separately , the same day, October 26th 2018. The items being auctioned include but are not limited to : flat screen tv, vacuum, table, shelves, saw, boxes, and miscellaneous items. CDA LEGAL 480 AD# 235310 OCTOBER18, 25, 2018

Study: Metal ingested by sturgeon doesn't affect fish's population
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Study: Metal ingested by sturgeon doesn't affect fish's population

A study of sturgeon in Hells Canyon determined a significant portion of the long-lived fish have hooks and other fishing tackle in their digestive tracts, but they seem to be able to process and pass the metal without harm.

Playing through the challenges of Crohn's disease
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Playing through the challenges of Crohn's disease

The “desk of isolation” was not going to keep Elizabeth Lehosit from playing the sport she loved.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

PayPal: An old scam is making an encore

PayPal offers a valuable service by allowing us to pay for our purchases over the Internet without having to use our debit or credit cards. This helps us protect our valuable personal information. But be aware of an email phishing scam where the criminals are issuing “fake” PayPal receipts for your PayPal payment. This scam has been around a few years but has once again resurfaced.

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Drivers, wait for it …
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Drivers, wait for it …

By BRIAN WALKER

Today's ghastly groaner
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

If someone from Holland married someone from the Filipinos, would their kids be called Hollapinos?

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Have caddis, will travel

The elk hair caddis epitomizes in many ways the American West.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Montana woman pleads guilty to stealing from Forest Service fee-tubes

COEUR d’ALENE — Michaeleen Rae Herron, 45, of Lolo, Mont., pleaded guilty Thursday to theft of public money, U.S. Attorney Bart M. Davis announced. Herron was indicted by a federal grand jury in Coeur d’Alene on May 15, 2018, and has remained in federal custody since her arrest on Sept. 19, 2018.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Here's how the pledge evolved

What do magazine sales, the Nazi salute, and the threat of communism hold in common?

Those blasted buggers are back
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Those blasted buggers are back

Nancy Nelson was running in a Hayden neighborhood when she stopped and turned back.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Vandals dealing with the pain

The effort was there, even if the result wasn’t, for Idaho in last week’s heartbreaking 24-23 loss at Montana State.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinals romp past Wenatchee Valley

- VOLLEYBALL

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

Holding nose, it's back to Facebook
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Holding nose, it's back to Facebook

What should we do about Facebook?

Fewer hunters, average harvest logged at IDFG check stations
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Fewer hunters, average harvest logged at IDFG check stations

Fewer hunters in the Coeur d’Alenes so far this elk season makes the Idaho Department of Fish and Game wonder.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Join 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

COEUR d’ALENE — Families are invited to join the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Voters, note these deadlines

Two voting deadlines are coming up fast for the Nov. 6 election.

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Lyman Leroy Lambeth

County HR director resigns
October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

County HR director resigns

COEUR d'ALENE — Skye Mercer has resigned as Kootenai County's human resources director effective Dec. 3, citing "purely personal reasons."

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls play for 5A IEL title

Coeur d’Alene has dominated the 5A Inland Empire League in football over the past decade.

October 18, 2018 1 a.m.

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Haile Watson

Wednesday, October 17

October 17, 2018 2:05 p.m.

The gaming initiative--deja vu all over again

In the immortal words of that baseball great, Yogi Berra, the historical horse-racing initiative, Proposition One, is “deja vu all over again” for me. In 1986, Idaho voters approved an initiative in the general election to establish a state lottery. As Idaho Attorney General, I had warned earlier in the year that a state lottery might violate Idaho’s constitutional prohibition against gambling.

October 17, 2018 1:36 a.m.

POEM: Kavanaugh's song

It was the night before confirmation and there was great despair.

October 17, 2018 1:35 a.m.

FORD: Questions linger

Is any part of Christine Blasey Ford’s story believable?

October 17, 2018 1:32 a.m.

STURGEON: A fishy estimate

I found Syd Albright’s article on ancient fish of the dinosaur days to be rather fascinating. He said, “Scientists say the white sturgeon goes back 120 million years.”

October 17, 2018 1:31 a.m.

PRESS: Dogged delivery

Lucy Cerra has just given me an incentive to move to Leisure Park because she would deliver The Press to my doorstep on a daily basis. We used to get it that way until The Press changed their policy last September. Ever since then, it’s been deposited near the end of the driveway.

October 17, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 17, 2018

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WAYNE G. SMITH and JANICE G. SMITH, Deceased. Case No. CV28-18-7520 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned have been appointed as Personal Representative of the above-named decedents. All persons have claims against the decedents or the estates are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned at the address indicated and filed with the Clerk of the Court. DATED this 19th day of September 2018. ___________ ROBERT E. SMITH Personal Representative c/o Gore & Grewe, PS 103 E. Indiana Ave. Suite A Spokane, WA 99207 CDA LEGAL 432 AD# 232144 OCTOBER 3, 10, 17, 2018

October 17, 2018 1:30 a.m.

SPEECH: Don't stifle us

Managing public lands for the benefit of the American people is what Congress funds the National Park Service to do. That includes demonstrators just as much as tourists or hikers. While the park service may be strapped for funds, it cannot balance its budget on the backs of people seeking to exercise their constitutional rights.

October 17, 2018 1:27 a.m.

COLLUM: For lieutenant governor

Kristin Collum, Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, is truly a great lady, really on top of things. The Republican Party needs to find candidates like her. All they have left is Mary Souza.

October 17, 2018 1:26 a.m.

ENGLISH: For Idaho Senate

In a time of such intense partisanship, we need a leader. We need someone who is guided by serving the interests of all of us with reason, wisdom, integrity and a strong desire to work for the well-being of our community and state. Such a person is Cory English, candidate for the Idaho State Senate.

October 17, 2018 1:25 a.m.

GOOKIN: For county clerk

Dan Gookin is the Independent candidate for Kootenai County Clerk. Dan is a good man, honest, and very smart with some great ideas to improve local government.

October 17, 2018 1:22 a.m.

PARKING: Ticket predicament

I just wanted to take a moment to talk about the parking ticket issues with the City of Coeur d’Alene. I went and paid a few days later. In June, I received another ticket and paid with cash. I took full responsibility.

October 17, 2018 1:20 a.m.

PHOTO: Don't show us despicable pic

Printing the photo of that despicable man gloating over the senseless murder of the helpless baboons is as abhorrent as the act itself. What in the name of common decency were you thinking.

October 17, 2018 1:18 a.m.

HUNTER: Who's the animal?

I am not a hunter. However, I understand Idaho’s hunting and fishing culture. People here hunt humanely and harvest their game to feed their families. They observe licensing regulation in support of a healthy and sustainable wildlife population.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

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Halloween candy to die for
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Halloween candy to die for

Oh, yeah, it's Wednesday and that means Chat Day.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

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Man sentenced after burning ex's clothes
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Man sentenced after burning ex's clothes

Piling a former girlfriend’s clothes into a Coeur d’Alene yard and setting them on fire along with explosive aerosol cans didn’t play well Tuesday with a First District judge who ordered a five-year prison term for the perpetrator.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

North Idaho wins an 'Idol' golden ticket

You don’t need to be an “American Idol” fan to appreciate just how big a deal the two-day taping of auditions for the upcoming season is for our area. Flashback to 2010 when Julianne Hough and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest became an item and she brought him to Coeur d’Alene to meet her grandparents and frolick in Lake Coeur d’Alene. The pair enjoyed time at the lunch counter at Hudson’s Hamburgers on Sherman Avenue during one visit.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

A robust fall and winter schedule

As in years past, we resumed our schedule of winemaker dinners and tastings in September. The season got off to such a fast start that we are later than normal with writing what will be a robust schedule over the coming months. In fact, we have our events booked out through the spring of 2019! As much as our wine events are a draw for wine consumers, they are just as much a draw for winemakers from around the Western US and in some cases, around the globe. We are fortunate that many winemakers are approaching us to get on our schedule of events, but the ultimate beneficiaries are the wine consumers here in North Idaho, as they get to spend time with some of the brightest lights in our industry.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

All that work for this weekend

You’ve got to hand it some of the area soccer teams from this part of the state.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Community Library Network seeks strong volunteers

It only happens twice a year, but it takes months of planning to get the Friends of the Community Library Network’s book sale together. One of the biggest challenges for the Friends group is moving boxes to and from the book sale room.

Post Falls creates 831-acre tech URD
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Post Falls creates 831-acre tech URD

By BRIAN WALKER

Soccer, football, bowling and more
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Soccer, football, bowling and more

SELECT SOCCER

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Joshua Dean Atkinson

Osburn man killed in crash on Highway 53
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Osburn man killed in crash on Highway 53

An Osburn man died Tuesday in a vehicle crash on Highway 53 near Chase Road, west of Rathdrum.

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Robert M. Gagner Jr.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Cd'A City Council: Annex Atlas site

An ordinance approving annexation of the Atlas Waterfront, a 48-acre former millsite east of the city that is earmarked for development, was approved Tuesday by the Coeur d’Alene City Council.

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Jean Kohles

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Brain and mental health benefits of low-level laser

Mental health is a growing concern and brain function disorders are on the rise. These include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), depression, anxiety, dementia and post-traumatic stress disorder. Among our college students we are seeing anxiety as a top concern in 41.6 percent, followed by depression (36.4 percent) and relationship problems (35.8 percent). Another concern on the rise is traumatic brain injuries and it is reported that mild concussions make up 75 percent of all brain injuries. It is estimated that 1.7 million people sustain a TBI each year in the U.S. Many of these individuals are young children and teenagers playing contact sports including soccer, basketball, lacrosse, hockey and football. Another group severely impacted are our military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan, who frequently experience mild to severe TBI’s while overseas. When they return home, they often struggle with depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder. Many people struggling with TBI symptoms have poor blood flow and oxygenation to the brain tissue, increased inflammation and oxidative stress in the brain following head injuries. These factors contribute to further deterioration of the brain tissue and can lead to chronic symptoms.

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Norman Stanley Shipp, 65

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Ronald Nakonieczny, 77

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

It takes more than that to silence Cecil

The letters are always hand-delivered, pecked out on an old typewriter, double-spaced, all caps. Sometimes there’s a coffee stain or other evidence of the writer’s breakfast on the letter.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Will glass coffins become popular?

Chapman serves 'em right
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Chapman serves 'em right

COEUR d’ALENE — When Reilley Chapman stepped back to serve in the third set Tuesday night, her Lake City Timberwolves team trailed 11-7.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Sugar issues?

Do you feel irritable, shaky, queasy or lightheaded if you miss a meal or eat late? Do you have a difficult time staying away from sweets? Do you feel sick if you eat too much sugar? Do you make sure you eat three meals a day and are diligent in not forgetting? Or, do you know someone who is so incredibly grumpy when they’re hungry that you make sure they’re fed before doing anything else? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, there is a chance you (or the “someone” else) may be exhibiting signs of a poor sugar-handling mechanism. You could be hypoglycemic, diabetic or borderline on either of those.

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Cole Rutherford

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

RSVP today for Sons of Norway salmon dinner

Today is the last day to make reservations for this weekend’s salmon dinner offered by the Coeur d’Alene Sons of Norway lodge.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Lakeland upset at regionals

RATHDRUM — The Lakeland Hawks swept the Moscow Bears in both 4A Inland Empire League meetings, but the postseason turned out to be a different animal, as No. 2 seed Lakeland lost to No. 3 Moscow 25-21, 19-25, 25-18, 15-16 in the loser-out first round of the 4A Region 1 tournament Tuesday night at Hawk Court.

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John William Norris

A Dose of imagination
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

A Dose of imagination

By DEVIN WEEKS

Want to get healthy? Welcome to the club
October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Want to get healthy? Welcome to the club

Peak Health and Wellness Center will open its doors to all in the community for the fifth annual Health and Wellness Fair.

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 17, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho grads average 22.3 on ACT

COEUR d’ALENE — The ACT released scores on 2018 high school graduates today. According to the ACT report, the 36 percent of Idaho high school graduates that took the ACT this year scored an average 22.3 on the test.

Tuesday, October 16

It's Halloween time
October 16, 2018 5:37 p.m.

It's Halloween time

The spooky season is here, and creepy, freaky sights are popping up throughout Kootenai County. We found a few of our favorite Halloween decorations to share. Do you know of a great, ghoulishly decked out home? Take a photo and send it to lbenoit@cdapress.com.

NIC Murder Mystery class strikes again
October 16, 2018 2:37 p.m.

NIC Murder Mystery class strikes again

Footsteps clacked on the cobblestones behind them. They couldn’t make out the dark figure in the legendary London fog but, whoever it was, they were coming straight for them. There was nowhere to go – the figure was upon them.

October 16, 2018 2:08 p.m.

Hunter accidentally shot by partner

A Potlatch man was injured early Monday after being shot by his hunting partner, a 31-year-old man from Coeur d’Alene, reports the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office.

Smartphone Stocks: A shift to chips
October 16, 2018 12:52 p.m.

Smartphone Stocks: A shift to chips

While smartphones continue to be a mostly secure venture for those who invest in the stock market, an emerging buying trend for investors is not the actual phones, but the versatile microchips inside.

JUDD JONES: Winter is coming
October 16, 2018 12:47 p.m.

JUDD JONES: Winter is coming

To coin a phrase, “winter is coming,” and with it comes the cold and flu season. Since many of us are under the perception we need to up our vitamin consumption during winter months, I think it worth seeing if this is true or not.

ADVICE: The Common Sense Dog
October 16, 2018 12:44 p.m.

ADVICE: The Common Sense Dog

I’m always humbled when I read success stories in the emails I receive. Thank you so much for sharing and asking questions. It’s a pleasure to be a part of your journey.

Circumnavigating Pend Oreille
October 16, 2018 12:40 p.m.

Circumnavigating Pend Oreille

“I think I want to paddle the entire shoreline of Pend Oreille.”

October 16, 2018 1:35 a.m.

Kociela leads Cd'A Charter

BONNERS FERRY — Sophomore Madeline Kociela had 16 kills to lead a balanced attack as Coeur d’Alene Charter won its 3A district playoff opener 15-25, 25-22, 25-17, 25-22 at Bonners Ferry on Monday night.

October 16, 2018 1:09 a.m.

Pac-12 woes and Seahawk scenarios

It was an interesting weekend, but not much to shout about in the Northwest.

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Mark E. Crocker, 57

Growth creates more garbage, but no fee hike planned
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Growth creates more garbage, but no fee hike planned

By BRIAN WALKER

Today's ghastly groaner
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

When they’re not pillaging and plundering, how do pirates save money?

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October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

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William ‘Matt’ Matthews, 79

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Dwight Louis Smith

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Lorraine McBryde, 68

Cd'A's Heidi Poole crowned Mrs. Idaho America 2019
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Cd'A's Heidi Poole crowned Mrs. Idaho America 2019

A Coeur d’Alene mom will represent Idaho at the Mrs. America Pageant next August in Las Vegas.

Athol mayor cites internal conflicts for stepping down
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Athol mayor cites internal conflicts for stepping down

By BRIAN WALKER

Will Breadbots rule the grocery world?
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Will Breadbots rule the grocery world?

COEUR d’ALENE — It’s fresh, it’s hot, it’s good.

October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

Working toward same goal
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Working toward same goal

At Lake City High, especially when it comes to the girls soccer program, it is about each moment and getting better each time they step on the field, whether that’s practice or a match.

Political debate stinks to new low
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Political debate stinks to new low

COEUR d’ALENE — Cecil Kelly has dealt with his share of crud.

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October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

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Heidi Cherie Keele, 45

CRITTERS OF NORTH IDAHO: Grizzly Bear
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

CRITTERS OF NORTH IDAHO: Grizzly Bear

People have feared and revered bears for thousands of years. According to some archaeologists, they were even worshipped by some cultures (though this is a controversial theory).

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Howard Edward Kiefer, 89

October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Pledge in schools: Offered, not forced

News of an Atlanta school district’s removal of the pledge in public schools in August renewed nationwide debate over an old controversy. After a local teacher expressed frustration over the misinformation he’s seen on social media, the time seemed ripe to revisit this topic.

Fish and Game official resigns
October 16, 2018 1 a.m.

Fish and Game official resigns

Three former Panhandle Idaho Fish and Game Commissioners stood behind a request for Blake Fischer to resign after the commissioner from Meridian bragged about killing a family of baboons.

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William Wesley Albert, 69

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Elizabeth Kimball, 89

October 16, 2018 12:51 a.m.

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WSU broadcasting legend Bob Robertson retires
October 16, 2018 12:32 a.m.

WSU broadcasting legend Bob Robertson retires

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State’s legendary hall of fame broadcaster Bob Robertson announced Monday that he is retiring from the Cougar broadcasting booth, effective immediately.

Monday, October 15

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October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

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Lucky to be alive
October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

Lucky to be alive

A roughly 500-pound grizzly bear galloped toward Bob Legasa early Saturday morning.

Warrants
October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

Warrants

From Coeur d'Alene to Hollywood
October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

From Coeur d'Alene to Hollywood

COEUR d’ALENE — Ryan Seacrest strolled down the dock at the Hagadone Event Center on a gloriously sunny morning and said that he had been to Coeur d’Alene in the past.

October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

Stay tuned to see how Sears story goes

Here it comes. It is reported that Sears has been working with its advisors and trying to decide whether to file a Chapter 11 bankruptcy request or a Chapter 7 request. Both will affect consumers’ rights and could affect pension plans of retired Sears employees.

October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

The Arctic Ocean continues to warm up

Ocean temperatures continue to warm up across the globe. Scientists and forecasters in Australia and at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are calling for the formation of a new El Nino, the abnormal warming of sea-surface temperatures, before we see the end to 2018.

New LCSC president enthusiastic about school's future
October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

New LCSC president enthusiastic about school's future

COEUR d’ALENE — Lewis-Clark State College offers a private school experience at a public school price.

October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

Comment deadline set for Avista proposal

State regulators are accepting comments on an Avista Utilities proposal to develop performance standards for its Idaho customers.

October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

ON THE AGENDA: Your government and schools in action

This list of local government meetings taking place this week includes just highlights from published meeting agendas that are available. To view the complete agenda, visit the web addresses included with the listings or call the entities directly.

October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

School and Senior Meals

School menus

Creative space in the marketplace
October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

Creative space in the marketplace

COEUR d’ALENE — Ribbons with rings, lights on strings and other creative, colorful things were all on display Sunday during the Coeur d'Alene Makers Market in The Coeur d'Alene Resort.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 15, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

What school does a music scale go to? I don’t know but it sure takes a lot of notes.

Sunday, October 14

October 14, 2018 11:37 p.m.

ESPN's 'College GameDay' coming to Pullman for first time

PULLMAN ­— ESPN’s “College GameDay”, the popular three-hour ESPN program aired live from a different site each week of the football season, is headed to Pullman this week in anticipation of No. 25 Washington State’s game Saturday against No. 12 Oregon at sold-out Martin Stadium.

Cd'A Charter triumphs again
October 14, 2018 9:01 a.m.

Cd'A Charter triumphs again

RATHDRUM — The Coeur d’Alene Charter Academy girls soccer team did not need any luck to win Saturday morning’s 3A District 1-2 championship game.

Profile by Sanford nutrition, lifestyle store to open
October 14, 2018 1:31 a.m.

Profile by Sanford nutrition, lifestyle store to open

The grand opening celebration for Profile by Sanford will be 4-7 p.m. Thursday in Crossroads Center, 2824 N. Ramsey Road. It will offer Profile appetizers, mix and mingle prizes and giveaways.

October 14, 2018 1:29 a.m.

Two injured after car-moose crash

Two people were injured after their car struck a moose early Saturday morning on U.S. 95 south of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho State Police reported.

Enjoy Sandpoint's fall colors at the new Sandcreek Lofts
October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Enjoy Sandpoint's fall colors at the new Sandcreek Lofts

Vibrant reds, oranges and yellows are taking over North Idaho, and there’s no better locale than Sandpoint to take in the autumn beauty.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

BROOKS: Not a fan

Mr. Brooks now claims to be politically “victimized” like Judge Kavanaugh? He must be speaking of the time Judge Kavanaugh stated “If you don’t like my rulings, move … and don’t let the door hit you in the rear.”

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Don't look back in the business world

A farmer famed for his agricultural knowhow once hired a neighbor’s teenage son to help him do the spring plowing. The farmer believed in letting people do their work without undue supervision, so he placed the boy on the tractor and went over the hill to work on another field. Anxious to plow straight furrows, the inexperienced teenager kept looking over his shoulder to check how he was doing.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

DMV: Third time the charm

Such a pretty day, we thought let’s go renew our driver’s licenses. Big. big mistake.

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Amy Jo Barron

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Loretta Mae Park

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

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GOAL: Turkeys & More thanks supporters

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

PHOTO: Furious over finger

I was greatly appalled that the Coeur d’Alene Press Sports Department would publish on Monday, Oct. 1, the absolute distasteful picture of Seattle Seahawks crybaby player Earl Thomas being carted off the field in the game at Arizona with his index finger raised so all could see.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

DEMOCRATS: God is frowning

When will the Democratic Party admit that they are using the Rules for Radicals and the Communist Manifesto as their “bible?” Community organizing, violence, harassment, false accusations, reeducation camps and murder are some of the methods the Communists use. There may be a few Democrats who do not agree with the majority of the party, but if the majority of the party does not change, they will cease to exist. Where did the Blue Dog Democrats go?

Perfecting the pipes
October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Perfecting the pipes

COEUR d’ALENE — The rooms above Community United Methodist Church's celebration hall aren't used for storage or spare space.

Candidate defends stance that she's the 'real Idahoan' in race
October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Candidate defends stance that she's the 'real Idahoan' in race

COEUR d’ALENE — During a Press interview Thursday, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan doubled down on her Sept. 21 comments with 670 KBOI radio host Nate Shelman that she is “the only real Idahoan, the only real American running for this position as governor of a state in our country.”

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

'I had no idea' just won't cut it, guys

Please do something really important today.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

ADDIS: For state House

In this hyper-polarized election season, sometimes emotions can take over rhetoric. Partisan politics aside, I’m supporting my friend, Jim Addis, for Legislative District 4. Jim’s long track record supporting and advocating on behalf of Coeur d’Alene has earned my vote.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinal women battle past Yakima Valley in physical game

- WOMEN’S SOCCER

Community steps up for cancer patients
October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Community steps up for cancer patients

With October being National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it seemed a good time to review the support Kootenai Health and the Foundation provides to local cancer patients. There are walks, fun runs, and other local events which are a great way to build awareness and show moral support for patients and survivors.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

GOOKIN: For county clerk

Kootenai County is fortunate to have a better choice for County Clerk: Dan Gookin.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

The police caught two youths last night — one was eating batteries and the other was eating fireworks.

Jordan outlines path to victory
October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

Jordan outlines path to victory

COEUR d’ALENE — Democratic nominee for governor and former state legislator Paulette Jordan says her background has prepared her to serve as the Gem State’s next governor.

October 14, 2018 1 a.m.

DMV: The beat goes on

My daughter is getting her first driver’s license — well, trying. Within 8 minutes of opening there were 41 people and an estimated 5-hour wait per the sign on the computer. Elderly people with no computer knowledge are assisted in the computer sign in by other customers in line. They have five windows, but only three seem active. This my daughter’s fifth time trying to navigate a broken system.

Saturday, October 13

October 13, 2018 11:38 p.m.

Swider steers Coeur d'Alene boys to state

- BOYS

October 13, 2018 11:38 p.m.

Post Falls' Astrauskas, Sandpoint's Norling, Schoening shine

COEUR d’ALENE — Natasha Astrauskas won in the 200-yard individual medley, as well as the 100 butterfly for Post Falls in duals with Sandpoint, Lewiston, Bonners Ferry and Moscow at the Kroc Center on Saturday.

Timberlake's  time on top
October 13, 2018 11:38 p.m.

Timberlake's time on top

RATHDRUM — After both Bonners Ferry and Timberlake qualified for the state 3A soccer tournament on Thursday, some might have thought the pressure was off.

October 13, 2018 11:38 p.m.

Vandals lose a heartbreaker

BOZEMAN, Mont. — The Idaho Vandals thought they had tied the game, and possibly headed to overtime, when David Ungerer turned a planned double-reverse pass into a 5-yard touchdown with 3:07 remaining Saturday afternoon.

October 13, 2018 11:38 p.m.

St. Maries clinches top seed to 2A districts

GRANGEVILLE — Kaci Haeg had 17 kills and four aces as the St. Maries Lumberjacks wrapped up the No. 1 seed to the 2A District 1-2 tournament by sweeping the Grangeville Bulldogs 25-22, 25-11, 25-17 in Central Idaho League play on Saturday.

Brrr in Bozeman, then and now
October 13, 2018 11:38 p.m.

Brrr in Bozeman, then and now

Seeing the pictures of snow in Bozeman on Saturday morning reminded me of my first — and only — trip to that central Montana city.

October 13, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 13, 2018

NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI In the Matter of the Estates of: LESLIE M. OLSON, Deceased. CASE NO.: CV28-18-7094 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Linda C. Olson has been appointed personal representative of the above-named decedent. All persons having claims against the decedent or his estate are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claim/s will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the attorney for the estate at the address indicated and filed with the Clerk of the Court. DATED this 9th day of October, 2018, /s/ Cameron Phillips CAMERON PHILLIPS ISB No. 2364 Attorney for Personal Representative 924 Sherman Ave. Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 Telephone: 208-667-5437 Fax: 208-664-2114 CDA LEGAL 483 AD# 235667 OCTOBER 13, 20, 27, 2018

Today's ghastly groaner
October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

The pope recently purchased an avocado farm.

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Seltice shuffle

By RALPH BARTHOLDT

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

FAITHFUL OBSERVATIONS: Strong marriages are the key

We have done a number of interviews with faith-based organizations that serve the homeless, addicted, foster children and incarcerated and we always ask the basic questions: What is the main cause of the problem? and What is the answer? Without exception the answer is the same. We need marriages that stay together and families that provide love, stability and direction. Most of the cases are from broken homes.

For carriers like Cerra, today's a special day
October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

For carriers like Cerra, today's a special day

Nothing can stop Lucy Cerra from delivering the newspaper directly to her customers’ doors in Leisure Park.

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Candidate forums slated later this month

COEUR d'ALENE — Two forums featuring candidates in the Nov. 6 general election will be held later this month in the Coeur d'Alene Library's Community Room.

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

SENTENCINGS

Trucks, cars  and candy bars
October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Trucks, cars and candy bars

By DEVIN WEEKS

Finlay's  sentence  upheld
October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Finlay's sentence upheld

COEUR d’ALENE — Tyler Finlay’s 15-year prison sentence will remain in place, and the Lakeland High graduate convicted of manslaughter will stay in prison for at least another three years before a parole board decides if he should be released, a judge ordered Friday.

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Chiefs win opener of road trip

SWIFT CURRENT, Saskatchewan — Defense and solid goaltending helped the Spokane Chiefs shut down the defending WHL champions and earn a 4-1 victory over the host Broncos on Friday night.

County  financial  access  a hot point
October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

County financial access a hot point

COEUR d'ALENE — Dollars and sense about Kootenai County's financial system became a hotly debated topic in the race for clerk during a meeting of Republicans on Friday.

Disneyland or dreary? How you see North Idaho
October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Disneyland or dreary? How you see North Idaho

Looking back …

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October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

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Laurence James Leahy Jr., 87

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

Correction

- Cory English, candidate for state senator in District 4, was misidentified as her husband, Dan English, a Coeur d’Alene city councilor, in a list of candidates published in a story in Tuesday’s edition.

October 13, 2018 1 a.m.

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- Friday’s story about a bank merger incorrectly stated that Jack Gustavel, founder of Idaho Independent Bank, would be retained as regional president of First Interstate Bank. Jack’s son, current IIB President and CEO Kurt Gustavel, will stay on as First Interstate’s regional president for Idaho and eastern Washington.

Special kind of night for Vikings
October 13, 2018 12:26 a.m.

Special kind of night for Vikings

COEUR d’ALENE — Coeur d’Alene has found ways to run past opponents.

October 13, 2018 12:25 a.m.

Sandpoint upends Lakeland

RATHDRUM — Now it’s packed at the top of the 4A Inland Empire League.

October 13, 2018 12:25 a.m.

Hall's big night sparks Lakeside

- FOOTBALL

Remembering  the Motown  madness with Ernie
October 13, 2018 12:25 a.m.

Remembering the Motown madness with Ernie

To be honest, following the Seattle Seahawks’ playoff run following the 2005 season was already pretty special.

October 13, 2018 12:25 a.m.

Young Post Falls headed to playoffs

POST FALLS — Cole Rutherford made the play that appeared to put Post Falls in control of Friday

October 13, 2018 12:25 a.m.

Vandals look to weather Bobcats' running QB

At first, the loss of Chris Murray to academic ineligiblity meant opposing teams didn’t have to prepare for a running quarterback at Montana State.

Friday, October 12

October 12, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 12, 2018

ADVERTISEMENT FOR REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Submittals for Regional Geotechnical-Testing Services will be received by Division of Public Works, State of Idaho, at 502 N. 4th Street, P.O. Box 83720, Boise, Idaho 83720-0072 beginning immediately, until 2:00 pm, local time, on October 19, 2018 for Geotechnical-Testing, State- wide. A written Request for Qualifica- tions and other information are available at the Division of Public Works, 502 N 4th Street, Boise, ID 83720-0072; contact Gary Groff, Project Manager at: (208) 332-1919. The RFQ is also available for viewing and printing at the following website: dpw.idaho.gov An Idaho Engineering License is required to submit a proposal on this project. Barry J. Miller, Deputy Administrator Division of Public Works CDA LEGAL 442 AD# 233084 OCTOBER 5, 12, 2018

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

TRUMP: Poisoning the people

Trump’s EPA has suggested a small amount of plutonium-induced lung cancer is good for you. Uranium-ingested stomach cancer in your kids is as healthy as ultraviolet sunshine-induced skin cancer. It is really healthy for the bottom line by reducing environmental costs of nuclear materials processors.

Finlay seeks reduced sentence
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Finlay seeks reduced sentence

A Rathdrum man serving prison time for manslaughter has been returned to the Kootenai County jail to have his sentence reconsidered today in First District Court after accusing a judge of bias in the case.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

DEMOCRACY: Try this, America

Is our democracy working? Why are the rich getting richer and the poor getting poorer? That must indicate that all economic classes are not represented effectively in the government. Or does it mean that we are not working together as a nation to assure that all are equally treated, have the same opportunities? Is the nation’s government in a rut which they cannot climb out of? Or can we still save ourselves? If so, how?

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

BLUMENTHAL: Hypocritical spokesman

Senator Blumenthal, tell us about your service in Vietnam. We’ve been told it didn’t happen. YOU LIED!

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

GRATEFUL: Bad day averted

I would like to express my gratitude to two local businesses and every one of their excellent employees, as well as GEICO Insurance, who all went beyond ordinary customer service to help me.

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October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

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Jean Marie Bellamy, 87

3Cs to kick-start craft fair season Oct. 20
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

3Cs to kick-start craft fair season Oct. 20

Those generous gals of Cancer and Community Charities are at it again! This time, join them at the Coeur d’Alene Boys and Girls Club on Oct. 20 to kick off the holiday shopping season with the second 3Cs Craft Fair and Bake Sale.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

DUNCAN: For county commissioner

It’s essential that we vote our values, so I’ll be voting for Leslie Duncan for Kootenai County Commissioner. Leslie understands that tax dollars come from the taxpayers and should be budgeted responsibly and county commissioners must avoid raising taxes whenever possible. She’ll make sure our land use laws are fair and protect the rights of property owners while following the U.S. and Idaho Constitutions. She’ll weigh the options, consider possible outcomes and develop the right position.

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Kenneth L. Allen, 55

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

BRANNON: Honest, fair, conservative

As a former Kootenai County Commissioner, I witnessed firsthand Jim Brannon’s honesty, fairness and commitment to conservative values. During the budget hearing process, Jim and his staff made the process as efficient and streamlined as possible. Every year Jim would make suggestions to the BOCC on how government may run more efficiently and reduced the clerk’s office annual budget. During indigent hearings, Jim and his staff consistently applied the law while having compassion for those in need of county services. The clerk’s office is tasked with safeguarding protected and sensitive information. Jim understands Idaho Code and has fought to maintain separation of powers and duties of the clerk’s office against extremists who would like to have access to this information.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

NEWCOMERS: Leave baggage behind

Years ago, the people of North Idaho did not welcome Californians relocating in Idaho. To give you an example, one morning we went to breakfast in Coeur d’Alene. At the next table, two couples from California were talking. One person was advising the newcomers. He said, “The first thing to do is get an Idaho license on your car and keep your old California license out of sight.” Not a very welcome environment! We should genuinely welcome them!

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

NIC to present plays

The North Idaho College Theatre Department presents “Philip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread,” by David Ives, and “SYM” by Gerard Mathes at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 18-20, and Oct. 25-27, in NIC’s Boswell Hall Schuler Performing Arts Center on NIC’s main campus.

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October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

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Ferman Joseph Pasold, 85

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Patrick Adams

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

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FRIDAY

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

TRUMP: Compare and contrast

What do Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have in common? They love socialism, hate President Trump and are gearing up to run for president in 2020. With every Trump success comes a deeper, more vocal hate for him (the Kavanagh hearings will attest to that) So, let’s look at Trump and Democrat differences. For starters:

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

ENGLISH: For state Senate

In a recent column in the Coeur d’Alene Press, Chuck Malloy reports that District 4 State Sen. Mary Souza “as with other Republicans, says Idaho is on the right track with education.”

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

WRITERS: Try this on

It’s too bad more people in our community do not spend their time volunteering instead of trying to think of something nasty to write. Volunteering really makes you feel good and makes people happy instead of disgusted.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Several Democrats raking in the cash

By BRIAN WALKER

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Dalton Gardens word wars warm up

By RALPH BARTHOLDT

Vets Stand Down donates for scholarship
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Vets Stand Down donates for scholarship

Organizers of the annual North Idaho Veterans Stand Down have donated $10,000 to the North Idaho College Foundation to establish a scholarship endowment at NIC to support veteran students in perpetuity.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Timberlake gets its kicks, on to state for first time

RATHDRUM — After splitting in regular season matches, Thursday’s semifinal in the 3A District 1-2 tournament between Timberlake and St. Maries was just like the previous close matchups.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

The Dockter is in as Timberlake advances

RATHDRUM — Battling into the second overtime, Timberlake junior Kaylee Dockter found herself in the right place at the right time.

A venomized 'Venom' movie review
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

A venomized 'Venom' movie review

A Venom movie without Spider-Man is a terrible idea.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

I’ve found a job helping a one-armed typist do capital letters.

NIC to host humanities conference Nov. 3
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

NIC to host humanities conference Nov. 3

The community is invited to the third annual 2018 Northwest Undergraduate Conference in Humanities, which will be held at North Idaho College from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3.

Drone racer takes off
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Drone racer takes off

By BRIAN WALKER

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 2: An ACA encore

The Nov. 6 election is important, not only in terms of whom we elect to office, but also with regard to how we vote on the propositions before us. As you may recall, Obamacare, aka the [Un]Affordable Care Act (ACA), was written into law at the federal level by Democrats. No one was exempt from its onerous dictates, nor its ever-increasing expense. President Trump and the Republican Congress freed us from the mandate to pay for unaffordable health insurance with extremely high deductibles that don’t really cover us for anything, except in extraordinary circumstances. In other words, our insurance premiums were a tax to cover the cost of subsidized medical insurance for other people.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Avista to host energy fair in Coeur d'Alene

Area residents can learn about energy efficiency, managing their home energy bills and more at the free Avista Energy Fair. It will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 17 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Silver Lake Mall, 200 W. Hanley Ave.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Caption correction

Local artists and husband and wife collaborative team Allen and Mary Dee Dodge received the Excellence in the Arts award Wednesday night at the Coeur d'Alene Arts Commission's 23rd annual Mayor's Awards in the Arts celebration, not the Support of the Arts award as stated in the photo caption in Thursday's Press. They received the Support of the Arts award 20 years ago.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

KAVANAUGH: Democrats' plan backfires

The Democrats are in self-destruct mode. Their lynch mob mentality was their undoing. Their rage against Judge Brett Kavanaugh was turned back upon themselves. They had the votes to deny him confirmation until they tried to destroy his reputation with unfounded, unconfirmed, slanderous accusations that backfired. They outraged the majority of the public and Congress. They demanded an FBI investigation, which was their undoing, as the FBI found no evidence at all to substantiate any of their claims.

Merger includes two local banks
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Merger includes two local banks

A Billings, Mont.-based community bank with more than 120 branches throughout six states will acquire two Kootenai County banks and expand its presence in Idaho.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

VOTERS: Now hear this

Are you ready to vote? The League of Women Voters of Kootenai County wants to remind you that registering to vote is the first step to participating in our democracy. Now is the time to get registered or verify that your registration is current. If you have changed your name or moved, you need to re-register. If you haven’t voted in the past four elections, your voter registration may have been purged. You can check your registration at the Idaho Votes website: https://idahovotes.gov/

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Timberlake completes unbeaten run through IML

SPIRIT LAKE — McKeeley Tonkin had 26 assists, five digs and two aces, and the Timberlake Tigers completed an undefeated run through the Intermountain League with a 25-12, 25-19, 25-13 victory over the visiting Bonners Ferry Badgers on Tuesday night.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Arm yourself with truly valuable info

Don’t tell anyone, but there might be some local election momentum building.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

KAVANAUGH: One bright light

Dr. Christine Blasey Ford credibly answered questions about her sexual assault at the age of 15, and she did so, as she put it, “terrified” to be testifying there in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee — being televised and all. But she felt it was her “civic duty.”

Stories from a forbidden land
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Stories from a forbidden land

COEUR d’ALENE — In the shadow of the imposing Tower of Juche in Pyongyang, North Korea, is a place where North Koreans get to have a little fun — the Golden Lane Bowling Alley.

Primary election circus leaves town
October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

Primary election circus leaves town

You can get up off your knees, North Idaho.

October 12, 2018 1 a.m.

STREETS: Time now to plan

Let’s review the city of Coeur d’Alene winter street maintenance, particularly Christmas and all the holiday season. The Coeur d’Alene Resort, all the downtown stores, restaurants, bars and other businesses put forth tremendous effort to make downtown fabulous. Starting the day after Thanksgiving with a parade, fireworks and treats for kids. There are boat cruises all around the lake with shoreline Santa Claus, lights and music. People come from everywhere to see the sights and enjoy the season with all the festivities.

Thursday, October 11

October 11, 2018 10:01 a.m.

Building an unbearable hothouse for future generations

Earth’s future generations will undoubtedly spend a good deal of their time cursing us for condemning them to an unbearably hot planet. They will be confounded by our utter disregard of the present scientific consensus that Earth is headed for a global warming disaster. They will wonder how we could have been so selfish that we would not have taken reasonable action to cut down on greenhouse gas emissions.

Team together
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Team together

COEUR d’ALENE — Lake City senior midfielder Nolan Meehan has enjoyed everything about his final season with his friends.

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Lots of volleyball greatness around here

Lake City High did a cool thing the other night, inviting back former Timberwolf volleyball players and coaches as part of “Alumni Night” festivities prior to Lake City’s home match with Coeur d’Alene.

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October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

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Hooray for Mr. Mac Day
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Hooray for Mr. Mac Day

By JUDD WILSON

Today's ghastly groaner
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

What did the stubborn, fabric-bound book say to the leather books?

Garwood grizzly  has a new home
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Garwood grizzly has a new home

By RALPH BARTHOLDT

And now, time for the good stuff
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

And now, time for the good stuff

Sorry for doing things backward.

No trick: Halloween is a town in Oregon
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

No trick: Halloween is a town in Oregon

Halloween ain’t what it used to be.

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

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Nicole Rozier

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Never be too prepared when saving trees from branch-busting deer

I have lived around ornamental and fruit trees in deer country a long time and alas, complacency!

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Road closures on the St. Joe Forest

Road closures on the St. Joe National Forest may affect hunters heading into the woods for the general elk season.

Collum: Know me and you'll vote for me
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Collum: Know me and you'll vote for me

COEUR d’ALENE — “People have to know who I am, know my opponent, and consider who is the better qualified person. And that’s all it takes.”

Head north for Lake Pend Oreille walleye
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Head north for Lake Pend Oreille walleye

Lake Pend Oreille walleye live mostly in the rivers and the northern portions of the lake although they regularly move, sometimes great distances, according to recent research by Idaho Fish And Game.

Howard knows he's running  uphill
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Howard knows he's running uphill

COEUR d’ALENE — W. Scott Howard is a gold Libertarian in a world of Republican red and Democratic blue.

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Expect delays for road work in Coeur d'Alene River Ranger District

Forest visitors to the Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District may encounter delays as road construction projects continue into the fall. Alternate routes may be unpaved, narrow, and present difficulties for vehicles with large trailers.

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinal women stay in East hunt

- WOMEN

Narrowed down to Nebraska
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Narrowed down to Nebraska

As soon as Ridge Lovett got home from wrestling practice on Monday, the Post Falls High senior sat down and thought about his future.

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Joseph ‘Joey’ Donald Kresge

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Yo ho ho! Mess with scam callers

Jolly Roger (jollyrogertelephone.com) is a new program using artificial intelligence (AI) to drive scam callers crazy. The program “engages” the live caller using AI to keep them on the phone as long as possible and to frustrate them to no end. If you’d like to hear an example, go to: https://bit.ly/2pJbTh1

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Cougar Fire closure rescinded

The Idaho Panhandle National Forests has rescinded the roads, trails and area closure for the Cougar Fire on the Sandpoint Ranger District. The construction closure is still in place for the Lightning Creek Road No. 419 from milepost nine, north of the East Fork bridge, to milepost 14 north of Rattle Creek bridge, and Auxor Road No. 489 to the junction with the No. 419 road, on the west side of Wellington Bridge.

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

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Biggest fish, biggest payout marks Bayview's OktoberFish
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Biggest fish, biggest payout marks Bayview's OktoberFish

Bayview resident Chad Cadnum pulled off what his friend and Bayview celebrity Ralph Jones had done for more than a decade before passing the torch.

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Hunter's Breakfast Saturday, Sunday in Rose Lake

The Rose Lake Historical Society will host its annual Hunter’s Breakfast this weekend.

Coeur d'Alene's  'Oscars'
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene's 'Oscars'

By DEVIN WEEKS

October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

League races take shape this week

Last week was supposed to be a measuring stick between the top two teams in the 5A IEL.

Post Falls man lands a boat in fishing derby
October 11, 2018 1 a.m.

Post Falls man lands a boat in fishing derby

Sometimes it takes a whole life to float your boat.

Wednesday, October 10

October 10, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 10, 2018

NOTICE OF ELECTION CANCELLATION THE PREVIOUSLY ADVER- TISED ELECTION FOR TWO DIRECTORS FOR THE AVONDALE IRRIGATION DISTRICT WILL NOT BE HELD ON NOVEMBER 6, 2018. ONLY ONE DECLARATION OF CANDIDACY FOR EACH POSITION WAS FILED WITH THE DISTRICT BY SEPTEMBER 28, 2018, THEREFORE, BY IDAHO CODE 43-201A, THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HEREBY DECLARE THAT RON MCINTIRE IS ELECTED VICE-CHAIRMAN FOR A 3 YEAR TERM AND RON RENO IS ELECTED DIREC- TOR FOR A 2 YEAR TERM FOR THE AVONDALE IRRI- GATION DISTRICT. BARB DAWSON SECRETARY TREASURER CDA LEGAL 474 AD# 234703 OCTOBER 10, 2018

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Worley man arrested in Connecticut for felony violations

COEUR d’ALENE — A 68-year-old Worley man was arrested in Norwalk, Conn., last week for allegedly violating a restraining order 10 times.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

IML champ Timberlake rolls

KELLOGG — Ashlyn Mallet and Brooke Jessen had seven kills each as the Timberlake Tigers swept the Kellogg Wildcats 25-17, 25-17, 25-16 in Intermountain League play Tuesday night at Andrews Gymnasium.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Bureaucratese should be a dead language

Congratulations to North Idaho College trustees and administrators who refuse to sit still with a pretty good hand of cards.

Idaho's top treat is a trick
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho's top treat is a trick

Chat Day!

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Roberts lead Cardinal men to second place at Lilac Invitational

LIBERTY LAKE — Nick Roberts finished tied for first for North Idaho College, firing a two-day total of 140 to lead the Cardinals to a runner-up finish in the inaugural Lilac Invitational at Liberty Lake Golf Course on Tuesday.

Experience matters
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Experience matters

COEUR d’ALENE — At this point in the season, experience matters.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Lifetime of lessons learned from my father

Oct. 12, 2004, was a Tuesday, a beautiful bonus summer-like blue sky sunshiny autumn day. It was a day I will never forget ... not the sunshine or the sounds or the words that came out of a doctor’s mouth as I stood alone in the “quiet room” at Kootenai Medical Center’s emergency room waiting for my mother to arrive. “We tried to resuscitate him but he was already gone.”

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John Sylvester Fay, 82

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

When your heart goes a-fluttering

When your heart flutters it can be a scary experience. If any other organ has a glitch, we don’t worry near as much as when it is the heart. While not all heart flutters are serious, it’s important to know if it is the serious kind or not.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

TRUMP: An economic checkup

Donald Trump castigates the Obama Administration for issues brought on by his own party.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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Vandal Booster luncheon

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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Rayborn shines as Lake City whacks Cd'A

COEUR d’ALENE — As if the Lake City High volleyball team didn’t have enough weapons for its opponents to worry about.

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October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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James R. Chase

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Bea Jarstad

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October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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Lauren Forster

CHS Key Club: Thirsty for change
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

CHS Key Club: Thirsty for change

By DEVIN WEEKS

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October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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Linda Marie Sabatke

So you want to study big mammals, do you?
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

So you want to study big mammals, do you?

By RALPH BARTHOLDT

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October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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David Lee Lindahl, 77

Taking students where they're at
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Taking students where they're at

By BRIAN WALKER

Today's ghastly groaner
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

A man is checking his luggage at an airline counter.

Movers and shakers
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Movers and shakers

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 2: It's your secret

The two-party system is killing responsible governance. If the Republicans like something, the Democrats hate it, and if the Democrats like something the Republicans hate it. Our elected officials feel they must toe the party line, and that kills all reasonable discussion about what is right for Idaho.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

VOTERS: Pick a party

Our nation is in serious trouble because we have gotten away from the constitutional government our founders gave us. They gave us three branches of government: the legislative branch (to make laws), the executive branch (to enforce laws), and the judicial branch (to give opinion — no real power). They were to “check and balance” each other.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Lakeland bows out with loss to Moscow

MOSCOW — Lakeland had its season come to the end in the opening round of the 4A Region 1 tournament, falling 4-0 to the Moscow Bears on Tuesday at the Community Playfields.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

GRIZZLY: Rest of the story

Reading the Oct. 4 article regarding the killing of a grizzly bear, my interest was piqued by the last paragraph regarding a hunting guide killed by a grizzly on Sept. 14. I did not recall seeing anything in the paper regarding the incident. So, hello Google. Holy Cow! Why weren’t the details of that incident published here?

Full house discusses Hayden levy override
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Full house discusses Hayden levy override

HAYDEN — City officials met with city residents Tuesday night to discuss the upcoming Nov. 6 levy override vote.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

AMENDMENT: Step up, senator

Sen. Jim Risch laments how other senators “look at you like you have three heads” when proposing controlling federal spending. Is that any surprise when corporations can donate unlimited money to influence what these senators support?

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

A momma's brain: The fourth trimester

So, I wish I knew what I know now about how a mother’s brain literally changes during pregnancy and afterward. We’ve known for years about all the physical changes, but it’s only been the last few years that research has uncovered powerful evidence of what occurs in a mothers brain. The level of cognitive changes is incredible and a lead researcher on pregnancy and the brain, Elseline Hoekzema, at Leiden University in the Netherlands states, “I’ve never seen anything like this in any of the data sets I’ve worked with. In a way, it’s no surprise given the extreme nature of the hormone floods that women are exposed to during this period, but still, I hadn’t expected such remarkably robust findings and this degree of differentiation,” when describing how much a women’s brain changes during this stage of her life.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

AMADOR: For Idaho House

The people of Coeur d’Alene are lucky to have the chance to reelect Paul Amador in the upcoming election. Paul is a candidate of great character, strong leadership and thoughtful decision-making.

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October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

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James Oliver LePard

Soccer, bowling, football and more
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Soccer, bowling, football and more

WRESTLING

Brooks campaign matter settled
October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Brooks campaign matter settled

By BRIAN WALKER

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Wine torture

What is the proper way to store wine? It is one of the most frequent questions we get in the shop from wine consumers, and it is asked by everyone who buys the $15 and under bottles to the big-time collector ones. The answer, like so many things in the wine world, is: it depends. There are a few things that should always be avoided so your wine is not tortured, which regardless of what you paid for the bottle, will have deleterious effects.

October 10, 2018 1 a.m.

Getting a good look at the finish line

When it comes to the state cross country meet, two out of every three years, teams from North Idaho might be at a little bit of a disadvantage as far as knowing the course beforehand.

Tuesday, October 9

Parade of Homes, a successful celebration of  North Idaho's 'latest and greatest' in home building
October 9, 2018 11:28 a.m.

Parade of Homes, a successful celebration of North Idaho's 'latest and greatest' in home building

Attendance was high, the weather was beautiful and as always, the homes were spectacular.

October 9, 2018 1:34 a.m.

Chip Shots

HOLE-IN-ONE

October 9, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 9, 2018

CASPER J. RANKIN (SBN 9107) LEWIS N. STODDARD (SBN 7766) SYDNEY K. LEAVITT (SBN 8933) ALDRIDGE PITE, LLP 13125 W PERSIMMON LN, STE 150 BOISE, ID 83713 Telephone: (208) 908-0709 Facsimile: (858) 726-6254 E-mail: sleavitt@aldridgepite.com Attorneys for Plaintiff OFC II HOLDINGS, LLC SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION ON COMPLAINT FOR JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE AND DECLARATORY RELIEF Case No. CV28-18-4798 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI OFC II HOLDINGS, LLC, Plaintiff, v. SHERYL L. BRENGELMAN; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, ASSIGNS AND DEVISEES OF MARK BRENGELMAN AKA MARK LEON BRENGELMAN; ANDDOES 1 THROUGH 20, INCLUSIVE, including all parties with an interest in and/or residing in real property commonly known as, 16817 N. Right Fork Rd., Hauser, ID 83854 aka 16817 N. Right Fork Rd., Post Falls, ID 83854, and legally described as: THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUATER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER AND THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER LYING WEST OF RIGHT FORK ROAD, ALL IN SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 52 NORTH, RANGE 5 WEST, BOISE MERIDIAN, KOOTENAI COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO, Defendants. TO: DEFENDANTS SHERYL L. BRENGELMAN; THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, ASSIGNS AND DEVISEES OF MARK BRENGELMAN AKA MARK LEON BRENGELMAN and DOES 1 through 20, inclusive, including all parties with an interest in and/or residing in real property commonly known as 16817 N. RIGHT FORK RD., HAUSER, ID 83854 AKA 16817 N. RIGHT FORK RD., POST FALLS, ID 83854: You have been sued by OFC II Holdings, LLC, the Plaintiff, in the District Court in and for the County of Kootenai, Idaho, Case No. CV28-18-4798. The nature of the claim against you is an action for declaratory relief and judicial foreclosure of the real property currently known as 16817 N. RIGHT FORK RD., HAUSER, ID 83854 AKA 16817 N. RIGHT FORK RD., POST FALLS, ID 83854 and legally described as THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUATER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER AND THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF THE SOUTH HALF OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER LYING WEST OF RIGHT FORK ROAD, ALL IN SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 52 NORTH, RANGE 5 WEST, BOISE MERIDIAN, KOOTENAI COUNTY, STATE OF IDAHO. Any time after 21 days following the last publication of this summons, the court may enter a judgment against you without further notice, unless prior to that time you have filed a written response in the proper form, including the Case Number and paid any required filing fee to the Clerk of the Court at 324 West Garden Avenue, P.O. Box 9000, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816-9000, (208) 446-1160, and serve a copy of your response on the Plaintiff's attorney, Sydney K. Leavitt, at ALDRIDGE PITE, LLP, 13125 W. Persimmon Lane, Ste. 150, Boise, ID 83713. A copy of the Summons and Complaint can be obtained by contacting either the Clerk of the Court or the attorney for Plaintiff. If you wish for legal assistance, you should immediately retain an attorney to advise you in this matter. Dated this 17day of August, 2018. JIM BRANNON CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT By:/s/ Susan Mccoy DEPUTY CDA LEGAL 301 AD#225916 SEPTEMBER 18, 25, OCTOBER 2, 9, 2018

October 9, 2018 1:24 a.m.

Suchoski's four goals leads St. Maries past Kellogg

RATHDRUM — The first week of October may seem a bit early for high school playoff games. And for half of an opening-round match with Kellogg, Monday seemed like it could be the only postseason game for St. Maries’ girls

October 9, 2018 1:09 a.m.

Lumberjacks wear down Orofino for boys soccer win

RATHDRUM — It’s a soccer strategy employed from grade-school matches to the World Cup: If a team has more talented and/or faster players, its opponent will often pack in the defense.

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James Cliffton Parker

Movers and shakers
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Movers and shakers

October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Shooting victim improves

A 45-year-old Coeur d'Alene man who was shot multiple times at a Post Falls apartment complex Thursday night was in stable condition at Kootenai Health on Monday.

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October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

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Robert Ewald

October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Free dental services for veterans on Thursday

Several local dentists will be providing free dental services to veterans on Oct. 11 in observance of Freedom Day USA, a national movement to thank veterans for their service.

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October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

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Burton W. Evans

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Raymond Everett Schaal

Changing the world, blockchain by blockchain
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Changing the world, blockchain by blockchain

COEUR d’ALENE — Imagine a world without the internet, without smartphones, without wireless technologies. The world of the 1980s was a clickity-clack world of typewriters, ringing phones mounted to walls, and cords stretched like trip hazards across kitchen floors while kids waited for commercials to be over so they could watch cartoons.

October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Which side of the line is yours?

Empathy is nice. Compassion is better. But when it comes to shifting cultural attitudes, what counts most is complete understanding. That’s impossible without an exercise in what it is like to live the life of another person.

Idaho Supreme Court upholds conviction
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho Supreme Court upholds conviction

COEUR d’ALENE — The felony conviction of a Spokane man who eluded Coeur d’Alene police was upheld by the Idaho Supreme Court despite objections that prosecutors used old evidence from prior criminal conduct.

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Joseph L. Lopez Sr., 76

October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Hayden boat launch and beach closure

Honeysuckle Beach and Hayden Lake Boat Launch will be closed from 10 p.m. Friday until approximately 2 p.m. Saturday for the annual Hayden Lake Marathon. Only local resident access will be allowed. Unauthorized vehicles will be towed.

October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho Fraternal Order of Police endorses Amador

The Idaho Fraternal Order of Police announced its endorsement of Paul Amador for the Idaho House of Representatives, District 4.

From tragedy to teacher
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

From tragedy to teacher

By BRIAN WALKER

Today's ghastly groaner
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Smoking will kill you.

October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Learn beginner Mahjong at Coeur d'Alene Public Library

COEUR d’ALENE — The Coeur d’Alene Public Library will host a Beginner Chinese Mahjong Class starting Oct. 16, and reservations are being accepted.

Devilishly delightful
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Devilishly delightful

By BRIAN WALKER

Candidates, voters  get cozy
October 9, 2018 1 a.m.

Candidates, voters get cozy

COEUR d’ALENE — Candidates for county office and state legislative districts across Kootenai County gathered for a unique experience Monday night. The Kootenai County League of Women Voters’ “Candidating” event pitted voters and candidates in a speed-dating environment that the two groups thoroughly enjoyed. The LWV President Bonnie Douglas said the first-time event was conceived as a remedy for problems at previous events, at which some candidates wouldn’t show up and participating candidates would be deprived the chance to talk.

He's a hit
October 9, 2018 12:56 a.m.

He's a hit

Kale Edwards’ eyes light up when the Coeur d’Alene High senior quarterback talks about what gets him excited on the football field.

Premier League fans lost in London fog
October 9, 2018 12:37 a.m.

Premier League fans lost in London fog

You never want to write something if it sounds like you’re whining.

Monday, October 8

October 8, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 8, 2018

LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to 42 CFR §447.205 and the requirements of Section 1905(a) of the Social Security Act, the Department of Health and Welfare is giving public notice of an impending change in the Idaho State Medicaid Plan. Idaho Medicaid intends to submit a State Plan Amendment (SPA) to create an in-state reimbursement methodology for Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTFs). The reimbursement for in-state PRTFs will be fifty percent (50%) of the all-inclusive usual and customary per diem charges. Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTFs) are considered a covered benefit when required to satisfy an Idaho Medicaid participant's Early and periodic Screening, Diagnostic and Treatment (EPSDT) medically necessary need. This change, is intended to support Idaho improve healthcare delivery systems for Medicaid beneficiaries by allowing in-state access to care, strengthening continuity of care, and improving population health. The effective date is October 1, 2018. There is no expected increase or decrease in annual aggregate expenditures. No public hearings have been scheduled at this time. For technical questions or to review the changes, call Angela Simpson at (208) 364-1817, or e-mail the request to Angela.Simpson@d hw.idaho.gov. Written comments may also be sent to and reviewed by the public at the following address: ANGELA SIMPSON Bureau of Financial Operations Division of Medicaid Department of Health and Welfare 3232 Elder Street Boise, Idaho 83720-0036 Phone (208) 364-1817; Fax (208) 334-2465 CDA LEGAL 457 AD# 233895 OCTOBER 8, 2018

October 8, 2018 1:15 a.m.

'Big Blows' no match for world wind records

The fall season is here, and we often see windy weather from time to time. At this time of year, the clash from the invading cooler air from the north and the warmer air to the south can often generate large windstorms. The bigger the collision of these air masses, the bigger the storms.

Author steps in for annual lecture
October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Author steps in for annual lecture

By PRESS STAFF

October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene Arts Commission announces Mayor's Awards in the Arts

COEUR d’ALENE — The City of Coeur d’Alene Arts Commission has announced the winners of the 23rd annual Mayor’s Awards in the Arts.

October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Don't take the Craigslist bait

CRAIGSLIST CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM: A couple from Chicago contracted for the perfect Seattle location for their wedding using Craigslist. The couple rented a Seattle residence for two weeks for about $3,000 for their wedding preparation and nuptials.

October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to fetch her poor daughter a dress.

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October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

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Marla Jeanine Miller

Slovenian culture subject for Novel Destinations
October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Slovenian culture subject for Novel Destinations

The history, culture and geography of Slovenia and how it commemorates World War II through sport and physical activity will be the subject of a Novel Destinations presentation at 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 19 at the Coeur d’Alene library.

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October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

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Here is this week’s list of suspected lawbreakers sought by Kootenai County police agencies and the sheriff’s office:

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October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

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A Lacrosse connection may be coming to Riverstone
October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

A Lacrosse connection may be coming to Riverstone

COEUR d’ALENE — A plan to alleviate traffic congestion at Riverstone by punching a road into the subdivision’s eastern perimeter has been on the table for more than 13 years.

October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

School and Senior Lunches

Oct. 8-12

October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Playwrights event today at Kroc Center

From 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d’Alene, film, television and stage actors will read 10 short plays written by youth from the Coeur d’Alene Reservation.

Coeur d'Alene Tribe to build $15.8 million youth center
October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene Tribe to build $15.8 million youth center

PLUMMER — The Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council has given the approval for its health care organization, Marimn Health, to construct a new youth and family recreation center.

October 8, 2018 1 a.m.

ON THE AGENDA: Your government, schools in action

This list of local government meetings taking place this week includes just highlights from published meeting agendas that are available. To view the complete agenda, visit the web addresses included with the listings or call the entities directly.

Sunday, October 7

October 7, 2018 11:59 p.m.

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Former volleyball standout

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Sandpoint notches fifth win over 5A foe

SANDPOINT — Senior Grace Hicks tallied 14 kills, 17 digs, six blocks and three aces to lead Sandpoint to a 25-13, 25-21, 17-25, 25-20 win over Lewiston on Saturday in nonleague volleyball at Les Rogers Court.

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

ADDIS: For state House

I am writing in support of Jim Addis for State Representative in District 4, Seat A. I’ve known Jim for nearly 20 years and can attest that he is a man of integrity and service. He is a hard worker who is willing to take action to get things done. Jim truly wants what is best for Coeur d’Alene and our state.

Orchard up and down
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Orchard up and down

You’ll find new homes and old in Hayden west of Highway 95. The older homes tend to come with plenty of extra land, while a few pocket subdivisions offer a more typical neighborhood experience.

Milestone Announcement
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Milestone Announcement

MILESTONE BIRTHDAY

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

TRUMP: Lower and lower

How sweet! Kim writes Trump a love letter and now Trump is in love. They do have a lot in common: both are liars, egomaniacs, narcissistic, cheaters, etc., etc. Plus they both have great haircuts.

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October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

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Ronald Hardy Estep, 68

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October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

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Frank Joseph Favor

Looking for an unusual item? Find it at Lil Buggers
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Looking for an unusual item? Find it at Lil Buggers

You don’t find these little buggers in other places.

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Community Thanks

GOLF: Scramble was a success

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Balanced Cardinals blank Treasure Valley

- WOMEN

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene's Forster second in state course preview

- CROSS COUNTRY

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Cd'A, Lake City to play for regional title

COEUR d’ALENE — The goal for the day was simple for Coeur d’Alene, set the tone early and often in its 5A Region 1 tournament opener on Saturday.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Man in traffic court: Judge, 60 percent of my parking tickets are bogus!

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

HIPPO: Where art thou?

I read, with awe, in Steve Cameron’s column that a live hippopotamus had been seen in Coeur d’Alene and later swimming in the river.

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

The importance of memory

American mathematician Norbert Wiener had a reputation for being a little absent-minded. According to one story, when his family moved to a new Massachusetts home, his wife insisted on supervising every detail of the move because she couldn’t depend on Wiener to remember the important details — like their new address.

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

DEMOCRATS: Just like children

When we consider how to vote for someone, maybe we should go way back before high school. Why not start in kindergarten? We all know children at this age, boys and girls, do the most in outrageous things. Let’s do a proper FBI investigation. Maybe we should ask grandparents how their grandchildren behaved.

Like it or not - fall has arrived
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Like it or not - fall has arrived

We are fortunate to be able to grow many succulents in our area. All they require is lots of sunshine and not too much water. My Autumn Joy blooms faithfully at this time every year. One of the easiest succulents to grow is a long blooming annual called portulaca, or moss rose. This one even reseeds itself if left in the ground in fall.

Lining up early to become sheriff
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Lining up early to become sheriff

By BRIAN WALKER

Bengals in a runaway
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Bengals in a runaway

POCATELLO — This was a thrashing some two decades in the making.

Moore's scores spark Bulldogs
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Moore's scores spark Bulldogs

SANDPOINT — Zander Moore netted two goals, giving him 10 on the season, to lead Sandpoint to a 2-0 win over Moscow in 4A Inland Empire League soccer on Saturday at Pine St. Field.

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

BAT: All's well that…

It seems the bat picture hit some sensitivities in some. Bats are indeed an important part of our ecosystem. However, “Bats have been shown to carry a number of harmful infections, including rabies and viruses related to SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome). Research suggests bats may be the original hosts of nasty viruses such as Ebola and Nipah, which causes deadly brain fevers in people.” (Live Science, 2018)

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

FLIGHT: When honor returns

To those who greeted our Honor Flight on Aug. 25:

Divine creatures
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Divine creatures

By DEVIN WEEKS

Expo brings innovators, patients to Coeur d'Alene
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Expo brings innovators, patients to Coeur d'Alene

By JUDD WILSON

Half-pipe dreams come true
October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Half-pipe dreams come true

By DEVIN WEEKS

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

Comics debate is nothing to laugh at

Remember what your mama said?

October 7, 2018 1 a.m.

KAVANAUGH: Deserves disqualification

I watched the entire interview of Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh kept reminding us of what a wonderful child and young man he was. But as he continued to testify I watched his face. As his anger grew, it became more twisted, even appeared to discolor as he raged.

Saturday, October 6

October 6, 2018 11:38 p.m.

What's down was up in college football

For one day anyway, Idaho State rules the state of Idaho in college football.

October 6, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 6, 2018

Attorneys for Plaintiff NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A CHAMPION MORTGAGE COMPANY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION ON COMPLAINT FOR JUDICIAL FORECLOSURE AND DECLARATORY RELIEF Case No. CV28-18-5857 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC D/B/A CHAMPION MORTGAGE COMPANY, Plaintiff, v. THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, ASSIGNS AND DEVISEES OF ALBERTA J. MOORE; SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT; AND DOES 1 THROUGH 20, INCLUSIVE, including all parties with an interest in and/or residing in real property commonly known as, 805 E. Hastings Ave., Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814, and legally described as: LOT 8, BLOCK 2, KELLER'S ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER IN BOOK B OF PLATS AT PAGE 114, RECORDS OF KOOTENAI COUNTY, IDAHO, Defendants. TO: DEFENDANTS THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, ASSIGNS AND DEVISEES OF ALBERTA J. MOORE and DOES 1 through 20, inclusive, including all parties with an interest in and/or residing in real property commonly known as 805 E. HASTINGS AVE., COEUR D'ALENE, ID 83814: You have been sued by Nationstar Mortgage LLC d/b/a Champion Mortgage Company, the Plaintiff, in the District Court in and for the County of Kootenai, Idaho, Case No. CV28-18-5857. The nature of the claim against you is an action for declaratory relief and judicial foreclosure of the real property currently known as 805 E. HASTINGS AVE., COEUR D'ALENE, ID 83814 and legally described as LOT 8, BLOCK 2, KELLER'S ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER IN BOOK B OF PLATS AT PAGE 114, RECORDS OF KOOTENAI COUNTY, IDAHO. Any time after 21 days following the last publication of this summons, the court may enter a judgment against you without further notice, unless prior to that time you have filed a written response in the proper form, including the Case Number and paid any required filing fee to the Clerk of the Court at 324 W. Garden Ave., P.O. Box 9000, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816, (208) 446-1160, and serve a copy of your response on the Plaintiff's attorney, Sydney K. Leavitt, at ALDRIDGE PITE, LLP, 13125 W. Persimmon Lane, Ste. 150, Boise, ID 83713. A copy of the Summons and Complaint can be obtained by contacting either the Clerk of the Court or the attorney for Plaintiff. If you wish for legal assistance, you should immediately retain an attorney to advise you in this matter. Dated this 14 day of September, 2018. JIM BRANNON CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT By:/s/ Susan Mccoy DEPUTY CDA LEGAL 308 AD#225971 SEPTEMBER 15, 22, 29, OCTOBER 6, 2018

October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

FAITHFUL OBSERVATIONS: Jail ministry

The county has just expanded the jail to take care of the growth of inmates and this is an issue that affects families, taxes, resources and a concern about a revolving door of repeat offenders, along with a regular flood of new inmates. This is the first of a series of columns about jail ministry in Kootenai County and in talking to those involved, my eyes have been opened to the problem. We would all concur that doing time in jail or prison is the natural consequence for an offense, but it is also a chance to turn a life around.

Accused wife beater to undergo evaluation
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Accused wife beater to undergo evaluation

COEUR d’ALENE — A man who is accused of threatening his wife with a Bowie knife, puncturing her car tires and strangling her, will have a domestic violence evaluation before he appears in court this month for sentencing.

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October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

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Grace Lillian (Walker) Jorgenson, 101

Prop 1: A threat to tribal self-reliance
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Prop 1: A threat to tribal self-reliance

The Coeur d’Alene Tribe opposes Prop 1 and I want Idahoans to understand why.

Growth, it's inevitable
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Growth, it's inevitable

NOTE: This is the conclusion of an overview that began in Friday’s column. We’re looking at the construction boom in Kootenai County, and the resulting reaction from many residents who complain that our quickly expanding cities are causing massive traffic problems. Many want a halt to building until transportation infrastructure can catch up. So now we’re asking: Is that possible?

Trojans turn up tempo on T-Wolves
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Trojans turn up tempo on T-Wolves

COEUR d’ALENE — When Post Falls needs to spark its offense, it wasn’t a huddle that quite did the trick.

October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

All set to see this new show

The last time I ventured west to watch the Seattle Seahawks in person, they went on to win the Super Bowl in February.

Arrest made in shooting case
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Arrest made in shooting case

By BRIAN WALKER

October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Little endorses Duncan

Gubernatorial candidate Brad Little has endorsed Leslie Duncan, Republican candidate for Kootenai County Commissioner.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

A man was confronted by a casket salesperson while walking down the street.

October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Timberlake runs past Priest River

- FOOTBALL

New outlook on life
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

New outlook on life

By BRIAN WALKER

October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Cardinals sweep Yakima Valley

- VOLLEYBALL

'Everything is awesome'
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

'Everything is awesome'

AIRWAY HEIGHTS — Air Force Col. Sean McClune gave everyone the rundown on how the day was going to go when he paused to answer an important question from a very special guest Friday morning.

Did math classes violate board policies?
October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

Did math classes violate board policies?

COEUR d’ALENE — Some officials and teachers at the Coeur d’Alene School District may have violated district policy by implementing a new math curriculum without board approval last year.

October 6, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

SENTENCINGS

Vikings sack Bengals
October 6, 2018 12:35 a.m.

Vikings sack Bengals

LEWISTON — If there was a loose football on the field in the first four minutes Friday night, chances are Coeur d’Alene High senior Ryan Linehan was there to pick it up.

October 6, 2018 12:35 a.m.

Sellout crowd expected as Idaho visits resurgent ISU

Winning, and Idaho State football, have not been synonymous — at least in recent years.

Friday, October 5

October 5, 2018 10:31 a.m.

Congress should require the President to release his tax returns

The public is entitled to see the federal income tax returns of U.S. presidents, as well as all party nominees for that high office. Disclosure is especially important where a president or presidential nominee has business ventures that may do business with federal governmental entities or where they may reap substantial benefits from governmental policy measures they support, such as tax legislation.

October 5, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 5, 2018

IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KOOTENAI In the Matter of the Estate of: LINDA LENORE BARNEY, Deceased. Case No. CV28-18-5848 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above- named decedent. All persons having claims against Decedent, or the estate, are required to present their claims within four (4) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice, or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the undersigned, at the address indicated below. DATED this 6th day of September, 2018. By:/s/ Dalene Halley Personal Representative c/o James T. West Attorneys Northwest Inc., 1900 Northwest Boulevard, Ste. 106 Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 83814 CDA LEGAL 362 AD# 228045 SEPTEMBER 21, 28, OCTOBER 5, 2018

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October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

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Frederick W. Nuesmeyer III

Family is the focus of 'Cheaper by the Dozen'
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Family is the focus of 'Cheaper by the Dozen'

Family time can be a rare commodity, and its quality can be unpredictable.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

BROOKS: Just what we need

Bill Brooks, your common sense approach is so needed to make people aware of the garbage that scammers try to do, especially to seniors. Keep up the good work because it is certainly needed. Thank you.

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October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

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Mary Ann Peterson, 85

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

SENTENCINGS

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper dazzle in 'A Star is Born'

The marketing onslaught for the new “A Star is Born” focuses almost exclusively on the film’s first 45 minutes. It’s for good reason, as the courtship between music superstar Jackson Maine (Bradley Cooper) and an unknown singer/songwriter (Lady Gaga) is about as magnetic and thrilling as anything else on screen this year.

Today's ghastly groaner
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

They should ban all pre-shredded cheese.

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October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

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Colton Wyatt Steele, 22

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

FULCHER: For U.S. House

Idaho is probably the most conservative state in the union. But, that is not something that we ought to take for granted. We must continue to work to elect men and women who support the Constitution and who will work to reduce the size of government and protect our freedoms.

Windermere donates $2,000 for scholarships
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Windermere donates $2,000 for scholarships

Windermere recently presented the North Idaho College Foundation with a $2,000 contribution to fund the Windermere/Coeur d’Alene Realty — North Idaho College Dual Credit Scholarship.

Here's an invite to understand our Idaho
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Here's an invite to understand our Idaho

Next week, the wholly reimagined Idaho State Museum is set to open in Boise. After several years of planning, fundraising, and implementation, we’re finally ready to say, “Here we are, Idaho.”

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Cutler carries Charter over Coeur d'Alene JV

• GIRLS

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Traffic impact lesser of two evils

By RALPH BARTHOLDT

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

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FRIDAY

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

BROOKS: Not what we need

This is an open letter to candidate for Kootenai County Commissioner Bill Brooks in response to your comments published in the Sept. 30 Press, concerning taxpayers who disagree with you on opt-out of permits.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

DONATION: Hut missing in action

I was driving through the Fred Meyer parking lot on Sunday morning when I looked over where the Salvation Army donation hut used to be located. Someone left two large bags of clothes. Why? The hut was taken out Friday afternoon.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Bringing home an important veterans project

Like a soldier undaunted, the quest for a local veterans home marches on.

Shooting reported in Post Falls
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Shooting reported in Post Falls

By BRIAN WALKER

Fill the bus,  fill their bellies
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Fill the bus, fill their bellies

By DEVIN WEEKS

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Wilkey leads Vikings past Lewiston

COEUR d’ALENE — Sarah Wilkey had five aces, 14 kills and 11 digs for Coeur d’Alene in a 25-19, 20-25, 25-21, 25-19 win over the Lewiston Bengals in a 5A Inland Empire League match at Coeur d’Alene High.

Fancy footwork
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Fancy footwork

By DEVIN WEEKS

Thomas receives Public Sector Champion Award
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Thomas receives Public Sector Champion Award

Laurie Thomas, chief deputy treasurer for Kootenai County, recently received a 2018 Public Sector Champion Award from Thomson Reuters.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

AMERICA: Where have you gone?

United we stand. Divided we fall. Those words have been forgotten. It’s we the people, not I the Conservative or I the Liberal.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

AMADOR: For state House

I am writing in support of Paul Amador for House Seat 4B. We need strong leadership in our state and strong representation for Coeur d’Alene. Paul has many years of leadership experience working with nonprofits, serving on community boards and working to better our community.

KCFR unveils training center
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

KCFR unveils training center

By BRIAN WALKER

Readers write what's wrong here
October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

Readers write what's wrong here

SPOILER: We’re going to be discussing a planning and traffic puzzle that can’t be fully addressed in one gulp. We’ll start the explanation today and finish tomorrow. Fair enough?

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

PHOTO: Reader offended

I have to admit I did a double take when I saw the Seattle Seahawk picture on the front page of the sports section in Monday’s paper. I was baffled and offended that the Coeur d’Alene Press thought it was appropriate to print a picture like that. To me it showed a total lack of class and very poor judgment.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

PROP 2: Reasons behind 'yes'

1. Medicaid expansion is fiscally responsible. Proposition 2 takes tax dollars we have already paid and, instead of sending them off to the federal government with no benefit to us, it uses these same dollars to insure some 60,000 Idahoans who cannot afford insurance. See No. 3 below about paying twice if we don’t do this!

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

ADDIS: For state House

In the upcoming November election, our community will have a great opportunity to elect Jim Addis to the Legislature for District 4 Seat A. Working with Jim over the past few years, we have noticed that he uses his many years of business experience to solve problems. We believe that he will serve our area the same way. Knowing Jim, he loves our community and wants to work for us. Jim will put our interests first.

October 5, 2018 1 a.m.

KAVANAUGH: The fuzzy past

My family supported the Democratic Party from the presidency of our beloved Franklin Delano Roosevelt through the ill-fated candidacy of Robert Kennedy for president. A teenager, I joined the U.S. Navy, April 13, 1945, the day following our beloved president’s death.

Thursday, October 4

October 4, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 4, 2018

PUBLIC NOTICE Coeur d'Alene Trust Call for Contractor Qualifications: The Coeur d'Alene Trust was established to investigate, design, and implement emedies for environmental impacts associated with former mines, mills, and tailings piles within the Upper Basin of the Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex Superfund Site. The Coeur d'Alene Trust is soliciting qualifications from construction Contractors to perform the initial construction of the Canyon Complex Repository, operate the facility, and consolidate waste excavated from the Silver Valley Natural Resource Trustees Repository. The Request for Qualifications will be available beginning at 8 AM (Pacific Time) on September 24, 2018 at the following website (https://new.civcast.co m/publishers/5b9aa53499434a 2fb0b1676d). Statements of Qualification are due by 12:00 PM (Noon Pacific Time) on October 19, 2018 CDA LEGAL 357 AD# 227621 SEPTEMBER 21, 22, 24, 25, 26 ,27, 28, 29, OCTOBER 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 2018

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John P. Bushfield

Penkunis sentenced in teen's death
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Penkunis sentenced in teen's death

COEUR d’ALENE — Larry Penkunis wept Wednesday and told the court, and the family of Michaela Morton, that he was sorry for the 19-year-old’s death, but he did not cause the overdose that killed her.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

It’s easy to determine the gender of an ant. Just put it into some water. If it sinks: girl ant. If it floats: buoyant.

Community organizer  running for Congress
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Community organizer running for Congress

COEUR d’ALENE — Cristina McNeil, Democratic nominee for Idaho’s First Congressional District currently represented by Rep. Raul Labrador, is out to usher a blue wave into Congress this year.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

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Casey Bourque

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Back to the past for Vandals, Bengals

Even though it was a quarter-century ago, Paul Petrino remembers the old Idaho-Idaho State rivalry in football.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Time for Columbus to step aside

In an otherwise harmonious marriage, one debate soon reached a bright line: I was wrong. We tend to accept the cultural perspectives of youth. I had to step back to see things anew from a viewpoint I’d never been challenged to inhabit (ironic, given a grandfather whose ethnic majority was Cherokee).

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Trojan volleyball sweeps Lewis and Clark

- VOLLEYBALL

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Fifth annual Disco Inferno/White Wedding event to benefit area school libraries

The Coeur d’Alene Education Partnership is looking forward to “Rocking the Cradle” with community members at the fourth annual Disco Inferno/80s Dance Explosion. “It’s a Nice Day” to dine and dance to ’80s music and to support Coeur d’Alene Public School Libraries.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

League play begins in IEL, IML

Two years ago, Coeur d’Alene and Lewiston played an epic high school football game in Lewiston to open 5A Inland Empire League play, with the host Bengals prevailing 55-51.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Correction

Wednesday’s editorial incorrectly stated that Coeur d’Alene Garbage customers are required to keep their garbage cans clean. There is no such requirement.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Vote for your favorite scam

Scam artists are using the phone to prey on prospective Idaho voters.

IDFG volunteers, technicians band 700 birds in North Idaho WMAs
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

IDFG volunteers, technicians band 700 birds in North Idaho WMAs

Idaho Fish and Game volunteers and technicians banded more than 700 birds recently as part of an ongoing state waterfowl study.

Norweigian tradition is baked  in love
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Norweigian tradition is baked in love

Three hundred pounds of potatoes. Tremendous quantities of flour and butter. And countless stories.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Tracking night into day

It doesn’t get any more natural than this.

Harvest a few birds today, get a few birds tomorrow
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Harvest a few birds today, get a few birds tomorrow

Jim Hagedorn remembers those days.

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October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

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Sherri Lynn (Gregg) James

Wild beasties abound in Cd'A
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Wild beasties abound in Cd'A

Cougars and moose, you might understand.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

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A steady voice in a fast and furious world
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

A steady voice in a fast and furious world

By DEVIN WEEKS

Soccer runs deep through  this family
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Soccer runs deep through this family

Coeur d’Alene High senior Erika Skindlov is a captain of the Viking girls soccer team this fall.

October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Stocking pheasants slated for youth hunting opportunity

Idaho youths can bang at flying birds starting Saturday in selected areas in the Palouse and near Lewiston.

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October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

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Barbara Kay (Aurora) Davis, 78

An up and down evening
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

An up and down evening

COEUR d’ALENE — At times on Wednesday night, the North Idaho College volleyball team looked like they could hang with the best of the best in the Northwest Athletic Conference.

Ascending  with autism
October 4, 2018 1 a.m.

Ascending  with autism

By DEVIN WEEKS

Wednesday, October 3

October 3, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 3, 2018

Storage Auction Sale notice It is hereby given that Anton Mini Storage will be selling at public auction the entire contents of the following units: Unit #5 belongs to Katy Smith. Last known address: P.O. Box 352, Spirit Lake, ID 83869 Unit #18 belongs to Melody White. Last known address: 3002 N. Florida Ave., Tampa, FL 33063 Unit #56 belongs to Debbie Brimlow. Last know address: 818 E. Garden Ave. #2, CDA, ID 83814 Unit #67 belongs to Jeremy Chase. Last known address: 1240 S. Breezy Way, Post Falls, ID 83854 Unit #81 belongs to Sean & Louis Mason. Last known ad- dress: 211 E. Annie Ave., CDA, ID 83814 Unit # 155 belongs to Kristi Yenter. Last known address:424 E. Garden Ave., CDA, ID 83814 One viewing of all the listed units will take place on Thursday, October 11, 2018 promptly at 2:00 PM on the premises of Anton Mini Storage located at: 120 E. Anton Avenue, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815. No Additional viewings will be held. The auction will take place by sealed bid following showing. All bids will be due by 4:00 PM and will be opened at a later time. the contents will be sold to the highest bidder for cash only. Items to be sold are generally described as: Furniture, household good and personal goods. CDA LEGAL 433 AD# 232347 OCTOBER 3, 10, 2018

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Miner with ties to local companies dies in Alaska grizzly attack

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A female bear and her two cubs mauled and killed a young man working at a remote mine site on a southeast Alaska island with one of the highest bear densities in the state, authorities said Monday.

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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Pastor William James Hohenstreet

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

THANKS: Exceptional effort, kindness

We would like to share how thankful our family is for our local first responders. On the morning of Friday, Sept. 28, our husband and father, Bill Hohenstreet, experienced a serious, unexpected medical emergency from which he, to our great sorrow, passed away.

Wrestling, bowling, soccer, football and more
October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Wrestling, bowling, soccer, football and more

WRESTLING

Coeur d'Alene boys roll past Sandpoint
October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene boys roll past Sandpoint

- BOYS

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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Lake City High grad Shippy named NCAA Woman

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Spinal decompression

People constantly call us and ask us questions about our spinal decompression program and the effectiveness of the treatment. So when I came across a research study performed in 2017, I thought I would share it.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

BAT: Deserves much better

On page A7 of Saturday’s Press is a headline: Halloween’s coming, time for bats.

STEM fields are for women, too
October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

STEM fields are for women, too

COEUR d’ALENE — Tiny organisms wiggled in drops of water carefully placed on slides beneath microscope lenses Tuesday morning, giving local high school girls a peek into the weird and wonderful world of microbiology.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Tyler just one example why Prop 2 should pass

On Nov. 6, Idahoans have the chance to cast a pivotal vote that will help our citizens in the Medicaid coverage gap, bring taxpayer money back to Idaho, and create jobs. This incredible opportunity is Proposition 2, the bipartisan ballot initiative to expand Medicaid in Idaho. Expanding Medicaid will help Idaho’s gap population — those 62,000 Idahoans who earn too much to qualify for Medicaid and too little to afford coverage through the state health insurance exchange.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Uncork the possibilities and help child victims of abuse and neglect

On Friday, Oct. 19, North Idaho CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) will host Uncorked at the Hagadone Event Center, an intimate fundraising experience, with doors opening at 5:30 p.m.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Health detectives

What is a “Health Detective” and what does she do? When someone is sick there’s a reason for it. The body doesn’t just suddenly decide ‘Hey! I have nothing else to do today. Maybe I’ll make my immune system go haywire, or maybe I’ll just make the heart shut down, or just for kicks, I’m gonna give this person a migraine!’ It doesn’t happen that way. Although the easy fix is to take a drug to suppress the immune system, bring a damaged heart back to quasi functioning (with drugs), or stop the migraine with another drug, that isn’t identifying what went wrong.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Things to watch for…

I frequently search for wine on the internet. Not to buy of course, but to find pictures of the labels so we can include them in our weekly wine special, the “Friday Night Flights,” or for tasting notes from the producers to see if the winemaker got the same things from their wine as I did. I also search to find wine for our customers when they request we special order some of their favorites that we don’t have on our shelves. All of this and other reasons lead to a lot of internet searches.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

KAVANAUGH: The real issue

It’s still all about abortion.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Court upholds murder sentence

COEUR d’ALENE — The second-degree murder conviction of a St. Maries man who is in prison for killing his girlfriend was confirmed by the Idaho Supreme Court after it considered a second appeal in a case that goes back seven years.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

How to remove bad smell from garbage lawsuit

The owner of Coeur d’Alene Garbage has invested a small fortune — or maybe not so small — of his own money in some 60,000 garbage cans. Phil Damiano has every right to require that his property is taken care of, even while he leases the cans to customers.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

KAVANAUGH: Unfit to serve

Last week’s nomination hearing was a political charade. While both parties engage in it, this one is clearly caused by the GOP.

Chat: The story behind Celine
October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Chat: The story behind Celine

Yep, it’s Wednesday Chat Day.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Early tests will do the Cards good

While the North Idaho College men’s basketball team won’t be home for the holidays this December, it’s going to be well worth a few days in Arizona.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

CHS, NIC alum named interim CEO of U of I center

MOSCOW — Lee Ostrom, professor of engineering at the University of Idaho, Idaho Falls, has been named the interim center executive officer effective immediately. He will serve in this capacity until a search for a permanent executive officer is completed, according to a news release.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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Jerrol Hartman Ford, 82

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William R. Evans, 76

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Idaho Democrats soft on Trump

Republican congressional candidates over the years have made a living bashing California Rep. Nancy Pelosi and the liberal agenda she would bring to the House of Representatives if Democrats get control.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Lake City aces Post Falls test

COEUR d’ALENE — Janae Rayborn had nine aces, Nellie Reece three aces for Lake City in a 25-15, 25-13, 25-16 win over the visiting Post Falls Trojans in a 5A Inland Empire League match on Tuesday.

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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Bobby Lee Welch, 83

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Candidates, questionnaires are now due

Political candidates are apparently more like newspaper reporters than they’d like to admit: Filing early isn’t an option.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

I stepped on a Cheerio this morning. Does that make me a cereal killer?

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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Kenneth Lee Addington, 75

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

COMICS: Good cats, bad kids

I agree with Tom Stuber on Breaking Cat News. Nancy and Wallace the Brave are a waste of ink and space, as was Phoebe. As I don’t have the most recent Sunday comics, I can’t suggest which one to replace. I only read two of them, Herman and Tina’s Groove.

Garwood Elementary receives national kudos
October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Garwood Elementary receives national kudos

Garwood Elementary in the Lakeland Joint School District was officially recognized this week as one of two Idaho schools to be named a National Blue Ribbon School.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

COMICS: Ask - and receive

You asked me for my input on the comics page. How about:

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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William ‘Matt’ Matthews

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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Larry Dennis Ruff, 70

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

CANS: The cleaner, the better

So Mr. Damiano doesn’t want Eco-Wash to touch his dirty trash cans with their equipment. The people at Eco-Wash saw a need in this community and are trying to fill it.

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

BAT: Caption in poor taste

Bats are an important part of the ecosystem, whose job it is to keep the insect population down. To run a picture of the poor creature’s pitiable death and then to say “have fun!” with it was despicable and in very poor taste.

Green issues dominate forum
October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

Green issues dominate forum

COEUR d’ALENE — Citizens grilled three Kootenai County Commission candidates on all issues environmental Tuesday night in downtown Coeur d’Alene.

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Jeffrey S. Veenhuis, 64

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Jackie Lou (Avery) Orth, 85

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

METOO: Another mother's view

To Denise Graves in regard to your letter.

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Travis Jerome

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Doreen Ahlers Wemhoff Kurdy Middleton, 92

October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

CANS: Lesson in leasing

The position of Coeur d’Alene Garbage regarding cleaning cans is ludicrous. I can lease a car and have it serviced or washed anywhere. Why not the same for a leased trash can?

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October 3, 2018 1 a.m.

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William ‘Matt’ Matthews

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Andra Jean Uecke

Tuesday, October 2

October 2, 2018 10:36 p.m.

Random musings from far and near

When Deadline Tuesday for Main Street collides with Travel Tuesday returning from a wonderful vacation to Amsterdam, I file the column from an unfamiliar time zone. Holiday subtitle: tuning out the noise of the world and day-to-day life. Choosing not to read newspapers, watch TV, no emailing or thoughts of anything other than enjoying the moment and being present with my daughter in a beautiful European city. Life is an adventure!

High court upholds judge's decision in Lake Cd'A body dumping case
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

High court upholds judge's decision in Lake Cd'A body dumping case

COEUR d’ALENE — The decision of a Coeur d’Alene court to dismiss a felony against a Spokane woman who failed to report the death of her friend from a drug overdose withstood the scrutiny of the state supreme court.

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Carl F. Benscheidt, 74

October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Pischner to share story of the 'Lost Battalion'

COEUR d’ALENE — In honor of the 100th anniversary of World War I, area historian and former legislator Don Pischner will share the epic story of two local doughboys in a presentation at the Coeur d’Alene Public Library on Thursday, Oct. 4, at 7 p.m.

Bad guys, your room is ready
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Bad guys, your room is ready

By JUDD WILSON

Today's ghastly groaner
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

I tried once to open a new bakery in town, but I couldn’t raise the dough.

CRITTERS OF NORTH IDAHO: Trumpeter Swan
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

CRITTERS OF NORTH IDAHO: Trumpeter Swan

Of all migratory birds, Canada geese probably get the most attention due to their distinctive appearance and widespread distribution. However, there is another bird on the move this time of year (September-October), this one flying south to escape the harsh, blistering cold winters of Alaska and Canada: the trumpeter swan (Cygnus buccinator).

October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

MLP's continual quest flouted

Your Mrs. Language Person’s continual quest for good grammar is often — if not continuously — flouted (but not flaunted, at least by none other than she). Said quest, Dear Reader, is not continuous; nay, the piteously Snitty Old Biddy doth need her rest betwixt (enough of the archaic, you say? Oh, fine then.) those useless attempts to prevent the utter annihilation of her precious English.

Bobcat caught in Coeur d'Alene
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Bobcat caught in Coeur d'Alene

By MAUREEN DOLAN

Progress on new school plans
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Progress on new school plans

COEUR d’ALENE — Plans for one or two new schools are moving forward, reported Coeur d’Alene School District officials Monday night.

October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Post Falls hiring event lists 1,500 jobs

One of North Idaho’s largest hiring events is planned for Oct. 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Real Life Ministries, 1866 N. Cecil Road in Post Falls.

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October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

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Kenneth David Brooks, 51

October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

RECORDS

JUDGMENTS

Right at home on gridiron
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

Right at home on gridiron

Eli Gondo is familiar with moving, both on and off the football field.

The Silk Road, Marshall Plan - and you
October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

The Silk Road, Marshall Plan - and you

By UYLESS BLACK

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October 2, 2018 1 a.m.

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Pat O’Neal Estes, 84

October 2, 2018 12:57 a.m.

St. Maries girls top Lakeland JVs in soccer

ST. MARIES — Goals from Sierra Christensen, Alena Davenport and Layla Rice helped the host St. Maries girls soccer team defeat Lakeland’s JV squad 3-0.

October 2, 2018 12:56 a.m.

October's off to a great start

Now that was a weekend to remember.

October 2, 2018 12:42 a.m.

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- HOLE IN ONE

Monday, October 1

JUDD JONES: I am good enough!
October 1, 2018 9:58 a.m.

JUDD JONES: I am good enough!

Health and wellness comes in many forms and one type that is consistently missed is self-care. What I mean by self-care is taking care of yourself mentally, physically and emotionally. Finding personal wellness through loving and healing yourself first and foremost is the key.

Dreams, freedom and functional art
October 1, 2018 9:58 a.m.

Dreams, freedom and functional art

Daniel Howard uses wood and metal to make tables of all kinds, but though he loves crafting the pieces by hand he can’t trace his love of building to any one thing.

Fall to the movies
October 1, 2018 9:58 a.m.

Fall to the movies

With the summer of 2018 now officially Thanos-ed, Hollywood is ready to get serious. Studios will launch their big Oscar contenders, and names like Lady Gaga, Neil Armstrong and Dick Cheney will be part of the conversation this year.

October 1, 2018 9:58 a.m.

ADVICE: The Common Sense Dog

Sometimes we want results fast. We want to lose weight fast. We want to make money fast. We want success fast, but if life teaches us anything, it’s that good things take time.

An incredible story of kindness in war
October 1, 2018 9:58 a.m.

An incredible story of kindness in war

It was Christmas night, 1914.

October 1, 2018 1:30 a.m.

Legals October 1, 2018

NOTICE OF LIEN SALE 10/15/18 @ 2:00PM Body By Scotty 311 E 3rd Ave Post Falls, ID 83854 1993 Chevy S-10 1GCCS19R3P0109092 CDA LEGAL 365 AD# 228121 SEPTMBER 24, OCTOBER 1, 2018

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October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

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John David (‘Bill’) Ferguson, 84

October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

School and Senior Meals

School menus

Happy rascals
October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

Happy rascals

COEUR d’ALENE — A little kiss from a little horse brought more than a little joy to 7-year-old Bradyn Sefick.

October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

Coeur d'Alene's first frost

It’s almost hard to believe that about six weeks ago we were talking about very hot weather in North Idaho and surrounding regions. For the summer of 2018, there were 24 days with high temperatures at or above 90 degrees. This includes two days with readings at or above 100 degrees. The hottest summer day was on Aug. 10 with a record 104 degrees.

Entries sought for veteran-themed film festival
October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

Entries sought for veteran-themed film festival

HAYDEN — The organizers of Idaho’s first military-themed film festival are requesting film submissions from the general public.

Warrants
October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

Warrants

Here is this week’s list of suspected lawbreakers sought by Kootenai County police agencies and the sheriff’s office:

October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

ON THE AGENDA: Your government and schools in action

This list of local government meetings taking place this week includes just highlights from published meeting agendas that are available. To view the complete agenda, visit the web addresses included with the listings or call the entities directly.

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October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

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Today's ghastly groaner
October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

Today's ghastly groaner

Late one night a burglar broke into a house and while he was sneaking around he heard a voice say: “Jesús is watching you.”

October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

This simple step is a credit saver

We are a mobile society. Many of us have had a number of locations to which we’ve been sent mail. Unfortunately, when we move and get a new U.S. mail delivery location, we don’t always inform those corresponding with us, or those merchants sending us bills on accounts we’ve opened.

A perk for parkers
October 1, 2018 1 a.m.

A perk for parkers

By PRESS STAFF

October 1, 2018 12:38 a.m.

Strobel leads Cardinal men to tie for second at Puget Sound tourney

BREMERTON, Wash. — Freshman Dawson Strobel tied for fourth to lead the North Idaho College men’s golf team to a tie for second at the Puget Sound Invitational, which concluded Sunday.