Post Falls, seeded No. 2 in the eight-team tournament, finished fourth following a 25-17, 21-25, 25-21, 25-21 loss to No. 4 seed Eagle on Saturday morning at the state 5A tourney at Coeur d’Alene High’s Viking Court.
“They fought all the way to the end; they competed all the way to the end," Idaho coach Paul Petrino said. "You can’t give up a fake (punt) for a touchdown, and have three interceptions, and win a close game."
Downtown parade, lighting ceremony set for day after Thanksgiving
COEUR d’ALENE — It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas is back to normal in North Idaho.
The Coeur d’Alene Downtown Association is going ahead with its 29th Annual Lighting Ceremony Parade on Nov. 26. It will be followed by The Coeur d’Alene Resort’s annual lighting ceremony.
To prevent further spread of the coronavirus, we should require everyone to get fully vaccinated (including a possible third dose) — unless exempted by a sincerely held religious belief or medical condition.
Post Falls went 2-1 on the opening day of the state 5A volleyball tournament at Coeur d'Alene High's Viking Court. And with its 25-12, 25-23, 22-25, 25-22 victory over Thunder Ridge of Idaho Falls in its final match, the Trojans guaranteed themselves a trophy with a top-four finish.
“It’s one of the toughest folkstyle tournaments in the country,” Rogers said. “It was the first time I’d been to it. The last few years, I was at Blair Academy in New Jersey and didn’t have a chance to make it because we always had a conflict.”
Trey Gibson scored on a 2-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 14-14 for St. Maries, but a touchdown run by Jared Lindsley in the final minute sent the Grangeville Bulldogs over the St. Maries Lumberjacks 21-14 in a Central Idaho League game at St. Maries High on Friday.
Feliciano pinned Montana State-Northern’s Rylan Moldenhauder in 3 minutes, 30 seconds in the bout at 285-pounds, sending the Cardinals to a 21-20 win over the Lights at Christianson Gymnasium in the season opener for both programs.
STEM students celebrate Halloween and learn at the same time
Fernan STEM Academy got the party going.
Halloween means costumes and themed STEM activities throughout each classroom at the elementary school in Coeur d'Alene.
“We just really tried to make it STEM-focused,” said Melody Lund, a second grade teacher. “All the teachers are doing amazing stuff.”
Coming off a rough stretch of games against stout competition, the Idaho Vandals (2-5, 1-3 Big Sky) look to get back into the win column today, when Northern Arizona (3-4 2-2) visits for a 1 p.m. clash at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 27-29.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 27-29.
Sophomores Brandon Bollinger (sixth at 157 pounds), Weston Presser (seventh at 165), Navarro Nanpuya (fourth at 174) and Cohle Feliciano (fourth at 285) are returning All-Americans for the Cardinals, who open the season tonight at 7 at Christianson Gymnasium against Montana State-Northern.
North Idaho College Acting President Lita Burns warned the Board of Trustees at the board meeting Wednesday night that unless swift action was taken, NIC’s accreditation may be affected.
Burns said while NIC’s accreditation currently remains in good standing, without a pattern of evidence of change in the board’s behavior, that could change.
“You may think I am speaking as an alarmist,” Burns said. “Let me assure you I am not.”
As Election Day 2021 approaches, I exhort every registered citizen to vote in our local elections. The levels of government with the most impact to our daily lives will have their leadership determined on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
In the Oct. 15 Press headlines “COVID distinction survey” (and) “Idaho is worst for safety from Coronavirus,” The Press gleefully and breathfully printed the terrible reports on the 10 safest and 10 least safest states.
COVID-19 decimated volunteer program; help desperately needed
A few solid volunteers are all that's needed to keep Community Action Partnership working smoothly. Serving about 50 families a day with the food-bank, COVID has taken a bite out of their volunteer staff.
The community is invited to “Fall into Jazz” at North Idaho College at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Boswell Hall Schuler Performing Arts Center.
The first fall jazz concert at NIC since November 2019, “Fall into Jazz” will feature music performances by Cardinal Voices directed by Max Mendez and the NIC Jazz Ensemble directed by Bryan Hannaford.
Acting NIC president warns board must act to save accreditation
Unless swift action is taken by the North Idaho College Board of Trustees, NIC Acting President Lita Burns said the college’s accreditation status may be in danger at the board meeting Wednesday night on NIC’s main campus.
From wrestling mat to president's office, Sebaaly 'excited, humbled'
Less than 48 hours after being voted in as interim president for North Idaho College, head wrestling coach Michael Sebaaly said on Wednesday that he’s still surprised.
“It was a shock," Sebaaly said. “I'm excited and I'm humbled."
The college Board of Trustees selected Sebaaly from a list of 10 applicants in a 3 to 2 vote Monday night.
Body camera footage shows Gonzaga coach Mark Few's DUI arrest and release from custody
The nearly three hours of footage shows the entire incident from when police pulled Few over, to when he was released from custody.
"They’ve been really great to coach the last two years, since I’ve been back," said Post Falls coach Willow Hanna, who guided the Trojans to state four times in nine seasons in her first stint (2007-15), including a runner-up finish at state in 2011.
“He’s got the perfect build and he’s a good athlete,” a scout said of Geno Smith. “He throws a beautiful ball.
“But Geno somehow can’t see the field. The picture just doesn’t clear up quickly enough, and so he holds the ball.
“He doesn’t go through progressions naturally, which leads to sacks and interceptions (he’s thrown 37 career picks against 32 TD passes).”
We’re writing this letter to urge the citizens residing in Coeur d’Alene School Board Trustee Zone 1 (neighborhoods east of 15th Avenue from Lake Coeur d’Alene to Hayden Lake) to vote for the candidate who is the most experienced, knowledgeable and independent, Lisa May.
After reading the Coeur d’Alene School District Superintendent’s letter in the Coeur d’Alene Press, while explaining that there is no CRT being taught in our local schools, he did say that there is equity being taught.
The abhorrent, heart-breaking behavior of the protesters who disrupted the Coeur d’Alene School Board meeting and then stormed the district office on Sept. 24 is not representative of our long-standing Coeur d’Alene community.
And they’re off! The annual exclamation of grape growers and winemakers across the appellations of the Western U.S. was heard this week, tinged with a collective sigh of relief, and maybe just a bit of excitement for most involved.
Supporters of a former North Idaho College President will march in protest of his termination without cause at 3 p.m. today, starting at the campus parking lot A on the corner of Northwest Boulevard and Hubbard Avenue.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Josh McDonald go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 23-26.
The North Idaho College Board of Trustees are scheduled to meet Wednesday at 6 p.m. to discuss the presidential search at their regular meeting on the NIC main campus in the Edminster Student Union Building, Lake Coeur d’Alene Room.
Charles "Charlie" Edward Cannon was born on August 1, 1930 to Ernest E. and Laura Cannon in Lamesa, Texas and grew up with three siblings, Joe, Mary Bell and Christine. He passed on October 21, 2021 in Coeur d'Alene - - a life well lived.
In the 10 years Coeur d’Alene Charter has had a girls soccer team, the Panthers have gone to state nine times, with six state titles (the first one in 2014), as well as consolation title in 2013 and a second-place finish in 2015.
Thanks to the new MaxPreps rankings way of seeding most of the state tournaments in Idaho, Lake City is the No. 7 seed and will open against No. 2 Post Falls, the Region 1 champion, in the first round at state Friday at 11 a.m. at Coeur d’Alene High.
Sandpoint was seeking its ninth state title since the Idaho High School Activities Association began sanctioning the tournament in 2000. French said this loss stings and it will for some time, but his players shouldn’t hang their heads because they helped return the program to state relevancy.
As an Idaho native and a local resident of 50 years, and a person who has worked locally in the public and private sectors, I’ve had the rare opportunity to work with Jim Hammond and to call him friend.
"He did a great job," Coeur d'Alene coach Shawn Amos said of Griffin. "We focused on getting him a few more touches, tried to get the ball in his hands a little bit more, and it paid off. He’s a dynamic playmaker on both sides of the ball."
“It was nice to have both running backs healthy again,” Bennett said. “We haven’t had them both healthy for a couple of weeks. It was nice to be able to run both Sullivan and Bustamante. Both of them are excellent running backs.”
Elliotte Kortus scored in the fourth minute on an assist from Georgia Whitehead for Lake City, which advanced to the state 5A championship game with a 1-0 win over the Highland Rams of Pocatello at Rocky Mountain High on Friday.
James Billingsley carried 25 times for 98 yards and three touchdowns as the Timberlake Tigers held off the Bonners Ferry Badgers 24-19 to clinch the Intermountain League title on Friday at Bonners Ferry High.
Acting CEO anticipated to finish the academic year
University of Idaho Coeur d’Alene has a new leader.
Larry Stauffer, most recently former dean of the U of I College of Engineering in Moscow but also serving as director of the college of Engineering in Boise for 15 years, came to Coeur d’Alene as acting CEO in mid-September.
“Larry made it clear from day one he is committed to growing educational opportunities here in Coeur d’Alene,” said Sheri Bullock, Community Development Specialist at U of I Coeur d’Alene. "His experience and leadership within the university, both on campus and at the satellite centers, will prove to be an asset to our center team and the entire North Idaho community.
"I think they're really good in their front seven on defense," Montana coach Bobby Hauck said of Idaho. "They're a little bit hard to get a bead on offensively; they have a lot of offense. I think a lot of it is based on which quarterback they play."
The North Idaho College Board of Trustees scheduled a special meeting to select an interim president on Monday at 5 p.m. in the Edminster Student Union Building, Driftwood Bay Room on the NIC main campus in Coeur d’Alene.
Governor Brad Little joined members of the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council and Marimn Health leadership for a tour of the Coeur Center in Worley on Thursday to learn about the Tribe’s investment in youth prevention programs and view progress on the soon to be completed outdoor athletic complex at the center.
Family decorates a trick or treaters' delight on Halloween night
Trick or treaters can’t pass up this house.
The neighborhood Halloween show has been a tradition for a little over a decade since the family moved to Coeur d’Alene.
“It is known,” said daughter Nevaeh Bieker, a senior at Lake City High School. “I have a lot of friends who come trick or treating here.”
Reciprocal membership program allows greater access to museums
Museum members now have free admission to seven participating museums across Idaho and more through the Idaho History Reciprocal Membership Program started in May.Museum members now have free admission to seven participating museums across Idaho and more through the Idaho History Reciprocal Membership Program started in May.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 20-22.
Not that Post Falls is apologizing or anything, but the Trojans last week threw a monkey wrench into what was shaping up as the game for the 5A Inland Empire League championship tonight, Lewiston (7-1, 2-0 5A IEL) at Coeur d'Alene (5-2, 1-1) at 7 p.m. at Viking Stadium.
Senior Nellie Reese had 12 kills, 14 assists and five aces, junior Ella Hosfeld 19 assists and junior Allie Bowman 16 digs for Lake City (16-6), which faces Centennial High of Boise in a state play-in match on Saturday at 1 p.m. in Grangeville.
Coeur d’Alene Charter junior McKenna Kozeluh won the girls race in 18 minutes, 38.2 seconds, leading the Panthers to the team title by a 40-43 margin over the Badgers. Timberlake qualified for state finishing third.
Your editorial last Friday titled “Cd’A needs more than ‘angry’ in a mayor” was unfairly slanted against Joe Alfieri and toward Jim Hammond, even including a biblical reference to Mr. Hammond as the “anti-Alfieri.”
Two articles, side by side. One, by an esteemed group of former School Trustees, and one by a self-appointed judge of veteran Coeur d’Alene residents as being desperately in need of the influence of “outsiders.”
The Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre, a non-profit corporation and Idaho’s oldest performing arts organization, is holding “A Night of Spine-Tingling Music: A Halloween Fundraiser” at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 30th at Archwood Hall off Wallace Avenue in Coeur d’Alene.
According to MaxPreps' explanation of its computer rankings:
"Generally, the more a team wins, the higher the ranking. However, the system takes into account quality wins (against other highly ranked opponents) and strength of schedule.
"For example, a team's ranking is hurt more by losing to a team that is ranked below them than a team ranked ahead."
Seniors Allred, Jones and Nowak have Timberwolves in prime position for strong finish at state
“We’d gotten second in the region in the game before,” senior defender Miles Jones, and two-time team captain, said. “Being on varsity and getting second, I was just kind of fed up with it and I think the other guys were too.”
Gone are those predetermined matchups from years past. Instead, the Idaho High School Activities Association adopted using MaxPreps.com rankings to seed teams after qualifying tournaments had been completed.
“She’s just a consistent player,” Timberlake coach Michelle Garwood said. “She’s hard working, not flashy, but really consistent. And she just makes it look easy when it’s not. She’s just where she needed to be the entire time.”
Kindergartners and third graders at Betty Kiefer Elementary school in Rathdrum got a new book to add to their library.
Annie Winston, a local children’s author and founder of Jazzed About Reading (JAR), joined the kindergartners on Thursday to share her love for literature.
“It was just so fun,” Winston said. “It was interesting to see their enthusiasm for wanting to take in every word that was being said and to be active participants and to earn the rewards.”
JAR, a service organization and non-profit reading incentive program, was started in 2018 to serve local communities.
If you follow Kitty Cantina, Spokane’s cat café, on Facebook (and who doesn’t?) you’re familiar with two things: a seemingly endless fount of playful descriptions of baby felines known for the same energy, and a social feed full of doe-eyed piles of kittens.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson, Josh McDonald, and Chelsea Newby go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 16-19.
Superintendent addresses critical race theory, vaccines and more
The questions have been answered.
Coeur d'Alene School District Superintendent Shon Hocker posted a response to the community’s concerns addressing critical race theory, COVID-19 protocols, equity framework and more on Saturday.
“We're still seeing people out there being very vocal about mask mandates to the point where sometimes it seems like they don't even understand that we do not require masks,” Director of Communications Scott Maben said. “Where are these notions coming from? I don’t know.”
It all started with a plane ride to Portland.
Wes Walterman, a graduate of Coeur d’Alene high school, just happened to be sitting by TJ Southard.
“By the time we landed we became pretty good friends,” Walterman said. “And he had our family over for dinner one night and said, ‘Wes, I'm going make some burgers for you.’”
Trojans score in final seconds, beat Vikings for first time since 2015
Jacob Sullivan scored from a yard out with 24.1 seconds left, and Post Falls successfully defended a last-gasp Coeur d'Alene pass into the end zone on the game's final play to win 32-27 in a 5A Inland Empire League clash at Viking Stadium.
Someone had to win Tuesday’s 5A Region 1 girls soccer championship match between Coeur d’Alene and Lake City High.
It just happened to be the Timberwolves.
Depending on what happens today, we could see both at the state tournament.
"We've got to give him a lot of different looks," Idaho coach Paul Petrino said of defending EWU quarterback Eric Barriere. "Do a good job putting pressure on him, and do a good job staying in coverage when he moves, because that’s when he gets a lot of his big plays."
Book shares lessons not just for those on autism spectrum, but for all of us
Life After Lockdown, a collaborative book examining "perceptions of autism" in the wake of the pandemic. Two local women contributed work to it and say that it offers lessons not only for those on the spectrum but for all of us.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 13-15.
“Kenna had a big hitting night and when we needed momentum Kenna was the one making the plays,” Lakeland coach Kelsie Badger said. “We served tough tonight and Addie Kiefer was able to place the serve well to keep Sandpoint on its toes. Ziya stepped up and played middle with Bethany (Johnson) out due to injury from Tuesday night's game. Addie Raebel also is back and healthy from her ankle injury and she made a difference for us tonight.”
As former school board trustees for Coeur d’Alene School District 271, we are concerned by recent news articles and editorials highlighting local security concerns stemming from safety concerns around school board meetings.
North Idaho College Theatre Department is opening their doors for their fall production, "This Random World: The Myth of Serendipity," at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 21 in the Schuler Performing Arts Center, Boswell Hall on
NIC’s main campus in Coeur d’Alene.
She’s still getting things done.
Adeline Smith, the fourth grader who founded Growing the STEM with her older sister Lilian in 2017, is now a ninth grader at Lake City High School and the work hasn’t ended.
The 15-year-old co-developed a new afterschool program, the STEAM club, over the summer through a collaboration with Borah Elementary School teacher Shari Jackson.
"It (being an analyst) is very complex," said Curt Carr, high school football coach of Eric Russell, now a special teams analyst at Texas A&M. "It doesn’t get the notoriety, but head coaches know it’s a big deal."
The Gonzaga women's basketball team was selected to finish second in the West Coast Conference in preseason polls. Senior Melody Kempton was also named to the Preseason All-WCC Team as the poll and preseason all-conference team were announced Wednesday afternoon by the West Coast Conference.
The Human Rights Education Institute (HREI) is proud to bring community stakeholders, citizens and students together to introduce Author Christian Picciolini in an engaging comprehensive exploration of his book Breaking Hate: Confronting the New Culture of Extremism.
Local leaders bring awareness to Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome
Idaho leaders declare October Safe Infant Sleep awareness month. As the number one cause of death for children aged one to twelve months, education has proven a powerful force in decreasing those statistics.
Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office Cpt. Jeff Lee tells the News-Press that Jamie L. Jones, 45, of Fernwood was taken into custody without incident on the night of Oct. 8 around 10:50 p.m. for first degree arson.
“We played a lot of defense tonight, and struggled with serve-receive,” Lakeland coach Kelsie Badger said. “Our girls were able to battle back and played hard. Sam worked hard to better the ball for our hitters. Overall I am very pleased with the grit our players showed tonight.”
Community plans to show support for former NIC president
North Idaho College students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members plan to show support for former college President Rick MacLennan through a march on Oct. 27, prior to the next scheduled regular meeting of the NIC Board of Trustees.
Many, both in America and Afghanistan, were sorry to hear of the evacuation of all American troops but they realized the war had cost thousands of American lives, tens of thousands of injuries and trillions of dollars.
School board members are resigning across the country as the result of extreme right wing nationalist assaults that are based on unfounded claims that our children are being taught Communist, Socialist and Critical Race theories.
Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, who served as a state representative from Idaho Falls for a decade (2002-2012), has said often that she needed some time off from state politics to reflect and gain some perspective.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Josh McDonald go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 9-12.
Local theater for special-needs community opens this month
It’s not just a theater. It’s a chance for special people to shine in the spotlight.
Out of the Shadows Theater is opening their doors for their fifth production, “Bye Bye Birdie -Young Performers’ Edition,” with a cast made up entirely of special-needs performers.
“It’s a different theater,” said Tim Neary, a shadow actor. “It’s theater where the audience is rooting for the actors and you’re there to see something special.”
A decision on a whim became something that will impact her for the rest of her life.
Hailey Black, a senior at Coeur d’Alene High School, decided to participate in the Distinguished Young Woman program to meet new friends and ended up winning the title for Kootenai County, moving on to receive 2nd alternate at state.
“Everything’s out there in front of us,” Idaho coach Paul Petrino said. “Obviously we’ve got two really good opponents coming up (Eastern Washington and Montana), but all that mattered today was this one. They’re a good team, they’re a physical team, they’re a tough team, so that was a big win.”
““The guys played really well today,” Lake City coach Alan Rich said. “Our midfield was solid and we were able to control a good portion of the possession, especially in the second half. Our movement off the ball was some of the best it's been all year, the passing was sharp and I thought we attacked and defended exceptionally well with a different lineup than our previous games vs. Post Falls earlier in the season.”
"I think we played, especially in the first half, we played a really good football game," Coeur d'Alene coach Shawn Amos said. "That's something to feel good about. Step 1; that first league win is critical; we're one step closer."
Health department, others step up to offer help and support
The stigma surrounding mental health issues still exists although about 25% of all Americans struggle with mental illnesses. The 29th annual World Mental Health Day, October 10 will be marked by a suicide prevention walk, "Break the silence."
Teacher uses newspaper feature for discussion launchers
What do you want to be when you grow up? What’s something you’re saving up for?
Questions like these get the ball rolling to classroom discussions in Geri Hagler’s tech prep classes at Dalton Elementary School.
"It all starts with their quarterback — it seems like he’s been there forever," Petrino said. "He runs around the whole game, he runs around and extends plays, and makes them both throwing the ball down the field, and intermediate (throwing), and running."
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, the Bonners Ferry Herald, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 6-8.
"We're capable of a lot," Coeur d'Alene running back/linebacker Gunner Giulio said after the Vikings' third victory in that stretch, 27-17 over Skyview of Vancouver, Wash., at Roos Field in Cheney. "I would say, don’t underrate us."
“I feel like both teams had their moments — great digs, great defenses, great attacks,” said Coeur d’Alene coach Carly Curtis, whose team fell behind 5-0 in the deciding fifth set to 15. “We’ve been talking about mental focus, and resetting after an error. I think both teams were just battling it out, playing their hearts out, and we just happened to pull it out.”
The loss ended a 22-match winning streak for the Panthers, who finished 10-0 in the Intermountain League earlier in the day when it accepted a forfeit from St. Maries, which has been idled by COVID-19 for the past three weeks.
They’re doing everything to celebrate Idaho in this new nuclear-powered machine.
“We have three watch teams standing watch right now on board the submarine 24/7,” said
Commander Nicholas Meyers to a crowd of cheering audience, mostly active or retired Navy sailors.
Regarding the article in Thursday’s front-page story on COVID, there are two specific issues which I rarely hear or read about regarding COVID deaths: first and foremost is did those who died have underlying condition (obese, heart/lung issues, for instance, which affect COVID survival)?
In his letter to the editor (Tuesday, Sept. 29), Bob Whitehead of Post Falls took exception to the Coeur d’Alene Press reporting of the “MOB SCENE” prior to a meeting of the Coeur d’Alene School Board on Sept.
Local theater performs ‘The SpongeBob Musical’ regional premiere
Well, tartar sauce! There’s a new show in town.
Aspire Community Theatre will perform ‘The Spongebob Musical’ regional premiere in October, the first time the show will be performed in the area since it closed on Broadway in 2019.
Water quality monitoring confirmed the presence of cyanobacteria, also known as a harmful algae bloom (HAB) or blue-green algae, along the shorelines of both Cave and Hauser Lakes (including the east end of Hauser Lake and at the public beach). The algae was also discovered in the entire water body of Black Lake.
Last fall, the Knights qualified for the playoffs for the first time in 19 seasons — and their reward was a 78-6 loss at eventual state 1A Division I champion Oakley.
"Yeah, we made it to state, but we were completely demoralized," Lakeside athletic director Jerel Hight told the IHSAA board.
High school students partner with city, propose and lead civic projects
A City of Rathdrum program is giving high-school students an opportunity to conceptualize, plan, budget and present a civic-project of their choosing. Council members will select from the submissions and team up with students in funding the project and bringing it to life.
Remember that incredible play pulled off by Russell Wilson, when he spun out of a near-cinch tackle by Dontae Johnson and, in what seemed like the same motion, floated a perfect pass to Freddie Swain in the end zone?
In an era when partisan politics is playing an outsized role in our elections, I ask the citizens of district 1 in the upcoming school board election to consider Lisa May as the most qualified by experience, compassion and putting all students first.
Good job reporting on the situation the Coeur d’Alene School Board faced at their meeting that was derailed. It can’t be easy to balance the news between the reasonable, responsible citizenry and those who want to be the sole voice of the community (KCRCC).
As the old joke goes my favorite thing to make is reservations, but that’s hard to do every day; cooking and baking has never been a calling for me, but I love to eat and so does my husband, hence I do cook and I love to experience new foods.
In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Josh McDonald go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the Bonner County Daily Bee, and the Shoshone News-Press from Oct. 2-5.
CDA trustees must appoint someone to fill vacant seat
Following the acceptance of resignation for Trustees Jennifer Brumley and Tambra Pickford at the virtual meeting Monday evening, the Coeur d’Alene School District Board of Trustees must fill the vacant seats within 90 days according to Idaho Code.
Mic checks, last minute typing, camera check, shouts to be quiet.
It’s a bit of chaos and there’s only an hour before they go live.
These Timberlake High School kids start out every school morning prepping for the daily broadcast to inform the school of the day’s events.
There are no idle hands in this classroom.
Deanna Watkins’s fifth-graders at Twin Lakes Elementary school in Rathdrum are keeping their fingers and minds busy, submitting responses weekly for the Kid Scoop, a section of the newspaper just for kids, publishing weekly on Tuesdays.
Despite a career day from freshman Katy Ryan (Lakeland High) and holding match point in hand, the Cougars (8-6, 2-2 Pac-12) could not finish off the upset of the Bruins (10-2, 3-1) as UCLA escaped Bohler Gym with a five-set victory.