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Coeur d’Alene’s Jim Custer and his bride of 58 years, Jennifer, have had a most interesting life, including meet...
I’ve not yet surrendered to the end of summer by draining the pool and putting the floaties and patio furniture into the storage shed.
We're empty nesters, so no smiling photos of little kids in new clothes and backpacks heading off to the first day of school.
On Saturday night, Janet Carlson and her sister, Linda Hall, attended a performance of Love Letters starring Mike Pearce and Anne Lunceford Capellen at the B...
We’re at least a month out from pumpkin spice and the leaves changing colors, but this is the season of transitions.
When I’m asked what kind of a column I write, I’ve said for decades it’s about whatever amuses, annoys or inspires me in any given week.
Ron McIntire has received many awards and much recognition for his public service and prolific philanthropy.
Saving a historic structure
Last week’s Main Street column on the subject of beginning the process of uncluttering our home via a yard sale definitely struck a chord with quite a few readers, especially my Baby Boomer peers.
Too much, for far too long
Post Falls Trojans were everywhere in the parade, which is pretty cool since it’s summer vacation and normally students are scattered hither and yon.
Good neighbors are a blessing and Llolyn Pobran found out the hard way just how true that is.
A dozen years ago, when I was doing morning radio on KVNI, I accepted the invitation by the Coeur d’Alene Chamber of Commerce to announce the Fourth of July ...
A look back to the merry month of June 2021 offers quite the comparison weather-wise to the sixth month of this year.
On Friday midday, I was heading out to do some errands.