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Springtime babies galore on the prairie
A multi-generational farm and ranching family on the Rathdrum Prairie is in baby mode this month.
Life was good for interesting friend
The popular Most Interesting Man in the World advertising campaign for Dos Equis beer ran from 2006 to 2018. It has since endured via social media memes.
Christmas kindness is the best gift of all
The first day of the 12th month is dawning.
Prayers for families in grief journey
We’re tuned into and aware of thankfulness as Thanksgiving nears ... for the little things, the big things and all of the things in between that count as ble...
The bald eagle honored by tribe and community
'Tis the season for our beautiful, migrating bald eagles to return to Lake Coeur d’Alene to feast on spawning kokanee salmon.
Mortimer wins the day at annual auction
On Saturday night, the EXCEL Foundation held their annual Big Event at the Best Western Plus Coeur d'Alene Inn.
Honoring veterans who continue to serve
As we begin honoring veterans in November, I’d like to shine the light on a group that does those things that other people think just happen.
Getting a jump on Christmas lighting
“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven ...” Ecclesiastes.
Thank the music makers for elevating excitement
This past Friday evening was a picture-perfect, Norman Rockwell-esque home town homecoming game for the Post Falls High School Trojans.
Bring abuse into the light of day
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, but for those who live in the hell of that reality, it’s every month 24/7.
Goal reached, a finish line toast
On Sept. 1, Dani Zibell Wolfe began a quest to celebrate the month of her birth 64 years ago by running one mile for each year she’s been alive.
MAIN STREET: Bidding adieu to summer sun and fun
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.
Long-ago souvenir brings rush of memories
Coeur d’Alene’s Jim Custer and his bride of 58 years, Jennifer, have had a most interesting life, including meeting and then marrying while skating in the Ic...
First day photos, Dutch ovens and bikepacking
We're empty nesters, so no smiling photos of little kids in new clothes and backpacks heading off to the first day of school.
The arts inspire throughout our communities
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...
The season of transitions and goodbyes
We’re at least a month out from pumpkin spice and the leaves changing colors, but this is the season of transitions.