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Opinion

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Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago

OPINION: Laying a foundation for the future

H521 offers trifecta for Idaho families

Updated 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
EDITORIAL: Town Hall sets example worth emulating

Accurate information is needed to stifle malicious rumor-mongering

Updated 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
EVENT: Cleared up confusion, misinformation

During his presidency, George Washington witnessed the friction between the Democratic-Republican Party in opposition to the Federalists. It concerned Washington that this friction would ultimately undermine all th…

Updated 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
BIDEN: Gratitude for essential funding

Thank you, President Joe Biden, for signing the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 economic stimulus package. Citizens of Kootenai County should be especially grateful for the $24 million provided by th…

Updated 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
CAUCUS: Urgent call to all Republicans

In case you haven’t heard, the Republican presidential caucus is Saturday, March 2. This is the only opportunity that Idaho Republicans will have to weigh in on who the party nominee for president will be.

Updated 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
CLIMATE: Activists more like Thought Police

A recent letter to the editor bemoaned the lack of faith that many of us have in the messages of doom touted by environmental activists. If only we truly believed more fervently, we would be able to avert an otherw…

Updated 16 hours, 36 minutes ago
CHILDREN: Let’s work on what matters

Senate Bill 1289 (SB 1289) is promoted as legislation to protect children from harmful materials in libraries. It is similar to the 2023 Idaho legislative session House Bill 139 (HB 139) which Governor Little vetoe…

Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago
EDITORIAL: More voter information needed for Idaho

Press supports Idaho Secretary of State Phil McGrane's voter guide proposal

Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago
PRIMARY: Here’s where real blame belongs

A recent letter by Thomas Sanner begins with, “The secretary of state should reread his own mission statement. He probably would not have sided with the governor and ended Idaho’s presidential primary.”

Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago
VOTING: It’s our duty to stay informed

Choosing a preferred candidate can be difficult in a world of misinformation and disinformation, and it’s important to choose a candidate who closely aligns with your values. That’s why it’s important to stay infor…

Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago
TRUMP: Rules Congress from his resort

It’s hard to believe that there are so many MAGA Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives, that they are letting a man with no legal authority run the American government from Mar-a-Lago, a mansion in Flori…

Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago
BYPASS: Oregon offers model to consider

An article in your Feb. 17 edition detailed efforts by our state to study traffic on the Rathdrum Prairie, identifying potential trouble areas and giving direction on improvements to mitigate them. I am glad that t…

Updated 2 days, 16 hours ago
SPOKANE: Boomtown welcomes the abyss

Jack London lived with the poor in overpopulated Europe, then he wrote The People of The Abyss.

Updated 4 days, 16 hours ago
EDITORIAL: A standing O for our amazing girls

CHS, LCHS gave region a championship worth savoring

Updated 4 days, 16 hours ago
OPINION: GOP should uphold electoral process integrity

People want May primary, not March caucus