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The celebration of Independence Day this year will be unlike any other.
Idaho’s Legislature should not be trusted with the power to reactivate itself.
Idaho Farm Bureau President Russ Hendricks defends the current property tax system.
If you’re expecting to read a fervent plea that Idaho Gov. Brad Little impose a statewide face mask mandate, you’ve come to the wrong place.
It’s said that if you live long enough, you’ll get cancer.
Did you ever benefit from a friend who tossed an arm over your shoulder, and muttered something mundane that proved monumental 20, 50, maybe 75 years from now?
Once upon a time, Americans didn’t need corporate sponsorships to pull off a big Independence Day bash.
The businessman boarded a Sunday train in the heart of New York City. Content with his newspaper, the man simply wanted to be left alone — a feat that proved impossible.
Coeur d’Alene’s contingent in the Idaho Legislature proudly signed their names to an important letter to the editor in today’s Opinions.
It’s almost impossible to keep up with the changes taking place in society right now.
Scanning lists of last-minute ideas for a great Father’s Day gift brought only a frown instead.
Who knew a preface could say so much.
Before we pummel your Sunday stomach with some painful statistics, we promise: They’ll be followed by encouragement and a potent suggestion.
Steve Matheson, we salute you.
In the days when sailing ships ruled the seas during times of war, massive amounts of gunpowder were stored in a hold below the water line. These gunpowder magazines were dry because wet powder is the surest way ...