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Letters to the Editor

Letters Policy. The Press encourages letters as a means for readers to share opinions and feedback about local and regional news and events. However, letters will not be published if they include profane, obscene language or if they promote, foster or perpetuate discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation. Letters must not exceed 275 words. Letters must include the writer’s full name, hometown and daytime phone number (not for publication) or they will not be published. Please submit letters to: letters@cdapress.com, or mail to Readers Write, The Press, 215 N. Second St., Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816.

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CDA: Recreation needs revitalization

As a North Idaho native who has spent most of my 35 years in the Coeur d’Alene area, I’ve watched this city morph into what feels like a dystopian paradox. Despite its growth, Coeur d'Alene seems increasingly stagn…

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BOOKS: Where Twice is nice

Twice Told Tales, the charming little used book store nestled in the corner, near the lobby, at the Post Falls Library is now fully open each day except Sunday. The hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Supported and staffed…

Updated 1 day, 13 hours ago
END TIMES: Earth’s peoples and E.T.s

Intelligence experts testified before Congress (2023) that the U.S. Government does reverse engineering on “alien craft.” “Yes, they have recovered non-human biologics.”

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ANIMALS: No call for neglect, abuse

I feel compelled to express my feelings about the tragic ways people deal with animals that they decide they don’t want or cannot keep due to circumstances they find themselves in. The stories I hear are heartbreak…

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PROTESTERS: No sympathy here

The whole world is laughing at us, including Hamas. All these protests at colleges, this is what happens when left faculty is allowed to teach this young, pampered generation. This is the same generation who has no…

Updated 3 days, 13 hours ago
AMMON: Proud to be a librarian

Lest readers of a recent column believe that librarians are anti-American, anti-family and wicked, I must correct the record.

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PATZER: An ideal precinct committeeman

We would like to endorse David Patzer for the position of Precinct 205 Committeeman.

Updated 3 days, 13 hours ago
ELECTION: Support this superior slate

As a lifelong resident and someone who has been deeply ingrained in our community for over three decades, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside exceptional individuals who have dedicated themselves to betteri…

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ELECTION: Time to cure political illness

We’ve all heard that eating healthy foods, exercising and getting ample sleep may help us live a better quality of life. Prevention of an illness is better than suffering through an illness.

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COURTS: Tennis lovers get the shaft

This month the dual purpose tennis/pickleball courts at Cherry Hill are scheduled to be converted to pickleball only. I would like know how this decision was made.

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KCRCC: Souza has them pegged

After reading Senator Souza’s “My Turn” May 11 about the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee (KCRCC) and Brent Regan, I have to agree completely with her understanding of Regan and KCRCC. She defines them …

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OSTERBERG: For Shoshone clerk

I am writing this letter in support of Lori Osterberg for the office of Shoshone County Clerk. I have known Lori for over 25 years. She was born and raised in Shoshone County, also raising her family here. I first …

Updated 3 days, 13 hours ago
3Cs: Choir offers a song of gratitude

On behalf of the 3Cs Coeur d’Aleers Choir, a big thank you to all of our friends, families and groupies from the community who came to our free concerts at Trinity Lutheran church on Fifth Street on Tuesday afterno…

Updated 4 days, 13 hours ago
ELECTION: Pick Lisa for Precinct 411

I am honored to endorse my friend Lisa Carlson Aitken for Precinct Committee Captain for Precinct 411. A Coeur d’Alene native and product of Coeur d’Alene schools, she is also raising her children and grandchildren…

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ELECTION: Morrisroe a proven leader

Precinct 312 Committeeman Greg McKenzie is one of the three incompetent and divisive NIC trustees who was “rated and vetted” by the KCRCC. His campaign flyer says nothing about him other than his allegiance to the …