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Renee Henriette Moe-McCarley, 94
Renee Henriette Moe-McCarley died at the age of 94 on the evening of Tuesday, December 6, 2022 while in residence at the Life Care Center in Post Falls, Idaho.
Hunter survives grizzly bear attack in Montana
The man fired at the bear with a shotgun and a handgun, wounding the animal, which returned to the cover of the thick brush, wildlife officials said.
BEST OF NORTH IDAHO: Human vs. Humane
We have just recently completed the nominations for the “Best of 2023,” in the North Idaho Business Journal.
Avian influenza sees another surge
Hunters urged to use caution this fall waterfowl season
The AI strain that swept across Idaho earlier this year was extremely deadly
KHS: 1,412 animals adopted in 2022
Nonprofit prepares for move into new home on Atlas Road
The Kootenai Humane Society connected more than 1,000 animals with homes last year.
Soft sounds of Celtic dance band to feature at JACC
Sensory-friendly free concert open to everyone
Banna Damhsa will be performing Celtic songs and classics from 3-4 p.m. Saturday at the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center. Pronounced BONna DOWsa, which means "Dance Band", the band is composed of musicians Jan Clizer, Dave Beach, and Char Beach, who have come together from various musical backgrounds to bring energetic and fun music for dancing pleasure, but with a sensory soft spot.
Bruce Wayne Miller, 64
It is with heavy heart we announce that Bruce Wayne Miller started his next adventure with his passing on 24 September 2022, while surrounded by the love of his family.
YOUR PHOTOS: Wildlife in North Idaho
NEXT CALL FOR PHOTOS THEME: Pets of North Idaho
Had enough snow?
I hope you like snow as we've certainly seen plenty of it lately.
Go big: KHS seeks homes for rising intake of large-breed dogs
KHS has about 25 dogs available for adoption. Nearly all are considered big, in the 40-pound range or more, and thus take longer to find someone willing to adopt them.
Northern Plains tribes bring back their wild 'relatives'
But tribal members say they’re committed to rebuilding native species with deep cultural significance to restore balance between humans and the natural world
Joan Rebecca Selders, 75
Joan Rebecca Selders passed from this life into the arms of her Savior Jesus Christ on February 1, 2023, at Kootenai Health in Coeur d’Alene, ID.
LITTLE: Leads with wisdom
Governor Little has served our state with wisdom, dignity and honor, displaying his obvious love for the people of Idaho.
Seeing the 'Daylight'
Humane society hopes to top last year's record fundraiser
Tails at Daylight coming up
Fashion sneakers propel sustainable rubber in Brazil Amazon
Rubber was once central to the economy of the Amazon
It's fall and that means is pheasant time
Here’s what you need to know for pheasant hunting in the Panhandle
Hunters can enjoy another year of pheasant hunting at two wildlife management areas in the Panhandle beginning in early October. Whether you are a new hunter or a seasoned veteran, pheasant hunting opportunity in 2022 will not disappoint. Pheasant will be stocked at two locations in the Panhandle: Boundary-Smith Creek WMA and the Lane Marsh parcel on the Coeur d'Alene River WMA.
Waterfowl season for youth, veterans/active military runs this weekend
In order to be eligible to participate as a veteran or active duty military, a hunter must be licensed
Spielberg needs (at least) 6 — A time-traveling Oscar journey
Three is good. Six would be better.
Deaf, blind and loved
Cristene Justus and Double J Dog Ranch provide sanctuary, find homes, for special-needs dogs
Give a dog a home