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Duck season opens early for vets, kids
September 21, 2023 1 a.m.

Duck season opens early for vets, kids

A Federal Migratory Bird (Duck) Stamp is not required for hunters 15 and younger but is required for hunters 16 and older.

Shooting investigation underway in Shoshone County
September 22, 2023 1 a.m.

Shooting investigation underway in Shoshone County

Incident is an alleged attempted murder-suicide

One man is on life support, and a woman and dog were both shot following an alleged attempted murder-suicide in the Woodland Park area of Burke Canyon, north of Wallace.

The power of likability
September 24, 2023 1 a.m.

The power of likability

I was fascinated by a CNBC article about Jennifer Hyman, the CEO of Rent the Runway, who attributed her business success to just two words — "Be likable."

Robert 'Bob' Dean Fenner, 60
September 20, 2023 1 a.m.

Robert 'Bob' Dean Fenner, 60

Robert (Bob) Dean Fenner, 60, passed away suddenly Friday afternoon September 15, 2023, at Kootenai Health in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

Travis Bohn, 44
September 21, 2023 1 a.m.

Travis Bohn, 44

Travis C. Bohn February 8, 1979 -August 26, 2023

Dogs and deer don't mix
September 21, 2023 1 a.m.

Dogs and deer don't mix

After being pursued by dogs, a deer succumbed to exhaustion with multiple bites over its body last week. Whether a dog owner failed to maintain control of their pets or was negligent in their care, the responsibility falls to their owner.

Will your family need to go to guardianship court?
September 20, 2023 1 a.m.

Will your family need to go to guardianship court?

If you are an adult in Idaho and become unable to make your own decisions in life due to injury, illness, or some other form of incapacity, there are generally two ways in which another person becomes the stand-in decision maker for you. The first way is through the use of a previously written and signed Power of Attorney Document in which you will have stated who it is that should make your decisions for you if you cannot do so. That stand-in decision maker is called your “Agent” or your “Attorney in Fact.” However, if you have not previously completed valid Power of Attorney documents, a judge will need to appoint someone to become your decision maker through a court process known as Guardianship and Conservatorship. If a judge has to appoint your stand-in decision maker, that person will be called your “guardian” and/or “conservator.”

Responding together
September 22, 2023 1:06 a.m.

Responding together

Busy week for Shoshone County fire, police agencies

Beginning with the head-on collision last Wednesday that closed I-90 near Pinehurst for over 12 hours, it’s been one major call out or another each day ever since.

SCSO investigating attempted murder/suicide
September 19, 2023 3 p.m.

SCSO investigating attempted murder/suicide

One man is dead, and a woman and dog were both shot following an alleged murder-suicide attempt in the Woodland Park area of Burke Canyon, north of Wallace.

FAST FIVE: Heather McDaniel: ITD information officer, cake decorator extraordinaire
September 23, 2023 1 a.m.

FAST FIVE: Heather McDaniel: ITD information officer, cake decorator extraordinaire

Meet Heather McDaniel, public information officer for the Idaho Transportation Department, District 1. Heather has been with ITD for just a few short weeks but comes from a long history in public service with the Spirit Lake Police Department and, most recently, the Idaho State Police.

A lively walk among the dead
September 23, 2023 1:09 a.m.

A lively walk among the dead

Sold-out cemetery tours breathe life into history

The names of Blackwell, Sanders, White and Pulaski are on the tour

September 22, 2023 1 a.m.

EDITORIAL: Separate constitutional defenders from pretenders

Start by building better understanding of nation's guiding light

Lasting love and laughter
September 20, 2023 1 a.m.

Lasting love and laughter

On Sept. 20, 1948, a young couple recited their wedding vows at the Hitching Post in Coeur d’Alene.

Youth Sports Sept. 20, 2023
September 20, 2023 1:15 a.m.

Youth Sports Sept. 20, 2023

Scores, news, highlights from local youth sports teams, leagues, etc.

'Just a good man'
September 19, 2023 1:09 a.m.

'Just a good man'

Aaron Robb remembered by Iron Horse customers as kind, generous

Friends remember Aaron Robb

Golden opportunity
September 25, 2023 1:08 a.m.

Golden opportunity

Girl Scout completes work at PF VFW to earn top award

The grounds of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3603 in Post Falls have been spiffed up and a flag drop has been installed thanks to the work of a local Girl Scout and her recruits.

We carry DNA from extinct cousins like Neanderthals. Science is now revealing their genetic legacy
September 25, 2023 5:30 p.m.

We carry DNA from extinct cousins like Neanderthals. Science is now revealing their genetic legacy

In the past few months alone, researchers have linked Neanderthal DNA to a serious hand disease, the shape of people's noses and various other human traits

Michael Edward Darrar, 56
September 19, 2023 1 a.m.

Michael Edward Darrar, 56

On July 13, 2023, my husband, best friend, and love of my life passed peacefully. Michael (Mike) surpassed many odds having lived an incredible 56 years with Cystic Fibrosis (C.F.).

Police chief placed on leave
September 19, 2023 1:07 a.m.

Police chief placed on leave

Hayden Lake Police Chief Ron Pumphrey was placed on Administrative leave Aug. 27, he said in a phone interview with The Press Friday.

ADVERTISING: Advertorial — What you need to know about multiple sclerosis and natural treatment options
September 20, 2023 1 a.m.

ADVERTISING: Advertorial — What you need to know about multiple sclerosis and natural treatment options

Multiple sclerosis is a challenging disease that isn’t well understood. Like most diseases, it is a combination of factors that contribute to its manifestation. In the medical industry, MS is believed to be a breakdown in the nervous system as a result of environmental, genetic and immune factors. Practitioners from other specialties believe it is due to vertebral subluxation interfering with proper nerve and body communication, nutritional deficiencies, toxic exposures, alterations in the electrical/energetic system of the body and more.