Cd'A City Council expected to approve contract on Tuesday
The Coeur d'Alene City Council is expected to approved a new contract with the Coeur d'Alene Police Association on Tuesday.
The three-year deal includes several cost of living adjustments and would be effective Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, 2025. It follows two negotiations meetings and executive sessions in the past few weeks.
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Miss Janet a cherished, longtime volunteer at Ramsey Magnet School
Once a teacher, always a teacher.
This is particularly true of 89-year-old retired teacher Janet Crane, a cherished volunteer who has shared her gifts with Ramsey Magnet School of Science students for 17 years.
Neighbors will share affirmations and kindness with each other
Kindness is about to be shared throughout the Coeur d’Alene area.
“Love Live Here CDA, a program of the Human Rights Education Institute, is excited to bring the community together to show their appreciation of their community neighbors by spreading affirmations of love and kindness to their neighbors through kindness cards,” said an HREI news release announcing the project.
A petition for judicial review was filed by Kovacs last week in district court. It alleges that Commissioners Bill Brooks, Chris Fillios and Leslie Duncan exceeded their authority when they made the “unprecedented” decision to slash Kovacs’ pay. He alleges that, in doing so, commissioners have impeded his ability to perform the duties of his office.
“I’m glad Idaho hasn’t forgotten who I am,” she said with a laugh. “I’m proud that I had a pretty strong role in the development of women’s athletics … I’m very glad I was there. It’s a great institution. Moscow is a wonderful community and the relationship between the community and institution is fantastic. And I hope it always stays that way.
“It’s nice that young girls don’t think about that (Title IX) now, but they need to, because it hasn’t always been this way.”