For more than 20 years, “Carol” lived contentedly in an RV within a local mobile home community. But when the community changed hands, she was unable to make the updates to her RV that the new owners required and was evicted.
Christmas for All's referring partners are Kootenai County's unsung heroes who walk alongside their clients to support them. They refer their clients to Charity Reimagined for specific assistance from Christmas for All, this newspaper's holiday charity campaign that through the great generosity of our readers helps recipients throughout the year.
Mark Robert Pierce, 49, of Post Falls, Idaho, died on November 10, 2023. He was born on February 8, 1974, in Silverton, Idaho. He was the third child of five and the oldest son of Robert and Rosemary (Tafolla) Pierce.
When the comprehensive plan was written three years ago, it cost the city roughly $450,000, which included the price of a consultant. State and federal code requires that the plan be updated every five years, so a midway revamp could incur major costs before the required plan review in two years.
Idaho may not be the first state that springs to mind for vino fans. But with modern winemaking dating back to the 19th century long before powerhouses like Washington and Oregon, Idaho is rapidly emerging from its neighbors’ shadows as a rising western region to watch. Though prohibition nearly eradicated the state’s early industry, it wasn’t long before pioneering producers reopened their doors and vineyards in the 1970s, paving the way for a reinvigorated proliferation of wineries over the last 20 years.