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Yesteryear: Central Motors

In this Old School North Idaho post, Don Miller posts: "This picture was taken in the 1930's at Central Motors, downtown Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. My dad, Wheeler Miller is the 3rd man from the left, front row." Question: Do you have any more information about...


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Montana's Smith River float more coveted than ever

WATERSPORTS — Demand is growing for natural scenic value and good fishing, as indicated by crowd attempting to be among the chosen ones to float a famous Central Montana River this season. Less than 15 percent of applicants seeking to float the scenic Smith River...


Eye On Boise

First 'Idaho Day' festivities kick off today... 

Today’s “Idaho Day” festivities will include commemorations in both the House and Senate chambers this morning, the official state celebration starting shortly after noon in the Lincoln Auditorium, and observances at schools and elsewhere around the state; there’s more info here. The House is planning...


Getting There

Why adding more lanes doesn't reduce traffic jams

This Sunday, we had an article in the paper about road diets and their increased use in the Inland Northwest. Unsurprisingly, some of the people who commented on the story were appalled that lanes were being reduced on some roads, appealing to city planners and...


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We're extending the commenting period for stories and blogs 29 

Just as an experiment, the Spokesman-Review is extending the commenting period for stories and blogposts from our current two day window to three days. The reason for this change is because we wanted to give people a longer opportunity to comment on our blogposts, which...

A new S-R blog

Veteran reporter Jody Lawrence-Turner launched Extra Credit, her new blog on education.


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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner o...














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