In a letter to the Coeur d'Alene Press, Sasha Fisher of Coeur d'Alene recommends that individuals who get tattoos should get them in places that are easy to cover up, for employment purposes. Sasha has 10 tats of her own. So she knows something about the topic
The first baby born in Kootenai County this new year is named Elliott Archer Glendening, a 6-pound, 8-ounce boy, according to Ryan Collingwood/Coeur d'Alene Press. He'll be referred to by his middle name. Collingwood explains why below. Were any of you Merry Hucksters born on New Year's Day?
I returned from a five-day vacay to see Amy Dearest and Okie Doke in Portland just in time to land in bed for 3 days with a miserable head cold. I'm still wobbly today. I wished I could pinpoint the culprit for my winter cold. My first suspects are fellow plane passengers. I have gotten sick within days after my last 3 plane rides ...
Coeur d'Alene lost a champion of the arts on the final day of 2016. Steve Gibbs, owner of the Art Spirit Gallery in downtown Coeur d'Alene, succumbed to Lou Gehrig's disease Saturday. Last fall, he told the SR: "I want to keep this place going and keep art and community strong in downtown Coeur d’Alene." He'll be missed by many.
Have you made a New Year's resolution or two this year? If you haven't, the Coeur d'Alene Press offered a laundry list of possible resolutions that you can borrow, in a recent editorial. If you have, can you share it with us?
It has been awhile since we've been together. So I thought I'd start the New Year with my last, full-length Sunday Huckleberries print column. It was published on Sunday, Dec. 25, marking the end of 32 years of full-length Huckleberries columns. Today, I'll begin writing shorter columns 5X/week.
We'll launch back into our routine again Tuesday morning. I have one more day of extended New Year's Weekend vacay to rid myself of a lousy cold that I brought back from Portland. Yeah, keep it weird. And keep your germs to yourself. Mrs. O...