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MONDAY, MAY 2, 2016

FRIDAY, JAN. 15, 2016

Samuel at first denied brother's killing 

At the start of his police interrogation, 14-year-old Eldon Gale Samuel III admitted shooting his father in the stomach the night of March 24, 2014, after an altercation in their Coeur d’Alene house. But then he blamed his father for attacking his 13-year-old brother Jonathan, who was hiding under his bed.

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MONDAY, AUG. 18, 2014

FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 2013

Floating Sponges May Clear Up Hayden Lake 

A Hayden Lake homeowners association installed a floating wetland next to its community dock Thursday, with the goal of improving water quality in one of the lake’s murky bays. Water sedges, monkey flowers and nutrient-loving grasses sprouted from two rafts constructed from spongy, plastic membranes....

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Fort Grounds Reacts to Condo Project 24 

The homes facing Lake Coeur d’Alene between downtown and North Idaho College are among the most coveted and priciest pieces of real estate in the city. And what happens along that alluring stretch of shoreline certainly gets noticed. One family living there will tear down...

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TUESDAY, AUG. 13, 2013

Darcy Wright, as Josephine Weninger, left, and Andrew Ware Lewis, as Alfred Von Wilmers, in a scene from Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre's Romance Romance.  (Dan Pelle)

Curtain falling on CdA Summer Theatre 

This is the final season of Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre "unless the community tells us otherwise," Executive Director Michelle Mendez said today. Ticket sales are at a 10-year low, and that's the primary income to produce the shows, Mendez and Artistic Director Roger Welch said...

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