Time for a vote one way or the other. The Coeur d'Alene City Council will consider whether to put…Read more
Council Seat 3, City of Coeur d’Alene
About this race
This seat is being vacated by Councilman Al Hassell, who decided against seeking re-election.
City Council terms are four years and pay $750 per month, plus medical and dental benefits.
Last updated: Nov. 9, 11:49 a.m. Election results
|Patrick “Mitch” Mitchell||239||3.79%|
* Race percentages are calculated with data from the Secretary of State's Office, which omits write-in votes from its calculations when there are too few to affect the outcome. The Spokane County Auditor's Office may have slightly different percentages than are reflected here because its figures include any write-in votes.
It ain’t easy jettisoning public art devoted to tolerance. But the Bonner County commissioners are trying. Artist David Kraisler’s “Tolerance” – a 10-foot steel-and-wood piece – has “graced” the courthouse lawn in Sandpoint for 11 years, since its creation in response to a planned 2001 Aryan Nations parade that didn’t happen. The city of Sandpoint got first shot at hosting “Tolerance,” but passed on it, claiming at the time that lack of a policy for public art was the problem. Trouble is, the sculpture resembles two giant stick figures coupling. Read more
“Contrary to what they're saying in various parts of town, the decision to move the Doomsday Clock closer to…
Councilman Ron Edinger's motion will receive a second. Then whether the McEuen Field project should be put to a…Read more
Item: Change comes to Cd'A council: Adams, Gookin take oath; Bruning, Hassell honored/Tom Hasslinger, Coeur d'Alene Press…Read more
On his Facebook wall, Councilman-elect Dan Gookin posts: “Went to councilman school today. Very interesting. I relish wielding my new-found…
It's not getting shoved through. In fact, before the Coeur d'Alene City Council takes up McEuen Field again…Read more
In case you were wondering when Mary Souza would get around to gloating re: the election results Tuesday, you need…Read more
Coeur d'Alene Councilman-elect Dan Gookin hangs out with Reagan Republican brain trust Ron Lahr, left, and Jeff Ward at…Read more
As you may know, seven of seven candidates endorsed by Kootenai County Reagan Republicans in four towns in Kootenai County won last Tuesday, including two of two in Coeur d’Alene. Reagan Republican-endorsed Dan Gookin told Huckleberries that Coeur d’Alene residents were interested in chiefly three things: Where do you stand on a public vote on McEuen Field changes? Are you an incumbent? Are you a Republican? Read more
In discussing his election win Tuesday, Dan Gookin told HucksOnline that people wanted to know about three things when he…Read more
JohnA: My hat’s off to Dan (Gookin) and to all of the candidates. I have no idea why anyone…Read more
- HucksOnline: Did the voters of Coeur d'Alene give you & Steve Adams a mandate last night?
- Dan Gookin: The mandate…
- Monday Poll: Hucks Nation doesn't think either challenger Dan Gookin or Steve Adams will win Coeur d'Alene City…
- Weekend Poll: A supermajority wants to see the Idaho Vandals return to the lower-division Big Sky Conference and re-form national…
A Coeur d'Alene resident emails this to me (although I received it in the mail this weekend, too), with…Read more
Update: HucksOnline has learned that Strategery Group, which has been paid at least $9300 to date to assist in Coeur…Read more
Coeur d'Alene Honda, owned by state Sen. Kathy Sims, has contributed $908.48 apiece to the Coeur d'Alene…Read more
On his Facebook wall, Coeur d'Alene City Council candidate Dan Gookin posts this photo with the simple cutline: “Neat…Read more
Coeur d’Alene has been down one ghost since the one in the basement at Senor Froggy was exorcised when the restaurant at Seventh Street and Sherman Avenue was torn down. Now, Huckleberries hears from Managing Editor Devin Hellman of the North Idaho College Sentinel that there may be a spook in the college’s Seiter Hall. Read more