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  • ‘Impeccable’ Kootenai County Clerk Cliff Hayes dies at 62

    Friends and colleagues are remembering Kootenai County Clerk Cliff Hayes as a public official who stood for integrity and transparency. Hayes, 62, died Thursday at his home near Post Falls. …


  • Bomb scares disrupt voting

    Two bomb scares disrupted voting Tuesday in Idaho. In Coeur d’Alene, voting was temporarily delayed at Woodland Middle School, the polling place for two Idaho precincts in Tuesday’s primary election, …


  • Kootenai County posts expenses

    Making good on a campaign promise three months into his first term, Kootenai County Clerk Cliff Hayes has begun placing the county’s accounts payable reports online. “The big word nowadays …


  • Embezzlement case triggers review of county rules

    Kootenai County’s new clerk, Cliff Hayes, has hired a former bank fraud investigator to review county procedures for handling money in the wake of a suspected embezzlement by a former …


  • Kootenai County revamps process in embezzlement’s wake

    Kootenai County’s new clerk, Cliff Hayes, has hired a former bank fraud investigator to review county procedures for handling money in the wake of a suspected embezzlement by a former …


  • Last Democratic official in Kootenai County loses job

    Kootenai County, already among the most conservative regions of the country, is about to lose its sole surviving Democratic elected county official. Longtime Kootenai County Clerk Dan English was defeated …


  • Kootenai County clerk’s race

    The recent lawsuit that challenged the City of Coeur d’Alene November 2009 election is at the forefront of the race for Kootenai County clerk.


  • Stereotype lecture hits home

    At A Family Runs Through It, local blogger Phil Corless has had it up to here with negative stereotypes aimed at home schoolers. Phil is a home schooler. Also, Phil …


  • Volunteer works way to Post Falls Police chief

    A Post Falls police officer who worked his way up from volunteer reserves to top commander was named Post Falls police chief Tuesday.


  • Post Falls police chief stepping down

    When Cliff Hayes joined the Post Falls Police Department, the city had fewer than 6,000 people and a single stoplight that switched to a blinker at midnight. The department had …

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