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  • UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 26, 2017, 10:17 p.m.

    Child injured on ride at the North Idaho Fair

    A child was injured at the North Idaho Fair at the Kootenai County Fairground Friday night, resulting the in the closure of the ride she was on.


  • Large or small, wildlife captures attention at North Idaho Fair

    Under a microscope at the North Idaho Fair & Rodeo, a drop of water from Lake Coeur d’Alene teemed with life. A Daphnia galeata, one of the zooplankton in the …


  • Plenty of fun to lasso at North Idaho Fair & Rodeo

    The North Idaho Fair & Rodeo opened Wednesday morning with a striking new entryway and plaza that pays tribute to a century and a half of Kootenai County history, from …


  • North Idaho Fair opens with updated feel, same traditions

    Dane Dugan has a confession: “I’m a fair junkie, there’s no denying it.” He loves it so much he sleeps at the county fair. Actually that’s more of a necessity …


  • Summer fun, Idaho style

    Call it quaint or down-to-earth, if you like. The North Idaho Fair & Rodeo may not sizzle with celebrity entertainers and souped-up tractor pulls. But it’s got pluck and is …


  • NIC freshman wins texting title

    Ready. Set. Text … “NIC and Phones + partner together to raise $ for the NIC scholarship foundation! NIC and Phones Plus; keepin’ it local!”


  • Suspicious briefcase closes Post Street Bridge

    A suspicious briefcase found at the north end of the Post Street Bridge in Spokane on Monday morning contained an old camcorder. The bridge was reopened at 10:40 a.m. after …


  • Cool-weather vegetables may show best at North Idaho Fair

    Charlotte Pegoraro’s kale grew bigger and bigger this year until the ruffled blue-green leaves unfurled like an enormous umbrella. “My giant kale,” Pegoraro said with a chuckle Monday as she …


  • Demo derby rookie is ready to rumble

    Tia Flynn will be celebrating her 45th birthday by bashing and banging her gift into oblivion in a public spectacle that’s long been a Coeur d’Alene crowd-favorite. As a first-time …