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  • Shy Post Falls High student sees leadership in her tea leaves

    They’re called flowering or blooming teas. Delicate flowers and leaves carefully tied together and designed to open into an artful display, or bloom, in a cup of water.


  • Children OK after school bus crashes into utility pole

    A Post Falls School District bus driver suffered possible medical issue and crashed into a utility pole.


  • Idaho voters back schools

    North Idaho voters were in a generous mood Tuesday, approving school tax measures from Bonners Ferry to St. Maries. The Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls school districts had strong voter …


  • Post Falls to vote on school levy, bond

    Population growth in Post Falls was putting pressure on its schools a decade ago, but officials held off asking voters for help when the economy soured and was slow to …


  • Coeur d’Alene students, Spokane reverend speak during MLK program

    Danielle Sablan of Skyway Elementary School stood before an auditorium packed with fellow Coeur d’Alene fifth-graders Thursday morning and spoke of her dream of a world at peace. “Let’s reach …


  • Cd’A Tribe donates $35,000 to food bank

    The Coeur d’Alene Tribe will donate $35,000 to the Post Falls Food Bank Weekend Nutrition Backpack Program, which aids Post Falls students who don’t have reliable access to good food …


  • Schools could get cash infusion

    NAMPA, Idaho – Idaho school districts are cautiously preparing to restore several cutbacks after being advised the state likely will distribute about $50 million in one-time payments next month if …


  • Summer meals help bridge nutrition gap

    Nutrition is vital to sustain a child’s growth and learning, and for some children school is the only place where they can get a balanced meal. The summer meals program …


  • Levies passing in CdA, Post Falls, Sandpoint

    Several north Idaho school districts asked voters today to approve levies to soften the blow of state budget cuts and expired federal funding.


  • CdA, Post Falls districts hope to levy voter approval

    North Idaho’s two largest school districts will ask voters on March 8 for more money to help maintain operations at basic levels following two years of state budget cuts. “Just …


  • As funding wanes, school districts look to levies

    Post Falls and Coeur d’Alene school districts, like most in the nation, have made tough cuts in the past two years because of a declining economy. Education officials expect the …


  • Dryer fire cancels classes at Post Fall High School

    A small fire in a clothes dryer forced evacuation Tuesday morning of Post Falls High School as well as cancellation of classes for the day, officials said. The fire began …


  • Voters approve technical campus on Rathdrum Prairie

    Voters in three North Idaho school districts Tuesday said yes to a levy that will raise property taxes for two years to build a $9.5 million professional-technical high school on …


  • Federal infusion will let Idaho schools drop furlough days

    North Idaho education officials are still deciding what to do with their cut of the $51.6 million coming to the state from a federal jobs bill. But they know the …


  • Voters in North Idaho approve KTEC levy

    Voters in three North Idaho school districts Tuesday said yes to a levy that will raise property taxes for two years to build a $9.5 million professional-technical high school on …


  • Vote is Tuesday on Rathdrum Prairie trade school levy

    Voters in the Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Lakeland school districts will go to the polls Tuesday to decide whether to pay more property taxes for two years to build …


  • School registrations, orientations this week

    Summer vacation is quickly coming to an end, and North Idaho students and their families must prepare for school. The school year will begin Sept. 7. In the Coeur d’Alene …


  • With voter approval, campus would provide technical training

    Voters in the Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Lakeland school districts will go to the polls Aug. 24 to decide whether they’ll pay for the $9.5 million construction of a …


  • N. Idaho residents to vote on professional-technical school

    Voters in the Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls and Lakeland school districts will go to the polls Aug. 24 to decide whether they’ll pay for the $9.5 million construction of a …


  • Schools’ budget reality strikes hard

    Consecutive years of belt-tightening are leaving Inland Northwest school districts with fewer notches available to further cinch up their spending. Temporary federal funds for education in the 2009-’11 biennium helped …


  • Gardening lessons

    Near the corner of Seltice Way and Greensferry Road in Post Falls, there are a bank, a tire store, a pawnshop. There’s also a one-acre residential lot dotted with towering …


  • Keane makes most of dealt hand

    Post Falls School District Superintendent Jerry Keane runs a tight ship. Even though Keane was named Idaho state superintendent of the year and Post Falls citizen of the year for …


  • Voters approve Post Falls school levy

    Voters in the Post Falls School District have overwhelmingly approved a $1.7 million school levy.


  • Keane, others honored

    Jerry Keane, the school superintendent of Post Falls School District, has had quite a year. Last Thursday, Keane was named Post Falls’ Citizen of the Year at the Post Falls …

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