Have you ever noticed that there’s an inevitable cascading effect from one simple action? Clean out one drawer in your house and you wind up cleaning out every drawer, not to mention closets and nearly everything else.
For 10 days they messaged back and forth, catching up on 40 years, and discovering a spark of mutual attraction that quickly became a flame. Freed from the student-teacher taboo, their relationship flourished on the internet.
Though “unsettled” seems an ambiguous term, it has long been used to describe certain weather conditions. In the meteorological world, its meaning is fairly specific and not as ominous as you might think.
Bones is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say he’s a cute and cuddly 3-year-old Chihuahua. He has a unusual rib that does not cause him any pain.
Wow, this has been a fall for the books. Just enough frost to turn the leaves, no winds to blow them off as of last Sunday, and lots of much-needed rain. While we wait for the leaves to fall, I thought I’d share a few observations of the season. Smart deer
Business was booming for vehicle prowls in Liberty Lake during the last week of October. In some cases officers discovered suspected vehicle prowls before they were reported and left their business cards on the cars for the owners to find.
The Spokane Valley City Council has made it clear that it desires a new library across Sprague Avenue from the new City Hall, but it’s not clear how it’s going to be paid for or who would run it. That was the takeaway by the frustrated contingent of Spokane County Library District’s board of trustees that gathered briefly outside Spokane Valley City Council Chambers on Tuesday evening, after listening to a city staff presentation on how the city could potentially de-annex from the district.
Elevations got its start when a group of therapists and a parent saw financial and insurance limitations restricting families’ access to needed therapies and therapeutic devices for motor, language, cognitive, and social-emotional delays, and they launched the organization to help improve access to these services.
On tonight’s “Idaho Reports” on Idaho Public Television, co-host Melissa Davlin interviews BSU professors Justin Vaughn and John Freemuth about federal issues from Craters of the Moon to the federal ...