Kerri Rankin Thoreson shot this photo and writes, "Our squirrel family really enjoys the snow, leaping from branch to branch, hanging upside down and playing tag. The entertainment value right outside our window is worth the price of peanuts."
Well yesterday was certainly interesting. Blog comments didn't get enabled until after 10 AM, glitches and slowdowns in the system made posting and loading pages very slow.
Kinda fitting for the last Monday of the year.
As the mom of 4 active sons who played most every sport aside from rugby, the two things that made me most nervous were skateboarding and sledding.
The park near our house is fine, but when my husband took them to parks with steeper hills, I stayed home. Made me too nervous.
Have you or your kids ever been injured while sledding?
CLEVELAND – A grand jury on Monday declined to indict a white rookie police officer in the killing of Tamir Rice, a 12-year-old black boy who was shot while playing with what turned out to be a pellet gun.
The 2015 edition of the Idaho Lottery’s “$1,000,000 Raffle” game has ended in a sell-out, officials said.
The 250,000th ticket was sold early Tuesday morning, according to Lottery spokesman Dave Workman, and sales have now officially ended. No additional tickets will be issued.
A company created a map of the video games each state sucks at the most. Apparently Idaho isn't good at "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim." Researches looked at Google searches of how to cheat at each game to compile their data.
What was the last video game you played?
Timber that burned in 2015's fires on 6,000 acres of state endowment land in Idaho will be salvaged to make millions of dollars for the endowment funds that support Idaho’s public schools and other state institutions.
At least one-third of the Power Five conference schools are not punishing athletes as harshly as they were 10 years ago for testing positive for marijuana and other so-called recreational drugs, according to an investigation by The Associated Press.
Music journalist Jim Fusilli calls them the generationally biased, or Gee Bees. They’re the folks who lose touch with popular music around the time their first grey hairs sprout, and are convinced that nothing can compare with the music of their youth.
Well? Do you prefer the music of your youth?
BAYVIEW — A woman was arrested for allegedly ransacking her boyfriend’s home and causing damage with two axes early Saturday morning following a Christmas party.
Note to self: hide axes before holiday parties. Also, doesn't this sound like a country western song?
A Spokane Regional Health District proposal is part of the health district’s effort to extend prohibitions on smoking in public places to vaping devices. Anywhere that smoking is forbidden, vaping would be forbidden, too, said Paige McGowan, the health district’s coordinator of tobacco, electronic cigarettes and marijuana prevention.
COEUR d’ALENE — Kootenai County commissioners are considering a new land use category that creates a new classification for resort lodges, conference centers and guest ranches.
During a Dec. 10 public hearing on the issue, the commissioners received comments from 58 citizens, and 44 opposed the changes.