Matt Roetter, a Hayden City Council candidate, is claiming incumbent Tim Timmins will see personal financial gain from a class-action lawsuit against the city. The lawsuit, filed in 1st District Court in Kootenai County in April 2012, challenges the legality of a fee paid in order to get a building permit.
The gunman who opened fire at Oregon's Umpqua Community College singled out Christians, according to the father of a wounded student. Before going into spinal surgery, Anastasia Boylan told her father the gunman entered her classroom firing. "I've been waiting to do this for years," the gunman told the professor teaching the class.
In a letter to the Coeur d'Alene Press editor, Sandra Boynton of Rathdrum says President Obama deserves credit for the impact of his economic policies in turning the local economy around: "He has succeeded even with the constant obstruction of the Republicans and not one article ever gives him the credit he so richly deserves."
In his weeky Cheers & Jeers column, Opinion Editor Marty Trillhaase gives JEERS ... to Sens. Jim Risch and Mike Crapo, and Rep. Raul Labrador, all R-Idaho: "Why is it every time this nation even flirts with another government shutdown, these three climb aboard?"
Huckleberries Online has reached the 3/4s turn of 2015 in better shape than ever. The blog passed the 2 million page-view mark at mid-month and appears headed for a record 2.8 million page-views for the year. I thought we would have a barn-burner of a...
At the recent Spokane County Library Ditrict Night at the Library, emcee Kris Crocker of KXLY nailed the pronunciation of Cindy's surname (Huh-vall). Kris made sure that she pronounced it correctly by contacting "War Bonds" author/HBO supersub Cindy before hand. (Question: Is your surname easy to pronounce?)
A visibly frustrated President Obama offered condolences to the victims of the mass shooting at an Oregon college on Thursday, but he added that "our thoughts and prayers are not enough," and voters should demand changes to the nation's gun laws.
KeithinCDA and our old buddy Bent are behind the first North Idaho Cider Oktoberfest being planned for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at the North Idaho Cider tasting room at the Coeur d'Alene Airport industrial park. Keith & Bent will offer brats and cider, plus vendor booths.
Classical guitarist Brad Richter of Tucson, Ariz., and Viktor Uzur will present a live concert at The JACC in Post Falls Friday. Richter is described as "one of the most influential classical guitarists working today." Mr. Richter is returning to the Inland Northwest for his annual Lead Guitar residency program with the Post Falls High School.
Idaho is, by far, the smallest wine region in the Pacific Northwest − and it is poised to continue to grow. Thanks to a commitment to quality and explorations into what the best grape varieties could be, the Gem State wine industry is showing it’s ready for prime time. (Question: Which alcoholic beverage type do you prefer: beer, wine, hard liquor?
At Idaho Education News, Kevin Richert breaks down the lawsuit filed against Gov. Otter, Superintendent Sherri Ybarra & Co re: Idaho's version of the math and English language standards of Common Core. The lawsuit is underwritten by Wayne Hoffman's ultraconservative Idaho Freedom Foundation.
Daily roundup of links from HucksOnline blogs includes: School's out/Faithful Geek,
How would you fix ice hockey?/Slice, Ales of Avista: Rest of the fest/On Tap, Last yard sale of the year/Simple Mind, Where did we go off the rails?/Fort Boise,
October among best of sports months/Grip, and School's out/Faithful Geek + more ...
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter wants the state Board of Education to take a “more active role” in K-12 education, Idaho Education News reports, while in the past he had asked the board to focus on higher education. Otter articulated the new direction in a letter to the board over the summer, EdNews reports.
The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that a collared grizzly bear was shot and killed by a hunter at the bottom of Kings Pass and Beaver Creek Road which is located approximately 6 air miles north of Osburn/Wallace.
As many as 13 people were killed and 20 injured Thursday when a shooter opened fire in a classroom at a community college in southern Oregon. Attorney General Ellen Rosenbaum said the shooter was killed in the melee at Umpqua Community College near Roseburg, Ore.
The Bonner County Sheriff released the identity of the man shot and killed during a domestic battery on Tuesday at around 11:00 p.m. Scott Spangler, 44 from Priest River, was killed from gunshot wound. The Bonner Co. Sheriff confirmed Spangler was fatally shot by his wife in self-defense during a dispute at 4800 block of Spirit Lake Cutoff Road.
Local law officials are now investigating the death of an individual at a grass fire along I-90/15th St, CdA, early this morning. Authorities weren't able to begin the investigation involving the burned body sooner because the area was too hot. The victim of the fire has not been identified.
The Kootenai County Reagan Republicans have endorsed two candidates for the Coeur d'Alene City Council: Toby Schindelbeck (over incumbent Ron Edinger) and incumbent Steve Adams (over former county clerk Dan English). Thoughts?
The Moscow-Pullman Daily News has published three stories in recent months that give the Idaho Vandal football team a black eye. Now, some -- many? -- Vandal fans are accusing the newspaper and sports reporter Shawn-Michael Dugar of having a vendetta against Coach Paul Petrino, his staff and his players.