Peter Rivera, the former lead singer of the popular 1970s band, Rare Earth, will perform with Spokane-based The Step Brothers in downtown Coeur d'Alene Friday evening. Rivera, whose children graduated from Coeur d'Alene High, will be making a rare appearance when he performs for 1st Friday Funk.
Two employees of Litehouse Foods near Sandpoint were struck by a pickup truck while on a lunchtime walk Thursday. One was killed and one was critically injured, the Idaho State Police said. The workers were walking along McGhee Road just north of the Litehouse headquarters...
With a big Jehovah's Witnesses convention coming to Spokane, SR online developer Dan Gayle was asked by the SR to discuss his faith. Gayle admits in his comments that he was reluctant to step forward because "a vocal minority of crackpot religionists ... decry us as the mouthpiece of the beast." What is your view of Jehovah's Witnesses?
Buckle your seatbelt, my Huckleberry friend, permitless carry is now the law of Idaho, in time for the Fourth of July celebration in Coeur d'Alene. For the first time, everyone over 21, who are not otherwise disqualified, can carry a concealed weapon without a permit. (Question: How will the new law impact Idaho?)
Don't look now, but a progressive PAC is forming in Coeur d'Alene, with a goal of bringing balance back to local politics. Coeur d'Alene brothers Dan and Sherm Hanks are the brain trust of the new Freedom PAC. That name, of course, will make the Liberty wing of the Republican Party go nuts.