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TUESDAY, JULY 27, 2010

Post Falls Park

POST FALLS - It's time for the public to weigh in on how it wants parkland along the Spokane River at Post Falls developed.The Bureau of Land Management owns 2.2 acres south of Maplewood Avenue just east of the Riverside Harbor subdivision that stretches to...

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Dylan, Mellencamp Coming To Post Falls 14 

Seriously, Bob Dylan and John Cougar Mellencamp are coming to the Post Falls Greyhound Park Sept. 1 for a concert?! Do you think it will be worth $55 per ticket to see these two super stars? See TicketFly flyer and more information here. (AP photo:...

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Post Falls OKs Lawsuit Against EPA 

Item: Post Falls approves suit against EPA/Becky Kramer, SRMore Info: The Post Falls City Council passed a resolution tonight approving a lawsuit against the federal government over a phosphorus-reduction plan for the Spokane River. City Manager Eric Keck said Post falls is willing to do...

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Post Falls Store Leads In Booze Sales 

A state liquor store in Post Falls has become Idaho's top-seller of booze, with an influx of customers from nearby eastern Washington helping drive up sales of distilled spirits. Brent Layton lives in Post Falls and says sometimes he feels in the minority at the...

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FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2010

AM: No 4th Of July Events @ Post Falls 

A beetle perches on a wildflower growing along Highway 138 near Kellogg, Ore., on Thursday. (Credit Image: © Robin Loznak/ Records/Sherry AdkinsThursday's Scanner Traffic/DFO, HucksOnlineSummer weather continues into next week/Mike Prager, SRNo 4th of July events at Post Falls due to poor fund-raising/Brian Walker, PressAllred...

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PS: Meth Billboard Angers Post Fall Mom 27 

Dolly Metzger, a Post Falls mother, has written a letter to Post Falls Mayor Clay Larkin and the Post Falls City Council re: an Idaho Meth Project billboard that she considers increasingly offensive. The billboard is shown above. You can read her letter here.Post Falls...

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Post Falls Loves A Parade

Kerri Thoreson (More Main Street & OnLocation North Idaho) estimates tens of thousands of spectators turned out for her community's annual Fourth of July Parade. Here, Citizen of the Year Jackie McAvoy waves at the crowd in a vehicle driven by Parade Committee volunteer Pam...

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FRIDAY, MAY 14, 2010

Labrador, Ward To Debate In Post Falls 

With all the commotion that has occurred in the Raul Labrador-Vaughn Ward race for the 1st Congressional District GOP nomination, a debate scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday will be of interest. Labrador, Ward, and Harley Brown will be debating at the Garden Plaza, 545 North...

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TUESDAY, MAY 11, 2010

Running I-90 Road Work Gauntlet 13 

As you readers know, I drove through the road construction on Interstate 90, beginning at Spokane Street, within minutes after it started last week (about 8:30 last Tuesday morning). And then drove through the area the next day (around 9). I didn't have any trouble...

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MONDAY, MAY 10, 2010

Post Falls Priest Faces Misconduct Claim 

The Catholic Church placed a priest in North Idaho on administrative leave after an allegation of sexual misconduct with a male under 18 dating back to 1981 in Idaho Falls. The Idaho Statesman reports the Rev. William R. Gould was placed on leave on May...

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P.S. Otter Announces Re-Election Bid 

KerriT/More Main Street reports: "Idaho Governor Butch Otter was in Post Falls Wednesday morning to announce his re-election intentions at LCF Enterprises, Riverbend Commerce Park. He was introduced to the crowd by a talking robot, which was built and remotely operated by high school students."

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What about St. Joseph? 

POST FALLS - After seeing her Italian restaurant come to life during the recession, Tina-Marie Schultz believes it's time to celebrate with those in need.She's planning a free meal in honor of St. Joseph's Day on Sunday, March 21, from noon to 3 p.m. at...

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MONDAY, MARCH 15, 2010

Early Morning House Fire in Post Falls

POST FALLS-- Kootenai County Firefighters are on the scene of an early morning house fire. The fire is now out, but firefighters are still dealing with hot spots. It started just before 5:30 Monday morning on the 200 block of west 13th Avenue in Post...

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Kristen Dodson, pictured in her Post Falls home, has been a practicing hypnotherapist for 12 years. (Kathy Plonka)

You're getting sleepy 

Kristen Dodson, pictured in her Post Falls home, has been a practicing hypnotherapist for 12 years.Kristen Dodson first got interested in hypnosis in her teens, when her mother bought her a book on self-hypnosis.“I wanted to be a better badminton player,” the 44-year-old Post Falls...

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Post Falls Wants No-Wake For River 

Item: Post Falls joins fight for no-wake zone/KREMMore Info: It’s been a complaint of some homeowners along the Spokane River for many years, now, the city of Post Falls says it also wants a no-wake zone on a small stretch of the waterway. Balancing boater’s...

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Post Falls To Seek 2% Tax Hike 

Item: Time to trim: Post Falls plans 2 percent property tax hike amid revenue decline/Brian Walker, PressMore Info: Keck said the city will see an overall decline in revenues due to the recession, but the budget includes a proposed 2 percent increase (3 percent is...

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Post Falls Mulls Cat Licensing 13 

Item: New rules could curb wandering cats: Licensing animals will rid neighborhoods of nuisances, citizen argues/Brian Walker, CDA Press More Info: Police Chief Cliff Hayes said for the third time in the last 15 years he'll be seeking guidance from the council on whether it...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 2008

Larkin Sez PF In Good Shape

Item: Larkin delivers State of the City: Post Falls caps 'interesting' year, looks ahead to 2009/Brian Walker, CDA Press More Info: Linda Panabaker, among those who attended, said she realized Post Falls has a lot to cheer about despite the economic downturn after hearing Larkin's...

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Huckleberries Online

D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.