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KEA will host Wild & Scenic Film Festival

The Kootenai Environmental Alliance’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to Coeur d’Alene on Friday, March 24 at the Schuler Auditorium on the North Idaho Community college campus at 880 W. Garden Ave.

Sports >  Outdoors

First grizzly bear of spring spotted in Yellowstone National Park

UPDATED: Thu., March 9, 2023

On Tuesday,  a Yellowstone National Park wildlife biologist on a radio telemetry flight observed the first grizzly bear of 2023 to emerge from hibernation. The adult bear, estimated at 300-350 pounds, was seen near the remains of a bison carcass in Pelican Valley, in the central-eastern part of the park, according to a park release.
Sports >  Outdoors

Reader Photo: A snowbird’s delight

UPDATED: Wed., March 8, 2023

Web extra: Submit your own outdoors-related photographs for a chance to be published in our weekly print edition and browse our archive of past reader submissions online at
Sports >  Outdoors

Midstokke: No really, get off the beaten path

In the 1930s, the population of Idaho was creeping upwards of 450,000, in trend with the rest of the nation, and equally impacted by the scourge of the Depression. Roosevelt’s 1933 creation of the Civilian Conservation Core brought “dignified work” to nearly 86,000 men in the state over the next nine years. Among their many projects: building a significant portion of the nearly 10,000 miles of trail that meander through some of the lower 48’s most remote wilderness.

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