Poop turns most people into nosepinching ninnies. But to Bill Gore, p-oo-p are the first four letters in opportunity.
"When I see a need for something, I jump on it," says Bill, no trace of humor showing on his young, bearded face. "People don't want to pick up the piles in their yard, so I'll do it."
Probably not the career Bill's mother envisioned for her boy. But when Bill called her with the idea from his Post Falls home last fall, she told him it was a money-maker.
To do something new, Post Falls is relying on the old. The River City will see the history of its falls in a pageant debuting this summer.
"We wanted Post Falls to have something unique," said organizer Nancy DiGiammarco. "And we got everything I dreamed of having."
1. Coeur d'Alene music store owner Rod Mitchell worked with Patty Duke on her new series, "Amazing Grace," which premieres tonight. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
2. Showtime. Patty Duke's new show "Amazing Grace" airs tonight at 8 on NBC. For preview, see IN Life, E1.
Slip into your snakeskin boots and faded jeans. It's just about downhome time in Post Falls.
The Post Falls Arts Commission has roped cowboy poet and philosopher Glen Bair and bluegrass band Rare Mountain Aire into performing for WinterSong at Templin's Resort tonight.
Pattie McFarland arranges a Valentine bouquet of white roses Monday afternoon. Hers and dozens of other flower shops rushed to fill orders for Valentine's Day. Photo by Jesse Tinsley/The Spokesman-Review
1. Tyler Bush's latest addition to Clay Town is this clay Rolls-Royce that took three hours to plan and build. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review
2. Tyler Bush has spent his free time over the last six years building his Clay Town which now spans 36 fee. Photo by Craig Buck/The Spokesman-Review