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Oh deer! Rescuers on thin ice at Hauser Lake

The quiet of a winter night on Hauser Lake turned into a wildlife spectacle Wednesday after a deer crashed through the thin ice and rescuers jumped into action.

Pelicans take a breather at area lakes during annual migration

Recently spotted at Hauser Lake, the American white pelican is just passing through. With a 9-foot wingspan, this pelican is one of the largest birds in North America, according to Audubon Society. Lindell Haggin, Spokane Audubon Society member, said they are impressive birds.

Hauser under the gun to pay attorney fees

The city of Hauser must reimburse its local gun club for attorney fees the club accrued fighting the city in a lawsuit over a code violation. Thoughts? CH

Man arrested in connection with body found near Hauser Lake

Spokane police arrested a man last week and extradited him to Idaho, where he is accused of having a connection to the suspicious death of a woman whose body was found partially submerged in a slough near Hauser Lake. Patrick Neil McGhee, 47, is a Hauser resident. He is accused of failing to notify law enforcement of the death of 55-year-old Kelly Lynne Sallee. His bond is set at $250,000.

Arrest made in connection to Spokane woman’s death

A man was arrested last week in connection to the suspicious death of a Spokane woman whose body was found partially submerged in a slough in Hauser Lake, Idaho. Spokane police arrested Patrick Neil McGhee, 47, in connection to the death of Kelly Lynne Sallee, 55, who was found June 11 in a slough off the west side of Hauser Lake Road.

Out & About: Obama gun frenzy pays conservation dividend

Obama gun flap boosts habitat OUTTAX – State fish and wildlife agencies across the country are direct beneficiaries of the unprecedented spike in firearms sales spurred by President Obama’s 2008 election.

Ice-fishing event draws crowd

Last weekend’s free ice-fishing event at Hauser Lake, organized by Idaho Fish and Game, was a chilling success in luring people of all ages to try the sport. Although agency staffers and three helpers from Cabela’s were signed to run the event, Idaho Fish and Game officials gave a big special thanks for service beyond the call of duty to the three sportsmen. They were ice fishing at the lake when they saw the organizers being overwhelmed by people eager to borrow fishing gear from the Take Me Fishing trailer.