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The idea came to 13-year-old Ethan Heffernan after attending the Indian Trail market with his mom, Leslie Heffernan. There were not a lot of vendors at the market, so why not start his own small business doing something he already enjoyed and join the other local entrepreneurs at the event, he said.
Momentum is a funny thing in high school sports, especially come playoff time. At the start of the fourth quarter Friday night, it seemed like Post Falls had it.
Post Falls coach Blaine Bennett hopes to see his Trojans get over the hump this season. A regular in the state playoffs the past few seasons, he'll lead his squad into a first-round game against perennial power Mountain View at home on Friday at 7 p.m.
Investigators are a step closer to filing charges against two suspected human traffickers after filing two warrants Tuesday.
With the presidential election on Nov. 3 weighing heavily on my mind, I decided that I would finally drive over to Post Falls to check out the White House Grill and the Oval Office Bistro & Martini Bar. Why not drink away reality – responsibly, of course – for one afternoon, right? Sunday was the chosen day.
You would think playing a district title football game in a snowstorm would lead to a lot of handoffs, ball control and defense.
As the Kootenai County, its cities and its towns prepare for a wave of growth that could mean more 300,000 people by 2040, area officials and private developers are implementing and considering new approaches to manage the expected changes.
If this was one last dress rehearsal, Coeur d’Alene might end up taking a curtain call this season.
A group of Post Falls neighbors who live on the south side of the Spokane River are challenging the approval of a 57-home subdivision on what was an abandoned hayfield in their neighborhood because they fear more septic tanks could endanger their drinking water.
Some school districts in the area will begin classes in their buildings this week for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Others have chosen to remain virtual, for now.
Kennedy LaFountaine is graduating with the Post Falls High School class of 2020
The department said that on May 23, it “experienced a data security event causing disruption to certain internal department systems including digital media, email and others.”
Two passengers were injured in the crash that is believed to be caused by alcohol, according to police.
When the stay-home order closed church doors, a congregation in Post Falls decided they needed to find something meaningful to do with their space. They already had a relationship with the Family Promise program – which provides housing and fellowship for homeless families – and when the organization put out a call for help, they answered.
For most of the 20th century, there were several lumber mills along the Spokane River in Idaho. Tugboats would tow rafts of logs to the mills. One of the first mills was built by Frederick Post in the late 1880s at Post Falls.
When Larry Frackenpohl started driving a garbage truck, he thought it was just another job.
Birdie’s Pie Shop owner Sharee Moss knew she wanted to give back to community members and customers financially impacted by COVID-19.
It is a routine when it comes to being a student-athlete and for two Post Falls seniors, they've stayed true to the motto "school first and then sports. Cameron Sessions, Mikah Sharples, and Derek Pearse will graduate this year as Valedictorian and Salutatorian for their high school. We sat down with these three student-athletes as they explained the importance of giving their all on and off the field.
The Idaho State Board of Education on Monday afternoon ordered all public schools in the state to close until at least April 20.
The Post Falls School District and Lakeland Joint School District will be closed Monday and Tuesday for deep cleaning, after Gov. Brad Little said Sunday he was leaving the decision about whether to remain open up to local authorities.