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Post Falls neighbors seek to stop development over aquifer concerns

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.

Idaho church provides shelter for homeless families during stay-home order

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.

Then and Now: Post Falls Lumber Co.

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.

WATCH: Succes On & Off The Field

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.