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Snow flies at Deer Park’s annual Winterfest

It’s been a tradition in Deer Park since 1985: Residents gather in the center of town to celebrate winter and their community. Every year, the Deer Park Kiwanis club organizes Winterfest, a conglomeration of events including dog weight pulls, broomball on snow and the always-entertaining outhouse races at Perrin Field.

Out & About: Eagle Watch Week starts at Lake CdA

OUTSEE – There’s never been a better year to take in the annual Eagle Watch Week activities at Lake Coeur d’Alene. Bald eagles have been gathering in record numbers in Wolf Lodge Bay to feast on spawning kokanee.

Deer Park Winterfest slate packed with fun

While most towns are settling in for a calm, cold January after a busy holiday season, Deer Park is revving up for its annual Winterfest event today. Every year hundreds of people come out into the cold to celebrate the coldest month of the year with a festive flair. For 26 years, Deer Park has hosted this event, currently organized by the Deer Park Kiwanis organization. The main purpose is to take away the winter blues and get people out to enjoy the community, said Warren Schick, a Kiwanis member. All activities are family-friendly.

Winterfest slate packed with fun

While most towns are settling in for a calm, cold January after a busy holiday season, Deer Park is revving up for its annual Winterfest event this Saturday. Every year hundreds of people come out into the cold to celebrate the coldest month of the year with a festive flair. For 26 years, Deer Park has hosted this event, currently organized by the Deer Park Kiwanis organization. The main purpose is to take away the winter blues and get people out to enjoy the community, said Warren Schick, a Kiwanis member. All activities are family-friendly.

Olympia protesters call for reins on federal power

The time has come for people who believe in states' rights to move from protest to political action, a Spokane Valley legislator told a crowd on the steps of the Capitol Building this afternoon.