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Those for and against a controversial new commercial development at Wolf Lodge Bay on Lake Coeur d’Alene will have an opportunity to make their case on Thursday during a public hearing, where the state will hear testimony before deciding whether the project can move forward next month.
The Kootenai Board of County Commissioners was expected to vote Thursday evening on a developer’s application to rezone a portion of Wolf Lodge Bay until county officials learned of a decades-old mapping mistake.
A decision on a divisive commercial project on Lake Coeur d’Alene’s Wolf Lodge Bay will have to wait until January, after some 170 people attended a Wednesday night meeting on the proposal, more were turned away at the door and some 60 people were still waiting to offer their comments at the end of a 3-hour meeting.
A Kootenai County official temporarily put the brakes on a proposed commercial development on Wolf Lodge Bay.
WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Bald eagles by the hundreds this week have smashed the record for their annual gathering at Lake Coeur d'Alene to feed on spawning kokanee. A record 314 bald eagles was counted today in the survey of the eagle season by Carrie Hugo,...
WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Kokanee are spawning and dying in North Idaho's two largest lakes and bald eagles have begun congregating for the annual feast. Dozens of eagles are congregating at Granite Creek and in the Bayview shoreline area to take advantage of revived kokanee fisheries...
Despite difficult viewing conditions, a near-record count of bald eagles was tallied today in the weekly winter survey at Lake Coeur d'Alene. Carrie Hugo, U.S. Bureau of Land Management wildlife biologist, counted 257 eagles in the Wolf Lodge Bay and Beauty Bay areas, up from 213 last week. Rich Landers/SR Outdoors reports.
Work starts today on a new interchange at Wolf Lodge Bay on Interstate 90 in North Idaho
Are you one of the thousands who've enjoyed watching eagles soar over Lake Coeur d'Alene? A river of I-90 eastbound traffic roars by, snow and ice whipped into a mushy froth. A dozen or so yards away Lake Coeur d’Alene lies tranquilly in the embrace of winter. Above both the traffic, and the water, float nearly a dozen American bald eagles.
The cause of a large silt plume in Lake Coeur d’Alene remained a mystery on Tuesday.
COEUR d’ALENE – The wind gust can be seen on Lake Coeur d’Alene before it ever reaches the sails. The wind whips up the channel south of Arrow Point and Ike Bailey cranks the ropes on a winch to position his boat to receive the charge of air.
Why did it take so long – would you believe a quarter-century – for us to dine at Wolf Lodge Inn east of Coeur d’Alene? We have excuses, but as our steaks melted in our mouth on our recent visit with our wives, they seemed pretty feeble.
Bald eagles are congregating earlier and in larger numbers than last year for their annual feast of spawning kokanee at Lake Coeur d’Alene. Carrie Hugo, wildlife biologist with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, counted 64 soggy bald eagles Tuesday during her first weekly survey of the eagle-watching season in Wolf Lodge Bay.
Condemned serial killer Joseph E. Duncan is getting another day in court. Duncan, on death row for the torture and slaying of a North Idaho boy he abducted in 2005 after slaughtering much of the youngster’s family, will undergo a hearing to determine whether he was mentally competent when he decided to represent himself and waive his appeal rights.
OUTFIELD – Notable additions to last week’s 2011: The Year Outdoors: