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Ready, set, woof: Two local dogs competing in Puppy Bowl

Competitors are the from the Double J Dog Ranch near Hauser.


UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 17, 2020

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.


Hauser Lake man honored for a blemish-free half-century as a pilot, mechanic

Earl Hauser, a longtime Hauser Lake pilot, was honored with a pair of awards for 50 blemish-free years as an active pilot and an aircraft mechanic, a combination of experience …


UPDATED: Thu., May 2, 2019

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 …


UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 20, 2018

North Idaho woman dies in single-vehicle collision near Hauser Lake

A North Idaho woman died Monday night in a single-vehicle collision near Hauser Lake.


Hauser Lake woman relives the mad rush to survive Las Vegas shooting

Crystal Hanson of Hauser Lake doesn’t want to sleep. Sleep brings dreams. She’d rather stay awake than risk reliving images of scrambling around with the survivors of the deadliest mass …


Idaho man pleads guilty to killing Spokane woman, dumping body

A North Idaho man pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing a Spokane woman and dumping her body in a slough near Hauser Lake last year.


Otters moving into North Idaho in increasing numbers - and not the gubernatorial kind

Hauser Lake residents are buzzing about their newest neighbors - five river otters that have taken up residence in the lake. Otter populations are healthy and expanding in the Idaho …


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


Idaho trout studied, too

Fisheries research is being conducted on several species in North Idaho, including studies on rainbow trout that may help fish mangers adjust stocking schedules to give anglers the most bang …


Hauser Lake warning lifted

A health advisory issued last week for the Hauser Lake shoreline has been lifted.


Harmful algae blooms found in Hauser Lake

Blue-green algae blooms have been detected in Hauser Lake, and people should avoid areas of algae growth along the shorelines.


Sandpoint man injured in Hauser Lake boat accident

A Sandpoint man was badly injured today Saturday at Hauser Lake when he was thrown off an inner tube being towed by a ski boat.


Hauser Lake restaurant gutted in late-night fire

Fire damage was so extensive to Chef in the Forest restaurant at Hauser Lake that the fire chief said Monday a cause will be difficult to determine. The fire broke …


Fire guts Chef in Forest at Hauser Lake

Fire late Sunday gutted Chef in the Forest restaurant at Hauser Lake, authorities reported this morning.


Poker Run blends water with winning

What are the causes of low oxygen levels in Hauser Lake? That is one of the questions that will be asked during the Hauser Lake Watershed Coalition’s fourth annual Poker …


Shipp twins home for Thanksgiving

Hauser Lake’s most famous Marines, Robert and Matt Shipp, were headed home for the holidays Wednesday. The twin brothers, and Robert’s wife, Dusty, were due at Spokane International Airport late …


Realizing a dream in Rutbah

The fifth anniversary of the start of the war in Iraq found Cpl. Matthew Shipp negotiating potentially bomb-rigged streets in the city of Rutbah on his way to pick up …


The India battery of the 3rd battalion, 11th Marine Regiment

Here is a glimpse at some of the Marines serving with Cpl. Matthew Shipp in India Battery of the 3rd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment. The battery is based at Twentynine …


One Marine’s paradise

COMBAT OUTPOST NORSEMAN, Iraq – Wearing a uniform that hadn’t been washed in months and operating on a typical ration of five hours of sleep, Cpl. Matthew Shipp chambered a …


Young Marine learns deployment offers no promise of war

ABOARD THE USS GERMANTOWN – Deep in the hull of this amphibious assault ship, Lance Cpl. Robert Shipp was lying in his cramped bunk, trying to catch his second nap …


Waiting for war

After nearly two months in the Kuwait desert preparing for combat, the men of Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment were frustrated; instead of marching into Iraq, they were …


Bravo Company’s band of brothers

Robert Shipp and his twin, Matthew, were raised in a tightly knit family in a house overlooking Hauser Lake, Idaho. They have a younger brother, CJ, 15, who is a …


A day in the life of Bravo Company

In early November, Lance Cpl. Robert Shipp began a seven-month deployment aboard the USS Germantown. He was among several hundred Marines serving with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit. Their mission …


Going separate ways

SAN DIEGO – Officially, the destination of Lance Cpl. Robert Shipp is unknown. But it’s not hard to guess where the 20-year-old from Hauser Lake, Idaho, and the other combat-ready …


In love and war

TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. – In the barracks hallway, a Marine wearing desert camouflage pants pounded doors and shouted, “Reveille! You’re going to Iraq, boys!” Many of the young men were …


Brothers in Arms: Looking Back

It’s been 18 months since The Spokesman-Review began following twin brothers Matt and Robert Shipp as they pursued their dream to join the Marines and fight for their country. Following …