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Stories tagged: Heyburn State Park


Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago Plans were afoot to make Heyburn Park the “playground” of Idaho.


Spokane man’s passenger killed in Idaho rollover crash

A vehicle driven by a Spokane man south of Lake Coeur d’Alene crashed Wednesday morning, killing one passenger and wounding four others.


Heyburn left thorny legacy on natural resources

History doesn’t shed a kindly light on U.S. Sen. Weldon Heyburn, a Wallace mining attorney and strident foe of the newly formed Forest Service.


Another side of Lake CdA

Say “Lake Coeur d’Alene” in Spokane and most people think of boating or maybe swimming off the beaches at Coeur d’Alene City Park and taking a walk on the floating …


Goats help park nip problem in the bud

Heyburn State Park is renting 540 goats from a Grangeville, Idaho, rancher to help control weeds along Plummer Creek. Each goat eats about 3 1/2 pounds of vegetation a day. …


Public input sought on Heyburn State Park plan

Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation is developing a master plan to guide management of Heyburn State Park for the next 20 years. A public open house will be held …


Rate hikes could force residents out of park

Following his retirement in the mid-1990s, Tom Simons moved to the Heyburn State Park vacation cabin he’d acquired some 30 years prior. The small cabin is in a wooded section …


COSTLIER CABINS

Following his retirement in the mid-1990s, Tom Simons moved to the Heyburn State Park vacation cabin he’d acquired some 30 years prior. The small cabin is in a wooded section …