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A Washington State University instructor, who was severely beaten and spent the better part of two weeks fighting for his life, has been released from a Spokane hospital and transferred to a Post Falls long-term care facility. Comment?
The sponsor of a bill that has passed through both the Idaho House and Senate, and includes a $250,0000 feasibility study, says Idaho needs a new state veterans home and he knows where it ought to go: the Panhandle. Comment?
An Idaho woman who suffered brain damage after being injected with a dose of medication at a Post Falls hospital, broke into tears when she learned this week that she had won a court battle against an insurance company. Comment?
Jeff Anderson knows a thing or two about dual responsibilities. When he was general manager of Boise's KBOI-TV 2, he was also managing the CBS affiliate in Idaho Falls. Comment?
Following Monday's midday birthday party on the Statehouse steps celebrating Idaho's sesquicentennial, the Essential Idaho exhibit opens today at the Idaho State Historical Museum in Julia Davis Park. Comment?
Larry Kenck, 64, took the reins from Larry Grant, 67, Feb. 23 when the Idaho Democratic Party State Central Committee unanimously elected Kenck its new party chairman. Comment?
In a formal vote of the party's State Central Committee Feb. 23-held at the all-day confab at the Boise Centre-Gem State Democrats chose Kenck, a Post Falls native and longtime labor organizer, to be their new chair. Comment?
A Coeur d'Alene man who made national headlines after being accused of slapping a 2-year-old boy and calling him a racial slur aboard a Delta Airlines flight appeared in a north Idaho federal courtroom Feb. Comment?
A north Idaho school official is backpedaling on a remark he made at a Post Falls legislative forum that many perceived to be racist. Comment?
The J.R. Simplot Company will soon shutter one of Post Falls' oldest businesses: Jacklin Seed Company, a production and seed-cleaning facility. Comment?
This morning's Coeur d'Alene Press reports that concealed carry classes have been booked solid in the north Idaho community, and one gun shop has seen a 30 percent jump in sales in the past several days. Comment?
A McCall school is the latest learning institution to change its practices in the wake of the horrific school shooting in Newtown, Conn., one week ago today. Comment?
Some Idaho parents are on edge after a string of rumors spread like wildfire this week, causing school officials to be extra vigilant about safety. Comment?
North Idaho law enforcement is on the lookout for a transient who is consider armed and dangerous, after the suspect allegedly shot at police Saturday. Comment?