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January 30, 2023 12:30 p.m.

Jail Bookings: Jan. 26-29

THURSDAY, JAN. 26

Clarence A. 'Butch' Jacobson, 81
January 27, 2023 10:17 a.m.

Clarence A. 'Butch' Jacobson, 81

Clarence A. “Butch” Jacobson, 81, of Mullan, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and mining history buff, passed away peacefully at his Mullan home on Jan. 22, 2023 surrounded by his loving family.

Jess North, 46
January 27, 2023 10:02 a.m.

Jess North, 46

Jess Edward North of Osburn, Idaho passed away Jan. 20, 2023 after his battle with cancer.

'Cool Bus' takes North Idaho
January 27, 2023 5:12 a.m.

'Cool Bus' takes North Idaho

Famed actress Mae West once said, "You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough."

KHS cheerleaders shake competition, win first place
January 27, 2023 5:05 a.m.

KHS cheerleaders shake competition, win first place

Brr... It's cold in here, there must be some Wildcats in the at-mos-phere – we may be paraphrasing the immortal words of Kirsten Dunst (or Gabrielle Union, depending on what side you’re on), but the cheerleaders from Kellogg High School ‘brought it’ nonetheless.

Marty and Max: Timing the market
January 27, 2023 1 a.m.

Marty and Max: Timing the market

Not too long ago I thought buying gold was a great idea, however I took the wait and see approach. At that time gold was about $250 an ounce. I waited and it rose to over $400 an ounce.

January 27, 2023 1 a.m.

LETTER: DUI punishments from around the world

If you think the drunk driving penalties in the U.S. are a little lenient, you’re right. Compared to the rest of the world, the U.S.’s DUI punishments are lenient.

Beer and Browse returning for second year
January 27, 2023 1 a.m.

Beer and Browse returning for second year

It may only be January, but the leadership of the Kiwanis Club of the Silver Valley is getting ready for the summer. The philanthropic group is gearing up for its second annual Beer and Browse Vendor Fair and they are determined, rain or shine, to make the event an annual success.

New tower aims to end 'dead zone'
January 27, 2023 1 a.m.

New tower aims to end 'dead zone'

A new cellular tower on the north side of the South Fork Coeur d’Alene River has many local residents wondering if their cell phone service is about to improve.

January 27, 2023 midnight

Legals for January, 27 2023

January 26, 2023 11:03 a.m.

Jail Bookings: Jan. 23-25

Bruce Larsen, 66, of Kellogg, was arrested and booked for a controlled substance, possession of marijuana, and controlled substance/paraphernalia with intent to use.

ISP investigates DUI collision, shot fired near Pinehurst
January 25, 2023 8:39 p.m.

ISP investigates DUI collision, shot fired near Pinehurst

The Idaho State Police is investigating a single-vehicle DUI collision where the suspect is believed to have fired a shot near Pinehurst.

Dean R. Christmann, 71
January 24, 2023 1:06 p.m.

Dean R. Christmann, 71

Dean R. Christmann, 71, of Kellogg, Idaho passed away on January 6, 2023 at the Schneidmiller Hospice House in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.

Notices
January 24, 2023 12:45 p.m.

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KPD Chief Paul Twidt takes the reins
January 24, 2023 5:46 a.m.

KPD Chief Paul Twidt takes the reins

It’s not easy to take over for someone with such an illustrious career as former Kellogg Police Chief Dave Wuolle, But Chief Paul Twidt is going to do his darndest.

Laying down the law of licensing
January 24, 2023 5:10 a.m.

Laying down the law of licensing

Dog licensing can be traced back to the first documentation in Utrecht, Holland, in 1946, with the fee for the license paid in pounds in salt. Licensing your dog can help law enforcement, animal control, shelters, and anyone who finds it quickly identify your dog and help it get back to its owner safely.

MALLOY: Speaker Moyle settles into new role
January 24, 2023 1 a.m.

MALLOY: Speaker Moyle settles into new role

After 15 years as House majority leader and 24 years in the Legislature, Rep. Mike Moyle of Star has taken one of the two most powerful positions in the Idaho Legislature – speaker of the House. And there is no shortage of role models for him to follow, having worked with three former House speakers.

Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 16-22
January 24, 2023 1 a.m.

Silver Valley Sports Recap: Jan. 16-22

Luna drops 41, Wildcats win four in five days; Jayce Garcia wins big for Kellogg wrestling; Busy week for area athletics.

Land Board adds new endowment land
January 24, 2023 1 a.m.

Land Board adds new endowment land

18,000 acres of new endowment land benefits public schools, supports idaho’s economy and preserves recreation

It was a deal that the Idaho Department of Lands couldn't refuse. When the state had a chance to bid on almost 18,050 acres of timberland spread across the five northern counties, officials didn't hesitate. “Adding an additional 18,000 acres of timberland to the endowment portfolio increases future revenue for the beneficiaries while also supporting Idaho’s broader economy,” IDL director Dustin Miller said. The land included in the bid package was offered as a package deal and offers good quality timberland, Sharla Arledge, IDL public information officer, said. Proceeds from the sale of endowment cottage sites and commercial real estate were used to pay for the properties.

Emergency petition filed on behalf of CWD
January 24, 2023 1 a.m.

Emergency petition filed on behalf of CWD

In the wake of five approved recall petitions for the Cataldo Water District board, an emergency judicial petition has been filed. In late December, Shoshone County Clerk Tamie Lewis-Eberhard approved five petitions to recall the five board members of the CWD, Ed Hanson, Daniel Waldo, Lisa Eaton, Daniel Peterson, and Cathleen House – all of whom resigned their posts prior to December 30.

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