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CAROLYN BOSTICK

Staff Writer

Carolyn Bostick has worked for the Coeur d’Alene Press since June 2023. She covers Shoshone County and Coeur d'Alene. Carolyn previously worked in Utica, New York at the Observer-Dispatch for almost seven years before briefly working at The Inquirer and Mirror in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
Since she moved to the Pacific Northwest from upstate New York in 2021, she's performed with the Spokane Shakespeare Society for three summers.

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Silver Valley Special Olympics team looks to grow
May 17, 2024 1 a.m.

Silver Valley Special Olympics team looks to grow

Dianna Macklin and members of the Silver Valley Special Olympics team assembled at the Kellogg Middle School track to practice for the track and field events.

Real Life pastor remembered as 'a helper to his core' in Silver Valley celebration of life
May 12, 2024 1 a.m.

Real Life pastor remembered as 'a helper to his core' in Silver Valley celebration of life

Hundreds poured into the gym at Kellogg High School Saturday to celebrate Gene Jacobs. w

'It feels like there’s a dark cloud overhead': Resources available after tragic loss in Shoshone County
May 10, 2024 1 a.m.

'It feels like there’s a dark cloud overhead': Resources available after tragic loss in Shoshone County

“When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone." When considering the recent loss to the community after the death of pastor Gene Jacobs, Siobhan Curet of Silver Valley CARES wants people to remember the words of Fred Rogers and hopes they will reach out, check in and offer support to one another.

Theater prepares to turn up the lights at Wallace Sixth Street Melodrama
May 7, 2024 1 a.m.

Theater prepares to turn up the lights at Wallace Sixth Street Melodrama

Upcoming gospel show will raise funds for new electric piano

Turning on the lights at the Sixth Street Melodrama and Theater will no longer include the audible hum of electricity as the theater has reached its fundraising goal to make the switch to LED stage lights.

Sunshine Mine Fire remembered after 52 years in Shoshone County
May 3, 2024 1:02 a.m.

Sunshine Mine Fire remembered after 52 years in Shoshone County

In the looming shadow of the statue standing tall with a glowing headlamp to memorialize the miners who lost their lives on May 2, 1972, students from Kellogg High School clasped mining helmets with the lights still on. 91 helmets symbolize the 91 miners who were unable to make it to the surface when in the Sunshine Mine Fire.

Silver Valley Drug Task Force executes another Pinehurst raid
May 3, 2024 1 a.m.

Silver Valley Drug Task Force executes another Pinehurst raid

A search warrant was served April 26 at a property on South Division Street and drugs were found, according to Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office reports. This time, meth and drug paraphernalia were discovered during the execution of the warrant.

Silver Mountain Resort to host mine rescue competition
April 30, 2024 1:06 a.m.

Silver Mountain Resort to host mine rescue competition

The Shoshone County event is slated for May 7.

Silver Valley Cat Wranglers claw their way to stabilize Shoshone County's cat population
April 30, 2024 1 a.m.

Silver Valley Cat Wranglers claw their way to stabilize Shoshone County's cat population

KELLOGG – For one night only, the Dirty Dog Saloon became the “Dirty Kitty” as the owners allowed Silver Valley Cat Wranglers to perform a bar takeover and silent auction. The Dirty Dog Saloon donated all the day's proceeds to Cat Wranglers and through additional donations, the group was able to raise about $6,000 out of its $15,000 annual budget. “It all goes to the cats,” Cat Wranglers president Rene Gilbert said.

Wallace Chamber of Commerce award winners lauded during ceremony
April 26, 2024 1:06 a.m.

Wallace Chamber of Commerce award winners lauded during ceremony

The ceremony for the Wallace Chamber of Commerce Wednesday was heralded by grill smoke outside the chamber office as members took part in a cookout ahead of community awards.

Wallace scout troop sets an eye on service
April 26, 2024 1:05 a.m.

Wallace scout troop sets an eye on service

“Girl Scouts do one thing, they make the world a better place.” That’s something Brian Newberry, the Eastern Washington and North Idaho Girl Scouts CEO believes is doubly true for the Wallace-based Girl Scout Troop 2401.

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