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Battle Over Books
Intense debate over library books exists in the community. Other local media reported the conflict over the last two years. We will not rehash it here. Today, voters make their
Coeur d’Alene Battles Light Pollution
O.P. Just this past Tuesday, Mayor Jim Hammond proclaimed that the week of April 15 – 22 will be International Dark-sky Week. The reason for this is because of light
NIC Land to Become Affordable Housing?
“It’s past time we build our own workforce housing.” -Christie Wood, CdA City Council member CdA Council Member Christie Wood called for partnerships to develop land owned by the city
Time to Pause AI Development, A Debate
The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) has been a topic of debate for many years. While some argue that AI could be the key to solving some of humanity’s
Coeur d’Alene’s Most Generous Landlord
The General Services Public Works Committee met and discussed the Brooke’s Seaplane lease. Parks director, Bill Greenwood referenced several other leases. Brooke’s lease increased by $1,000 and the term increased
City Forecasts $1 Million Shortfall
During a mid-year budget update, city of Coeur d’Alene comptroller, Vonnie Jensen, reported the city will likely come up short by over one million dollars during the next fiscal year.