Tips to prepare for wind storms in the Inland Northwest
SPOKANE, Wash. — The winds were strong across the Inland Northwest, with Spokane seeing gusts around 35 miles per hour on Sunday. "Stronger winds are pretty predictable here," said Barlett Tree Experts arborist Kevin Bulla. Bulla deals with trees before and after wind storms. According to Bulla, trees can...
Shoshone County jail bookings
Steven Douglas Fetter, 61, of Pinehurst, was arrested and booked for felony bond revocation. Carey William Zanetti, 48, of Wallace, was arrested and booked for burglary, possession of stolen property and unlawful entry. • • •. The Shoshone County jail bookings are provided by the Shoshone County Sheriff's Office....
Today the gas price is close to $3.69 in Kellogg as of 2024-02-26. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Monday is $3.264, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
A Weather Alert is in effect for Sunday with strong winds expected across the Inland Northwest
Wind gusts peaking around 50 mph are possible throughout the region Sunday afternoon into Sunday evening. These winds could cause power outages, downed trees and branches, and difficult travel especially for high profile vehicles. Along with gusts reaching up to 50 mph, forecast sustained winds are around 20-25 mph. This is set to be our windiest day of 2024 so far. Make sure to secure any loose objects outdoors.
Big Creek burglary suspect arrested
Shoshone County deputies arrested a burglary suspect Carey W. Zanetti, a 48-year-old male from Wallace, Idaho. Zanetti has been charged with Burglary, Possession of Stolen Property, and Unlawful Entry.
Local Potlatch FFA Celebrates Successes: Member Elected as North Idaho District Sentinel and Teams Shine at District Level Competition
Potlatch FFA ended FFA Week with notable achievements. These included a member's election as an officer for the North Idaho District and two teams' success at the District Level Competition. Kyanna Winther was elected as the 2024-2025 North Idaho District Sentinel, chosen over nine other candidates due to her strong leadership and commitment to the FFA.
Mild end to the week before a sharp cold turn in the Inland Northwest
Enjoy the fleeting spring vibes in the Inland Northwest as sunny skies grace the weekend. But brace for a dramatic shift with a wind advisory in effect Sunday, gusts hitting 50 mph. The week ahead promises a mix of wind, rain, and potential low-elevation snow. Secure outdoor items now!
Winner selected in Kellogg pole banner contest
KELLOGG — Ali Koski with AHA Creative was announced the winner of the Kellogg revitalization project through Project Uplift. Koski’s design will become a banner on 30 light poles around uptown Kellogg to add to the city’s sense of identity. The community voted on the submitted designs...
Wallace City Council approves bid for 6th Street Bridge
WALLACE –– During a special session earlier this month, the Wallace City Council approved a bid that will finally see the replacement of the Sixth Street Bridge. The bridge, which crosses the South Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River and provides access from Wallace to the communities of Prichard and Murray, was put under severe weight restrictions six years ago. Roughly one year later, a temporary bridge was placed across the structure to allow heavier vehicles to pass over it – and has remained in place ever since.
Special Report: Unpacking the snowpack and the threat from climate change
SHOSHONE COUNTY, Idaho -- There's a mystery unfolding in Humboldt Gulch.
How personal income has changed in Shoshone County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Shoshone County, Idaho and how it compares to state and national levels.
Panhandle Health District director stepping down
KOOTENAI COUNTY, Idaho — Panhandle Health District's director will be leaving in May to pursue other interests, according to a press release today. Don Duffy has been with the PHD since 2014 serving as the division administrator of Community Health and Clinical Services and then as director. He also led the district through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Registration open for Leadman 20
KELLOGG –– Registration is now open for the 20th Annual Leadman Triathlon at Silver Mountain. “Leadman is a Rotary event and in the past 19 years, the Kellogg Rotary Club, along with its valued sponsors have raised over $182,000 to provide funding for community projects and non profit organizations such as the health and wellness fairs, youth sports organizations and clubs, animal rescues, community improvement projects, Special Olympics, the backpack lunch program, and many more,” Silver Mountain general manager Jeff Colburn. “100 percent of the proceeds from Leadman go to local charities.”
St. Maries, February 20 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Priest River Lamanna High School basketball team will have a game with St. Maries High School on February 20, 2024, 20:00:00 CST.
'Leaders don’t talk about leading, leaders simply lead'
KELLOGG –– The people of Shoshone County celebrated the life of one of their own during a memorial ceremony for Sheriff Mike Gunderson. Hundreds of people, including more than 100 fellow law enforcement officers from various departments and agencies, filled the Kellogg High School gymnasium on Saturday morning to remember and honor the beloved former sheriff.
The 90-year-old Idaho cold case of a missing game warden is finally closed
Investigators believe they have solved the Great Depression-era cold case of a game warden who vanished in the mountains south of Mullan in North Idaho. Though the body of Ellsworth Arthur Teed has never been found, his death has long been considered a homicide. His remaining family is relieved to finally close a 90-year mystery. ...
Increased cloud cover common during winter, Spokane especially cloudy
If things feel cloudy for you in the Inland Northwest, you certainly are not alone. Winter is already a cloudy season, but if this year feels especially cloudy, there might be a reason why. Monthly reports from the National Weather Service Office in Spokane break down days into three categories...
Snow, stunts and SkiJor
WALLACE — Three days of competitive snow sports began in true “lawless Wallace” style. “Be as cool as you can, do stunts,” rail jam judge Nicolas Strother instructed the skiers and snowboarders during a briefing before the opening of SkiJor on Friday night. Nearly 60 local...
Learn The Basics of Using Native Plants To Dye Fabrics With The Kellogg Bird Sanctuary
See the plants around you in a new light as you learn about the art of creating natures dyes from native plants. Commonly used dye plants, and the natural history of dye plants in our region. A sample chart of the 24 colors that can be obtained from our dye...
Silver Valley Sports: Feb 12 - 18
KUNA — The eighth-seeded Kellogg Wildcats kept within arm’s reach of the top-seeded Grangeville Bulldogs for three quarters, trailing by just six points before their fellow Central Idaho League rival pulled away for a 62-43 victory in a state 2A first-round game Thursday at Kuna High. Grangeville beat...