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Man gets probation for deadly crash

COEUR d’ALENE — A man who caused a crash that killed his wife last year received probation. The affected family says the sentence will help them heal after a tragic loss. Michael L. Holiman, 71, of Harrison, pleaded guilty in March to vehicular manslaughter, a felony. The charge...
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The Civil War roots of the bullpen

In its most basic form, the term “bullpen” refers to the physical location where the team’s relief pitchers warm up prior to entering the game. Typically, this area is a fenced-off section beyond the outfield fence, although occasionally it can be found in foul territory down the outfield lines. From here, this physical location has over time lent its name to two related terms. By metonymy — a figure of speech in which one thing takes on the name of something closely related to it — it has become the collective name for a team’s group of relief pitchers (for example, the Yankees’ bullpen). Additionally, because they often take place in the bullpen, the scheduled throwing that a starting pitcher does in between starts or that a rehabbing pitcher does as part of his rehab is often called a bullpen.
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City submits additional info to FEMA

KELLOGG — Kellogg city officials are hopeful that their most recent submission to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) could be their final one as they seek to revise their decades-old flood maps. The city submitted their original letter of map revision (LOMR) in February 2021, but FEMA asked for...
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Pak falls 4-1 in Idaho, Beetles swept by Walla Walla

- WALLA WALLA BEARS 11-12, YAKIMA PEPSI BEETLES 10-2: At Walla Walla Community College, Teghan Moser was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI and Caleb Coscarart and Daniel Gomez also had two RBI in the first game for the Beetles. Coscarart pitched five innings in the nightcap with...
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NASA taps Idaho company to 3D-print isogrids for use in space

NASA’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program has provided Continuous Composites funding to additively manufacture open isogrids that have a sufficiently low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) to be usable on satellites and for other space applications. The Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, company is using its patented Continuous Fiber 3D (CF3D) printing technology to produce the isogrids, which, thanks to their distinctive design, are extremely light and stiff.
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Idaho's fight against the far right, then and now

There is just a week left in Pride Month, and this year has seen an unprecedented level of threats directed at LGBTQ people. This includes the recent arrest of white nationalists headed to an event in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. NPR's domestic extremism correspondent Odette Yousef was there. But she says the events she witnessed that day are part of a larger story.
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DEQ awards $500,000 to the city of St. Maries

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of $500,000 in drinking water construction assistance to the city of St. Maries in Benewah County. The funding will be used to replace lead water piping. This loan from DEQ’s State Revolving Loan Fund, which is...
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Medical debt relief on the way for North Idaho residents

POST FALLS, Idaho — The "big three" consumer credit reporting companies will change the way medical debt is reported to offer extended timelines and some reprieve for those buried beneath the weight of health care debt, as reported by our news partners, the Coeur d'Alene Press. Beginning Friday, a...
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'Service above self'

Bob Burton and Jody Azevedo were named the Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club’s Rotarians of the Year on Friday during the club’s weekly meeting at The Coeur d’Alene Resort. Tom Cronin and John Young were recognized as the club’s Volunteers of the Year. The selection of...
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Man gets prison for abuse

COEUR d’ALENE — A man who “tortured” a family through physical and psychological abuse will spend up to 20 years behind bars. Travis A. Cook, 44, of St. Maries, pleaded guilty earlier this year to two counts of injury to a child, as well as to domestic battery in the presence of a child, aggravated assault and attempted strangulation, all felonies.
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Jena Smith Gruber Lopez, 55

We weren’t ready to let her go, but take comfort in knowing she was ready and is not suffering anymore. Jena passed to her heavenly home on May 7, 2022. She was a warrior and fought cancer for three years, but it had returned. Jena was born April 10, 1967, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Growing up she was in Camp Fire and 4-H. At Lakes Junior High she loved being on drill team and track, and she played the trumpet in band and took piano lessons. She graduated from Cd’A High School in 1986.
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