Some people say everything comes better as a pair.
In her 12 years in the funeral industry, Carrie Nordin has seen a number of attempted scams of funeral customers come and go, but the one that caught her notice near the end of May was a new one, even to her.
Mark your calendars for the Elks Horseback Fun Ride June 17. This year’s ride will be at the southside trailhead at Heyburn State Park.
The 2023 Idaho State O-Mok-See will be held the fourth weakened of June in St. Maries at the Benewah County Fairgrounds.
Sometimes positive community efforts come to an end.
The St. Maries Saddle Club will host a barrel series this summer.
The Tri-Community Library Friends of the Library invite the public to its Spring Fest this weekend.
Three area school districts will host high school commencement ceremonies this weekend.
Effective tomorrow (Thursday, June 1), Aaron Nelson is the new Executive Director of Timber Plus.
The St. Maries Farmer’s Market opens for its eighth season Friday.
Following the tragic loss of a young girl in a house fire earlier this month, the community has rallied to support the family.
City Park will again be filled with music for the summer starting this Friday.
Summer activities are gearing up at the St. Maries Public Library and starting Wednesday, May 31 (today) the library will begin its STEM activities program.
Cheesy Green Beans: Bacon, 2 packages frozen Green Beans, 1 pound Mushrooms, sliced, ¾ cup chopped Onion, ¾ teaspoon Pepper, 1 (16 oz.) jar Cheez Whiz.
Summer is picnic season and pasta salads are a great side dish at a barbeque. I have also made this recipe for a main dish by adding canned or cooked chicken.
Friday, May 19
“Smells like archery season.”
Alex Barta was announced as the new Chief Executive Officer of Mullen Newspaper Company on May 17, 2023.
Earlier this month the Coeur d’Alene Tribal Council filled three seats after its council elections May 6.
Lakeside High School recently named its Valedictorian and Salutatorian selections.
New officers were elected to lead the Timber Plus Economic Development group in St. Maries last week.
They may be one of the only active honor guards in North Idaho, and they are committed to offering the service.
The valedictorian and salutatorian at Lakeside High School made their choice for the teachers they felt had the most impact on not only them but the entire senior class.
Several residents who witnessed, lived next to, and did what they could to help during a tragic fire May 14 attended the St. Maries City Council meeting Monday, May 22.
The Benewah County Sheriff’s Office released the call logs detailing the fire incident that occurred on 5th Street last week that claimed the life of a juvenile.
County sewer ratepayers will see a $18 increase on their bills.
As Memorial Day weekend approaches, American Legion Post 25 invites the public to remember and honor the men and women who served our country.
Thursday, May 11
The Kootenai School Board approved a number of new-hires and contract extensions during their regular meeting May 8.
The Shoshone County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a death that happened over last weekend near Calder.
The registration deadline for the annual 6th Grade Resource Tour is June 4.
A passion to highlight the community, local businesses, artisans, crafts, musicians and more drove two local women to organize this weekend’s spring festival.
The Riverside Cemetery Association will have its annual clean-up day this Saturday, May 20. The event starts at 8 a.m. Those who are able to come and help should plan to bring a rake. The cemetery is located between Santa and Fernwood, next to the old Medley Cedar mill.
The American Legion Auxiliary has worked to support many veterans issues around the area.
The month of May is a time to reflect on those who have served our country and this month the American Legion Post 25 Auxiliary plan to distribute poppies.
Volunteers with the Benewah County Board of Community Guardians are like a second family to those for which they oversee.
The Benewah County Sheriff’s Office reported a two vehicle accident last Thursday resulted in a fatality and left one with injuries.
St. Maries school board trustees and staff responded to several concerns that have been brought forward by members of the public in recent weeks at their meeting May 8.
A major structure fire on 5th Street and Jefferson Avenue resulted in the loss of one life, and the fire burned down one house and part of another.
More than 40 Plummer residents attended last week’s Plummer City Council meeting with a large percentage of those people attending to show support for a local business.
The St. Paul’s Lutheran Church will coordinate with the Second Harvest Mobile Food Distribution Truck to host an event today.