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A WORD FROM THE CHAIR, ISSUE 16, VOLUME 1

First Things First It is well known that the Republicans are splitting apart. Their drive to oust Representative Liz Cheney, who will not buy into the Big Lie that Joe Biden’s victory was stolen, is just the latest example. Cheney is one of the relatively few female...

Clearing Up Levy Disinformation

I first began to pay close attention to the Post Falls School District in 1995. Overcrowding in the elementary schools led the district to propose moving the kindergarten students to the old Frederick Post building. Half of the building served as the alternative high...

School Safety Starts with Mental Health Counseling Not Guns

I would like to comment on the school shooting that happened in Rigby Idaho on Thursday, May 6th. If there had been armed employees in that school, it could have been so much worse. Thankfully, no one died including the obviously disturbed young girl who was the...

Support Post Falls School Levy

I’m writing today as a parent of three kids who have been/are being educated by the Post Falls School District. My two daughters began their education at Seltice Elementary and both are graduating from the University of Idaho this year with honors. My son is currently...

A WORD FROM THE CHAIR, ISSUE 15, VOLUME 1

To Endorse or Not That is the question the KCDCC has attempted to address before the fast-approaching May 18 nonpartisan election is over. As I have said before, the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee (KCRCC) already issued its approved list of partisan...

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FRIDAY | May 14 | 12 PM | ONLINE

This Friday, we will receive an update on the oversight and operation of Kootenai Health, i.e., our county hospital. To guide this discussion, we welcome Kootenai Health’s CEO, Jon Ness, and the Chief Physician Executive, Dr. Karen Cabell. The presentation includes Dr. Cabell’s assessment of Kootenai Health’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, Mr. Ness will provide an update on the future for Kootenai Health. Join us Friday at noon for an update on Hospital Operations and Future Growth.

We distribute a Zoom link on the Thursday prior to the meeting date. To request the link or assistance getting connected, contact Phil at pjwmia@aol.com.

An archive of all the KC Dem Club Online Meetings is available at KootenaiCountyDem Club.com/Meeting Videos.

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TUESDAY | May 18 | 8AM-5PM

Please vote on May 18th. Tell your friends to tell their friends to vote as well. The ballots for this election are short but vary depending on where you live. To view a sample ballot, go to May 18 Election Info. This link will take you to the Kootenai Elections Office website.

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