Editorial: A day to remember

Voters, take note of Jan. 12, 2022. That’s the date of the sinking of the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee’s first Titanic. With political fervor and deep pockets, the KCRCC has done everything in its power to take over virtually every elected office in...

CRT ultra-right-wingS weapon of choice

As the 2020 election entered its final stretch, Donald Trump was searching for a means of blunting the Black Lives Matter (BLM) fervor that threatened his electoral chances in some swing states. He’d had some success with claims that Democrats supported lawlessness...

Full Time Legislature?

GOP leadership takes a test drive of a full-time Legislature Make no mistake about it, the reconvening of the 2021 legislative session is a test to see whether the Idaho Legislature can get away with meeting throughout the year, without having to amend the Idaho...

Lies from McGeachin and Giddings

Shouldn’t lies contain at least a little truth? Priscilla Giddings One big election down, another big election looming. It’s true: Election season never ends. Apparently, neither does blatant lying. The B.S. machine is already in high gear for the May Republican...

Former 271 trustees encourage civility

As former school board trustees for Coeur d’Alene School District 271, we are concerned by recent news articles and editorials highlighting local security concerns stemming from safety concerns around school board meetings. We understand collectively how important...

Demonization of schools has to stop

Enough is enough. I can no longer remain silent as certain people in our community demonize our hardworking public education employees, which include bus drivers, classroom aides, teachers, custodians, secretaries, nurses, maintenance workers, cooks, principals,...

Higher density a key part of good growth

Let’s see what we can agree on. Traffic sucks. Yes? When it comes to building community, owner-occupied homes are ideal, right? We can agree on that. These are folks who plant firm roots here and for years fork over property taxes to keep those overburdened roads in...

Lt Gov McGeachin Exposed

Gov. for a day does not mean ‘queen’ for a day Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, who served as a state representative from Idaho Falls for a decade (2002-2012), has often said that she needed some time off from state politics to reflect and gain some perspective. So when she...
Subscribe To Our Newsletter And Never Miss Another Update

Subscribe To Our Newsletter And Never Miss Another Update

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest