Shawn Vestal of the Spokesman-Review in a recent article provided some answers or at least an authoritative source for answers. Join us this Friday, Oct. 23rd, at Noon ONLINE. Please invite others to hear, discuss and ask questions. How people view our community is essential for our economic well being. How we see our community and what we expect of our leaders is equally important. The link to join the meeting will be sent by email on Thursday 10/22. Be there, invite a friend or neighbor as we learn together.
Shawn Vestal has been a columnist at The Spokesman-Review since 2008 and worked as an editor and reporter at the newspaper since 1999. His journalism career beforehand included working at newspapers in Coeur d’Alene, Roseburg, Oregon, and Bozeman, Montana. He is also an author of the novel Daredevils, which won the Washington State Book Award, and the short-story collection “Godforsaken Idaho,” which won the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for debut fiction. A graduate of the Eastern Washington University program in creative writing, Shawn now teaches in the program. He lives in Spokane with his wife and son.
The attention our community is receiving needs improvement. Read this article from NPR “Are Paramilitary Extremists Being Normalized? Look To Idaho For Answers” Click on the link for the full article. https://apple.news/A6xhvH9mVTVK7LpfwxKHSfQ