Walk 500 Miles in My Shoes: Vet turns leisurely stroll into a journey of self-discovery

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Story By Dan Aznoff | Photo by Rich Hennings | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local Army veteran Rich Henning showed his respect to the first responders of 9/11 by doing what comes naturally. He took a walk. Henning wanted to duplicate the effort of the emergency teams that responded to the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center that ominous …

Coding From Your Couch: U of I program helps bring new skill to small towns

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Story By Dan Thompson | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local Sean Bonner is quick to call himself a nerd, and during his 15 years living in North Idaho, he has come to realize that he is not alone. Through the Coeur d’Alene branch of the Innovation Collective, he and other self-avowed nerds have a place to come together and work …

Coeur d’Alene Regenerative Medicine: Faster Recovery, Lifelong Solutions: Two prominent physicians are joining forces to open a new clinic using innovative, approved regenerative procedures for joint and spine health

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Coeur d’Alene’s active lifestyle is one big reason many of us call this place home. We are a city on the move, whether we’re out on the putting green, perfecting our parallel turns at Schweitzer or just walking to yoga class. With all this physical activity going on, there are bound to be a few accidents and injuries. Conventional medical …

Give Until it Hurts: Daft Badger donates back to local nonprofits

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Story By Dan Thompson | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local In early August, at what is now a monthly check-giving ceremony, the partners at Daft Badger took a financial hit—a big one. They gave a check in the amount of $2,136 to CDAIDE, the result of their month-long donation program for the busy summer month of July. “Today’s a tough …

Mission: Save Lives: Duties of the Coast Guard go beyond party patrols

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Story By Dan Thompson | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local The orange-striped ships with sailors from the US Coast Guard that patrol the waters of Washington, Oregon and Idaho are responsible for more than checking registrations and policing loud parties. District 13 of the Coast Guard has authority over commercial fishing regulations, enforcing environmental regulations and protecting inland waters. But …

Building Fun and Creating Lasting Memories: Company brings trampoline parks to your own backyard

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Story by Jillian Chandler | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local “We felt the need to foster socialization in a time when kids would rather sit and engage with a video game instead of kids their age. We wanted families to experience fun together by embracing the boundless joy of bouncing. Trampoline parks are the perfect way to fill this …

Out of the Birds’ Shadow: Sagle Museum makes move south

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Story & Photo By Dan Thompson | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local As she pointed out inventions, airplanes and photos spanning more than a century of United States history, Rachel Riddle Schwam found herself apologizing for mixing up the dates on a few displays at the new location of the Bird Aviation Museum and Invention Center. The double-checking was …

Bring on the Music: A variety of outdoor concert series bring the community together

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By Jillian Chandler |Photos By Greyson Turner of Creative Spaces Media | Article Provided by Coeur d’Alene Living Local There’s nothing like spending a warm summer day in North Idaho outdoors. And what better way to unwind and spend time with family and friends than at one of the many summer concert series the area has to offer. Over the years, outdoor …