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Museum of North Idaho Seeks Applicants for Board of Directors

By Museum of North Idaho | 01/14/2019

The Museum of North Idaho is seeking applicants for its Board of Directors. The Museum inspires a dynamic connection to the unique heritage of the Coeur d’Alene region by celebrating, preserving, exhibiting and sharing history with its community and visitors. Your service as a Museum Board member ensures the Museum’s continues to serve our community. The Museum is working to expand its programs

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By Carol Horning Stacey | 01/04/2019

What would Hagar the Horrible do to get over Trump’s Wall? Those who read the funny papers know. He’d use a ladder, of course. Walls were standard for defense until explosives got really big. The more effective wall was surrounded by a moat and defended with boiling oil. Hagar had to be resourceful.

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By Carol Horning Stacey | 01/04/2019

On Friday, January 11th, the adventurous players of Stage Left will open “The Controversy of Valladolid,” for a three week run. Playwright Jean-Claude Carriere’s script is translated here by Richard Nelson. The story is based on real debates in a sixteenth century monastery, questioning whether the millions of American natives should be regarded as human.

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By Carol Horning Stacey | 01/04/2019

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Opera at Riverstone

By Carol Horning Stacey | 01/04/2019

Saturday, January 12th, early (for some of us) in the morning, at 9:55am, the Cinema at Riverstone will host the high definition simulcast of Cilea’s opera “Adriana LeCouvreur” direct from the matinée at the Metropolitan in New York City.

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Museum of North Idaho: Trinity Lutheran Church

By Museum of North Idaho | 12/31/2018


The Trinity Lutheran Church, an amalgam of separate Swedish and Norwegian Lutheran congregations, was organized in 1905 by Pastor O.M. Holden. The parish register was kept in Norwegian until 1918. They built Trinity Lutheran church at 5th and Reid in 1913. Since the majority of Scandinavians coming to this r