After one of the more divisive elections in modern American history, they came by the thousands. They came for different reasons – some for their daughters, others for the environment. Some came to defend logic and reason. Many came to protest Friday’s inauguration of President Donald Trump. Link
About 5,000 people were estimated to be gathered for the Spokane/North Idaho Women’s March on Saturday at the Spokane Convention Center, and spilling onto surrounding streets as the march prepared to set off. So many people turned out that police postponed the start of the event to bring in more officers. Link
The new Cracker Barrel restaurant in Coeur d’Alene (No. 637 nationwide) is the most westerly location in the giant chain. People have been stopping by for two weeks to see if it's open yet. Photo: Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review Link
Pastor Tim Remington was shot 6 times while getting into his car at Altar Church in Coeur d'Alene today. He is alive and in surgery now.
BOISE – Starting Friday, Idaho will become the eighth state in the nation to allow most residents age 21 or older to carry concealed guns without a permit – even inside cities, in bars and in government buildings. Link
Don’t pick a side, says columnist Shawn Vestal. It doesn’t have to be cops versus citizens, black versus white, us versus them. We can all be on the same side – against violence. Link