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Artist's Whimsical Painting Provides Glimpse into Riverfront Park History

Felisa Carranza Englund, a 90-year-old artist, shares the story of her journey as an artist and her love for carousels. Born in Spain, she immigrated to France during the Spanish Civil War and later married and settled in Spokane. Englund's passion for art was sparked when she enrolled in drawing classes at Spokane Falls Community College, and she later had the opportunity to leave her artistic mark on Spokane history by helping restore the vintage horses of the Looff Carrousel in Riverfront Park. Her paintings, including her renowned piece 'Carrusel After Hours,' are now being exhibited at the New Moon Art Gallery.

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Judge to Set Trial Date for Man Charged in Killings of University of Idaho Students

A judge may soon decide on a trial date for Bryan Kohberger, who is charged in the deaths of four University of Idaho students. The case is complex, with prosecutors seeking the death penalty if there is a conviction. Kohberger's defense attorneys and Latah County prosecutors have been wrangling over evidence and other data gathered throughout the investigation.

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Idaho GOP Adopts Platform Changes: Opposes Workforce Training Funding, Expands Anti-Abortion Stance

The Idaho Republican Party has adopted its platform changes at its state convention, expanding its anti-abortion stance, opposing workforce training funding, and advocating for an end to unnecessary government funding. The party also supports in-person voting and calls for excuse-only absentee ballots. Some participants expressed concern about the direction of the platform, with one delegate predicting a division between the party and elected legislators.


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