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Recent News in Coeur d'Alene

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Cool Showers and Smiles: Firefighters Host Unique Community Event

Coeur d'Alene's fire department created artificial rain at McEuen Park to cool down residents and engage with the community in a fun, nonemergency setting.

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Big Sky Legends Meyer and Lightfoot Enter Hall of Fame

Former EWU quarterback Erik Meyer and Idaho's leading scorer Orlando Lightfoot, alongside six others, were inducted into the Big Sky Hall of Fame, highlighting their contributions to the conference's sports legacy.

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Breaking Cycles with Adventure: Police Intervention Through Outdoor Learning

The Police Adventure League, initiated by Airway Heights police, engages Cheney middle and high school students in outdoor activities to prevent generational crime cycles by promoting values like trust and responsibility.

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