Friday, April 15, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Freeways and raceways, parks and graves

Posted By on Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 8:19 AM

Putting the "parking” in “park” – Remaking McEuen Field, a waterfront park in Coeur d’Alene, could cost the city between $23 million and $40 million. Much of that cost will come from a two or three level parking garage, a feature that – with the Kroc center – seems to be more and more popular around Coeur d’Alene these days. (SR)

Remember that North-South freeway thing? – At the end of this year or early next year work crews should have it half completed. After that it’s a matter of finding funding in a state with very little of it. (KREM)

There ain’t no party like a Tea Party – The Kootenai County Tea Party took over the Kootenai County Raceway last night. Organizers estimate around a 1000 people showed up. Their guest speaker? State superintendent Tom Luna. (KXLY)

Lost cities, lost lives – Most horrors of America pale in comparison to what’s happening just south of the border. In San Fernando, 145 bodies, found in mass graves, have been brought to a centralized location, where families look through the dead. (NYT)

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