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  • Roostertails Through Time
  • Roostertails Through Time

    Looking back on Coeur d’Alene’s hydro history — and future
      H1 Unlimited class hydroplanes can exceed 200 miles per hour on the straightaway. They are up to 30 feet long and weigh a whopping 6,750 pounds; they need cranes to lift them in and out of the water. At top speed, they literally fly across lakes and rivers with only their propellers touching the surface.
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  • ...As Apple Pie
  • ...As Apple Pie

    Where to celebrate your Fourth of July in the Inland Northwest
      In the words of the late, great Whitney Houston: “The children are our future.” So start your holiday off right with the annual kids’ parade in Coeur d’Alene. The parade starts downtown and will end at Independence Point. This year’s theme, “America the Beautiful,” will feature adorable costumes, pets, floats and bicyclists.
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