Freedom Tree, R.I.P. 

Downtown Coeur d’Alene’s Freedom Tree stood for (and in the way of) so much — it should never be forgotten

The tall and stately Norway spruce, right in the middle of the Coeur d’Alene city parking lot, posed for pictures with friends last Thursday, just before its execution the very next day. A chain-link fence has now been erected around the…

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