Identity Crisis 

In North Idaho, locals aren’t afraid of a walled city moving in, but about the branding that could come with it

In the first three miles of the climb up Cherry Creek Road, the rain turns to snow. The muddy road snakes through pine trees and the occasional house welcomes visitors with a “NO TRESPASSING” sign. The snow gets deeper, and soon…

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