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of Kootenai County, Idaho Issue #11 March 10th

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TIDBITS® EXAMINES NOBEL PRIZES by Kathy Wolfe Most everyone has heard of the Nobel Prizes, but how much do you know about their origin and the winners? Tidbits brings you a history of the Prizes and a sampling of a few winners. • A Swedish inventor and businessman was the foundation for the five categories of Nobel Prizes awarded each year. Alfred Nobel, born in Stockholm in 1833, was 30 years old when he was working on developing nitroglycerine as an explosive for the mining industry. Unfortunately, Nobel’s own brother was killed in an explosion during their experiments. In 1864, Nobel was able to start mass-producing nitroglycerine, meanwhile experimenting with mixing nitro with a fine sand to make a paste to shape into rods that could be inserted into drilling holes. In 1866, he received a patent for his new invention which he called “dynamite.” This was closely followed by the invention of a detonator in order to set off the dynamite by lighting a fuse. His innovation was so successful, Nobel set up 90 factories in more than 20 countries. • Nobel never married, living much of his life as a very wealthy recluse prone to depression. By the time he died at age 63, he had 355 patents. turn the page for more!

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TIDBITS of Kootenai County, Idaho Issue #11 March 10th NOBEL PRIZES (continued): • Alfred Nobel’s will designated 94% of his vast fortune toward establishing five Nobel Prizes in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature, and Peace to those who, “during the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind.” His relatives vehemently contested the will, and it took four years for the executors to cut through the red tape necessary to adhere to Alfred Nobel’s wishes. In 1901, the prizes were awarded for the first time. • In 1968, a sixth Nobel Prize was added to the original list, a prize in Economics, established and funded by Sweden’s central bank in memory of Alfred Nobel. • Today’s Nobel Prize winners are awarded $1.26 million (U.S. Dollars) for their achievements. • The average age of a Nobel Prize Laureate is 59 years. The youngest recipient is Lawrence Bragg, who at age 25, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1915 jointly with his father “for their services in the analysis of crystal structure by means of X-rays.” • One family has received five Nobel prizes. Marie Curie received the 1903 Physics prize and the 1911 prize in Chemistry. Her husband Pierre shared the 1903 prize with her. Their daughter Irene was awarded the Chemistry prize in 1935, along with her husband Frederic. The husband of Marie’s daughter Eve, Henry Labouisse, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1965 as the director of UNICEF. Marie Curie was the first to receive more than one Nobel Prize, and the first person known to die of radiation poisoning. Throughout all her work with radioactivity, it was not known that radiation was dangerous

From the Publisher’s Desk By : Evelyn Bevacqua

What is Tidbits? A “tidbit” is defined as “a tasty morsel to be enjoyed before the meal”. And that’s just what Tidbits® is – a non-controversial, weekly paper dedicated to publishing entertaining morsels for the mind, food for thought as it were: trivia, fun facts, amusing stories and oddities. Tidbits is distributed to over 200 locations throughout the area. Tidbits can be found in restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, offices, banks, libraries, hair salons, auto repair shops, motels, hospitals, medical & dental waiting rooms, retail stores, etc. Our weekly readership is 14,800. If you would like to add your event, stories, ad info or any comments, please feel free to e-mail me at or call me at 208.755.9120.


Best of the Basement will be the featured show at The Art Spirit Gallery for March. The basement inventory includes over 850 original works by more than 50 artists. This show will feature our favorites. The opening reception will be on Friday, March 14 from 5-8 pm. Everyone is welcome. The show runs from March 14 – April 5. Current Artists in Inventory: • Steve Adams • Chuck Aydlett • Harold Balazs • Frank Boyden • Victoria Brace • Harlan Butt • George Carlson • Wayne Chabre • Morse Clary • Peter Cox • Josh DeWeese • Allen Dodge • Mary Dee Dodge • Catherine Earle • Mary Farrell • Ken Fenton • Chris Friedrich • Viky Garden • Terry Gieber • Del Gish • Elaine Green • Robert Grimes • Gerit Grimm • Glenn Grishkoff • Vick Haight • Nancy Halter • Mark Heisel • Yuji Hiratsuka • Michael Horswill • Peter Jagoda • Ben Joyce • Ben Krupka • Jerri Lisk • Marilyn Lysohir • Mel McCuddin • Paddy McNeely • Ryan Mitchell • Grandma Moses • Daniel Murphy • Mika Negishi Laidlaw • Eric Nelsen • Richard Notkin • Kay O’Rourke • Kyle Paliotto • Joseph Raffael • Kelly Garrett Rathbone • Tyree Riggs • George Roberts • Sue Rooke • Brad Rude • Patricia Sannit • Reid Schoonover • Sam Scott • Valerie Seaberg • David Scott Smith • Alicia Sotherland • Al Tennant • Gerard Tsutakawa • Cary Weigand • Gordon Wilson Thank you,Steve Gibbs The Art Spirit Gallery 415 Sherman Avenue Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 208.765.6006

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Live After 5 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Live music, Beer garden (beer by Trickster’s Brewing), food Location: 6th and Sherman, Coeur d’Alene, ID

Mar 13, 2014

'Spring is Sprung' Exhibit 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Put some spring in your life with the Art Works gallery's newest exhibit, “Spring is Sprung!” See works of local artists in all media inspired by the season. daily 10-4, sunday 11-4, closed Wed Tel: 208-263-2642 Location: Art Works Gallery, 214 N. First Ave., Sandpoint, ID 83864

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Gold & Treasure Show 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM March 15 – March 16 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Admission: $3 Parking: Free-Gate B Northwest Gold Prospectors – call Frank for more info at 208.704.1263 Location: Kootenai County Fairgrounds, 4056 N. Government Way, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

NOBEL PRIZES (continued): • Ernest Rutherford, a New Zealand scientist, is considered the father of nuclear physics. He received the 1908 Chemistry prize for his work with the chemistry of radioactive substances, discovering the concept of radioactive halflife and alpha and beta radiation. Yet his most famous work was performed nine years after his prize, when he became the first to split the atom in a nuclear reaction. The chemical element rutherfordium (Element 104) is named after him. Fourteen of Rutherford’s students went on to become Nobel Prize winners themselves. • Albert Einstein was responsible for “the world’s most famous equation,” E=mc2, the formula for mass-energy equivalence. But that wasn’t the work for which he received his Nobel Prize in Physics. In 1921, this genius took the prize for discovering the cause of the photoelectric effect. • Following a vacation at his country home, Scottish biologist Alexander Fleming returned to his lab to find a fungus had developed in a stack of Petri dishes that contained a staphylococcus culture. The bacteria had died all around the area containing the mold, prompting him to perform experiments over the next 20 years showing that the mold prevented growth of staphylococci, even when diluted 800 times. Fleming named his “mold juice” penicillin, and it was produced as an antibiotic that could cure numerous serious infectious diseases. For his work in the field of Medicine, Fleming was awarded the 1945 Nobel Prize. • The “first person in the Western world to have shown us that a struggle can be waged without violence” was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. At 33, Martin Luther King, Jr. became the youngest person to receive this honor for his work in America’s civil rights movement. King donated the prize money to the movement.

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®County, TIDBITSTidbits of Kootenai Idaho Issue #11 March 10th of Dallas County 2014 North Idaho Veteran Stand Down

NOBEL PRIZES (continued): • In the field of Literature, you’ll most likely recognize the names of Rudyard Kipling (1907), The 2014 North Idaho Veterans Stand George Bernard Shaw (1925), Eugene O’Neill Down will take place this year on May 10th at (1936), Pearl S. Buck (1938), Ernest Hemingthe Kootenai County Fairgrounds from 8-2pm. way (1954), and John Steinbeck (1962). AlThe event is held annually to provide services to though British statesman Sir Winston Churchill homeless and disadvantaged veterans in the Cowould normally be thought of as a candidate eur d’ Alene and the surrounding communities. in the area of peace, he was actually awarded Veterans come from as far as Seattle and many the Literature prize in 1953 for his works The locations in Montana for the one day event. The Second World War and A History of the English event is sponsored by St. Vincent de Paul, The Speaking Peoples. American Legion Post 143, The United Way of • Since 1901, more than 860 Nobel Prizes have Kootenai County and The US Department of Vetbeen awarded. Of that number only 44 have been erans Affairs. The event provides an opportunity awarded to women, including the 1979 Peace for veterans to receive services from organizaPrize given to Mother Teresa. This Albanian tions who provide medical, dental, counseling, nun, born Anjeze Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, founded housing, clothing and food assistance. the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, India, This year we will also have Lakewood in 1950, and spent 45 years caring for the poor, Animal Hospital on site to provide free examisick, orphaned, and dying. nations and pet care. Diana Clark from Organic • American pathologist Francis Peyton Rous disStylist will be at the event to do to haircuts and covered a carcinogenic virus in 1911, observing Bob Pearson will be on site as well to perform that a malignant tumor could be transferred via bike repair and minor tune ups. This will be the a virus. His work was widely discredited by ex21st year of the Stand Down which serves as a perts at the time, and it was not until 1966 that kick off to a program created by St. Vincent de his work was deemed worthy of a Nobel Prize. Paul to assist veterans and their families with Rous was 87 years old when he accepted his needed services throughout the year. long-delayed award, and continued working un Volunteers are still needed; anyone intil his death at age 91. terested in volunteering should register online • French surgeon Alexis Carrel received the at If interested in donat1912 Nobel Prize in Medicine as a pioneer in ing to the event checks may be made out to the blood vessel suturing. Twenty years later he North Idaho Veterans Stand Down and mailed to teamed up with famed pilot Charles Lindbergh St. Vincent de Paul. All donations are tax deto invent a “perfusion pump,” a device that alductible and one hundred percent of funds raised lowed living organs to exist outside of the body help us provide assistance to veterans throughout during surgery, opening the door to the develthe year. opment of open heart surgery, organ transplants, For more information on the Stand Down and the artificial heart. or veteran assistance you may call Eric Swanbeck, St. Vincent de Paul Veteran Services Coordinator at (208)704-0548.

Sponsors of the 2014 North Idaho Veterans Stand Down

St. Vincent de Paul United Way of Kootenai County American Legion Post 143 US Department of Veterans Affairs Lakewood Animal Hospital Catholic War Veterans Post 1950 Idaho Forest Group Buck Knives Coeur d’ Alene Kiwanis Cannon Hill Industries Kootenai County Fairgrounds The Disabled American Veterans 2nd Harvest U-Rent US Submarine Veterans Farragut Base Mica Flats Grange Fedora’s Restaurant Rossi Insurance Stoddard Chiropractic The VFW Post 889 The Elks Lodge 1254 StandOut Printing Lake City Rental Dr. Charles Cardarelli Northern Lakes Fire Regan Equipment Eclipse Traffic & Control Pepsico American Legion Auxiliary Post 149 Rathdrum Lion’s Club For more information call Eric Swanbeck, St. Vincent de Paul Veteran Services Coordinator at (208)704-0548.

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PAW’S CORNER By Sam Mazzotta

By Dr. Holly Carling

ALL PROTEIN IS NOT THE SAME Proteins, as well as carbohydrates, essential fatty acids, minerals and vitamins are not only the building blocks of a healthy body, but necessary for function as well. The body is about 45% protein. Without it, our body cannot regulate, repair, rebuild or protect itself. Protein in our diets is crucial. But not all protein is the same. Approximately half of the amino acids are destroyed or crippled by heat. If we do not eat protein that has been unheated, we may be missing many essential amino acids.Unheated, or raw, protein has been a part of the diet since the beginning of time. However, since the industrialization of foods, this is practically non-existent today. Anciently, foods were prepared with the goal of not only preservation, but maintaining nutrient density. Today, that is rarely a consideration. Anciently, the diet abounded with unheated proteins. Ancient grains such as quinoa, amaranth, kamut, millet and spelt were eaten as sources of food high in proteins. Nuts (not roasted, but raw) were a staple for many cultures. Typically, grains and nuts were soaked, and/or sprouted prior to use. This activates the enzymes which break down the protein and fiber into a more easily digested and assimilated form. That means that you get more protein for the buck, with less digestive load and irritation. Another source of quality, protein is meat. Raw meat was a staple for centuries. Meat was frequently preserved by layering it with salt in crocks, jerking it or smoking it. These methods preserved the heat-labile amino acids, giving the full complement of protein needed for good health. Of the more familiar foods; corned beef, beef jerky, and pastrami were originally raw, preserved meats. Today, sushi or sashimi, is consumed. When you consume raw protein as found in nature, you get more than just protein. These foods contain enzymes, probiotics, minerals and fat soluble vitamins such as Vitamins A, D, E and K. These are considered co-factors that are helpful in the assimilation and utilization of the protein. Our diets are sorely lacking in essential protein, raw protein. If you choose to eat raw meats, be sure that they areproperly prepared. Eggs over-easy or lightly poached comes close, and real smoked jerky (not the commercial type which is typically prepared with smoke flavor and other such ingredients) is an option. The easiest way to get raw protein is through raw nuts. If you eat roasted nuts, they've been heated and therefore damaged the protein. Make sure the nuts and seeds are raw. It is even better if you soak them in a bowl of water overnight to activate enzyme action and pre-digest the protein. Protein powder is not generally a good option because it is heated to high temperatures during processing. However, there are a few that are raw. In general, if your diet consists of only cooked protein, you are missing half the boat. Find ways to include raw protein in your diet safely. Your body will love you for it! Dr. Holly Carling is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Licensed Acupuncturist, Doctor of Naturopathy, Clinical Nutritionist and Master Herbologist with over 34 years of experience. Dr. Carling is currently accepting new patients and offers natural health care services and whole food nutritional supplements in her Coeur d’ Alene clinic. Visit Dr. Carling’s website at to learn more about Dr. Carling, view a list of upcoming health classes and read other informative articles. Dr. Carling can be reached at 208-7651994 and would be happy to answer any questions regarding this topic.

Do Big Dogs Equal Stronger Economy?

Is our growing preference for larger dog breeds a sign that the economy is recovering? According to the American Kennel Club, that’s a possibility. Owning bigger breeds -- an economic indicator of sorts -- have been on the rise during the past five years,Ó said Lisa Peterson, an AKC representative. ÒAs the economy has improved, people are turning back to the big dogs they love, which cost more to feed and care for than the smaller breeds that saw a rise in popularity in 2007 and 2008.Ó That’s an odd statement to make, considering the most popular large dogs have never been out of the AKC’s annual top 10 breeds. The Labrador Retriever has held the No. 1 spot for 23 years, and the German Shepherd and Golden Retriever consistently make the top five. The Dachshund and the Yorkshire Terrier are the only small breeds to consistently break into the top 10. It raises questions about what the AKC thinks of dog owners. What were we doing when we were supposedly out of love with big dogs six years ago? What about owners who prefer smaller dogs? While financial problems are often cited as a reason for owners to neglect or abandon their dogs, the size of the dog isn’t the biggest cause. Smaller breeds can cost just as much or more to care for, and I’ve met many owners who would gladly go hungry to make sure their pet has food. Owners have many reasons for choosing the pet they bring into the family. Economic concerns are an important consideration, but responsible owners consider a lot of factors, such as the breed, its size, potential behavioral or health issues, apartment or homeowner association rules, and local pet ordinances. It’s irresponsible of the AKC to correlate breed size with growth or dampening of the economy and smacks of bias by the organization.

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Looking for forever homes! Alternative Pet Rescue has a verity of small dogs for adoption. Alternative Pet Rescue has a variety of friendly small dogs for adoption. For more info go to our FaceBook Fan Page C.D.A. Id. (208)661-2286

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With the recent job report, the forecast for mortgage interest rates is seen to not have any immediate increases. This continues the affordability of buying vs renting. In a recent poll held by Inman news Only 2% feel it's better to rent vs. Buy. Where as 77% feel that buying a home is a good investment as well as a place to live. With the tight lending on mortgage loans we have seen a national slow down in home sales since January. However, locally home sales continue to outpace last years sales rate. The main positive point with tighter lending is the steady decrease in short sales and distressed properties. An additional positive result is that resell home values continue to inch up in values. All the above factors continue to assure we are in a stab sliding housing market. What are you waiting for? Now is a great time to buy it sell property! Contact a Realtor today.

Candy Inbody- Keller Williams Realty CRS,e-pro, SFR,BPOR, SRS 208-755-4885

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Q: What exactly does “spay” mean?

Q:What separates Molly Maid from another cleaning service in Kootenai county? A: If you dream of walking into an immaculate house without taking the time or effort, Molly Maid Cleaning Services is here to help. If you're looking for a trustworthy and professional cleaning service for your office, or home … look no further. Our services cover a wide range of tasks to free up your time so you can concentrate on the important things in life - family, friends, career, and hobbies. And to top it all off we are licensed, bonded, and insured! We provide a professional and affordable cleaning experience specializing in the following: Weekly, Bi-weekly, and Monthly Spring Cleaning Move-out/Move-in Cleans House Sitting and Security Checks Q: Does molly maid offer a senior discount. A: Yes, we do. Also our supervisors in both Lewiston, and Coeur d’Alene areas are former C.N.A.s and understand the needs of our elderly clients. Molly Maid Cleaning Services 208-792-1335

A: Spay is the common term for the medical procedure ovariohysterectomy. In this surgery the pet's ovaries are removed and the uterus is also removed to insure that it does not become a source of infection. If the surgeon simply tied or obstructed the Fallopian tubes (the channel where the eggs must pass into the uterus) in order to make the female dog or cat sterile, she would still come into heat, attract males, and attempt to breed. Spaying females prior to their first heat cycle which usually occurs at 5-6 months old in cats and dogs, nearly eliminates the risk of breast cancer and totally prevents uterine infections and uterine cancer. Every heat cycle increases the risk of breast cancer substantially.

For the health of your pet and to help prevent future homeless cats and dogs, Spay/Neuter for a Brighter Future. For more info, contact Animal Allies of Idaho. 208-719-0223 Animal Allies of Idaho Sustaining a Healthy Pet Population

What is Tidbits?

A “tidbit” is defined as “a tasty morsel to be enjoyed before the meal”. And that's just what Tidbits® is – a non-controversial, weekly paper dedicated to publishing entertaining morsels for the mind, food for thought as it were: trivia, fun facts, amusing stories and oddities. Our unique editorial blend is what hooks our readers and keeps them coming back for more. They will seek out each week’s new issue and take copies home or to the office to share with family and friends. As merchants discover this loyalty, more and more will want to place their marketing message in front of our readership. The following are excerpts that have appeared in actual Tidbits issues: • After playing hooky all morning, four teenage boys scurried into class with the tale that their car had had a flat tire. The teacher seemed very understanding, but informed them that they had nonetheless missed a quiz. However, she would kindly allow them to make it up, and instructed them to take their seats. The first question for the boys to answer: “Which tire was flat?” • A certain species of tern winters in Antarctica, and flies 11,000 miles every year to get there. Since the birds have a lifespan of up to thirty years, it is possible they could fly well over half a million miles during their migrations. • A very interesting golf course is located in North Dakota. Well, part of it is in North Dakota. The other part is in Canada. Tee off on the ninth hole in Canada, and find the cup in the United States. This particular ninth cup collected its first hole-in-one in 1934 when George Wegener hit the ball in one country and scored in another. • A woman went to the post office to buy stamps for her Christmas cards. “What denomination?” the clerk asked. “Good heavens,” the woman exclaimed, “it’s come to this? Well, then, give me fifty Baptist ones and fifty Catholic.” • More collect calls are made on Father’s Day than any other day of the year. • In culinary lore, the cookie was invented when a baker placed a dab of cake dough in the oven to test the temperature. The Dutch appropriately dubbed the ensuing creation “koekje,” little cake.

Thank you for a GREAT way to advertise! CDA Hand Therapy and Healing Center I have been advertising in Tidbits for some time now and love it. Positive people and a great paper, I'd recommend Tidbits as an affordable opportunity for business growth in any industry. Thanks Mary and Evelyn, Twila with The Cleaning Girls in CDA. Thanks Evelyn! My experience with you and Tidbits has been nothing other than awesome. Thanks again for all your help and understanding. If I ever had a need again for your services, I will definitely get in contact with you.

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Brain Differences between Men and Women

Everyone knows that men and women think differently. On the whole, men tend to be more analytical, and women more communicative, with enhanced verbal skills. Now a study that reviewed Susan Ashley MD over 20 years of neuroSpecializing in: science into sex differ• Bio-Identical ences in brain structure Hormones • Autism/ADHD shows why. drug-free treatment A total of 126 articles • Brain Health/ Dementia were included in the • Food allergies study, covering brains • Energy Medicine from individuals as • Chronic Fatigue/ Fibromyalgia young as birth to 80 • Pediatrics/ years old. Sport Physicals They found that males • Anti-Aging Medicine on average have larger total brain volumes than women (by 8-13%). And no, this doesn’t mean they’re smarter. Looking more closely, differences in volume between the sexes were located in several regions. These included parts of the limbic system and the language system.

Specifically, males on average had larger volumes and higher tissue densities in areas such as the amygdala, hippocampus, cerebellum, and elsewhere. By contrast, females on average had higher density in the left frontal pole, and larger volumes in the right frontal pole, and other structures of the brain. Why is this important? It may help to explain the differences in psychiatric diagnoses seen in men and women. Specifically, why males have a higher risk of autism and schizophrenia, whereas females have a higher risk of depression and anxiety. There is much research being done in this area, but for now, protect your brain by taking omega 3’s daily. Another great supplement that provides brain protection from environmental and other toxicities is lithium orotate, at a dose of 5-10 mg at night. Taking this nightly will also help prevent dementia. And please note, this is not the same lithium as the drug that is used in patients with bipolar disorder. Men truly are from Mars, and women really are from Venus - at least in our brains! Susan Ashley MD Family Medicine Liberty Lake, 509-928-6700

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25" DIAGONAL SHARP TV, good picture, with controller, too big for our bedroom, $49. 208-664-9365

GREAT LOCATION! Beautiful rancher in Fairway Hills. Well established landscaping in large back yard. Close proximity to public golf course FOR SALE: like new Bowflex Extreme in- and Kroc Community Center. Quiet neighborcludes leg and lat extensions $350 Call Jonathan hood. Back yard has 6 fruit trees, plums, apples, 208-818-8842 cherry and pears. $267,000. MLS #14-317. Call Anne Anderson with Lakeshore Realty, 208VENDORS WANTED. 15th annual Gold and 660-4621 Treasure show, March 15th and 16th at the Kootenai County Fair- grounds in Coeur d’Alene, POSSIBLE SELLER financing, mobile home hosted by the NorthWest Gold Prospectors As- park on 1.93 acres in CdA. Call Sandy Watts at sociation. $75 per booth. Vendors mar- keting or Realteam Real Estate, 208-659-5751, for details displaying anything related to gold prospecting, mining, gold and/ or silver, jewelry, rockhound- 76 Green Timblin Historic school house, accesing, camp- ing or items associated with the out- sory house and shop/potential duplex all on 1.59 doors are invited to call Bob at 208-699-8128 or acres . Candy Inbody Keller Williams Realty bob@goldfeverminingsupply. com for details CRS,e-pro, SFR,BPOR, SRS, RSPS

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Get away from it all, yet easy access to this secHAYDEN HOME, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced ondary lot at Black Lake Shores. Build a cabin, back yard, attached 2 car garage. Only $130,000. park your travel trailer, or pitch your tent, on Call Richard at Hope Realty, 208-699-7536 this wooded lot. Community waterfront w/common dock, boat to Lake Coeur d’Alene. Come NEED CASH FOR YOUR home? Cash invesgetaway. Priced right at $20,500. with possible tors buying North Idaho homes, any condition! seller terms. Fast 2 day close. Call or text J.T., Keller WilCall Janice Harvey with liams Realty, CdA, at 208-818-8385, will reKeller Williams Realty CDA spond immediately! 208-659-9564 HAYDEN HOME, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, fenced back yard, attached 2 car garage. Only $130,000. Call Richard at Hope Realty, 208-699-7536 4.5 ACRES FENCED, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Bonners Ferry city limits, near hospital. 20x40 shop/ garage. Dead end road. 360 degree mountain views. Walking distance to Kootenai River. $109,000. Dinning Real Estate, 208-267-7953. Email: BANK OWNED 3400 sq. ft. 4 bedroom, 1.5 bath, fireplace, oversized kitchen, oversized laundry, large lot, garage and carport, partially finished basement, $140,000. Norm See, 208699-5922 Realteam BEATUIFUL NEW HOME in gated Radiant Lake community. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large open main living area, granite, wood laminate flooring, lake views, hurry! $189,000. Mike McNamara, 208-660-6320, Windermere ONE LEVEL LIVING, close to freeway for commuting to Spokane and Coeur d'Alene. Beautiful wood pergola and raised garden boxes in large back yard that backs up to a field for added privacy. Nice laundry room off of garage. $148,000. MLS #13-11595. Call Anne Anderson with Lakeshore Realty, 208-660-4621 APPROXIMATE PAYMENT amount, $825 month. 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1350 sq. ft., garage, built 2004, neat, clean. Norm See, 208-699-5922 Realteam

Historical School House Property offers Commercial or Residential opportunities! Over one and a half acres with mountain views offers partially remodeled school house, accessory house with 2 car garage and a large shop/duplex style building. Perfect for a Bed & Breakfast for all the Schweitzer Tourists and locals. Candy Inbody Keller Williams Realty CRS,epro, SFR,BPOR, SRS 208-755-4885


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Services Low Fee Spay/Neuter Quality nonprofit clinic in CdA. Cats: $40-$55. Dogs: $55-$90. Details at Call Animal Allies of Idaho for appointment 208-719-0223. Attention! Realtors, builders and home owners. THE CLEANING GIRLS services include Interior construction, vacation rentals, one time deep clean, moving in or out, company coming, weekly or bi-weekly? Licensed and insuredTwila-208-691-0086 Get a 32 oz. bottle of Top Dog Pet Stain & Odor Remover for 15$. Tried and Proven by the Pros. Call A Nu-Look to order 208-667-4984

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Advertising Sales position (Coeur d'Alene, ID) HAYDEN LAKE BUILDING lot, treed .265 I'm looking for an experienced Business to Busiacre building lot on Clarkview Dr. in Honey- ness Sales Rep selling advertising in the Kootesuckle Hills neighborhood. Few minutes to nai County Newspaper plus other projects. Part Hayden Lake, beach and golf courses. Water or full time, commission based. Please e-mail me LID paid. All utilities to the lot, $40,000. MLS your resume. Check out Tidbits at www.tidbitsc#13-6643. Call Loretta Reed, Windermere/ CdA You need to be self motivated but you also have the freedom to work your own hours. Realty, 208-661-1880 Potential to make around $ 3000 a month plus 60 ACRES, near Farragut in Bonner County, bonuses. Please e-mail resume to evelyn2318@ $180,000. Hwy 57 Murray Creek, Priest River, or call 208.755.9120. several parcels, 20-24 acres, power and creek, starting at $49,900. Photos go to: www.Kim- Seeking a Licensed Massage Therapist to or call Kim Cooper, 800-468-1388 let a room at a busy clinic. Positive and team oriented atmosphere. Table & W/D at clinic. For or 208-415-0636, Select Brokers more info. 208-665-2293 TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS fully developed and shovel-ready for multiple uses. Ideal for professional practice-type uses, such as insurance, legal. Several residences nearby. $140,000. Two lots available, each $70,000. Call Anne Anderson with Lakeshore Realty, 208-660-4621

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Dear Auntie M.,

Why is the world so confusing? I don't know who to believe anymore. I subscribe to a bunch of newsletters for things I'm interested in, but lately I feel like they only want to sell me something. Each one seems to have ‘the answer’, ‘the way’, ‘the cure’, ‘the latest and greatest’ - just take this, do that, believe this, buy now before it’s too late. How do I discern? Even the TV networks report the news with a different twist - who’s right? And how can every product, medication, service and company be the best one? No wonder there is so much conflict in the world. Everybody wants to be right. But doesn’t that make a lot of things wrong? I try to be objective but I find I'm overwhelmed by all the choices and differing opinions. Can you help? Mixed Up in Mullen Dear Mixed Up, You may be experiencing information overload. The mind is like a computer - it stores and retrieves information. If your hard drive is full you need to delete, defrag and run a virus program. An early programming saying was 'garbage in, garbage out.' Overloading your mind causes overwhelm, confusion and stress. Take an information holiday. Turn off the computer and TV for a week. Be more physical, less cerebral. Just try it. Freedom of Speech lets everyone have their own agenda and be right - for them; you don't have to agree. Clear your mind. Get back to what's important to you. You’ll find you’ll be clearer, have more time, and probably sleep and feel better. See it as fun and it will be! Please send your questions or comments to DearAuntieMmm@gmail. com. I shall be frank and honest with my response and provide resources where appropriate.

TIDBITS of Kootenai County, Idaho Issue #11 March 10th