The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington on August 31, 2002 · 6
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The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington · 6

Spokane, Washington
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Saturday, August 31, 2002
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Spokane, Wash, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Saturday, August 31, 2002 Page B3 REGION Plenty of food for Is Pig Out diners work up appetite mulling options ByAmyCannata Staff writer ! Finding a spot to sit down and eat at Pig Out in the Park can be difficult, but deciding exactly what to eat is much harder. (With more than 40 food booths and hundreds of items to choose I from, thousands of would-be diners I were struggling Friday evening to i pick what to dig into. ( Indian food or Chinese? Bratwurst or pizza? Salad or french j fries? g Coupon ; Coupon Discount applies when 9 t - ip 'if ' - t - " V 'Ml 1830- isNMFIfe) SHU IEEIIBIBIMbbpSiB 1 - fillf-S atdisA-A'cy- - - - J. - ft r- - t - ll&y k'nHu UKiXUJLQ fell Ln, 'iVi, rj k lit- rffij itoMiJttiiti - - - -nnnr WHOLE HOG If you go: Pig Out in the Park runs through Monday in the Gondola Meadow at Riverfront Park. Hours are from 10 a.m.-lO p.m. Music starts at noon. Food prices range from $2-$6.50. Promoters ask that you leave your dogs at home. Some pick booths with long lines because a long line must mean good food. Then again, a short line means you get to eat sooner. Others followed their noses, Coupon ; 0 .0 :U I 2 1 e ty f-, . r' I illpJjrilJ) i& lurMni: thought sniffing the air and stopping where the aromas were most enticing, Keeleigh Solverson cut out a list of booths from the newspaper and selected what she wanted to eat before she even got to Pig Out in the Park. For her it was a Philly cheesesteak and ice cream. Bart and Kathy Morris were noshing on rice and egg rolls. The two couldnt find a spot to sit, so they dined standing up while enjoying the music of Milonga. We just got tired of walking, joked Bart Morris. After taking a breather to recover from dinner, though, theres only one real thing left to do. Decide on dessert. Coupon Coupon paying with Cash, seen M Mission led Dresser, Mirror, Chest & 2 Nightstands Reg: $2999.99 Sale Price: $2199.99 REGIONAL NEWS From staff reports lightning sparks several spot fires Saiulpuint Lightning storms passing through the region sparked about a dozen small fires across the Idaho Panhandle, keeping Forest Service and Idaho Department of Lands crews busy. Crews in the Sandpoint, Bonners Ferry and Priest Lake areas responded to fires ranging in size from one-tenth to one-third of an acre in the last two days. On Friday, some fires were snuffed, but others were just being contained or even located. I lelieoptcrs are shuttling firefighters or dropping buckets of water on the spot fires. Spot fires are near Porcupine Lake east of Sandpoint, near Grouse Creek northeast of Sandpoint, near Green Bay southeast of Sandpoint, near I looDoo Mountain south of Sandpoint and near Shed Roof Mountain north ofNordman. The fire near Green Bay was the closest to homes, said Greg Hetzler of the Sandpoint Ranger District. That fire is small, he said, and moving slowly because of the moisture from Fridays rainstorms. The Department of Lands and the Forest Service urged campers to be extremely cautious with fires. Roof workers recovering after lightning strike Oldtown, Idaho Two workers for Lifetime Roofing Coupon Check, MC, Visa, or Discover1 3 99 K LjChoti) Nn33I 17131 i IgPlVf. jklDdlO Sin ( - Iglil'teflfflflffli) Wtl - - , J ' f swju htinut in Kellogg were struck by lightning Friday morning while working on Langille Canyon Road north of Oldtown. The workers were putting siding on a garden shed for Oscar and Lc Williams when the lightning struck a nearby tree, according to Le Williams. The injured workers were transported to New port Hospital by Priest River Ambulance. Neither lost consciousness, and one was released early Friday afternoon while his partner remained in observation, Williams said. They were both very lucky, Williams said. One man couldnt feel his legs at first and the other couldnt feel his arm. Both had good pulses and no wounds, said Williams, a retired paramedic. The lightning didnt hit the ground, but arced from the tree to the shed and the workers. The lightning buckled the sheds roof, blew out the siding and moved it off its foundation, she said, The strike knocked out power to the Williams home, so they had to run to a neighbors to phone 91 1. Three NIC trustee seats are up for election Coeur d'Alene Three North Idaho College trustees are up for election Nov. 5. The filing deadline for candidacy is Tuesday. The seats up for grabs are now occupied by Sheila Wood, Michael Armon, and Denny I Iague. Wood and Armons terms expire in 2008, and Hagues expires in 2006. Candidates must be a U.S. citizen, 1 8 years of age, a resident of Kootenai County for at least 30 days before the election, and a registered voter. To apply, individuals can get a declaration of candidacy form from Roily Jurgens, NICsvice president Coupon for administrative services, in the Lee Hall Business Office. Or, the form can be obtained from the Kootenai County Elections Department, at 315 West Garden Ave. Applications must be submitted by 5 p.m. Tuesday. For more information, call Jurgens , at (208) 769-3340. Young students to start j late in Boundary County Bonners Ferry ! Thanks to construction delays, , students in kindergarten through sixth grade in the Boundary County School District will start school a week late, on Sept. 9. Other grades begin Tuesday, as j scheduled. , Motorcyclist killed in crash was intoxicated Coeur dAlene Kootenai County Sheriffs officials , have determined that a 40-year-old j man who died in a motorcycle crash ! on Aug. 19 had been drinking. 1 Darrell Engan, of Rathdrum, ; crashed on North Hauser Lake Road. I Ie was not wearing a helmet, sheriffs officials said Friday. Engan was speeding going a ! minimum of 67 mph ina25mph I zone and his blood alcohol was f .26. Thats more than thi ee times the 1 legal limit of .08. 1

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