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The big Julyamsh Pow Wow held annually at the Greyhound Park in Post Falls has been cancelled, the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort announced Friday.

The announcement comes as four Indian tribes in Idaho press the state to outlaw electronic “instant racing” betting machines. One of the locations in the state that has the machines is the Greyhound Park and Event Center.

decision was made to move the powwow away from Greyhound Park because the Tribe cannot condone the illegal activity taking place there, nor can the Tribe condone the hostile and belligerent statements made recently by the Greyhound Park manager about the Tribe and Indian gaming, she said.

The cancellation was announced by casino in a news release Friday afternoon. The release said the event is the largest outdoor pow wow in the Northwest and among the largest such events in the nation, with 1,600 participants and up to 30,000 spectators over three days. It’s been held in Post Falls for 17 years.

Allison Moses, operations manager at the Greyhound Park, said she hadn’t been notified that the Coeur d’Alene Casino was canceling the pow wow.

“It’s not anything from our end,” she said. “The Coeur d’Alene Casino runs it so check with them.”

Dave Matheson, CEO of the casino, said in the news release that the tribe hoped to hold the event on the Coeur d’Alene Reservation, but “the lack of space outdoors and infrastructure necessary to conduct it, are given as reasons for the cancellation.”

“All of us here are deeply thankful for the support we’ve received from the Post Falls community and beyond, the news release said. We don’t want to close the door to restoring Julyamsh in the future, but we will not be staging it this year.”

The Coeur d’Alene Tribe is one of four tribes that have asked Idaho Gov. Butch Otter to put an end to the slot style instant racing machines, which allow people to wager on historical horse races for as little as a quarter. The tribes say slot machines are outlawed under the Idaho Constitution.

The Kootenai County Prosecutor Office has asked the Post Falls Police Department to investigate the Greyhound Park machines, which could help resolve the legal question.

The Greyhound Park first installed the machines last summer, then added more in December. Another manager at the facility told The Spokesman Review earlier this month that the tribes’ objections are about protecting their own casino revenues.
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The owner a New York doctor had purchased the plane to fly into the remote Adirondack lake country to make summer house calls on his wealthy patients. The story goes that the Doc returned the plane to the factory for routine maintenance after flying it for quite some time. The factory then proceeded to make some changes to the cockpit controls without telling the doc.

He soon discovered after take off that something was drastically wrong. They had deliberately REVERSED the left and right aileron controls to correct a design defect so that the plane couldn’t accidentally drop a wing into the water when banking into a turn. The good doctor nearly crashed before figuring this out. Navy ordered six of these but most were destroyed in a fire at the factory before delivery.

Burgess Dunne 2 was bought by the Canadian Army and was Canada’s first military aircraft. The aircraft was flown by Clifford Webster to Quebec City where it was loaded onto a ship for the Atlantic crossing, but never made it intact. The ship encountered rough seas and the plane which was simply lashed to the deck and left completely assembled was destroyed.

The Burgess Dunne was built by two mathematicans. Dunne was an Englishman who designed and built planes in England.

He actually built two test aircraft. Later, a Dunne appeared in a static display at the Paris Air Show in 1915. Dunne in one his craft

Burgess was an American boat aircraft builder who had the necessary skills and manufacturing facilities to build and modify Dunne’s design. The first plane Dunne built was equipped with wheels instead of pontoons.

After Burgess acquired the rights to the Dunne aircraft design, he quickly learned that the plane was a very stable flying machine but it wanted to fly directly into the wind. It was very sensitive to cross winds and even a 10 degree off heading breeze could make for a tricky landing. It was therefore decided to make it into a sea plane so cross winds could not affect it’s landing path. Athenia for the trip to England. However, the plane was so badly damaged in transit, that it was no longer flyable.

The Burgess Dunne’s wing span was 47 feet and length was 26 feet from nose to rear floats on the wingtips. It was 11 feet, 6 inches high and had a single float mounted directly under the pilot and passenger seats. Normal cruising speed ranged from 60 to 65 miles per hour.

About the time that M. Bleriot was developing his monoplane, and Santos Dumont was astonishing the world with his flying feats at Bagatelle, a young army officer was at work far away in a secluded part of the Scottish Highlands on the model of an aeroplane. This young man was Lieutenant J. W. Dunne, and his name has since been on everyone’s lips wherever aviation is discussed. For some time the War Office helped the inventor with money, for the numerous tests and trials necessary in almost every invention before satisfactory results are achieved are very costly.

Probably the inventor did not make sufficiently rapid progress with his novel craft, for he lost the financial help and goodwill of the Government for a time; but he plodded on, and at length his plans were sufficiently advanced for him to carry on his work openly. It must be borne in mind that at the time Dunne first took up the study of aviation no one had flown in Europe, and he could therefore receive but little help from the results achieved by other pilots and constructors.

But in the autumn of 1913 Lieutenant Dunne’s novel aeroplane was the talk of both Europe and America. Innumerable trials had been made in the remote flying ground at Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppey, and the machine became so far advanced that it made a cross Channel flight from Eastchurch to Paris. It remained in France for some time, and Commander Felix, of the French Army, made many excellent flights in it. Unfortunately, however, when flying near Deauville, engine trouble compelled the officer to descend; but in making a landing in a very small field, not much larger than a tennis court, several struts of the machine were damaged. It was at once seen that the aeroplane could not possibly be flown until it had been repaired and thoroughly overhauled. To do this would take several days, especially as there were no facilities for repairing the craft near by, and to prevent anyone from making a careful examination of the aeroplane, and so discovering the secret features which had been so jealously guarded, the machine was smashed up after the engine had been removed.

At that time this was the only Dunne aeroplane in existence, but of course the plans were in the possession of the inventor, and it was an easy task to make a second machine from the same model. Two more machines were put in hand at Hendon, and a third at Eastchurch.

On 18th October, 1913, the Dunne aeroplane made its first public appearance at Hendon, in the London aerodrome, piloted by Commander Felix. The most striking distinction between this and other biplanes is that its wings or planes, instead of reaching from side to side of the engine, stretch back in the form of the letter V, with the point of the V to the front. These wings extend so far to the rear that there is no need of a tail to the machine, and the elevating plane in front can also be dispensed with.

This curious and unique design in aeroplane construction was decided upon by Lieutenant Dunne after a prolonged observation at close quarters of different birds in flight, and the inventor claims for his aeroplane that it is practically uncapsizable. Perhaps, however, this is too much to claim for any heavier than air machine; but at all events the new design certainly appears to give greater stability, and it is to be hoped that by this and other devices the progress of aviation will not in the future be so deeply tinged with tragedy.

This and the following Dunne D8 image come from an outstanding 3D website which features stereo images by Augustin Seguin (1898 1964), pilot, engineer, and amateur photographer. They have been processed as Anaglyphs (a Red/Blue composite) but, as here, are also available as mono images.

The term Anaglyph is derived from two Greek words meaning “again” and “sculpture”. The conventional method of viewing stereoscopic photographs in the last century was to use a viewer which held a pair of images, and which enabled each eye to see only one; by fusing these together a three dimensional effect was recreated.

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4:48: Just ate my face off at Shanghai Bun in West Windsor. Dim sum for all. Bill was $42. Remember when dinner used to be more expensive than the movie?

5:28: Here the current scene: Daughters playing loudly with every toy they ever owned. Youngest has a cold. Son next to me, at the age where he starting to care about football. My wife, huffing around the house PO at me because I have no idea why but I sure I screwed up somewhere. Me, in PJ on day 12 of a 10 day cold and bonus pink eye. I a mess. No Super Bowl party for us. Normally, we use the night for the kids as an excuse. This year, the pink eye was a no brainer. No one wants me sticking my fingers in the Dorito bowl.

6:32: Great first play, great second play. Didn get a first down yet, but I like the idea of the Eagles coming out aggressive. Gonna need that to win, I think.

6:35: Eagles convert two straight third down plays. That what Super Bowl champion teams do.

6:41: Man, a touchdown would been great but have to love the Eagles striking first. Can ask for much more.


6:51: It taken me six minutes but I calmed down about Han Solo.

6:58: Alshon Jeffery! Holy moly. This game is going to be nuts and Elliot missed the XP. WideEaglesWide

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7:12: Whoa. Brandin Cooks nearly gets de testicled and then they miss the FG. The Eagles are destined?

7:20: Double whoa. Brandin Cooks nearly died there on that clean, but not cool, hit.

7:24: This game could not be going any better for the Eagles so far.

7:32: Legarrette Blount will have a statue next to Rocky if this continues.

7:45: Using a speech from Dr. Martin Luther King to sell trucks is just terrible. my god this is a Ram commercial? my son asks.

8:05: Remember what I said about staying aggressive? I count the Burton to Foles TD on fourth down as aggressive thing ever.

8:13: You know what? 2 deserves an Oscar nomination. deadline. I going to need a natural end to this column that doesn include the end of the game. I typing without a net. I wish I had some Doritos.

8:28: I like Justin Timberlake but this halftime show is terrible. And the Would Die For You Prince thing? I mean, he does know Prince is actually dead, right?

8:46: Brady and Gronk march down the field and score to start second half. Eagles need need to match it.

9:03: Did that touchdown wait for it it? I mean, Folesgetaboutit, right?

9:10: It did not. Brady to Hogan. This game is starting to get the Super Bowl of all time vibe to it. It may be officially exceeding 2. Only problem: I running out of space. Going to need to reign it in.
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“In a nutshell, we were building a feature for somebody else’s product during the ISA,” O’Rourke said. “At any point the owner could roll out the feature and make us obsolete. That happened.”

“We pitched our business, and they gave us a big tour and set up a meeting with founders,” he said. “That whole experience showed me that the startup scene in Lincoln is booming compared to some other Midwest cities.”

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There were conversations about moving Streamweaver to Lincoln following graduation from ISA. But O’Rourke announced at the ISA Launch Day that the company was closing down.

“We were struggling with whether to start another company just for the sake of it, or working on something we’re passionate about,” he said. “Beth [McKeon, NMotion Executive Director] caught wind that we were in kind of a weird spot and said she had a Program Manager position open.”

The opportunity for O’Rourke to continue exploring new business ideas was a selling point.

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“Nebraska and Iowa have similar programs, and I had the chance to go through the Iowa program twice with two different ventures,” O’Rourke said. “It was super beneficial. What we focus on is helping entrepreneurs validate whether their business is worth pursuing.”

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O’Rourke was asked what’s next for LNK Exchange, the program that brought him to Lincoln in the first place.

“The next couple of months I’m going to be traveling to surrounding communities,” he said. “I’ll be recruiting for our 2017 cohort and getting people into the LNK Exchange pipeline.”

Traveling the region is nothing new for O’Rourke. He has served as a Startup Weekend facilitator in several communities, and has gained perspective on the startup ecosystem in the Silicon Prairie.

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Rod Armstrong is Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for AIM in Lincoln, Nebraska. He is a regular contributor to Silicon Prairie News.

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It found Jonathan D. Renfro, 29, guilty of first degree murder for shooting Coeur d’Alene Police Sgt. Greg Moore in the face on May 5, 2015. It also found him guilty of robbery, concealing evidence and removing a gun from a police officer.

After the verdict was read, Moore’s widow, Lindy Moore, took turns hugging prosecutors Barry McHugh, Jed Whitaker and David Robins. She then stood for several minutes crying and hugging at friend. She also hugged Greg Moore’s ex wife, Jennifer Brumley, who has been sitting next to Lindy Moore for days.

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Supreme Court Justice Judith French is a Sebring native, but spent her legal career in Franklin County.

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Judge Maureen Sweeney of Mahoning County Common Pleas Court appears to have the edge on getting that appointment as she has already announced plans to run as a Republican for the appeals seat Judge DeGenaro is vacating.