• What Can Our Community Do To Prepare For A Crisis?

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    February 13, 2024
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    by Charity Joy, Editor in Chief, Kootenai Journal

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    HAYDEN, IDAHO – With the increasing potential for disrupting events on the horizon, three Kootenai County men decided it was time to form a group capable of bringing the community together to overcome any challenges.

    Businessman Nels Jensen, author Michael Ashley, and retired Brigadier General Blaine Holt, USAF, established Kootenai Stability and Resilience Group (KSRG) last summer, and they recently launched a website aimed to bring awareness and garner community participation. In an exclusive interview with the Kootenai Journal, Ashley and Gen. Holt shared the vision of KSRG and why now was the time to get rolling on the ambitious endeavor to prepare for a possible black swan event, like the Lahaina fires in Maui in 2023, Katrina in New Orleans in 2005, or the 9/11 attacks in 2001.

    “I think that it’s no secret that many people feel right now that something big is around the corner and they’re concerned about it. And so we wanted to not be taken by surprise. Instead, we wanted to seize the moment,” Ashley shared.

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