A Coeur d'Alene man was honored this week for his lifetime of improving highway management in Idaho. Ray Oliver was one of the first Worley Highway District commissioners and held the position for nearly two decades. He also worked with the state legislature to get more funds distributed to local highway entities.
So what did he get for his efforts? A gold watch? A plaque with his name on it? Nope, how about a building? This Coeur d'Alene Press story explains.