Kellogg, ID 83837
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Kellogg is a
town located in Shoshone County, Idaho,
along Interstate 90 near the Coeur d'Alene
National Forest and about 36 miles (58 km)
east-southeast of Coeur d'Alene. As of the
2000 census, the town had a total population
of 2,395, down by nearly a third of what its
population was in 1980.
Kellogg is named after a prospector named
Noah Kellogg. Legend has it that his donkey
wandered off during the morning of September
4, 1885; Kellogg found the animal at a large
outcropping of Galena, which became the site
of the Bunker Hill and Sullivan Mines; those
mines led to the founding of Kellogg, a town
where a local sign reads "This is the town
founded by a jackass and inhabited by his
descendants." Bunker Hill Mine closed in
1982, leaving 2000 people out of work.
Kellogg is also home to Silver Mountain
Resort, a ski resort which includes Kellogg
Peak (6,300 ft/1,920 m) and Wardner Peak
(6,200 ft/1,890 m).
Felony and misdemeanor criminal court records.