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The Spartans held the lead for three quarters, but Sandpoint battled back in the final eight minutes to escape Priest River with a 52-50 victory on Tuesday night.
How public officials can comply with Idaho’s Open Meeting Law - even in a pandemic
Idaho Fish and Game is continuing to monitor and capture animals as part of a large multi-year research project.
A look at the events, activities and meetings taking place around Bonner County.
What if Martin Luther King Jr. was here today — and asked to appear on one of the day-long news channels to comment on the events of January 6? What would he say?
If you're looking to do something special for your valentine, the Panida Theater has an idea.
A pair of Sandpoint High School students have been honored by the Sandpoint Elks Lodge No. 1376 as students of the month for December.
Bonner County Historical Society and Museum shares interesting stories of the community's people, places and events.
The Ponderay branch of Columbia Bank recently held a school supply drive, presenting the supplies to Forrest M. Bird Charter School and Kootenai Elementary.
Stories and news celebrating local students' achievements and honors.
The recent letter from Heather Thomas concerning the Christmas Fair is another example of something I experienced a number of years ago.
I can't find any information on the type of explosive, detonation device, catalyst, etc., used in the Nashville blast.
Sandpoint wrestling saw a jam-packed week of action come to a close on Saturday.
Do you want access to a hopefully inexpensive test similar to a pregnancy test that could tell you quickly whether you or someone you want to see is infectious for COVID?
Wearing a mask allows you to breathe heated, moist air and helps protect your throat from drying out.
Had a bad day.
The Sandpoint Future sixth grade boys basketball team went undefeated at the Christmas Jamboree on Dec. 23 in Troy, Idaho.
We could all use some adult leadership. No joke.
The failure to seek out the truth and to demand it from others has only two possible outcomes. You either become an irrelevance or find yourself being led by the nose to attack the Capitol.
If Russ Fulcher was an honorable man, he would have not accepted his primary election victory because it was illegitimate, and would not have participated in the general election.
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