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Over half of idaho students without computers heading into the school year
SANDPOINT — Two weeks ago, Decision Support Partners, Inc. President Surale Phillips asked members of the Arts Commission to identify the community’s top fiv...
No gray area or flexibility, says President Rick MacLennan; multiple off-campus instruction options available
Some things will change, and some things will stay the same as Pend Oreille Arts Council’s 48th annual Arts and Crafts Fair fills the streets of downtown San...
Idaho hunters are now able to purchase swan tags. The tags went on sale last week.
The Emerald Creek Garnet Area, administered by the St. Joe Ranger District of the Idaho Panhandle National Forests, will remain closed for the remainder of the 2020 season.
The Snake, Clearwater and Salmon rivers will have a fall chinook season after all.
Students who want to learn in Idaho’s beautiful outdoors will have the chance this fall to enroll in online or in-person classes.
Idaho hunters who planned to buy a second elk or deer tag when non-resident tags go on sale this week to the general public, won’t have the opportunity this year.
Avista has made its annual Power Cost Adjustment and Residential Exchange rate adjustment filings with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission that if approved, are designed to increase overall electric revenues by...
A study from the consumer ratings website Highspeedinternet.com reports that Idaho has some of the slowest internet connectivity in the country.
SANDPOINT — Red, white and blue flags, bandanas and street signs decorated both ends of North First Avenue sidewalks on Saturday afternoon.
SANDPOINT — A second budget workshop took place Wednesday evening, which detailed capital improvement projects for Fiscal Year 2021.
SANDPOINT — A citywide proclamation about the Americans With Disabilities Act was signed on July 26 by Mayor Shelby Rognstad.
Businesses divided on enforcing mask mandate