Sunday, May 09, 2021


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Sandpoint native earns recognition for debut album, ‘Cycle’

Despite Sam Tru’s relative newness to the music scene, her debut “Cycle” made it onto the nominating list for se...

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Property tax relief? HB 389 says it provides that

The bill's tumultuous path through the Idaho House and Senate this week now goes to Gov. Little for consideration.

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Safeway now offering walk-in COVID vaccines

Sandpoint Safeway is offering Moderna and J&J vaccines, a Safeway representative said

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COVID-19 Information - May 8, 2021

The latest novel coronavirus numbers from the region, state and country.

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Lawsuit challenges Idaho's new ballot initiative process

Two groups filed a lawsuit Friday challenging the state's new law making it more difficult to get voter initiatives on ballots.

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Groups plan lawsuit over marina project

Conservation groups filed formal notice they to sue over a proposed housing development and marina project.

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Farmers Market back in Farmin Park

The farmers market operates Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., and Wednesdays, 3-5:30 p.m.

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North Idaho Now podcast Episode 28: Headlines from 5/5 thru 5/7

In this episode of the North Idaho Now Podcast, Chanse Watson and Madison Hardy go over the latest news coming out of the Coeur'd Alene/Post Falls Press, the...

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Council denies group parade permit for July 4

The council voted 4-2 to deny a permit application by Sandpoint Independence Day, Inc., in favor of the Sandpoint Lions Club application

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Community center hosts yoga, art classes

Yoga classes are $15 for all three classes or $8 per class, and art classes are $5 per class.

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Sandpoint musician releases EP today

Songs include “Throw Me In,” “Octopus Lady” and “Sail From This Life”

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From boards to bond, election has it all

This election has a lot going on — from seats up for vote of various district boards to a school levy to a vote on a solid waste bond measure.

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Fire crews attack Lee Fire

An initial attack is underway on the Lee Fire near Coolin.

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NIC hosting virtual Mother's Day concert

Community invited to enjoy virtual Mother’s Day concert, May 12 musical showcase.

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Waiting game begins for potential vetoes from Idaho governor

Idaho lawmakers have started their waiting game

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Crews respond to fire near Coolin

The Lee Fire has burned about 10 acres