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The bill's tumultuous path through the Idaho House and Senate this week now goes to Gov. Little for consideration.
The latest novel coronavirus numbers from the region, state and country.
The outing will take place Saturday, May 8.
Wednesday's demonstration highlights a months-long investigation a teacher's supporters say is an unfair decision.
Officials are encouraging the county’s resident to learn and get to know about the closed fire season, burn permits and how to burn safely.
Legislation that curbs Republican Gov. Brad Little's authority during declared emergencies such as the coronavirus pandemic is headed to the governor's desk.
Students are learning coding, robotics, 3D printing and claymation among other activities held at the school
Jake Owen will perform at the Festival at Sandpoint on Friday, July 30.
All debris burns and burning without a Washington Department of Natural Resources permit are prohibited in Pend Oreille County.
The project is suspended until the U.S. Forest Service meets requirements set by the court, including revisiting its claim that the entire project area is wi...
Information about the levy is available on the district’s website, sd83.org/levy_facts
With HB 387 now on its way to the Governor's desk for signature, one of the key appropriations keeping lawmakers from adjourning has cleared.
While encouraged, masks will no longer be required
Weight restrictions remain on a few roads in the county
Priest River's DMV hours announced