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Vote on disputed parcel nixed
There won't be an advisory vote on what to do with a piece of county land adjacent to the fairgrounds after all....
Input sessions set on math curriculum
Community members are invited to give input on the Lake Pend Oreille School District's proposed new K-5 math curriculum, Eureka Math Squared. Meetings are...
All roads posted with weight limits
All of the county's road either are posted with road weight limits or will be in the near future, Bonner County Road and Bridge officials said Thursday.
Prosecutor: Public comments protected speech
While Bonner County commissioners can remove those they feel are being disruptive from their meetings, it isn't something he would recommend, Bonner County P...
Hayden redlines tattoo shop
The Hayden City Council denied an appeal by Voltage Tattoos owner Miranda Wise that would have let her keep her tattoo business open in the Central Business ...
ITA course teaches backpacking basics
Idaho Trails Association will host a free, three-hour class on April 13 from 6-9 p.m. about backpacking for beginners and seasoned hikers alike.
DMV office closing early today
DMV officials said the office will close at 2:30 Thursday, March 23, so that employees can attend the event.
Festival announces poster contest winners
They'd received so many submissions in the summer music series' first fine arts poster contest, The Festival at Sandpoint picked two winners — one for the fi...
U.S. 95 project set to resume
With a June goal in mind, work on the Lakeshore Drive project is set to resume on Monday, Idaho Transportation Department officials said. As part of the f...
USCGA flotilla seeks new members
The local U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is inviting the community to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
Moon visit helps ease BCRCC tension
Tensions at the Boundary County Republican Central Committee appear to have eased after a visit by Idaho Republican Party chairwoman, Dorothy Moon.
NIC seeks to reverse Swayne’s reinstatement
Greg South, Todd Banducci and other leaders at North Idaho College are pushing back against a judge’s order to reinstate President Nick Swayne.
Bonner County updates voter rolls
Just shy of 880 people were moved from the county's voter rolls as Bonner County joined the rest of the state in completing a biennial review of Idaho's vote...
Road limits continue in county
Most of the county's roads are posted with weight limit restrictions. As a reminder, a red flag or no flag on the sign indicates weight limits are in effe...
Disputed parcel's use headed to voters
After approving a measure to ask voters how a disputed parcel of land near the Bonner County Fairgrounds should be used, commissioners voted to rescind its e...
McTeacher's Night delivers a fun-draiser
Tuesday, Kootenai Elementary students got to have it their way. And that meant seeing their teachers hard at work taking orders, bussing tables, and selli...