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A young Selle Valley Carden School shows his science fair project.
One. One, two. One , two, four. One, two, four, duck. One, two, four, duck, three. Whaaaat? Is this some kind of secret code?
To me, North Idaho is as good as it can get as a place to live.
If you think you need a sawmill, how do you get one? Priest River did it in 1910 by organizing a club and then putting up $1,500 of the town’s money as an in...
Menopause is that season of life where hormonal changes can lead to uneven skin tone, changes in skin texture, including dryness. It’s a time when your skin ...
If you have a pet, you’ve likely experienced this: You’re upset or stressed, but snuggling with your dog makes you feel better. Or, you get home after a long...
I’m all for turning the page on the year 2020. I am hoping that it was not merely a symbolic shift at midnight December 31 into 2021.
It’s been a crazy year for everyone and this month we think it’s appropriate to take time to appreciate what we love about our Schweitzer family.
Tile has always been one of Nikki Luttmann's favorite design elements.
Longtime historian Bob Gunter spent his life diving into history, capturing the people and places of the community, highlighting what made it special. Bob's ...
The Bonner County Cattlewomen and Cattlemen are pleased to announce that they will again be offering a $1,000 scholarship.
If you are feeling poorly, waiting for the results of a COVID-19 test, or have any cold or flu symptoms, let the library bring your materials to you via curbside pickup.
Selkirk Association of Realtors is now accepting applications for grant awards to be given in June.
A look at the events, activities and meetings taking place around Bonner County.
Jack and Rene (Kohal) Ames are celebrating their 70th wedding anniversary today.