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The 2021 legislative session looks like it may be one for the record books.
The effort ought to be made to gather as much information as possible when forming our opinions, as opposed to solely relying on the first piece of informati...
The annual county fair is a time-honored event here in Bonner County. In recent years we have been making some changes, additions, and improvements at the fairgrounds.
Legislators have been busy meeting the new House and Senate members, attending committee meetings, and drafting their proposed legislation.
Since our nation’s Capitol was stormed by self-described patriots on Jan. 6, however, it has become clear to me that we are a nation at the brink of civil wa...
What if Martin Luther King Jr. was here today — and asked to appear on one of the day-long news channels to comment on the events of January 6? What would he say?
Your northern Idaho legislators have gone south for the winter again. Representative Sage Dixon, Representative Heather Scott, and Senator Jim Woodward arriv...
Open letter to fellow Americans.
Once again the Bonner County Road Department is confronting a peculiar phenomenon – we are having some unusual winter weather!
Parents and educators hear a lot about how important it is for our young students to be able to read at an early age. Studies show that children still strugg...
Workshop will improve understanding of Idaho open meeting laws.
According to the American Cancer Society, pancreatic cancer has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers, with an overall 5-year survival rate of 9%.
The Tom Mueller story shows why education is so important to both an individual’s future, but also Idaho’s future. His story is also why it’s so disconcertin...
Sandpoint Mayor Shelby Rognstad reflects on what he is grateful for this holiday season.
Idaho Teachers of the Year have written an open letter to the state's school districts, state leadership, and communities.
There is an ugliness out there that we can overcome only by uniting around the true enemy – the virus, not each other, says Idaho Gov. Brad Little