Flashback to February
CFHS basketball teams reflect on 2023 IDHSAA 1A DII state championship
A reflection from the Clark Fork basketball teams that competed at the 2023 IDHSAA 1A DII state championship in February.
Public NIC meeting canceled
North Idaho College trustees canceled the public portion of a special meeting Tuesday afternoon that had been announced about six hours prior.
Study: Festival adds millions to economy
Despite bigger costs, bigger concerts and a pandemic, the Festival at Sandpoint continues to have a huge economic impact in the region. A study, released by the Festival at Sandpoint this week, found the summer music series has a conservative direct economic impact of $3.8 million in the county. In addition, the study found the Festival generates over $233,000 in city, county, and state taxes and creates the equivalent of 37 full-time jobs throughout Sandpoint.
Hiking and clean up with 'Friends'
Want to spend some time out on the trails this summer? Friends of Scotchman Peak Wilderness has a few ideas on how you can do that — and improve local trails at the same time.
Road project attracts interest, questions
When will the entire Division Corridor project be done and what is a lateral shift? Those were the two biggest questions that came up during a pair of open house events Wednesday held by the city of Sandpoint to gather input on the project. With the road home to everything from schools to senior living facilities, Division has become a major pedestrian hub. And, since the roadway is also the city's designated truck route, the number of conflicts — and safety concerns — have grown in recent years.
Bonner County Calendar - March 30, 2023
A look at the events, activities, and meetings taking place around Bonner County, from Sandpoint to Cocolalla, from Priest River to Ponderay, and from Clark Fork to Dover.
Dale Lowell Darling, 90
Dale Lowell Darling, 90, passed away on Sunday, March 26, 2023, in Sandpoint, Idaho.
Kenneth (Ken) Blood, 78
Kenneth (Ken) Blood, 78, passed away on March 23, 2023.
Bonner County History - March 30, 2023
Bonner County Historical Society and Museum shares interesting stories of the community's people, places, and events.
Local government and county residents
County Conversations is a regular column on participation and county government by county officials.
One thing we don't need? More studies
From the front page of the Bonner County Daily Bee, Oct. 19, 1995, when mayoral and council candidates were addressing the issues facing the city: Several called for a return to basics in city government, saying things had become too complicated and more attention had to be paid to what residents wanted in their city government.
How can you trust public officials these days?
I took a couple of weeks of vacation and the impossible occurred. That's right, I agreed with both Carrie Logan and Lee Santa. Just prior to admitting myself for an MRI of my brain, I reread them and by golly, I still agree.
Best Shot - March 30, 2023
Great photos shared by the many talented photographers in the Bonner County community.
Kid Weather - March 30, 2023
Today's weather forecast as drawn by Bonner County's talented young artists.
Book sale is Saturday
Right on time, spring has sprung and the Friends of the Library's April sale is approaching. The monthly sale will be held Saturday, April 1, at the Sandpoint Library, 407 Cedar St. The sale begins at 10 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m.
Sandpoint boys lacrosse rout Logos in first game of the season
Sandpoint boys lacrosse has a near perfect start to their 2023 campaign.