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Whooping cough on the rise
April 25, 2024 1 a.m.

Whooping cough on the rise

Nineteen cases already in North Idaho

The majority of the cases are among those 0-18 years of age.

Program targets nursing shortage
April 3, 2024 1 a.m.

Program targets nursing shortage

Accelerated training expected to help fill healthcare jobs

Through the program, following completion of prerequisite courses, students with a bachelor's degree in another discipline are eligible to receive an accelerated education and training to become a nurse and receive their Bachelor of Science in nursing.

February 17, 2024 1 a.m.

PHD: N. Idaho family exposed to rabid bat

People, pet receiving treatment for possible exposure

A family and a dog were recently exposed to a rabid bat in Kootenai County, according to Panhandle Health District.

September 15, 2022 3:06 p.m.

Planned outage to impact Blanchard, Oldtown residents

Avista announced in a Sept. 15 press release that about 380 of the utility’s customers will experience a planned power outage from 10 p.m. on Sept. 27 until about 4 a.m. on Sept. 28. Crews with Avista will be performing maintenance on the substation that serves that area, the release said. Traffic control measures will be in place at the time, but no road closures are expected during the maintenance project. Those with questions may contact Avista at 800-227-9187.

September 15, 2022 1 a.m.

BONNER COUNTY HISTORY

Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022

Brought to you by the Bonner County Historical Society and Museum 611 S. Ella Ave., Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864 208-263-2344 50 Years Ago Sandpoint News-Bulletin Sept. 15, 1972 – BENOIT NAMED TO COUNCIL Julian C. “Bud” Benoit was named to the Sandpoint City Council at Monday’s meeting, upon the recommendation of Mayor Lester R. Brown and with the unanimous consent of the council. He will complete Brown’s unexpired council term which ends Dec. 31, 1973. Benoit has served as chairman of the city planning and zoning commission for the past year and is a former Chamber of Commerce president. ●●● N-B BEGINS 70TH YEAR OF PUBLISHING The paper you are reading is a landmark in the history of the Sandpoint News-Bulletin and the area it serves. This issue marks the beginning of the 70th year of continuous publication by the News-Bulletin and its seven antecedent publications.

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