Category: Opinion

Opinion

Education: the road to prosperity

By Shelby Rognstad
Reader Contributor

Mayor Shelby Rognstad.

Last week the city co-hosted the first ever Manufacturer’s Summit here in Sandpoint. Roughly 40 business leaders from the region gathered with …

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The LPOSD supplemental levy:

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Staff

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles related to the upcoming March 14 vote on the Lake Pend Oreille supplemental levy.

Letters

  • Vote For McAlister, Howlett, Meyers and Chilcott&#… Dear Editor, Nov. 8 is a very important day for the future of our country and our Idaho legislative districts 1 and 7. If you believe in and support public education, VOTE McALISTER, HOWLETT, MEYERS and CHILCOTT. If you believe in and support public infrastructure, VOTE McALISTER, HOWLETT, MEYERS and CHILCOTT. If you ...
  • Scott Has To Go… Dear Editor, Heather Scott, our representative for Idaho House district 1A, has got to go. She is not a conservative. Though I do not agree with conservatives on most issues I do confess that there is such thing as a practical, compassionate, common sense conservative. Heather Scott has none of these ...
  • Ford For Sheriff… Dear Editor, I am writing in support of democracy. We have an upcoming election which should be carefully considered. It is the election for Sheriff of Bonner County. I support Terry Ford as an unaffiliated write-in candidate for this position and here is a list of why I feel compelled to tell ...
  • Vote For Kate… Dear Editor, I have heard about Kate McAlister for years—about her great work with the Chamber of Commerce, her passion for great education, serving on the board of the Forrest Bird Charter School and her work with Angels Over Sandpoint. Every person I talked with had great words for Kate’s involvement ...
  • Dissension Obnoxious… Dear Editor, Jodi Rawson’s Sept. 29 letter to the editor took issue with my letters directed at Ben Olson. She stated “…the dissension is becoming a bore”. What she really meant to say is “the dissension has become obnoxious.” If Olson, like Trump, wasn’t such an overweening person and had just retracted ...