By Cameron Rasmusson
North Idaho residents have a chance to get up to speed on the issues at a series of town halls with U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo.
On April 2, the senator will hold meetings at Kootenai City Hall in Kootenai and Dover City Hall in Dover.
Locals will have a second chance to check in with Crapo when he hosts another town hall at the Columbia Bank building on Oct. 9.
Crapo’s focus is on hitting Idaho’s unincorporated cities after hosting more than 200 town halls in incorporated cities.
While we have you ...
... if you appreciate that access to the news, opinion, humor, entertainment and cultural reporting in the Sandpoint Reader is freely available in our print newspaper as well as here on our website, we have a favor to ask. The Reader is locally owned and free of the large corporate, big-money influence that affects so much of the media today. We're supported entirely by our valued advertisers and readers. We're committed to continued free access to our paper and our website here with NO PAYWALL - period. But of course, it does cost money to produce the Reader. If you're a reader who appreciates the value of an independent, local news source, we hope you'll consider a voluntary contribution. You can help support the Reader for as little as $1.
You can contribute at either Paypal or Patreon.Contribute at Patreon Contribute at Paypal