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  • Panida seeks new managing director By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey Reader Staff After just more than a year as managing director of the Panida Theater, Veronica Knowlton is stepping ...
  • Layers of fairgrounds investigation unfurl in public records By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey Reader Staff It’s been just over a week since Bonner County Prosecuting Attorney Louis Marshall, Bonner County Sheriff Daryl ...
  • A talk in the park(ing lot) By Zach Hagadone Reader Staff Sandpoint city councilors unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding Nov. 16 with the Sandpoint Urban Renewal Agency ...
  • Camp Bay Road vacation to be heard for third time Dec. 19 By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey Reader Staff Bonner County commissioners will once again hear an application from developer M3 ID Camp Bay, LLC to ...
  • City provides update on James E. Russell Sports Center By Zach Hagadone Reader Staff Sandpoint City Administrator Jennifer Stapleton and Parks Planning and Development Manager Maeve Nevins-Lavtar provided City Council with ...
  • The hidden homeless By Ben Olson Reader Staff The word “paradise” is often tossed around to describe towns like Sandpoint. But scratch beneath the surface ...
  • BoCo Fairgrounds under investigation By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey and Zach Hagadone Reader Staff An investigation into “the potential misuse of public funds” at the Bonner County Fairgrounds is ...
  • The fair must go on By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey Reader Staff The Bonner County Fair Board met for its regular business meeting Nov. 8, receiving updates from departments ...


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