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  • City seeking applicants for new Arts, Culture and Historic Preservation Commission By Zach Hagadone Reader Staff Applications to serve on the newly created Sandpoint Arts, Culture and Historic Preservation Commission are being accepted ...
  • Register cars bought in Idaho online By Reader Staff The Idaho Transportation Department’s Division of Motor Vehicles is adding another option to its online DMV services: Idahoans ...
  • Carpenter sentenced in Ramey killing By Lyndsie Kiebert Reader Staff Judith M. Carpenter pled guilty to second-degree murder on May 25, putting an end to nearly two ...
  • COVID vaccines prove effective By Reader Staff It’s been almost a month since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that people who are ...
  • To sell or not to sell By Ben Olson Reader Staff About 35 people attended the Panida Theater’s Town Hall meeting June 7, where board members took the ...
  • BoCo moves forward with $8.7 million solid waste loan By Lyndsie Kiebert Reader Staff Bonner County Solid Waste Director Bob Howard received official approval from the board of commissioners June 1 ...
  • Clash at the top By Lyndsie Kiebert Reader Staff Idaho has seen no shortage of news at the intersection of politics and the pandemic, between endless ...
  • Two for two By Zach Hagadone and Lyndsie Kiebert Reader Staff It’s been a long-simmering conflict over the Festival at Sandpoint’s no-weapons policy — first bubbling ...


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