- Welp, we made it through April. To celebrate, read the latest issue of the Reader, which dropped today. Find out what type of puzzler you are, learn the basics of Governor Little’s “Idaho Rebounds” economic plan, read a recap of Tuesday night’s candidate forum and learn why, exactly, The Masked Singer is so damn addicting. Find the digital version here.
- Today, Gov. Little held a press conference announcing the end of Idaho’s stay-at-home order and the start of Stage 1 of his Idaho Rebounds plan to gradually reopen businesses. Catch the recap here.
- Is Idaho ready to reopen? Will you venture out more now that the Idaho Rebounds plan has launched? The Idaho Statesman wants to know. Check out their poll here.
- It’s springtime in Idaho, which means baby animals are beginning to populate our lands — including, in some cases, our backyards. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is spreading a PSA to remind people that young animals are better off left alone. Mature animals — whether they be elk or ducks — tend to leave their young in a place they deem secure in order to go off and feed, but then return. Despite good intentions, the best thing you can do for a fawn, calf or duckling is leave it alone. Enjoy its company and observe for a while, but leave it be. Read the whole IDFG release here.
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