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For more than a decade now, home to the Music Conservatory of Sandpoint and the Pend d’Oreille Arts Council, the downtown building’s role has had much less to do with putting out fires and much more to do with sparking creativity.
Rachel A. Dunn, 18, was taken by air to Kootenai Health following the crash, which occurred just after 6 p.m. Tuesday, according to a news release
BOISE – U.S. officials say the nose landing gear on some aircraft built in Idaho and flown all over the world could fail and cause the 10-seat aircraft to overturn on landings or takeoffs.
The Idaho Club now has both – a gorgeous clubhouse to go with the picturesque but challenging Jack Nicklaus-designed course.
While demonstrators and armed people have peacefully coexisted on the streets of Coeur d’Alene and Sandpoint, there are public rumblings that the presence of both may be heightening the tension for people who are just now emerging from stay-home orders.
Charley’s Grill & Spirits and the Spokane Symphony are kicking off grilling season with a grill-and-serve dinner of marinated chicken skewers, Caesar salad, garlic herb potato foil pack and Texas toast to benefit the symphony.
When Annika Hinds decided to redo her little sister’s bedroom during the pandemic, she found a surprise under the carpet: 50-year-old Spokesman-Review newspapers. And then she was surprised again: video of her discovery went viral.
Kochava, founded in Sandpoint in 2011, is releasing some of the data it collects for digital marketing to people interested in mapping the spread of the highly contagious virus, as more and more governments issued stay-home orders. Charles Manning, founder and CEO, said the data is “aggregated and anonymized” to avoid people using the data for profit.
After Sandpoint Chocolate Bear was destroyed in a fire earlier this year, owners Dennis and Carrie Powell saw potential to rebuild and grow their business in Spokane Valley.
Robby Meyer said he was surprised when the family dog took a liking to Copper. The chestnut-colored bunny was a birthday gift for Meyer’s 5-year-old daughter.
A windstorm blowing through the region could cause power outages and unsafe travel conditions just before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Leo W. Welke, 28, of Priest River, Idaho was struck by a driver from Spokane Valley and died at the hospital Sunday evening.
Alan A. Ropp, 44, of Sandpoint, was pronounced dead at the scene of a crash on Highway 2 in Dover Tuesday afternoon that was caused when a Nissan pickup truck, driven by Carson T. McCormick, 20, of Sandpoint, rear-ended Ropp’s eastbound Mercedes-Benz van, pushing the vehicle into oncoming traffic.
An 8-year-old Idaho girl obliterated a state catch-and-release record last month while fishing with her family at Lake Pend Oreille.
Kyle Perry represents the kind of well-rounded student-athlete a state school like the University of Idaho gets when its recruiting is on its game. He is not merely a Vandal, but an Idaho Vandal, a product of his state.
The University of Idaho received approval from the State Board of Education Thursday to sell a 75-acre parcel of land in Sandpoint that has gone unused for more than a decade. The property will be sold to developer Tim McDonnell for $4 million, according to board documents.
Post Falls and Sandpoint put on an offensive show in the first half. The Trojans’ defense stole the show in the second half as host Post Falls outlasted the Bulldogs 49-28 in the season opener for both teams Friday night.
There are only three teams in the 4A Inland Empire League, but that doesn’t make projecting the eventual champion any easier.
Friday evening was a night of at least two firsts: the Festival at Sandpoint and, well, traveling to the popular resort enclave of less than 8,000 on the shoreline of Lake Pend Oreille in neighboring Idaho. The easy, 90-minute drive through mountains and valleys was for the headliner concert by the Avett Brothers.
“We speak as if we are not one body, though we are,” Seth Avett writes. “We judge as if we don’t value the judgment of others upon us, though we do. We forget to put our feet into the shoes of our neighbor and curse them for making the same ancient mistake.”