Sandhill crane and swan tags available August 1 By Brian Pearson, Conservation Public Information Specialist Monday, July 27, 2020 - 9:33 AM MDT Hunters are reminded that Sandhill crane tags and swan tags will be available first-come, first-served starting at 10 a.m....
Sandpoint Property Management has earned a reputation for integrity, responsibility and service. As Sandpoint’s largest property management company, our knowledge and experience with the local rental market will provide you the quality service you expect.
Try this sometime, go outside and unplug yourself from the phone the internet. the rest of the world. Just sit down in your out door chair. Look up at the sky and see the trees for what they are. We're so used to living in a world plugged into the internet with all...
This was such a hard decision but the right one. We will be closed for the next two weeks or as long as it takes to be safe to open again. Our customers well being is the most important. Please stay healthy & safe out there friends, thank you for your support ❤️
Mayor Shelby Rognstad
Now is the time to support downtown businesses. You can call in or order a gift certificate online.
Bonner General Health Emergency Department’s Dr. Hans Hurt gives a real perspective on the COVID-19 novel coronavirus and what to expect in the coming weeks.
As of 4:00pm today, March 19th, all tests completed at Bonner General Health for COVID-19 have come back negative. There are no confirmed cases in Bonner County.
[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E08Q4CQEjM4[/embedyt] La Chic Boutique was created by Wonder Woman Justine Murray. Our store began as a little consignment shop inside of Foster's Crossing in Sandpoint, Idaho. In 2013, La Chic expanded into a storefront in...
The Salish Tribes, specifically the Kalispel and the Kootenai built encampments on the shore of Lake Pend Oreille every summer, fished, made baskets of cedar, and collected huckleberries before returning to either Montana or Washington in the fall. The encampments ended before 1930.