Trish Gannon

Jennifer Pollard is Looking for a Chance

This Sandpoint Woman Battling A Rare Disease Can Use Your Help. ... Full story

Accidental Vegan?

Living with chickens ... Full story

Season of the Buzz

Wasps and bees are filling the air ... Full story

What Good's a Cottonwood?

My David has never met a tree he didn’t love. It probably goes back to his first job here in North Idaho. Hanging out in ... Full story

Music Under the Stars

It's not just the Festival anymore ... Full story

A Taste of the Stars

Festival at Sandpoint's wine tasting becomes largest outdoor event in region ... Full story

Boots Reynolds, 1935-2013

Roy “Boots” Reynolds        A lot has been said about Boots Reynolds, but most of it can’t be printed.  One printable comment was made, however, by ... Full story

30-30-30

Area artists plan fundraisers to pay for Fairground improvements ... Full story

Chickens - Not for the Faint of Heart

The first thing you should know about keeping chickens is... they die. ... Full story

Author info

Trish Gannon Trish Gannon Owner and publisher of the River Journal since 2001, Trish works out of Clark Fork on the east end of Bonner County, a place she calls, simply, "the best place in the world to live." Mother of three, grandmother of two and an inveterate volunteer, Trish is usually tired.