Trish Gannon

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Gardening tips from the experts ... Full story

Some Like it Hot!

Vegetables for hot weather - so Get Growing! ... Full story

Antiques in the Orchard

Terry and Carole Chowning moved back to Clark Fork in 2006, purchasing the home that Carol spent her teenage years in, right across the highway ... Full story

Down on the Farm

Originally from Idaho, Merry Brown-Hayes and her husband Tony followed the path of so many young people here, by leaving the area to “make a ... Full story

Mediation to Resolve Disputes

When Barb Perusse moved to Sandpoint from Kansas City, Missouri back in 1999, she was burnt out from her job as a child abuse investigator ... Full story

Solar Roadways Opens Demo Parking Lot

It was back in April, 2007 when The River Journal first introduced readers to Sagle’s Scott and Julie Brusaw, and their little dream to pave ... Full story

New Ponderay Pet Shop Serves as Outlet for Shelter

It’s been years since the animal shelter serving Bonner County determined to go the no-kill route and find homes for all the unwanted dogs and ... Full story

It's Time for Hummingbirds

How you can attract these bright messengers of spring to your yard ... Full story

We're Back

Despite what some people thought (including some of us), the River Journal returns with the sun ... Full story

Jennifer Pollard is Looking for a Chance

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