Tea Party

If you want to “take back” federal lands, read Idaho’s Constitution

Those who want to sue the federal government over public lands need to brush up on Idaho's founding documents. ... Full story

Californicators

Politically Incorrect as always, Trish talks about newcomers, politics and change ... Full story

Here We Go Again

Is Bonner County government once again flirting with extreme political viewpoints? A look at the Property Rights Council ... Full story

Insurance the Tip of the Nielsen Iceberg

Unrest ensured as commissioner Mike Nielsen goes after after smokers and the “old boy’s network.” What’s his next target? ... Full story

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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.