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Montanans applaud new Kootenai National Forest Plan

Local miners, outfitters, and outdoor enthusiasts applauded the release of a new Forest Plan for the Kootenai National Forest, which pledges to conserve some of ... Full story

A Rendezvous with Energy

A story of today's teens ... Full story


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

Clark Fork Alumni Tournament

Twenty-six years and counting, Clark Fork High School alumni return for fun. ... Full story

Follies for a Good Cause

The 11th annual production of the Follies debuts on the Panida Stage March 8 ... Full story

The Year in Review and the Year to Come

January, 2013 and here we sit, despite the (hopes?) that so many placed on the calendar of the Maya, who, they might have noticed, apparently ... Full story

What Will Winter Bring?

“La Nada” Leaves Winter Weather Forecasting in the Lurch ... Full story

A Win for Bull Trout in Montana's Supreme Court

Court voids 'key permit' for Rock Creek Mine ... Full story

A Short Tour of Sandpoint's Bypass

It's open... so what's it like? ... Full story

Take a Walking Tour of Sandpoint

Young entrepreneur offers up a slice of history ... Full story

The Play's the Thing

Treachery and Revenge Takes Center Stage in Heron as Montana Shakespeare in the Parks Performs “Hamlet” ... Full story

So What are Those Numbers?

The Festival at Sandpoint Line Policy explained ... Full story

A North Idaho Betrayal?

Lakeshore Logging in Farragut State Park ... Full story

One Strike, But Lots of RBIs

Clark Fork is determined to have a softball team and a field to play on ... Full story

A Remodeling Nightmare

Paul Rechnitzer examines the Bonner County courthouse remodel ... Full story

Hear The Whistle Blowin'

Will Asia’s desire for Powder River Basin Coal Impact North Idaho? A report from Lake Pend Oreille Waterkeeper ... Full story

Rain Rain, Go Away

A wet spring spells bad news for area roadways ... Full story

Red-Headed Stepchildren of Sanders County

Clark Fork Valley Hospital Announces Closure of Bull River Clinic ... Full story

Clark Fork Community Computer Lab Now Open

Computers with internet access available to community at no charge. ... Full story

You're Invited!

To Gail Fendley's annual party. Bring your checkbook. ... Full story

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Diane Williams

Diane Williams is the Executive Director of the Tri-State Water Quality Council