Home | News


When Wildlife is Unwelcome

Yes, there HAVE been a lot of critters in people's backyards ... Full story

It's Not the Goats, It's the Goat Feeders

The Scotchman goats are just a symptom of the real problem ... Full story

Get Your Creative On... Outside

8th Annual Plein Air Paintout for the Friends of Scotchman Peaks ... Full story

Fire Season: The Fat Lady Still Isn't Singing

It's late in the year, but fire season is still not over ... Full story

Is Bonner County Getting Railroaded?

There's fuel to move, so get out of the way ... Full story

Lost and Found

Reuniting missing pets and their owners ... Full story

Following the Code

Communities Respond to Backyard Farming ... Full story

Class is Open

Show off your talents at the county fair! ... 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

Brewer's Blackbird

Spring arrives on the wings of returning birds ... Full story

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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 next last total: 368 | displaying: 1 - 20