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Strong Feelings on All Sides About Hunting Wolves

One side wants to kill wolves, one to protect; they both think the agency charged with managing Idaho's wolves is on the wrong track. ... Full story

Novel H1N1 and the Arrival of Flu Season

Flu typically gets a boost when school starts back in session... swine flu is no different. ... Full story

Restoring the Kootenai River

Tribe develops a master plan. Written by Kristin James ... Full story

Redneck Lobstering

When fishing means finding the King of Crawdads ... Full story

Scammed by the State?

Insurance offered by Idaho colleges "not the best policy" for all ... Full story

Festival Going Green

With 20,000 people on Memorial Field over the two-week Festival at Sandpoint, Ellen's Army is hoping to set a precedent for garbage ... Full story

Live Blogging from the Festival at Sandpoint

The River Journal and the Festival Information Booth give you a first-hand look at the area's hottest music festival ... Full story

Permaculture Film August 11 at the Sandpoint Library

The Sandpoint Transition Initiative will present "Farming with Nature" about successful high altitude permaculture design at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, August 11, free, coffee and tea provided. BYOM (Bring Your Own Mug). ... Full story

A Wake Up Call for the City of Sandpoint?

A look at the fluoridation of city drinking water ... Full story

Fast and Furious

Although it's rare, moose will attack when they feel threatened. Just ask Drewe Dickson, who was knocked unconscious by a moose in her yard. ... Full story

Historic Beardmore Block in Priest River, Idaho, Wins National Award

Great-grandson of Charles Beardmore reconstructs building to meet LEED Gold certification ... Full story

Giving up too much of a good thing?

Planned land exchange concerns some area residents ... Full story

From Humble Beginnings

Volunteers grow a fire department ... Full story

Opening Doors

Festival remains committed to supporting local musicians ... Full story

Keen to Play

Now out of school, 19-year-old Matt Keen to kick off his music career as an opening act at the Festival at Sandpoint ... Full story

So It's a Pandemic - Now What?

Website exclusive - WHO names Swine Flu a Level 6 pandemic. Has anything changed? ... Full story

Living Off the Grid

A report from one who does ... Full story

The Proof is in the Pudding

Madelen Rowe retires as a kindergarten teacher as her first local kindergarten class graduates high school ... Full story

Super Senior

Stumpjumper Keith Clyde gets his first trophy. (Co-written by Keith Clyde) ... Full story

The Man Behind the Name

Who was Jaime Packer and why is there an activities center named after him? ... Full story

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