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The Sandpoint Financial and Technical Center

The building's inner beauty is the best part of the story. With a sidebar on balloons ... Full story

Heron Puts on "That Scottish Play"

MacBeth and Alls Well that Ends Well playing locally with Shakespeare in the Parks ... Full story

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Mountain Stove and Spa ... Full story

Golf as a Way of Life?

A development proposal in Priest River raises concerns about roads and water ... Full story

Who's Got Your Money?

No matter what you moved here for, you can feel good that our local banks are safe. Story by Andrew Garvey w/Trish Gannon ... Full story

A Marina Full of Unique Stories

Wooden Boat Show a touch of craftsmanship in these days of fiberglass ... Full story

Walking Tall

Trails on the Lower Clark Fork ... Full story

Scholarship Golf Tourney Huge Success

Fourth year for Ivano's tournament is better than ever ... Full story

Veterans Set to Invade Sandpoint

Bonner County hosts its first ever Stand Down for veterans. Your help is needed! ... Full story

Bluegrass in the Valley

The Kootenai River Valley hosts a bluegrass festival they hope will be the first of many ... Full story

Three Barrels, Two Hearts, One Dream

Area barrel racing association continues to grow ... Full story

The Not-So-Common Loon

Just how prevalent is this elusive bird in our area? ... Full story

An Alternative to Poison for Milfoil

Tri-State Water Quality Council grant will help shoreline landowners deal with Eurasian Milfoil without the use of pesticides ... Full story

A Perfect Day for a Perfect Cause

Ivano's raises more money, and gives out more scholarships ... Full story

Homegrown and Homemade with Love

Hope Farmer's Market opens with a resurgence of interest ... Full story

Lessons from the K&K

Clint Nicholson writes about his first Derby and thoughts on the effort to preserve our fishery ... Full story

Other Markets Also Open

Farmer's Markets are also open in Sandpoint, and opening in Thompson Falls ... Full story

A Seat in the House

Idaho has problems with the Federal Lands Recreation Act ... Full story

Scholarship Golf Tourney Huge Success

Tourney raises $15,000 and, except for mosquitoes, might have been played in heaven. ... Full story

Blue Creek Retreat

An Event Center on the Other Side of Ordinary ... Full story

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Desire Aguirre

Desire Aguirre

lives in Sandpoint with her daughter, DaNae, and numerous pets. An LCSC student, she plans on graduating May, 2009, with a bachelors in communication. Her favorite sport is riding her horse, Splash-of-Paint, into the wilderness with Cholo, her son's faithful dog.