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More Summer Hikes

Hiking opportunities with the Idaho Conservation League ... Full story

New Local Books Available

Sanders Co, Montana and Sandpoint, Idaho inspire two new offerings about this area ... Full story

Certifiably Wild

Certifying your property as wildlife habitation benefits both you and the planet ... Full story

An Inch at a Time

Public art continues to grow in the Sandpoint area ... Full story

More Kudos for Clark Fork

Dawn Schatz reports that Clark Fork High School is Gearing Up ... Full story

Wired Espresso

Kathleen Huntley writes about a Noxon 13-year-old's excursion into capitalism ... Full story

Boundary County Democrats Gearing Up for Office

Has Boundary County been Republican so long it hurts? ... Full story

Finding Joy Again

Bonner Community Hospice provides a kids' grief camp ... Full story

Yard Sale Fundraiser Planned

Panhandle State Bank fundraiser to benefit Sandpoint's Head Start program ... Full story

Yoga Town

Free yoga classes offered in Sandpoint ... Full story

Lovin' the Mud

Balancing ATVs and nature ... Full story

Who you gonna choose?

Republicans have almost a half dozen candidates to choose from in their primary election for sheriff ... Full story

A Sense of Accomplishment and Satisfaction

Rewards are great for both parents and kids when you step up to the plate to be a foster parent. ... Full story

Sandpoint Little League Begins

Bats are cracking and Blues are calling as little league kicks off in Sandpoint ... Full story

Summer Hikes and Photo Contest

Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness announce their summer hike schedule, and a contest for shutterbugs. ... Full story

Resource for Landowners

Landowners can participate in cost share programs for land management projects ... Full story

Kootenai Encampment Planned by Jack Nisbet

Marking the 200th anniversary of David Thompson's arrival in northern Idaho, a traditional Kootenai encampment at Twin Rivers Canyon Resort is planned. ... Full story

The Green King

Nik Aguirre dies and Desi Aguirre reminds other kids - please buckle up. ... Full story

State Forestry Contest

Annual event continues at the Delay Farm and will be a tribute to Ray ... Full story

Living with Bear by Kim Annis

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks bear specialist Kim Annis talks about how to be "bear aware." ... Full story

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Jinx Beshears

is a southern transplant to North Idaho, and shares her confusion with the Pacific Northwest Lifestyle in her column, Jinxed. When not writing, or living, her outlandish stories, she's generally lost somewhere in the mountains with her dog, Aspen.