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Ice Age Floods Geological Trail

27 March 2002 When the Purcell Glacier, slipping down from Canada, goosed the Clark Fork River with a thumb of ice, a 400,000 cubic acre lake ... Full story

Can We Make it Happen?

Downtown Sandpoint Revitalization ... Full story

Kinderhaven Gets a Tax Break

As SHS students watch a bill become law ... Full story

The Many Faces of HIV

April 10, 2002 with Linda Michal In the early 1980s when AIDS was first identified as a disease and epidemic, the look of the infected people was ... Full story

Blazing Trails for Bikes

Schweitzer makes new improvements for mountain biking fans ... Full story

Thirty-three and Counting

A birthday for Toby's Tavern ... Full story

They Built it and They Came

Library District asks for a continuing levy ... Full story

Can Tourism Improve Sanders County?

Travel Montana helps the county assess the benefits of tourism ... Full story

The Hatchet Men

Opposition to timber cutting is not environmentalism ... Full story

$77,369,297

The cost of reclamation ... Full story

It's Levy Season

Boundary County says Yes; will Bonner? ... Full story

A Grand Old Building

The Panida Theater turns 75 ... Full story

The Hardest Job

Taking on the Difficult Task of Researching Water Massage ... Full story

Sanders County 4-H Youth "Speak" Out

March 27, 2002 by John Halpop, MSU Extension Service Over the course the past three weekends, nearly 130 Sanders County4-H members participated in the demonstration/public speaking program. ... Full story

The March Toward Main Street

    As promised, the Sandpoint Business Association (SBA) has stepped off in the New Year with the first of many opportunities for direct feedback on ... Full story

Will They Ever Mine in Rock Creek?

Mary Mitchell and Doug Helms offer opinions ... Full story

Fail Until You Succeed

Former queen of the mountain Nancy Holland is now the queen of motivation ... Full story

105 Years of Cabin Memories

When my wife and I bought our house and acreage between East Hope and Clark Fork last year, it came with an intriguing no-cost extra: ... Full story

Bringing History to Life

A group of local students are creating what never was– a history of Bayviews’s Farragut Naval Training Station ... Full story

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