Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005
Sandpoint Magazine

Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005

Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine

  • A genuine Wild West character: Woman had career performing with The Cisco Kid
  • Dr. Bird, the inventor’s inventor opens museum combining his loves: invention and aviation
  • Panhandle Alliance for Education Serving up opportunities for schools
  • She puts our little corner of the world on a map
  • Remembering Sundance 40 years later
  • Founding father David Thompson honored
  • The mural artist strikes again: Paints the town of Priest River
  • Miracle at Memorial Field
  • It pays to go to the dogs: Local dude wins $10,000 from AFV
  • Caught on tape: Girl documents family life
  • A triathlete’s mission: Smith aims for Olympic glory
  • He keeps time-honored profession alive
  • Agritourism turns tradition to tourism innovation
  • Country store puts out a country newspaper
  • A taste of history
  • Teens don’t mince words at Poetry Slam


Bill Mitchell, political cartoonist

Natives & Newcomers

Real Estate

Travel Planner


Eats & Drinks
Special section with dining reviews on restaurants in the Sandpoint area



Festival at Sandpoint
Cover story: Musical milestone, 25 years of music under the stars. plus: Sold out shows, Festival-goer’s guide, season calendar and poster artists

Ponderettes and Pie
Excerpt from Marianne Love’s new book, ‘Lessons with Love’

Measuring Change
”Who are we now? ” follows up a decade-ago story. Plus: Sandpointís boom brings challenges

Mountain Biking
Around the big lake in four days. Plus: Pend Oreille Pedalers bike club and other great rides

In the printed magazine, you’ll also find these features:

Accidental Artists
Three artists discovered natural inclinations somewhere along their life journeys

Di Luna’s
Twice-monthly dinner concerts bring great music to town

Lots of celebrations for Bonner County’s 100th birthday

Pend d’Oreille Winery
Creating art in a bottle for 12 years now. plus: Events, live music and wine

All Wet
Photo essay featuring five-plus pages of images demonstrating how to cool off in summer

Scootiní Sisters MC
The common bond of sisterhood and a passion for motorcycles drives this club

Cedar Street Bridge
This distinctive landmark reopens and returns to its roots as a public market

Scotchman Peaks
See the splendor for yourself: Go hiking with the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness

Riverside Rocks
Discover six routes on a cliff alongside the Pend Oreille River in this excerpt from ‘Climber’s Guide to North Idaho’

Long Bridge Swim
How it got started and how itís grown into one of the countryís largest open-water swim events and now, this year, the U.S. Masters Swimming Association championship

StoneRidge Know-How
After 35 years playing this course, old-timer Harold ‘Pink’ Pinkham has some advice for fellow golfers

College Town
Sandpoint is destined to have a university campus

Excerpt from Becky Kemery’s new book. plus: Two local families who live in the round

Lion Ridge: Last Page
A hiker comes across a band of mountain goats high in the Selkirk Mountains

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Summer 2007 Volume 17, No. 2

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