Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005
Sandpoint Magazine

Sandpoint Magazine Summer 2005


Summer 2005 Sandpoint Magazine

Who, What and Why in Greater Sandpoint
  • Arlis Harvey, friend to errant teens
  • Jim Payne, a Renaissance Huck Finn
  • Stuntwoman, retired: Tash settles into post-Hollywood life
  • Pilot program paves way for DayBreak Center
  • From cowgirl wannabe to Miss Rodeo Idaho: Freya Ford takes the reins in 2009
  • Spiritual growth outgrows building
  • Animal accommodations open
  • Tibetan yaks at home in northern Idaho
  • Bicyclist rides for the kids
  • Hearthside Cocoa a heartwarming business
  • Locals find fame: Compete on television game shows

What’s happening, with POAC calendar and Hot Picks


Photo Essay

  • The Joy of Winter

Real Estate

  • Small is Beautiful: Home-building trend driven by lifestyle preferences
  • It Takes a Village to Build a Home: Twentysomethings set the example Plus: More twentysomethings prove home ownership possible
  • Extreme Makeover: Sandpoint’s Fifth Avenue gets a facelift
  • Neighborly Neighbors: How neighbors are doing better, together
  • Marketwatch: Realtors say it’s the right time to buy Plus: Bonner/Boundary real estate trends

Natives & Newcomers

Winter Guide


Eats & Drinks

Dining Guide


Sandpoint of View: Are We an Arts Community?


Schweitzer Launchpad
Follow the careers of snow pros who went “up the fall line” from their home mountain. Plus: What’s new for the 2008-09 season and backcountry skiing with Selkirk Powder Company

Making History
Vignettes about Sandpoint-born Sarah Palin, the first female Republican VP nominee, and her family

First Descent
How the intrepid Lawson Tate made an unprecedented descent of the Green Monarch Mountains on skis after dreaming of doing the feat since childhood

Winter Wildlife
While some wildlife straight up fly away, other native species stay put and cope with winter

The Performing Arts
After the heady days of Unicorn Theatre and a lull, community theater is staging a comeback

Deserting the Dust Bowl
How one family left North Dakota for Idaho at the height of the Great Depression

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

Daily Painting
A trio of daily painters take their lives’ works – paintings done on a daily basis – and go online

Fringe Benefits
Sleeping in and hitting the chairlifts by 9 a.m. is, like, part of the package for teens

Wintering In
From concerts to classes, there are dozens of ways for non-snow people to enjoy winter

Singing in the Choir
Inclusive chorales provide plenty of occasions to croon. Plus: The Reiners share their lives’ devotion

SHS Valedictorians
Part II on Sandpoint High’s high achievers and just what they’re achieving with their lives

Thrift Store Shift
New stores, 2nds Anyone? and ReStore, plus expanded stores give boon to “thrifting” opportunities

Solid State
When winter temps fall, axmen ascend Copper Falls near the Canadian border

Change in Sandpoint
Part IV in this series focuses on local leaders’ efforts to make Sandpoint’s housing affordable

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Winter 2009 Volume 19, No. 1    

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