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This Week in Sandpoint

Final market of the season. Savor autumn's bounty during the Harvest Festival this Saturday at Farmin Park. It's the last Sandpoint Farmers Market of the year, filled with family fun including pumpkin decorating and costume contests. And here's what else is happening 'round town this week: Entertainment Calendar.

Entertainment Events:

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Civic Calendar Highlights:

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Elections coming up. City, school and special district elections are Nov. 2, and there are plenty of contested races for voters to decide. Stay apprised of candidates, events and voting info in Election Central»


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Osprey countdown. The three chicks in the Memorial Field nest are near-grown now, but they still visit the nest as mom and dad osprey provide the chow while they learn to fish for themselves. Soon they will migrate south. While they're here, see'em on the live osprey webcam»


New or notable online. Check these out:

Sandpoint Idaho News

October 18, 2021

Motorcyclist dies in Hwy 95 accident

Reportedly crashed into horse trailer

Mayor pitches LOT tax to Rotary

Proposal would raise $13m for parks

Early voting underway in Idaho

Elections are coming up Nov. 2  

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

     
  • City OKs Madison Meadows plat
  • Boyer relocation project approved
  • Steve Klatt: Road reflections
  • Read flip-page edition»

In other news:

LPOSD raises pay for substitutes

Federal dollars help fund program

Priest River man's remains found

Lopez-Burbano missing since Oct. 3

Rare grizzly confirmed in CdA forest

More common in Selkirks, Cabinets

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