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Skiing in style. Break out the neon skiwear and cutoffs -- now through the end of the season, Schweitzer hosts a weekly Social Media Costume Party. There are prizes for the winners (besides looking totally awesome on the slopes)! And for in-town things to do, check out live music events and more on the Entertainment Calendar.

Entertainment Events:

Civic Calendar Highlights:


What's Changed Quiz No. 3. To mark the new 30th-year issue of Sandpoint Magazine we've posted three fun quizzes on what's changed 'round here since 1990. Whether newbie or oldtimer, you could win $50 at MickDuff's Brewpub or even win $300 in cash! Go to our final "What's Changed?" Quiz 3»


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Sunday sunrise at Schweitzer. Laurence Smith captured this stunning photo from Schweitzer, looking down on Lake Pend Oreille. To see more local pics, or submit your own neat photo, go to Sandpoint in Pictures»


New or notable online. Check out these websites from Sandpoint ID and our region.

Sandpoint Idaho News

February 25, 2021

City receives Memorial Field bids

Work includes launch, parking lot

Avista earnings above expectations

$58m net income in fourth quarter

Polar plunge to pineapple express

Quick reversal in region's weather  

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

  • Zoom boom: Land priorities collide
  • Dover P&Z looking at zone change
  • Festival gun lawsuits continue
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In other news:

Man dies in Highway 95 crash

Hit by suspected drunk driver

Greater Idaho vote is confirmed

Move Oregon Border set for May

Idaho aims to keep vaccine in-state

Proof of residency now required

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