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This Week in Sandpoint

High time for summer fun. Schweitzer opens for the season this Friday with scenic chairlift rides, biking, loads of family-friendly activities, great dining, and more! And see more going on in the Entertainment Calendar.

Entertainment Events:

Civic Calendar Highlights:

Win tickets to movies in Sandpoint IdahoWin movie tix. Each week this summer we're giving away two tickets to movies at Sandpoint Cinemas and the Panida Theater. Enter just once to put your name in the drawing every week. Go enter now.


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Real-time webcam at Sandpoint Idaho osprey nestThree chicks in the nest. The ospreys at Memorial Field hatched out their three babies, and now the feeding show has begun! Watch it all unfold live on the osprey webcam.


Sunday sunrise at Schweitzer. Laurence Smith captured this stunning sunrise from Schweitzer. See local pics, or share your own, at Sandpoint in Pictures»

New or notable online. Check these out:

Sandpoint Idaho News

June 17, 2021

Out-of-state camping fees double

Includes Priest Lake, Round Lake

State workers get vaccine benefit

Offered four hours paid time off

Council OKs Selkirk Fire agreement

Along with $824k City Hall remodel  

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

  • Shoreline code changes on hold
  • City addresses Memorial Field ramps
  • BCEDC seeking full-time director
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In other news:

Litehouse sales up 10% past year

As employee shares increase 19%

Blood shortage felt in Inland NW

All types of donations are needed

Want a free, at-home Covid test?

Idaho residents can dial 2-1-1

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