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This Week in Sandpoint

Last weekend of skiing. It's a bittersweet time when warmer weather signals those last few turns at Schweitzer. But on the bright side, it's Passholder Appreciation Weekend with giveaways and specials. See more going on this week: Entertainment Calendar.

Entertainment Events:

Civic Calendar Highlights:


The 'What's Changed?' Quizzes. To mark the 30th-year issue of our affiliated Sandpoint Magazine, we cooked up a trio of quizzes on what's changed 'round here since 1990. Whether for newbie or oldtimer, they're fun and maybe kinda eye-opening. Click to try 'em: Quiz 1 | Quiz 2 | 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

April 8, 2021

Legislature outbreak infected 14

Covid cluster formed last month

Governor opposes vaccine passport

SHS students seek to keep masks

Housing crisis hitting businesses

Employees struggle to find homes  

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

  • Sandpoint planning for growth
  • New media outlet: Idaho Capital Sun
  • Variety at Oak Street Food Court
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In other news:

Schweitzer debuts new logo

And drops 'Mountain Resort'

Idaho taps big-city traffic solutions

To ease congestion in Panhandle

CdA approves outdoor ice rink

In downtown's McEuen Park

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Books to explore by. Find detailed guides to our Cabinet and Selkirk Mountains, Lake Pend Oreille, the Ice Age Floods – plus history and local writings, and more. Click to Keokee Books»