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Local coronavirus info. The latest local updates, announcements and resources. Go to Sandpoint Coronavirus Update»

Celebrate harvest and history! Take a drive to the Rotary Park in Oldtown for this weekend's Pend Oreille Harvest Festival, filled with artisan booths, live music, great food, and more! Get more info on the Sandpoint Online Entertainment Calendar»

Support Sandpoint. Our restaurants, shops, services, and churches have been hit hard by COVID restrictions. Here's a directory to find updated info on who's open (and all businesses can add their info for free): Support Sandpoint Business Guide»

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Evening by the lake.
Pete Comstock submitted this gorgeous sunset photo, silhouetting Schweitzer Mountain to the west. It was taken near Trestle Creek with Comstock's drone, with was about 300 feet in the air. For more local photos, plus info on how to submit your own photo, go to Sandpoint in Pictures»

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Sandpoint Idaho News

September 18, 2020

Account set up after severe injury

Man fell 30 feet while trimming tree
Bayview fire crosses 1,000 acres

Boaters cautioned due to rockslides
Music Conservatory plans remodel

Fundraising goal set at $112,000

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

  • SpaceX station concerns residents
  • Past, future of Edgewater resort
  • P&Z recommends development delay
  • Read flip-page edition»

In other news:

City OKs Bridge Street land swap

Helps fuel waterfront redevelopment
New fire reported in Talache area

5 acres with structures threatened
SHS football gets unexpected bye

Team not playing due to air quality

  Click to see more news headlines»


Sandpoint MagazineSummer Sandpoint Magazine is here. And it rocks! Literally, as this issue goes exploring our rock-hewn mountain heart. Find it free all around town, or click to read»

Hikes for all abilities. Discover the magnificent beauty of the Cabinet Mountains with the Trails of the Wild Cabinets guidebook, with descriptions for 100-plus trails, with charts, maps and photos. It's just one of more than a dozen fine guidebooks to our lake and mountains, available online from Keokee Books»