Other Links of Interest
Follow us on
Facebook Twitter

Section Sponsors

This Week in Sandpoint

Festival of Trees: Friends & Family Event It's another week full of holiday spirit in Sandpoint. Get out and enjoy some fun again this week, starting with the City of Sandpoint Open House where your children can share their ideas on the expanded Travers Park project at Sandpoint City Hall on Tues, Nov. 28. Then get over to the Fairgrounds for the Friends & Family Night at the Festival of Trees on Thurs, Nov. 30. Next up is a seasonal favorite with the Nutcracker, performed by the students of Allegro Dance Studio at the Panida on Fri, Dec. 1 through Sun, Dec. 3. Finally, check out the beauty at Talus Rock Retreat where they will be hosting Cozy Crafts & Cocoa: Letters of Love on Sun, Dec. 3.

Don't miss out on all the great things to do! Keep an eye on our Entertainment Calendar»

Sandpoint Idaho osprey nest cam The ospreys depart. Local osprey have migrated south, but the web cam at their Memorial Field nest continues to provide views of town. Check the webcam»
New or notable online. Check these out:
Sandpoint Idaho News
November 29, 2023
Bungalows tell Sandpoint's history
Of historical home architecture
County sending out property taxes
Many see their tax bill decrease
Jury services are changing
And it should be for the better
Riley announces District 1 candidacy
For Bonner County commissioners
Health dept. wants state's attorney
To pay $119K in legal bills
Report finds death rate is rising
For infants and their mothers
New plant hardiness map shows
An increase in temperatures
Idaho wolf-killing proposals prompt
Petition to ban 'barbaric' hunts
Can police legally search your phone
If pulled over for a traffic stop?
Labrador wants court to let Idaho
Enforce abortion 'trafficking' law
  Click to see more news headlines»

In this week's Sandpoint Reader:
  • BOCC addresses numerous county issues at special meeting
  • Festival of Trees spreads holiday cheer
  • Idaho's unofficial state bird
Click to read the flip-page edition»
In other news:
Youth's generosity inspires
On Giving Tuesday
Santa Sack Project is coming to town
Bringing bags of goodies along
Walleye aren't bad fish
Just wrong for Idaho
NIC trustees make leadership change
Quickly, and unanimously
Little progress has been made
By NIC to keep accreditation
A week in a simulated aircraft carrier
Students in 9-12 can apply now
Idaho asks Supreme Court to allow
Enforcement of state abortion ban
ISP caution against spoofing scams
After multiple reports from public
Fish & Game wants to help you
Remember the important dates in Dec.
  Click to see more news headlines»
Books to explore by. Get guides to our Cabinet and Selkirk Mountains, Lake Pend Oreille, the Ice Age Floods – plus history and local writings. Go to Keokee Books»