|Interview - Jerry Kramer, is a Sandpoint High School alumnus who went on to a long career with the Packers during the 1960s under legendary coach Vince Lombardi!|
|Water Journeys - Take a look back to the many people that used the Pend Oreille water highway - Plus: A guide to Getting on the Lake.|
|The Maestro - Meet Maestro Gunther Schuller, artistic director of The Festival at Sandpoint. He is one of the world's foremost composers and conductors. Plus: Gunther explains the Art of Conducting. Also: Here's a look at the Festival at Sandpoint's 98 season.|
|Take a Hike- A venture into any of the nearby forests is a treat for everyone. Plus: Welcome to Mushroom Heaven.|
|Real Estate - Bruce Millard employs recycled materials & a holistic philosophy. Plus: Market watch|
|Last Word - Fremont Shields leads us on an adventure climb up chimney rock.|
|Almanac Browse our Sandpoint Almanac of information, featuring the fact and fancy of our town.|
|Irene Bennett Dunn - She and her son survived one of this centuries most devastating earthquakes, and now her book about it is out.|
|Kootenai Wildlife Refuge - For a look at birds of all sorts and big game too, this refuge of 2,774 acres of prime wetlands and meadows is the place to visit.|
|City Council Web Site - Local government will be accessible to all by means of the world-wide web.|
|Suffolk Farms - They've lengthened the growing season with their commercial greenhouse to grow fine organic foods.|
|Hotel Hope - This historic hotel is said to have hosted Teddy Roosevelt, Bing Crosby, Gary Cooper and other luminaries, and is open again today after 30 years.|
|Bottle Bay Birch - Jim Sheldon's birch-wood project turned into birch-wood products, picked up by huge mail order firms.|
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This e-zine is reprinted from Sandpoint Magazine, published twice a year (Winter and Summer) by Keokee Co. Publishing, Inc. All contents are COPYRIGHT 1998 by Keokee Co. Publishing, Inc. For more information about Keokee Publishing, including our books and web services, visit the Keokee Web Site, or e-mail us at [email protected].