Visit this past issue of Sandpoint Magazine!
Winter 1996 edition
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of information, featuring these stories:
- Wolf People - An unusual wolf-themed store.
- Oldest Building - Quest for our oldest structure.
- Hot Shots - Terry Cooper takes his best (video) shots.
- Carver - Pete Conway's incredible carousel horses.
- Waldorf - School has unusual education 'in the round.'
- Who We Are - When retiring LAPD detective
Mark Fuhrman moved to Sandpoint, he brought a media circus with
him. Unfortunately, the media have too often been looking for what isn't
here. By Sandy Compton/2450 words. With a sidebar, What
Brings Them Here, profiling some of the diverse people who
call Sandpoint home.
- Schweitzer on the Grow - There is
plenty that is new as Schweitzer Mountain Resort pursues its
grand expansion ... but some things about skiing a great mountain just
never change.By Nann Alleman/950 words
- Interview: Beth & Cinde, Musicians -
They've played venues throughout the nation, but Beth and Cinde -
the acclaimed vocal duo known as Wild Roses - always come home to Sandpoint.
Plus, they have a new album out called Voices on the Wind.
By Steve Sparks/1420 words
- Where Words Come Alive - In smokey
bars, cozy coffee cafes or the hush of the library, verse is coming
alive in Sandpont's developing poetry scene. By Jane Fritz/1273
words. Plus, a sidebar of poetry selections from Dream
Fragment 19, by Sandpoint poet Larry Keith.
- Stinking Wool and Speed Balls - For
those who like their skiing skinny, here's the lowdown on cross-country
skiing around Sandpoint and at Schweitzer. By Bill Mullane/529
- A Shangri-La for Snowcatters - With
400 miles of trails and an ardent snowmobiling community, Priest
Lake is a top destination for snowcatters. By Billie Jean Plaster/936 words.
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