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Election-related harassment in North Idaho reflective of hardened political attitudes

Claims of election-related intimidation and harassment in Bonner and Boundary counties haven’t been confirmed by authorities, but for some local politicians, both Republican and Democrat, the claims are believable.

Idaho prep runners make long trek to state cross country meets

It seems appropriate that North Idaho cross country runners are headed to southeastern Idaho for state meets on Saturday.

Six North Idaho prep volleyball teams head to state

The Lake City volleyball team has had some nice feats under first-year coach Jenna Leggat. The Timberwolves won the 5A Inland Empire League championship and followed it up with a …

Prep roundup: Lockwood helps Deer Park hold off Chewelah 20-6

Dean Lockwood rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown and Deer Park (4-1, 3-0) beat visiting Chewelah (2-3, 1-3) 20-6.

Sandpoint hangs on to beat Mt. Spokane 28-27

Sandpoint gave up a 21-point lead in the first half Friday and had to come from behind in the second half, but the Bulldogs found just enough to beat Mt. …

4A Inland Empire: Sandpoint Bulldogs chasing another crown

New coaches often inherit teams short on wins and long on challenges.

Sandpoint man walking on tracks killed by train

A Sandpoint man was struck by a train and killed Monday evening in Bonner County.

Sandpoint man dies after hitting deer on motorcycle

A Sandpoint man died early Saturday morning when he hit a deer while riding his motorcycle.

North Idaho prep soccer teams launch seasons

At least four North Idaho high school soccer teams expect to challenge for state championships this fall.

North Idaho football teams poised for season openers

Most Idaho high school football teams begin their seasons this weekend, and several area teams start with high hopes. For Lake City, Post Falls and Sandpoint it’s the beginning of …

Fashion model from Sandpoint shows different is beautiful

Far from the shores of Lake Pend Oreille where she grew up, Alison Midstokke is showing the world “a different kind of beauty.” The 31-year-old New Yorker is realizing her …

George Yarno Jr. takes over Sandpoint football

The Sandpoint football job is one

UPDATED: Thu., June 30, 2016, 5:46 p.m.

Truck strikes 2 Litehouse employees near Sandpoint, killing one

Two employees of Litehouse Foods near Sandpoint were struck by a pickup truck while on a lunchtime walk Thursday. One was killed and one was critically injured, the Idaho State …

N. Idaho woman imprisoned for breastfeeding while on meth

A northern Idaho woman will spend up to a year in prison for exposing her child to methamphetamine while breastfeeding.

Jeremy Thielbahr accepts, declines offer to coach at Sandpoint

For four days last week, Jeremy Thielbahr wasn’t Eastside Catholic’s football coach.

Sandpoint wins grant to put in Solar Roadways demo

The city of Sandpoint will start work soon on the first public pilot project with Solar Roadways Inc., the North Idaho startup that aims to transform roads, sidewalks and parking …

Police seek details on Sandpoint man found injured in roadway

The Idaho State Police is trying to learn how a 19-year-old Sandpoint man was seriously injured and left in a roadway early Monday morning. Jordan T. Williams was found unresponsive …

Manhunt continues in northern Idaho for stabbing suspect

Authorities in northern Idaho searching Friday for a man and woman wanted in connection with a stabbing death in southwest Idaho say a vehicle has been reported stolen in the …

Sandpoint football coach Satini Puailoa retiring

Satini Puailoa is retiring from coaching and teaching, effective at the end of the school year.

Idaho boys: Lakeland advances to state

The Lakeland boys basketball team graduated all starters off a team that broke a state tournament drought a year ago.

Idaho state girls basketball: Sandpoint goes cold, loses

Basketball can be a cruel game. No matter what else happens on the floor, it’s tough to win if the ball doesn’t go in the hoop.

Idaho state girls basketball preview

The Lake City, Sandpoint and Timberlake girls basketball teams head to state tournaments with high expectations.

Idaho preps: Timberlake qualifies for state

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Winter Carnival in Sandpoint features ‘K-9 Keg Pull’

As the winter weather morphs into a never ending freeze-thaw cycle, the Sandpoint Winter Carnival kicks off to celebrate all things that can be fun about the cold season in …

Editorial: Germany has much to teach U.S. about refugee aid

FREYSTADT, Germany – I have been spending the last few months in Germany, and have been in awe how local volunteers here in a small, Sandpoint-size village near Nuremberg have …

Evans Brothers Coffee Roasters wins second Good Food Award

Twice as nice: Sandpoint coffee roasters become first Inland Northwest business to win Good Food Award for the second time.

Courthouse dog puts children, the vulnerable at ease

The criminal justice system in Bonner County has a new resource: a dog specially trained to comfort witnesses and victims who are nervous, scared, angry or experiencing other high emotions …

Bishop Kelly defeats Sandpoint for third consecutive Idaho State 4A title

Sandpoint’s seniors had to pay a postgame toll to coach Satini Puailoa before they could leave the locker room on Saturday afternoon at the Kibbie Dome.

Sandpoint’s Kyle Perry bounces back from turf toe

Sandpoint running back Kyle Perry had many reasons to believe his senior season would be as productive as his junior year.

NWPrepsNow notebook including area early signers

When Satini Puailoa returned for a second go around as Sandpoint’s head football coach in 2012, he was alarmed at the disrepair he found the program.