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Happy Fourth! Sandpoint celebrates our nation's independence with a downtown parade, festivities at Travers Park, and fireworks at City Beach. See all the week's happenings on the Sandpoint Online Entertainment CalendarĀ»

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Calm after the storm.
This photo taken by Pete Comstock captures a rainbow following a series of thunderstorms June 24. For more local photos, plus information on how to submit your own photo, check out the Sandpoint in Pictures pageĀ»

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Sandpoint Idaho News

June 30, 2020

Idaho hands-free law starts July 1

Holding phone illegal while driving
Virus cases spike in Panhandle

Bonner County reporting 29 total
PNGA cancels Idaho Club tournament

Due to increase in coronavirus cases

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

  • SHS grad, fighter pilot makes history
  • Georgetown Law: Militia activity illegal
  • County gun suit sees further delay
  • Read flip-page edition»

In other news:

127 geese relocated from City Beach

Residents opposed to effort show up
Sandpoint's Fourth celebration is a go

Includes parade, festivities, fireworks
New clubhouse complements course

Two-story structure open at Idaho Club
Sandpoint man released from prison

Ratigan bombed clinic, robbed bank

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Sandpoint Magazine Summer 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»