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This Week in Sandpoint

Student Safety Summit It's another beautiful week in Sandpoint. Join in on an enriching lineup of events starting with the Student Safety Summit on Wed, April 17 so you can stay updated on strategies to protect our students. Follow that up with the Small Town, Big Vision Film Fest on Thurs, April 18, and delve into discussions on fostering stronger communities. Looking ahead, enjoy a stage performance of Sherlock put on by Sandpoint Onstage daily from Fri to Sun April 19-21. Then, wrap up your weekend by participating in either the Paved Pathways Earth Day Cleanup with Kaniksu Land Trust, or the Earth Day Shoreline Cleanup in collaboration with the Idaho Conservation League and City of Sandpoint, both on Sat, April 20.

Stay on top of the Sandpoint happenings, bookmark our Entertainment Calendar»

Sandpoint Idaho osprey nest cam The ospreys return. Local osprey return from southern migrations in April. Peek right into their Memorial Field nest via the live-streaming web cam. Go see ospreys»
New or notable online. Check these out:
Sandpoint Idaho News
April 15, 2024
Rural Idaho community is fighting
Plans to develop a mountain bike park
Mad about science
Our moon is weird
NIC trustees examine
Governance problems
Area schools taking part
In Moscow Jazz Festival
Media team up to host
Candidate forums
Victim in Elmira accident goes home
Facing long road to healing
Small Town, Big Vision Film Festival
Aims to teach responsible land use
Festival announces Colbie Caillat
And Gavin Degraw

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Sandpoint Online Election Central Be an informed voter. The Idaho primary election is May 21. Get complete info on how and where to vote, and info on all candidates, at Election Central»

In this week's Sandpoint Reader:
  • Gov. signs Herndon bill limiting leaseholder rights to regulate weapons on public property
  • BOCC trespass controversy concludes, District Reports returns
  • ID libraries must move materials deemed harmful to children, or face lawsuits, under new law
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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»