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Catch a 'Clue' performance. Live theater has returned to the Panida Theater with this weekend's mystery comedy. And more going on this week: Sandpoint Online Entertainment Calendar»

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Local coronavirus info. Get the latest updates, announcements and resources.
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Evening by the lake. Pete Comstock submitted this gorgeous sunset photo, silhouetting Schweitzer Mountain to the west. It was taken near Trestle Creek with Comstock's drone, with was about 300 feet in the air. For more local photos, plus info on how to submit your own photo, go to Sandpoint in Pictures»

New or notable online. Check out these websites from Sandpoint ID and our region.

Sandpoint Idaho News

October 20, 2020

'Zoom towns' exploding in West

Pandemic leads to migration  

Are extremists being normalized?

Look to N. Idaho for the answers
Kaniksu Land Trust earns award

For its Pine Street Woods project

In this week's Sandpoint Reader

  • Candidate Questionnaire - Risch, Jordan, Soto, Fulcher
  • MickDuff's space awaits final touches
  • Smokesmith Bar-B-Que in Ponderay
  • Read flip-page edition»

In other news:

County sees first Covid-19 deaths

Man, woman, both in their 80s  

Man struck, injured on Highway 95

Ski/board season just 45 days away
Idaho to remain in Stage 4 again

Little urges Idahoans to wear masks

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Be an informed voter! See all candidates, with website and Facebook links, plus complete voting info for the Nov. 3 election, at Sandpoint Election Central»

Hikes for all abilities. Discover the magnificent beauty of the Cabinet Mountains with the Trails of the Wild Cabinets guidebook, with descriptions for 100-plus trails, with charts, maps and photos. It's just one of more than a dozen fine guidebooks to our lake and mountains, available online from Keokee Books»