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LightWire: DINO-LIGHT The sun may be acting a little shady today - but don't worry, we've got some bright ideas for what you can do this week. Kick things off with an Artist Reception & Live Music with Matt Lome on Thurs, April 11. Then, immerse yourself in an innovative performance with Lightwire Theater: DINO-LIGHT on Fri, April 12. Next up, remember your roots with Natural Connections, with a day of gardening workshops on Sat, April 13. Round off your weekend foraging for treasure at the Funky Junk Antique & Craft Festival, or enjoy some wild fun at the Schpring Finale on both Sat/Sun, April 13-14. Then wrap it all up with the Lost in the 50s Annual Fundraiser Breakfast on Sun, April 14.

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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 11, 2024
Put a spotlight on ID
For the right reasons
ID GOP House leaders provide overview
Of 2024 Legislature after adjournment
Schweitzer responds to ICL
On environmental stewardship
LPOSD hosting 'Student Safety Summit'
To provide parents with information
North Idaho College hit with
Another ratings downgrade
Williams again allowed
To give commissioner reports
Little signs bill
To ban compelled pronoun use
New law could disrupt Medicaid
Lawmakers adjourned without a fix
Idaho insurance companies paid out
In the millions, on dog bite injuries
Voter ID law upheld
In Idaho Supreme Court decision
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»