Welcome to Sandpoint Magazine!
Summer 1996 edition
- Sailor's Ahoy - During World War
II, North Idaho hosted Farragut Naval Training Station, one of the nation's
largest inland naval bases.
Fifty years after its decommissioning, here is an affectionate look back
by local author Marianne Love.
Check out this sidebar story, Farragut Caught
in Time, about the role photographer Ross Hall played in recording
Farragut's history. Plus, Farragut Now,
a look at today's premier state park. Photos.
- Stephen Lyman - A last interview with
the late artist, whose beautiful wilderness paintings make him one of the
nation's top limited edition print artists.
- Local Sounds - A visit with two hot
Bonner County bands. Photo.
- Views of Paradise - Take a couple
hikes that are positively intoxicating.
- Building for the Health of it - Explore
a new trend in "healthy homes."
Browse our Sandpoint Almanac of information, featuring the fact
and fancy of our town.
Sandpoint Magazine is published twice a year (Winter and Summer editions)
by Keokee Co. Publishing, Inc. All contents are COPYRIGHT 1996 by Keokee Co. Publishing, Inc. For more information about Keokee Publishing, including our books and web
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