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The life for me...

Photo by Mandi Bateman “Farmer Bob” Martin turns 90 next month, so it seemed the perfect idea to open a brand new business. Farmer Bob, along with his wife “Sizzling Laurel” Martin and their nephew, David Kriedel, opened a booth at the Bonners Ferry Farmers Market, called Green Acres Farm, selling a...

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Welcome’ benches added to museum courtyard

For four sunny days in August 1988, the exciting buzz of chainsaws could be heard on Kootenai Street’s entranc

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Smart Driver” Class

‘Smart Driver’ class set for July 27Attention Senior Citizens! Update your driving skills on Thursday, July 2

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Summer reading program a hit with Bonners Ferry kids

Where can you find 50+ kids on Thursdays in July? Why, at the Valley View Summer Reading program! This year’s

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Interesting & Inspiring People: Edith Stolley

It takes a lifetime to build and cultivate something of significance and substance to look back upon. Bits of

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Juveniles give back to community

For several months, the Juvenile Probation Department has been brainstorming new and different ways for our ju

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MASTERPIECE for Kids’ Vacation Bible School offered

Calling all kids ages 4 years old through entering sixth grade! For the eighth year, the Multi-Church Group i

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Public Invited to North Bench Fire 40th Anniversary Bash

North Bench Fire to host 40th birthday bash: On Saturday, July 15, the North Bench Volunteer Fire District inv

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Youth group cleans up fairgrounds

Photo By Lee Yeoumans Mountain Springs Church Youth Group, led by Justin Gibbons, had a barbeque and clean up at the Boundary County Fairgrounds on Wednesday July 5, following the Fourth of July celebration. They sanded and repainted the arena fencing, weeded, and cleaned up the grandstands.

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Kootenai River Days entertainment

The True North Band performed on the evening of July 8, on Bonner Street. They were part of a fun packed day that included Swish, a street fair, Bull Bash, multiple entertainers, and a bounce house As you can see, all ages enjoyed the Tru North Band’s music. Photos by Mandi Bateman

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