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Portland Oregon junkbox blues duo Hillstomp is infamous for digging through the dumps and forgotten backwoods of American music, and they'll be on stage at the Pearl theater at 7 p.m. Friday, December 13.

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U.S. Senators Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota)’s legislation to help stop unwanted robocalls has gained the support of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. Crapo and Klobuchar introduced S. 2204, the Data Analytics Robocall Technology (DART) …

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Cailey Rankin is a hometown girl from Bonners Ferry, now preparing to graduate with honors with a business degree from Boise State University. She is hoping for her community's support as she and her team of entrpreneurs compete for funding for their business idea, BLink.

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Boundary County School District 101 has established a GiveGab online fundraiser in an effort to ensure that Boundary County students and their families have accesss to warmth during the winter months, food for the long breaks and appropriate attire to wear for extracurricular activities.

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The National Weather Service, Spokane, has issued a winter storm warning above 3,000 feet in the Idaho Panhandle, effective from 7 p.m. today through 10 a.m. Friday.

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U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is proceeding with impeachment charges against President Trump. As a member of Congress and an Idaho Representative, I understand the gravity of the situation. Every future U.S. President will be subject to the precedent Congress sets within the next few days.

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The Boundary County Community Restorium is accepting applications from those interested in becoming part time caretakers. CNA certification is not required unless you are not yet 18 years old.

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A new family-owned and operated self-storage facility located at 6 Pine Street, Moyie Springs, has finished construction and is ready for tenants.

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No one can remember just when he turned up, but a Restorium resident who's lived there 13 years, the longest of any of the current human residents, said Squiggles, better known as Squiggy, was there when she arrived, and some who worked there in the past say it may be 20 years ago that he fi…

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The holidays are a time to celebrate with family and friends, which is why the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is partnering with law enforcement agencies across the state to warn of the dangers of drunk driving.

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Valley View staff is excited to have the students back in the hallways after Thanksgiving break. We welcome December and the snow that comes with it and look forward to continuously challenging our students academically, socially, and behaviorally.

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Monday, November 25, 2019, at 9:00 a.m., Commissioners met in regular session with Chairman Dan Dinning, Commissioner Wally Cossairt, Commissioner Walt Kirby, Clerk Glenda Poston, and Deputy Clerk Michelle Rohrwasser.

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The National Weather Service, Spokane, says a weak storm system will move over North Idaho and northeast and north central Washington overnight tonight, bringing light snow that could make the Wednesday morning commute slippery.

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Draft articles of impeachment on two counts against President Donald J. Trump were released today. These articles now go to the House Judiciary Committee for review, and if the committee recommends them, they will go to the full House of Representatives for a vote.

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Men throughout the ages have been chastised and ridiculed by women for their natural-born reluctance to ask for or follow directions. I am not here to dispute the fact that this fear is one of the dominant male characteristics.

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The Moyie Springs City Council will hold special workshop meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 10, at Moyie Springs City Hall, 3331 Roosevelt Road, Moyie Springs.

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Now that the holiday shopping season is in full swing, scammers are shopping too, looking for people to separate from their money. Here are some tips to help you outsmart those bah-humbug scammers and donate safely.

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Boundary County Treasurer Susan M. Larson reminds all Boundary County taxpayers that the deadline for paying the first half of the 2019 property taxes without penalty is Friday, December 20.

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Governor Brad Little joined members of the Idaho Legislature in announcing this week that Idaho surpassed South Dakota in becoming the least-regulated state in the country by cutting and simplifying 75 percent of regulatory rules in one year.

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The Pearl Theater, Bonners Ferry, will help bring in 2020 with its “Roaring in the ‘20s” New Years Eve party from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, December 31. As with all Pearl parties, costumes are encouraged, never required!

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At about 6:10 a.m., U.S. Customs personnel at Eastport reported a railroad car brought into the United States from Canada leaking liquid argon. Mt. Hall Fire and Boundary Ambulance crews responded.

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The Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), within the Office of Justice Programs (OJP), recently upgraded the America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response (AMBER) Alert website, which now includes access to AMBER Alert in Indian Country.

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The Boundary County Library is seeking to hire a library tech to work part time beginning in January, working upstairs in all aspects of customer service and assistance.

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As surprising as this may sound, presidents behaving badly is not new. President Trump is just the latest. Politicians have been skirting the law since the creation of politicians. This in no way condones bad behavior, yet if every conversation of every president was investigated, I believe …

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Commissioners met in regular session with Chairman Dan Dinning, Commissioner Wally Cossairt, Commissioner Walt Kirby, Clerk Glenda Poston, and Deputy Clerk Michelle Rohrwasser.

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A Bonners Ferry family has been living in motels since they were wakened just before midnight November 19 by the smell of smoke, but no flame ... when firefighters arrived at the manufactured home on Songbird Lane moments after receiving the call, they found that the underside of the home wa…

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Saying our democracy is what is at stake, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today hearkened back to the founding of our nation in making official announcement that the U.S. House of Representatives will move forward in drafting articles of impeachment against President Donald J. Trump.

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The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence today released its 300-page report today on the Trump-Ukraine Impeachment Inquiry, reflecting the evidence gathered thus far by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence in coordination with the Committee on Oversight and Reform…

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The Boundary County Road and Bridge Department hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, December 2, to mark completion of a road improvement project on Tobe Way and Plato Drive.

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Selkirks-Pend Oreille Transit Authority, SPOT, is pleased to announce new Saturday service from Bonners Ferry to Sandpoint for the ski season! The no-cost service will start on December 7 and continue through March.

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Santa and Mrs. Claus will be coming to Bonners Ferry this Saturday, December 7, and it will be a day for the whole family to enjoy, start to finish!

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Three bright planets – Jupiter, Venus, Saturn – can still be found in the west after sunset. Day by day, Venus will climb upward while Jupiter and Saturn sink toward the sunset glare. Venus and Saturn will meet up for a conjunction on December 10. In the morning sky, as the month begins, keep watching for Mercury and Mars. They rise in the east before the sun.

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All times are tentative unless identified as a specific appointment or public hearing and the Board will address items on the agenda as they are completed, which may either shorten or lengthen the times for which items are addressed on the agenda.

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The Bonners Ferry City Council has determined that it is in the interest of the public to have safe and traversable sidewalks within the City of Bonners Ferry. In order to achieve this goal it is necessary for sidewalks to be cleared of snow and ice in front of properties within the City. As…

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Registrations due December 6 for the Annual UI Extension Forest Health Program to be held in Coeur d’Alene Animals, plants, insects and diseases can sometimes impede reforestation, wildlife habitat or other forest stewardship goals.

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Boundary Community Hospital is looking for a teaching RN for our Staff Development position.  This person would be responsible for new employee orientations as well teaching the hospital's CNA class.

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Boundary County Road and Bridge will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. Monday,December 2, to mark completion of a road improvement project on Tobe Way and Plato Drive. The public is invited to attend the ceremony, which will occur at the intersection of Plato Drive and Tobe Way, just …

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Boundary County, like most small towns across America on Thanksgiving morn, is families reunited for the holiday catching up on each  others lives, the work of grandmas, moms and daughters, uncles, dads, sons and aunts wafting through the house, the aroma of Thanksgiving repasts both traditi…

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The official count for Bonners Ferry's 11th annual Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Fun Run was 219, but it sure looked like more on a clear, brisk Thanksgiving morning! From all of us to all of you, Happy Thanksgiving! UPDATE: The official final count came in at 221!

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