A third body has been recovered from Lake Coeur d'Alene after the collision of two planes Sunday. Five more people are believed still missing.
U.S. Highway 95 will no longer open to traffic between Pollock and Riggins this afternoon to allow for continued monitoring of the slide at milepost 188.
Depending on geotechnical survey results, US-95 between Pollock and Riggins may temporarily open Sunday afternoon, July 5, to allow traffic to drive around the rock slide that has closed the highway since Friday morning.
It was a beautiful day for a parade, and today's Eastport Fourth of July Parade, well attended from the U.S. side of the border but without the usual Canadian contingent as the cross border travel restrictions between the U.S. and Canada remain in effect due to COVID-19.
The Panhandle Health District (PHD) has confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in a male in his 30s in Shoshone county. The individual has been contacted and advised to self-isolate.
The group of residents responsible for the "diversity" billboard have formed a non-profit organization, "We the People of Boundary County," to collect funds to keep the billboard up.
I am somewhat skeptical about COVID (SARS-CoV-2) tests after all the critical reports I have heard in the news. Does Boundary Community Hospital have the kind of lab tests we need for meaningful results?
As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, the Idaho Panhandle National Forests would like to remind visitors that fireworks, and the possession of fireworks, are prohibited on National Forest System lands, regardless of weather conditions or holidays.
July 2020 offers you all five bright planets. Venus is that very bright object lighting the east before sunrise. After mid-July, find Mercury below Venus. Mars is looking very red now, steadily brightening, out between midnight and dawn.
Idahoans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family and friends. Some celebrations will undoubtedly look different this year in response to Covid19 safety concerns.
A man entered the wrong house in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, at about 2:30 p.m. Monday looking for revenge and shot and killed Tracy Saboe, 40, a graduate of Bonners Ferry High School and the son of Bob and Verla Mae Saboe, Bonners Ferry.
Panhandle Health District (PHD), Bonner General Health (BGH), and Kootenai Health are working to offer guidance in these confusing COVID-19 times. North Idaho continues to see a rise in cases as businesses are opening and many of us are relaxing into summer.
As the Fourth of July holiday approaches, the City of Bonners Ferry and Boundary County have been receiving questions about the Fourth of July as it relates to events being advertised, as well as the use of fireworks both in city limits and outside city limits.
Boundary County's 2020 fair books are out, and the more wise among us will pick up two this year; one to read and use and one to put away for prosperity, as this is the county's 100th fair, and it's going to be spectacular!
Global statistics starkly show that the United States, compared to other affluent nations, is performing poorly in handling the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in more cases and more deaths in relation to population than any other nation in the world.
A new restaurant, Wok-A-Mole, celebrates its grand opening beginning at 5:30 a.m. Monday, June 29, at 6664 Main Street on the South Hill in Bonners Ferry. The first 100 customers get a free lumpia appetizer!
Beginning Wednesday, July 1, drivers in Idaho will only be able to use electronic devices in hands-free mode behind the wheel, including when stopped at a red light or stop sign as the new hands-free law makes holding a cell phone illegal while operating a vehicle.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Seattle Field Office has created an email address and 1-800 tip line in order for members of the public to report possible smuggling activity in our area of operation.
Panhandle Health District (PHD) and Boundary County Emergency Management have confirmed the first case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Boundary County.
Governor Brad Little announced today Idaho will transition to a regional response to COVID-19, and the state did not meet metrics to move out of the final stage of the Idaho Rebounds plan.
Three years of collaboration, learning and working yielded a new appreciation for community health, as well as projects and programs that will help make the City of Bonners Ferry a healthier community.
North Idaho College President Rick MacLennan confirmed in an online letter published on the NIC website that the Bonners Ferry NIC Outreach Center will close with the new year.
An increase of COVID 19 cases in the Idaho Panhandle has led to area senior citizens being strongly encouraged to social distancing, wearing a face mask, sanitizing all areas touched and practicing vigorous personal hygiene/hand washing.
A tree fell into a power line on Riverside Street just outside Bonners Ferry city limits shortly before 9:30 p.m., closing t he road and knocking out power to many, most in the city.
A spokesman for Valley View Vista Care has confirmed a positive COVID-19 diagnosis in a Sandpoint health care worker, and the case could delay the facility reopening for visitation.
On behalf of Boundary County School District #101, I thank all our students and parents/guardians for the strong finish to the 2019-2020 school year. No one expected to end the year with remote learning.
Katie Summerfield will take the stage at the Becker Auditorium one final time on June 27 as the Distinguished Young Woman of Bonners Ferry to welcome a new recipient of the title.
Boundary County Commissioners will meet in special session at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 24, in the Commissioners’ Office in Room 28 of the Boundary County Courthouse, 6452 Kootenai Street, Bonners Ferry.