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Sandpoint police officer awarded lifesaving medalA HERO AMONG US
Sandpoint police officer awarded lifesaving medal.

ANYONE WHO HAS ENTERED THE WATER of Lake Pend Oreille in May knows that it is still very frigid even if the air temperature is warm. Just ask Lt. Rob Dressel of the Sandpoint Police Department. On May 26, Lt. Dressel and other officers arrived on the scene of a sinking boat near the Long Bridge. The boat’s two passengers were trying to make their way to the shore, but the approximate 60 feet of swimming became overwhelming for one given the frigid temperatures. In a frightening scene, hypothermia began to settle in on the one victim. That is when Lt. Dressel knew what he had to do to save the victim’s life.



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Bike the US for MSUse Your Power for Good
Bike the US for MS.

J.K. ROWLING, AUTHOR of the “Harry Potter” book series, acknowledges that her success with the books has put her in an “incredibly privileged position,” allowing her to “use my power for good not evil.”

Rowling started writing “Harry Potter” six months before her mother, Anne Rowling, passed away from multiple sclerosis (MS). One of her greatest regrets was that she didn’t share her writing with her mother; keeping her work secret “is one of my greatest sadnesses.” Her mother’s struggle with MS had an “enormous impact” on her, and the personal experience of living with her mother’s declining health is a significant part of who she is. Her desire to “do good” is reflected throughout her “Harry Potter” books, in her charities, and in her mother’s memory, the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic at the University of Edinburgh.


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The Festival at SandpointThe Festival at Sandpoint
Celebrating the summer season with good music, food and drink.

I love the seasons in North Idaho, each for a different reason and all because they contrast one another so well. Winter has its challenges and thrills, fall its colors, spring its rushing water and summer — it is a season unrivaled — like a book of poetry I’m happy to read time and again. Summer is the kind of poetry you feel, the kind that whispers something so only the deepest parts of you hear. It alters your disposition toward life in a way you struggle to articulate, leaving you better for the experience.

Here, we are amidst this season of life, warmth and light. We are in the forest and on the water. We celebrate with friends with good food and drink, and we revel in music. I know that many of us look forward to summer, not necessarily because winter is too hard, dark or bitter but because summer here holds an epic promise of transcendence.


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Nestled at the base of the Selkirk Mountains in North Idaho's Panhandle region, the community of Sandpoint can be found 60 miles south of the Canadian border and 75 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. With a population of approximately 7,000 residents, Sandpoint is located in a land of uncompromising natural beauty on the northern shore of Lake Pend Oreille (pronounced Pon-der-ray).

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A spectacular, glaciated body of water 43 miles long, Pend Oreille is the fifth deepest lake (1,158 feet at its greatest depth) in the United States with 111 miles of shoreline. Its pristine waters are a major factor in the community of Sandpoint's high ranking as a premier tourist destination.


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These articles were written by Bob Gunter and detail some of the early history of Sandpoint and Bonner County. Most of the photos were provided by the Bonner County Historical Society and have been used with their permission.
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