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North Idaho College in SandpointCommunity Vitality
Sandpoint Urban Renewal Agency working to ensure long-term economic vitality.

Revitalization. Renewal. Redesign. It is likely you have heard some of these terms floating around when talking about our beautiful downtown. In the last few years, Second Avenue has a whole new look, and last May we watched as Third Avenue was transformed just in time to welcome Lost in the 50ís weekend. But have you ever wondered just where the funds come from to pay for these improvements? In all likelihood, the first thought that came to your mind was the dreaded word, taxes. But before you go start checking your property tax statement, read on.
 

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SANDPOINT TEEN CENTER OFFERS A PLACE TO FORM RELATIONSHIPSBuilding Community
SANDPOINT TEEN CENTER OFFERS A PLACE TO FORM RELATIONSHIPS.

 Peer pressure. It is a powerful thing that teens struggle with daily. And for those who find themselves with nothing to do following the long school day, peer pressure can play a significant role in what path one follows. Fortunately for Sandpoint area teens, there is a place where the youth in our community can gather, interact with friends, learn life skills, play games and even give back to their community.

The Sandpoint Teen Center, located at the corner of Division and Pine, welcomes students of all ages from seventh through the twelfth grades. With both supervised and self-directed activities, the staff and volunteers create an atmosphere of respect.
 

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With enrollment holding at 88 students, Clark Fork High School recently lost its district-funded hot lunch program.Sandpoint IN FOCUS
I GET BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS
Parents and community step up when school breakfast and hot lunch programs are cut at Clark Fork High School.

With enrollment holding at 88 students, Clark Fork High School recently lost its district-funded hot lunch program. Instead of a hot lunch like other schools, sack lunches are prepared off-site and transported to the school two times a week and held until their distribution day. No breakfast options are currently offered.

This decision affects both families who rely on the subsidized lunch programís nutrition, as well as families who like the convenience of sending their kids with money for a hot lunch.
 

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Such is the plight of the Southern Selkirk Mountains woodland caribou, a small herd of only 17 animals that are native to British Columbia, northwestern Idaho and northeastern WashingtonWHERE THE CARIBOU ROAM
The last of a native caribou herd is threatened.

 

Most Idahoans appreciate the natural beauty and wildlife in the Panhandle. What they donít see are the ecological struggles that go on deep in the forest Ė where the existence of an animal, if left untouched, might disappear.

 

Such is the plight of the Southern Selkirk Mountains woodland caribou, a small herd of only 17 animals that are native to British Columbia, northwestern Idaho and northeastern Washington. They are considered a trans-boundary herd that spends much of its time in British Columbia but crosses into Idaho and Washington in the winter. The herd is a subpopulation of woodland caribou that have made their winter home at the high elevations of those areas.

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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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