IF YOU ARE LOOKING for a full-service waterfront resort and marina that offers flexibility and convenience coupled with excellent customer service, look no further than Dover Bay Resort and Marina.
Owner Ralph Sletager, a Sandpoint native, has been successfully developing and managing real estate through his company, Waterfront Property Management, for more than four decades. Since 2008, Sletager’s Dover Bay Resort and Marina has been offering guests from both near and far a surreal retreat in Dover, Idaho. The four-season, full-service resort features well-accommodated vacation rentals and waterfront bungalows for groups and individuals eager to explore the area.
“SHOULD I GO TO the emergency room or to immediate care?” This is a question many people ask when they are injured, ill or have a family member who needs medical treatment. With summer upon us, people are more active, and we are experiencing some extreme heat. Both are factors that can lead to increased injuries.
It is important to choose the right level of care. The Emergency Department is the right choice if you or a family member is experiencing a life-threatening illness or injury.
Due to its unusual omega-3 fatty acid content, salmon has earned its research reputation as a health-supportive food. Just 4 ounces of baked or broiled salmon contains at least 2 grams of omega-3 fats. This is important because on average, U.S. adults consume less than this from all other foods combined over several days! The American Heart Association recommends that everyone eats fish (particularly fatty, coldwater fish) at least twice a week.
IT WAS 14 YEARS AGO when Jenny Meyer’s vision came to fruition. Even after being diagnosed with cancer, the young mother continued to live out the end of her life as she always had—with a passion to make a difference in the lives of those in her community.
Celebrate Life Fun Run/Walk held its inaugural event in August 2004, and Jenny was able to see her vision for helping others play out for four years before passing away.
THE SOUTH END OF LAKE Pend Oreilleis spectacularly beautiful. Sheer cliffs line the shore, and from just about any vantagepoint on the water you are given a 360-degree view on unparalleled scenery. Because of its remoteness and rugged terrain, very few homes are found along the shoreline. Once you set off from Bayview, it doesn’t take but a few minutes until you feel almost alone on the lake. There are, however, communities in small tucked-away pockets and bays. Some are a handful of homes while others are at most a couple dozen. These include places like Lakeview and Cedar Creek. A run into town for residents here is an all-day journey as they have only narrow dirt roads going to and from their homes, almost all of which are snowed income winter. Many have come to rely on the generosity of one man and his liquid limo.
Life can change in the blink of an eye; a calm day can quickly turn into dark storm. Heroes arrive in multiple forms to calm the storm. They do not come wearing capes, but a uniform accompanied by lights and sirens. Occasionally they extinguish fires, structural or forest, or they could be giving lifesaving treatment to someone in need.
First responders choose to put the lives of their community members before their own. They are the ones who run toward the chaos when everyone else is running away. They are courageous despite fear and the unknown.