The "Role & Responsibilities of an NIC Trustee," the first in a series of On Point public forums, sponsored by a group of community-minded residents who call themselves DART, is set for 6 p.m. on Oct. 20 at the Family Harding Center, 411 N. 15th St.
Concerts at the Panida Theater Oct. 7, 8; high tea event Oct. 9
Audiences are invited to nestle in Oct. 7 and 8 at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint for a rare opportunity to experience the complete Brandenburg Concertos by J.S. Bach in one go, presented during a magical weekend by the North Idaho Philharmonia.
Kathy and I are planning to go to the North Idaho College Trustee Forum on Oct. 5 at Schuler Auditorium from 5:30-7:30 p.m. to hear the six candidates speak on behalf of our North Idaho College for the Nov. 8 election.
In one of the great wine movies ever made in my opinion, A Good Year, the real estate agent for the main male character in the movie played by Russel Crowe utters that catchy little line, “un petite wrinkle.”
The tragic incident in the Mediterranean Sea was the the deadliest in the last two years as a surging number of Lebanese, Syrians and Palestinians have tried to flee cash-strapped Lebanon to Europe to find jobs and stability
Kootenai County commissioners are likely to reverse a tentative decision to move the polling place currently located at Candlelight Christian Fellowship.
Commissioners Bill Brooks and Chris Fillios voted Tuesday in favor of changing the polling location for precincts 403 and 405 from Candlelight to Community United Methodist Church, pending an opinion from the county’s legal team.