Runaway Symphony a hit
in Bonners Ferry
Saturday night, a large crowd of a few hundred
people gathered at the auditorium of Bonners
Ferry High School to enjoy an evening concert by
the Moscow, Idaho-based band Runaway Symphony.
Why so much local interest in this band?
NIC Dean's List honors local students:
North Idaho College recently announced its
Dean’s List for Fall Semester 2014. And
we've got several Boundary County students on
that list. Check this story to learn more.
Public meets two applicants for School
Superintendent position: The search is well underway for a new
Superintendent for Boundary County School
Current Superintendent Richard Conley announced
his retirement a couple of months ago. The
District has been accepting and reviewing
applications, and on Friday night held formal
meetings and interviews with two individuals the
School Board considers to be qualified for the
position. Note: This article contains
brief video clips from the public meeting and
questions with the candidates.
Search and Rescue trains for winter ice and
water rescues: With spring
around the corner, ice on the lakes and rivers
is a potential hazard. Boundary County
Information Officer Michael Meier reports on how
local members of Boundary Search and Dive Rescue
Team recently participated in training to renew
and update their skills for wintertime ice and
ITD presents South Hill highway construction
at open house meeting: A
lengthy section of the highway on Bonners
Ferry's South Hill will be updated with a left
turn lane, sidewalks, shoulders, new drainage
systems, and more. Currently, the Idaho
Transportation Department is looking at two
different options to update the road. ITD held a
public meeting in Bonners Ferry last night to
inform residents on details of the project.
After publishing our article on the ITD travel
website and the Boundary County webcam, a reader
reminded us of another webcam located in
Boundary County. For more information on
this, see our Letters to the Editor.
Director, Idaho Fish and Game:Idaho Fish and Game tells advocacy groups to
stop crying "Wolf": "It's
important for state agencies to understand and
respect differing points of view. But when a few
advocacy groups try to grab headlines . . . "
Don't get stuck in the Autumn rush--sign up for Hunter Education now:
Every autumn as the leaves begin to change,
thousands of Idahoans begin to focus on one
thing: heading to the back country to hunt. If
you are new to hunting, you must first complete
a hunter education course. Far too often, new
comers learn that they have waited too long to
sign up, and finding a class is difficult.
Boys' Varsity Basketball plays the Parma Panthers in a
play-in game for the state tournament today. The
game is played in Grangeville, tipoff at 1:00 p.m. This game will be broadcast
with Live Video on
More events below, or go to Events Page
Monday, March 2
The Boundary County Republican Central Committee will
meet on Monday, March 2, at 6:00 p.m. at Mugsy`s.
Tuesday, March 3
Kootenai River Days planning meeting at 5:30 p.m. at
Mugsy's. To get things all set and all planned for a
great Kootenai River Days celebration, these planning
meetings will be held the first Tuesday of each month at
the same time: 5:30 p.m. at Mugsy's. As Kootenai River
Days draws closer, the meetings will occur more often.
For further information or to help out in any way,
contact Tamra Hiatt at Riverside Auto Center.