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Lynn and Leah Jants of Kootenai Valley Ranch farms are named the 2021 Conservation Farmer of the Year.
John Sater, long time resident, writer and Shriner has passed, but his charitable giving and his stories live on.
Several youths attended the motorcycle and ATV training course held by the Boundary County Sheriff’s Office.
The Boundary County commissioners canvassed the May 17 primary election ballots on Monday, May 23.
Close to 200 students, parents, school district employees, and younger siblings walked from the city parking lot to Valley View. This is an annual event coin...
The City of Bonners Ferry will no longer have a traffic committee.
The nonprofit organization Idaho Trails Association is encouraging the public to get out and enjoy National Trails Day on June 4.
Nonprofit announces LaunchNW initiative
Spring is here, and so is the peak of baby wildlife season
The City of Bonners Ferry is disposing of several items by sealed bid due by May 25, 2022, by 3 p.m. The vehicles and items will be displayed at the city uti...
The city of Bonners Ferry is updating its comprehensive plan and wants the community to have an active part in deciding how the city looks, functions, and se...
Annual car show attracts hundreds of cars, thousands of fans
A golden eagle, falcon and owl, oh my!
Ryan V. Mai, 46, of Bonners Ferry guilty to one count of sexual battery of a minor child as part of a May 6 plea agreement.
Boulder Creek Academy officials said the school will assist students and their families to transition to a new school through Aug. 12.