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In 1960, a person could pick up this “application for loan” from The First National Bank of Bonners Ferry, Idaho. The bank was on the corner of Main and Bonn...
Innovia Foundation recently announced $869,300 in grants awarded to 82 organizations in Eastern Washington and North Idaho through its Community Grant Program.
A Boundary County resident is among those included on the University of Saint Mary spring 2020 dean’s list.
A total of 913 students at Lewis-Clark State College earned honor roll distinction this spring, LC State administrators announced.
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A total of 1,650 University of Idaho students statewide applied for 1,795 degrees for the spring semester, which ended May 15. The numbers are the largest in the past six years for a spring term.
Seaview, Wash., author Kent D. Walsh is celebrating the nationwide release of his new book, “Danger,” which is set in the Bonners Ferry area.
Andrew J. Jones, born on Oct. 27, 1830, arrived in the Kootenai Valley in 1899. He and his wife, Maryetta (Starbuck) built a log hotel in Bonners Ferry which...