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October 23
International meeting on Canada's Corra Linn Dam to be held in Bonners Ferry:  It's possible you may have never heard of the Corra Linn Dam.  But if you live in Boundary County, the Corra Linn Dam affects you.  In a few days, the International Kootenay Lake Board of Control will hold a public meeting right here in Bonners Ferry to discuss operations of the Corra Linn Dam.  Click on the headline for more information.
October 21
School District provides sources for weather / emergency information:  With the winter months at hand, Boundary County School District No. 101 wants to inform patrons where they can find information for school closures due to weather, or other emergency information.
October 15
Idaho and National Guard team up for program to help teens who drop out:  An opportunity for teens who have dropped out of school to renew their education in a unique and challenging environment is available. An information seminar about this program is coming up at the end of this month.
October 13
History and mystery at Grandview?  Some might think a cemetery tour a little odd, but a tour of this Boundary County cemetery proved to be quite interesting and enlightening . . .
October 11
Twin Rivers Hatchery celebrates, now open for business:  The ribbon has been cut on the Kootenai Tribe's Twin Rivers Sturgeon and Burbot Hatchery.  The Hatchery's Opening Celebration was held on Thursday, with a packed house in attendance.
Senator Crapo conducts Town Hall meeting:  U.S. Senator Mike Crapo attended a Town Hall meeting in Bonners Ferry Thursday morning, October 9.
What are all of these bugs?!!:  In some parts of the county, including the city-wide area of Bonners Ferry, the air appears to be thick with a small, winged, bluish looking insect.
Flags to be at half staff tomorrow:  Click on this headline to learn why flags will be flown at half staff on Sunday, October 12.
Experienced authors to give presentation:  Two published authors, one a University of Idaho professor, will give a presentation here October 17.
October 9
Candidate Forum informative, sometimes contentious, and--successful:  It was standing room only at the Kootenai River Inn for the Election 2014 Candidate Forum.  "There were a couple of somewhat contentious moments," said one of the organizers.
Plans begin for Festival of Trees; hospital seeking to fund new van:  For the eighteenth year, Boundary County residents will be celebrating the Christmas season with a gift to the community by supporting the Festival of Trees.
October 8
Statewide test of ham radio network involves Boundary County operators:  1700 Zulu on October 11. That's when the call for mobilization goes out.  We're talking about the mobilization of all ham radio operators within Idaho. A simulated emergency test is set to begin on October 11, and all Boundary County hams are invited to participate.
October 7
Paving set for Sandpoint Long Bridge this Thursday:  If your plans include heading south on Highway 95 this Thursday, you may want to take this road work notice into account.
Group seeking singers, instrumentalists, and dancers for June tour to Greece:  Interviews and auditions are being held for singers and dancers interested in touring Greece with Spiritsong, an international choir conducted by Vicki Blake Thompson.
October 6
Kootenai Tribe opening new Twin Rivers hatchery facility:  There once was a time when the Kootenai River was swimming with sturgeon, and teeming with burbot, a species of freshwater cod.
October 4
Valley  View students walk the walk on National Walk to School Day:  Valley View Elementary School students had a brisk and fun walk, from the downtown City Parking lot, all the way up the south hill, then across neighborhoods to their school as they took part in National Walk to School Day last Wednesday.
Kootenai Tribe plans celebration of new hatchery:  The Kootenai Tribe of Idaho invites all to celebrate with them the completion of the Twin Rivers Sturgeon and Burbot Hatchery. There will be two days of celebrating.
U.S. Senator to make three appearances in Boundary County next week:  U.S. Senator from Idaho Mike Crapo will appear at three separate meetings and events in Boundary County next week, including two Town Hall meetings and a celebration ceremony for the new Twin Rivers Fish Hatchery.
October 2
Missing hunter found safe:  A hunter missing overnight was found safe yesterday morning after an all-night search by Boundary Search and Dive Rescue, sheriff's deputies and a canine.
Candidates Forum:  only five days away; list of participating candidates now finalized:  The list of participating candidates has been finalized for the upcoming Candidate's Forum, to be held Tuesday evening at the Kootenai River Inn.  Come meet the candidates, and be ready to ask them directly any question at this non-partisan event.
Forty employers set to meet job applicants in area hiring event in Post Falls:  Forty employers are participating in an October 8 hiring event sponsored by the Idaho Department of Labor.  Participating employers include companies in manufacturing, sales, construction, health care, government, and many others.  Click on the headline for this story to see the full list.
Boundary Community Hospital offers 25% off mammography screening:  When statistics are one in eight—of anything—the odds are high.  That's why it is so important for women to have regular mammography screenings.  Boundary Community Hospital's special program this month can help.
Explorers cooking up downtown fundraiser:  Boundary County Explorer Post 190 will be hitting the street downtown this Saturday, in a fun-filled fund raising event.  Along with merchandise for purchase, hamburgers, hot dogs, and more will be available.
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