Organizers of the Race the Joe jet boat races say that the event is on for this year.
City officials announced that work on the sewer and water infrastructure will continue Thursday, February 25.
The St. Maries School District could return to a normal school schedule before the end of the semester depending on recommendations from its COVID-19 task force.
Housing development in St. Maries is partly hung up on water and sewer hookups.
Officials with Heyburn State Park have big plans for the Rocky Point Lodge and other areas of the park.
A state trip will be the reward for Friday's winner between Lakeside and its district opponent.
Two brothers face burglary and grand theft charges after allegedly stealing weapons from a St. Maries residence Feb. 1, 2021.
The St. Maries Chamber of Commerce hopes to have its annual St. Maries City Wide Spring Clean-up this year.
A Harrison resident died after falling through ice on Lake Coeur d’Alene, Feb. 16, 2021.
Two residents from Hayden, ID, appeared before the Benewah County commissioners, Feb. 22, 2021, to file grievances against the Panhandle Health District board members who approved a 90-day mask mandate in January.
The Benewah County Assessor’s Office will seek a DMV registration fee increase by May 2021.
After more than three decades, Jeff and Lisa Andersen will retire from the St. Maries School District this year.
Head Start joined with Safe Start to provide car seats to local families.
The recall election of Mayor Bill Weems is scheduled March 9, 2021.
Motorists should prepare for road closures along Railroad Avenue as construction continues.
The St. Maries Volunteer Community Clinic has teamed up with Delta Dental to offer free dental care to the community.
Two parents arrested for felony injury to a child and drug possession charges were remanded to the Benewah County Drug Court program, Feb. 19, 2021.
The vote on supplemental levies in two area school districts is March 9.
What was your favorite part about last year’s DYW program?
The Idaho Transportation Board approved the request to reclassify several strips of highway in north Latah County.
The St. Maries School District plans to hire for multiple positions over the next few weeks.
A new business in the county seeks to protect its customers computer networks.
The White House issued a proclamation to lower US Flags to half-staff until sunset, Feb. 26, 2021, in remembrance of the more than 500,000 Americans who have died of COVID-19 as of Feb. 22. According to the Idaho Flag Status website, the state flag will also be flown at half-staff.
The Benewah Valley Association’s annual meeting is March 7 at the Benewah Community Center at 2 p.m.
One local elementary student wants her hard work to go towards helping her fellow classmates.
Curtis Benham plans to offer another year of ham radio courses for area residents.
A long-time area certified public accountant (CPA) is starting her own accounting firm in St. Maries.
Doug and Kristi Payne plan to give the the Logger’s Memorial a facelift this year, but they need the community’s help.
The Kootenai High School will now offer a new class for aspiring welders.
UpRiver residents should expect cell service in the area over the next week.
After a 20 year wait, one local man will finally get a chance to help a cancer patient in need.
The deadline for area 4-H club members to register to be involved in this year’s Benewah County Fair is March 1.
Paul Vannatter shot a 25 to lead the singles division Feb. 14 at the St. Maries Gun Club, followed by Kenny Osier and Tony Brede with 23 each.
Things are looking up for Idaho’s unemployment rate.
The Benewah County Master Gardeners and the University of Idaho Extension will conduct classes this spring.
The Benewah Community Hospital is asking area residents to complete a survey in the next two weeks.
Rachael Johnson wants to keep the community informed on their constitutional rights.
Rhegan (Humphrey) McGregor’s birth was not going the way her first-time expecting parents hoped.
The St. Joe Valley Gun Show returns this weekend.
The St. Maries Rotary is urging residents in the St. Maries School District to back the levy that will be voted on in March.
A handful of students at St. Maries High School made efforts during the first semester to not miss any assignments.
How many years have you done play-by-play?
Ralph Allan of Worley recently earned his Bachelor of Arts at Whitworth University.
More than 25 local graduate’s made it on to the Fall 2020 University of Idaho Dean’s List.
Though precipitation in January helped with snow pack in the St. Joe region, more is needed between now and April to reach normal snow pack levels.
A long-time St. Maries resident and Heyburn Elementary teacher will retire after a 35-year career in education.
This year the organizers of the St. Maries Little League are giving the okay to play ball.
Residents of the St. Maries School District who want to vote early for the supplemental levy, may do so.
The Panhandle Health District now has a website for those who seek to be put on a waiting list for the COVID-19 vaccine.
A draft proclamation that could rename the federal building in honor of former county commissioner Jack Buell will be presented at the next county meeting, Feb. 22.
Idaho Supreme Court announced that jury trials may resume effective March 1, 2021, after being suspended due to COVID-19.