Two men were taken by air ambulance from a logging operation in the Benewah Creek area, July 22.
If you receive unsolicited seeds in the mail from China – stop.
Local man Ron Cook didn’t want a big party for his retirement, instead he wanted to do something to help his fellow community members.
Larry Whitesitt will sign books at The Paperhouse from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Mr. Whitesitt recently published his book “A Father and Son’s Yukon Bush Pilot Adventure.”
Plummer-Worley School District, where the majority of Benewah County COVID-19 cases have occurred, will have in-school classes beginning September 8.
The UpRiver Saddle Club returns this weekend with an O-Mok-See at the UpRiver Arena, just in time for the club’s 59th anniversary.
Local employers have voiced concern over the lack of available housing for employees in St. Maries. Some employers say they think that is why there is a challenge with hiring and keeping employees.
PotlatchDeltic implemented a burning-ban on all its Idaho property this week.
Over the last few days Benewah Community Hospital confirmed four new positive cases of coronavirus among community members.
The Innovia Foundation wants to provide more connectivity to local children.
One local business is offering up home-style entrees and more.
The state Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee approved an additional $40 million last week to increase and improve COVID-19 testing in Idaho and an additional $10 million to equip schools with supplies needed to open safely.
Paul Bunyan Days has been axed this year due to concerns around the coronavirus pandemic, but PBD Committee Chairman, Dale Hill, says that so far he has received positive responses to the cancellation.
The St. Maries Nazarene Church plans to offer school supplies to area children in need.
Benewah Community Hospital has postponed the free sports physicals that were scheduled to take place Wednesday and Thursday at St. Maries Middle School.
Carrie Nordin took B flight’s low gross and sunk a hole-in-one on #16 July 21 at the St. Maries Golf Course.
Josh Olson took low gross honors in week eight of men’s league at St. Maries Golf Course with his score of 33.
The Wonderful-Shefoot trail system encompasses more than 10 motorized trails, many of which can be ridden in a matter of days.
Two local businesses have organized ATV fun rides that have attracted almost 800 entries to one single event. They hope this weekend won't be any different.
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Judge B. Lynn Winmill denied a motion for preliminary injunction against the Brebner Flat Project on the Idaho Panhandle National Forest, allowing the forest health project to proceed.
A Sunday evening bus crash injured five people on board.
No date is set, but a jury is expected to hear a civil suit against Gateway Fire Protection District in the next 12 months.
Three people are injured after a one vehicle accident on Cherry Creek Road, July 20.
Local realtors say that demand and prices for property in Benewah County and surrounding areas is on the rise.
Another Japanese Yosegaki Hinomaru (good luck) flag may find its way back home thanks to efforts by the American Legion.
Firefighters engaged with two wildfires, that ignited July 18, have made significant progress.
Local school districts are in search of workers.
Independent candidate for Benewah County Sheriff, Mike Ingersoll plans a meet and greet at the Elks Lodge Tuesday, July 28.
The community of Fernwood isn’t about to break tradition.
More than one million vehicles traveled along Main Avenue in St. Maries during an eight-month period.
The St. Maries School District welcomes its new Board Clerk, Stacia Dorman.
The St. Maries City Council received an overview of the projected budget for 2020-2021 at a meeting July 17.
The first annual Sandy Haines Free Swim Day is today is the city pool.
The extra $600 per week paid to Idaho unemployment insurance claimants through the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPCU) program ends July 25.
There is a fire commissioner’s meeting Tuesday, July 28 at 5:30 p.m.
There is an anger-management support group that meets each Thursday.
The St. Paul's Lutheran Church and the 2nd Harvest Mobile Food truck will host another community food distribution Wednesday, July 29.
The Greater St. Maries Youth Soccer Association registration is Wednesday (today) from 4 to 6 p.m. at the city pool.
Corynn Anderson of DeSmet, ID, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts in marketing at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan.
The St. Joe Valley Piecemakers have selected Karen Thurston as this year's featured quilter.
Local children were able to get in on an extra four weeks of activities at North Idaho College Headstart thanks to extra funding through the CARES Act.
Will the coronavirus cancel Paul Bunyan Days? And if it is not cancelled entirely, what will this year’s celebration look like?
Trustees in the St. Maries and Kootenai school district will decide in early August how schools will re-open this year. Trustees in the Plummer/Worley school district met Monday to discuss options.
Motorists can expect road closures on Hangman Creek Road on Tuesday July 21.
The Emerald Creek Garnet Area will remain closed for the remainder of the 2020 season.
The annual fall book sale put on by the Friends of the St. Maries Public Library is postponed until next year.
This Friday’s St. Maries Summer Concert Series will feature local artist PJ Destiny.
Area residents are invited to sip wine and get in on a free yoga session.
The SMHS class of 1990 will have a 30-year class reunion July 24-26.
The Harrison Old Time Picnic is usually hosted on the last Sunday in July.