Small Business Saturday is November 28.
Priorities for the second part of the sewer bond project were briefly discussed Monday night at the St. Maries City Council meeting.
Benewah County and Benewah Community Hospital approved a bond repayment plan, Nov. 23.
Local residents who want to get a head start on their Christmas shopping this year are in luck.
Christmas is not immune. COVID-19 is impacting everything including gifts, food, and winter clothes to children in need.
A raffle drawing to help a local family will take place Dec. 5, 2020.
For the first time since the pandemic struck, Benewah County is under a mandatory mask order. The order is effective throughout northern Idaho and comes following a 4-2 vote by the district board last week.
The requirement to wear masks in public has been a heated topic throughout the country since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A 60-day mask mandate was approved last week by the Panhandle Health District.
The deadline to enroll in new Medicare plans, as well as those with Medicare looking to make changes to existing prescription drug or Medicare Advantage plans, is December 7.
Apple, Inc will pay the state of Idaho $1.28 million as part of a settlement for Apple’s 2016 decision to throttle consumers’ iPhone speeds to address unexpected shutdowns in some iPhones.
The IDFG will implement two notable changes to its non-resident participation in the coming 2021 hunting season.
The St. Paul’s Lutheran Church doubled down on donations this year to the St. Maries Community Action Partnership.
The Idaho Department of Labor has installed new phone software to accommodate the increase in unemployment insurance calls the department has received since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting Monday, Nov. 23 claimants needing assistance should call (208) 332-8942. The 800-numbe…
Local libraries are giving local children and their families an opportunity to play games and read together during Idaho Family Reading Week.
A pandemic isn’t about to keep the Tri-Community Library from raising money for the construction of a new library in Fernwood.
The Nazarene Church’s Community Christmas Dinner, typically hosted at the Eagle’s Lodge, has been canceled.
The Plummer City Council authorized $25,000 to purchase a new vehicle for the city work crew. Current vehicles are high mileage and suffering mechanical failures.
The St. Maries Kiwanis will name the winner or the pig and a freezer raffle at Hughes Ace Hardware Saturday, November 28 at 3:00 p.m.
Sylvester Trevon Tuggles, Jr., 21, of Spokane, Washington, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 70 months in federal prison for attempted robbery. Chief U.S. District Judge David C. Nye also ordered Tuggles to serve three years of supervised release following his prison sentence. Tuggles …
Benewah County Commissioners signed a memorandum of understanding with a non-profit housing developer.
The city of Plummer is getting closer to having fiber internet.
Organizers of Christmas in St. Maries put a fun twist on this year’s commemorative shirts.
St. Maries School District School Board Chair, Jody Hendrickx, was recognized as the the ISBA 2020 School Board Chairman of the year.
A rollback in the Governor’s Rebound Idaho plan to a modified stage 2 has some local residents concern over it’s necessity, and the impact the rollback will have on Thanksgiving and Christmas gatherings this year .
The St. Maries School District COVID-19 Task Force will meet this Friday, Nov. 20, to plan for the spring school semester.
Governor Brad Little announced last week that Idaho will rollback to a modified Stage 2 of the Idaho Rebounds plan.
The Red Barn Thrift Store will remain closed until further notice.
The Milling Center plans to offer a free family game day this month.
This year’s presidential election was said to be one of the most crucial in American history.
Approximately half of Idaho students in grades K-3 read below their grade level according to preliminary state test results.
Benewah County voters turned out in record numbers, for the general election, Nov. 6.
Lance Homann of Evans, Colorado was named the St. Maries Fire Protection District’s new fire chief by district commissioners this week.
The Benewah County Sheriff’s Office seeks to bring Christmas cheer to the less fortunate.
The city has tabled an ordinance that would require business owners to obtain a permit to use sidewalk space.
Tabby Belle’s Boutique is celebrating five years in business this December.
Idaho Fish and Game will set up lymph node collection stations in Benewah County as part of its plan to monitor for chronic wasting disease among Idaho’s deer population.
The Calder’s School Parent’s Club plans to have it’s annual community Thanksgiving dinner. But this year will see some changes to the program due to COVID-19.
The Tri-Community Library in Fernwood is selling raffle tickets for its annual Harvest Festival.
SPAN of Benewah County plans to host a free workshop for those seeking answers during a period of grief.
Area churches are working together to provide Christmas gifts for children outside of the U.S.
Two students earned 4.0 GPAs at Kootenai Junior/Senior High for the first quarter, including senior Tatem Thomson and seventh grader Micheal Nyman.
Community members will have a shot at prizes this Christmas season. All they have to do is shop local.
The St. Maries School District needs parents to complete applications for free and reduced meals.
While the COVID-19 pandemic may have put a stunt on Veteran’s Day activities this year for the American Legion Post 25, the group still plans to gather to show their support.
A woman was arrested on multiple charges after leaving the scene of an accident.
A Pennsylvania man faced with multiple Idaho Fish and Game violations will pay more than $2,000 in court costs.
A Plummer man is charged with two counts of battery following a domestic incident with his pregnant wife.
A log truck rollover ended without injury, Oct. 29, 2020.
The annual Hope's Haven Dutch Oven Dinner has been canceled this year due to COVID-19.
A sidewalk ordinance for the city of St. Maries is under review after it was tabled at the Oct. 26 meeting.