Current Issue: Summer 2016
Sandpoint has gone to the DOGS. Yep, this issue is all about how our town is a canine’s best friend. Explore the town’s dog-loving culture and meet some dogs who share the lifestyle and some who make a difference in our lives. Plus check out the Ambassadog Contest and maybe even enter your dog.
Of course, that’s not all. Learn the history behind the names of local peaks, how the Idaho Community Foundation is powered locally, why sailing keeps one retired couple going, where to find super secret hiking spots, and what can be found at the bottom of the lake. Meet a trio of organic farmers, the Phi Center’s Iris DeMauro, bronze sculptor Steve Gevurtz, photographer and cultural volunteer Marsha Lutz, and seven generations of country gals. Delve into the history of Sandpoint’s 100-year-old railroad depot and plot your course for bicycling the International Selkirk Loop.
And there’s much more: lovely lakeside living, the off-the-grid lifestyle, a downtown blooming with business, natives and newcomers, lodging, eats and drinks, dining guide, and the ever-popular Sandpoint of View essay about, what else, dogs and a certain 1960s paper boy.Check it out! »