Once again, the Boundary County Victim Services (BCVS) will be hosting its annual Fall Festival Fashion Show. During this evening of fundraising, event attendees can expect a night of laughter, familiar faces and exciting auction, all while creating a platform to share knowledge and resources for victims and families of domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
“For this event we concentrate on and emphasize togetherness, community and laughter amongst old friends and new faces,” says Melissa Krejci, a volunteer with BCVS. “We choose to focus on...
2019 marks the 99th year that the Bonners Ferry community has enjoyed the excitement of its annual Boundary County Fair—with 2020 to mark its centennial! A tradition that continues year after year, the fair offers four days of smiles, laughter and enjoyment for all ages.
Held at the Boundary County Fairgrounds August 14 through 17, this year’s theme is “It’s All the Buzz.”
Opening ceremonies will take place Wednesday, August 14 at 6:30pm in the Indoor Arena, with the baked goods auction held during opening ceremonies. $2,100 was raised last year,...
Join the Friends of Kootenai Wildlife Refuge on Friday, July 12, for a presentation on the bat population at the refuge. The presentation, which will take place at the Environmental Education Center at the Wildlife Refuge, will begin at 7pm and is open to the public.
Leading the presentation is Jenny Barnett, a biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Jenny will be providing general information on bats and the types of bats found on the refuge.
“We have used acoustic detectors to identify what species of bats use the refuge,” explained J...
Dirt will be flying and riders will be soaring at the Boundary County Fairgrounds as 9B Arenacross returns for a second go. The race is put on by a team of dedicated local riders who are committed to encouraging more people to get involved in dirt bike racing while at the same time providing an event that’s exciting, safe and family friendly.
The dirt track with all its tight turns, bumps and jumps will be ready to test an expected 80 to 100 riders on Saturday, June 29. Races begin at 6pm and the pros are competing for a purse of $9,000. Arenac...
It’s a time to celebrate all the accomplishments of our amazing senior class and wish them well as they begin a new chapter in their lives.
The graduation ceremony for the Bonners Ferry High School seniors will take place on Saturday, June 1, at 11am at the football field. Principal Kevin Dinning said that this is a change from what was previously a 1pm ceremony, a change that was precipitated by a desire to have more family time between the ceremony and the senior class’s all-night party.
Speaking at this year’s ceremony will be Valedictorian Co...
It’s Moyie Mudbog’s biggest event of the season, and one that keeps mothers returning year after year to enjoy some muddy fun on their special day.
The Mudder Day event will take place from May 10 through 12 at 1710 Eileen Road in Moyie Springs. With a mud pit, rock crawl, food vendors, bonfires, gift shop and music, there is fun for the whole family!
This year tickets are $30 for ages 13 and older and $10 for children 6 to 12. Anyone with a military identification and children 5 and younger are free.
Imagine a world where children are abandoned by their parents—either dropped off at an orphanage or simply left on the street. That is the reality for many halfway around the world in Latvia, a country of nearly 2 million people that became independent from the Soviet Union in 1991. But thanks to many around the world and right here in Bonners Ferry, those children are given a chance to not only survive but thrive.
Eagle’s Wings Camp in Latvia is a faith-based camp whose goal is to provide Latvian children a place where they are loved, nurtured...
The Fry Healthcare Foundation is once again hosting its annual Festival of Hearts fundraiser, a memorable event that brings the community together in support of health-care services in our area. Now in its third year, the Festival of Hearts will take place on Saturday, February 9, at the Kootenai River Inn in Bonners Ferry.
Each year, the goal of the event is to raise funds to assist Boundary Community Hospital in purchasing new equipment, thereby building upon the already exceptional care patients receive.
Shorter days and icy roads make driving this time of year more dangerous. There are many myths surrounding winter driving safety. See if you can distinguish fact from fiction.
It is not likely that I will ever be involved in a motor vehicle crash.
Unfortunately, according to the AAA foundation for traffic safety, more than one in five drivers report having been involved in a crash which resulted in at least one person requiring hospital care. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports 6,400 U.S. citizens are injured every day in a cras...
At 8am each Thursday, volunteers are busy at work at United Methodist Church in Bonners Ferry preparing a meal for up to 100 people. A weekly tradition for two years, the community meal is open to everyone.
Melanie Staples has been involved in hosting the community meal since it began and feels blessed to be a part of it. “A former pastor at United Methodist came up with the idea, and we took a leap of faith,” said Melanie. “We chose to host the luncheon on Thursdays as that is the day the Senior Center is closed.”