Boundary County Court Records - Feb. 22, 2024
Nicole Ann Britton (DOB 1982) of Troy, charged with controlled substance-possession, a felony, on Nov. 22, 32023. Disposition: Dismissed on motion of Prosecutor. Nicole Ann Britton (DOB 1982) of Troy, charged with controlled substance-possession, marijuana, a misdemeanor, on Nov. 22, 2023. Disposition: Dismissed on motion of Prosecutor. Nicole Ann Britton...
State Fugitive Wanted on Multiple Warrants Located Deceased in Athol, Idaho
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho – Yesterday morning, the U.S. Marshals Greater Idaho Fugitive Task Force located fugitive Todd Miller in a residence off Kelso Lake Road in Athol. Miller, 50 years old, is a Moyie Springs, ID, resident with extensive ties in Kootenai County and Bonner County. On February 2, 2024, the Boundary County District Court in Bonners Ferry, Idaho issued a felony arrest warrant for Miller charging him with Forcible Penetration, Sexual Abuse of a Child and Indecent Exposure. Also, on February 14, 2024, the Kootenai County District Court in Coeur d’Alene issued a felony arrest warrant for Miller charging him with Failure to Appear stemming from a drug charge.
This Week In History - Feb. 22, 2024
Tom Nicholson is having the frame building on the lots at the corner of Main and Railroad streets, removed preparatory to the construction of a one story brick which will cost approximately $20,000. The Seattle Cafe building and the Draves Harness Shop building are being moved to face on Railroad Avenue.
Bonners Ferry community blood drives announced
Vitalant Blood Drive will be in Bonners Ferry on March 12 and March 16. In preparation for the upcoming solar eclipse, this month’s blood drive is eclipse-themed and donors will receive a free pair of solar eclipse glasses and a T-shirt. There is a limited number of items In addition, those who donate will be entered for a chance to win one of four $5000 gift cards.
Troy man enters plea on drug, fleeing charges
A Troy man facing multiple charges after an alleged drug buy and police pursuit earlier this year recently pleaded not guilty to the offenses.Jesse David Rebo, 42, is charged with felony criminal possession of dangerous drugs and a pair of misdemeanors, including fleeing from a police officer and driving on a suspended license. He entered his plea in Lincoln County District Court on Jan. 29.He remains lodged in the Lincoln County Detention Center on $25,000 bail.Judge Matt Cuffe scheduled his next court hearing for Feb. 26.According to the probable cause statement by Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Brandon Holzer, he...
Forest Service seeks feedback on fuels reduction proposal near Bonners Ferry
BONNERS FERRY — The USDA Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management are seeking feedback on a proposal to treat more than 11,000 acres of forested public lands near Bonners Ferry to reduce the wildfire danger to communities and improve overall forest health into the future. The Katkee...
Boys hoops off to state, District and League Champs
BONNERS FERRY — Junior guard Asher Williams scored 20 of his game-high 32 points in the first half for the top-seeded Bonners Ferry Badgers in a win over second-seeded Timberlake to sweep the best-of-3 game 3A District 1 championship series at Bonners Ferry High. The Badgers clinched a berth...
13 Badger boys qualify for state
SPIRIT LAKE — Saber Blackmore (120), Brandon Williams (126), Israel Johnson (145), Eli Leyden (160) and Taylor Dodd (285) won the district championship for Bonners Ferry at the two-team state qualifying tournament at Timberlake High on Thursday, Feb. 15. Timberlake received forfeit for the 98 and 106 weight classes....
One man’s mission to shine a light on veteran suicide
Todd Schwalm is a Troy resident who has taken up a Facebook challenge to move 60 miles in a month. He is doing this to highlight the alarming issue of veteran's suicide. This is not an easy task for Todd since he shattered his femur in an accident last year. His movement involves daily 2-mile increments by either walking on crutches or traveling in his wheelchair. This is not an easy task to undertake in Montana in February. He is raising money for“Stop Soldier Suicide” (https://stopsoldiersuicide.org/). Donations can be made directly to the organization or through his Facebook page.Todd has a very...
Troy man admits to evidence tampering after killing a grizzly bear
A Troy resident has admitted to tampering with evidence after shooting a grizzly bear on his property in 2020. Othel Lee Pearson pled guilty to two federal charges of tampering with evidence and failure to report the taking of a grizzly bear. Grizzlies in the lower 48 states are federally protected under the Endangered Species Act.
Badger girls reclaim District 1-2 title, six off to state
SPIRIT LAKE — The Badgers reclaimed the District I-II girls wrestling title on Feb. 15, with five wrestlers competing in the championship round. Two, Neveah Therrien (107) and Savannah Rickter (152), claimed individual titles as well. The team title is the Badgers’ first since winning the first District I-II...
Athlete of the Week: Eli Leyden, boys wrestling
Eli Leyden, a senior, is named athlete of the week for Bonners Ferry boys wrestling. At 160 pounds, Leyden won the 3A Intermountain League district championship on Thursday, Feb. 15. Leyden went 2-0, beating out Timberlake’s Lincoln Wyndham and fellow Badger Alex Stolley. He will advance to the state championship....
Break barriers at the 9B Ladies Event
Boundary County women will gather together to break mindset barriers at the 9B Ladies Event on March 10 at the Kootenai River Inn. For years the 9B Ladies Event, put on by the Bonners Ferry Chamber of Commerce, has been a highly anticipated event where local women meet up to learn, socialize, and get inspired. In the past, the event has been geared toward female entrepreneurs; however, this year, organizers have decided to broaden the event to appeal to all women who are looking to be empowered.
From the Archives - Feb. 22, 2024
Henry J. Klebert was born in New York in 1889. By the age of 20 he married Anna, and they resided in New Jersey. Hank wanted to see what the “West” was like, so he left his wife with his parents and traveled to Idaho. In the 1920 census records, Hank was listed as “single” and a “boarder” in Boundary County, Idaho.
How personal income has changed in Boundary County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Boundary County, Idaho and how it compares to state and national levels.
Building community in Bonner and Boundary counties
The National Alliance on Mental Illness Far North branch will host a fundraiser and info session on Thursday, Feb. 29 for the Sand Creek Clubhouse — an upcoming project that will help reintegrate people living with serious mental illness into the community. Though people around the world have benefited from the Clubhouse International’s model for the past 30 years, the SCC will be Idaho’s first accredited branch.
WILD ART-Pitiful Players perform in south Lincoln County
The Pitiful Players proudly present, “Snow White and the Magnificent Seven” this weekend in Libby and Troy. Shows will be at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, and 7 p.m. Saturday Feb. 24, at the Maki Theatre in Libby. At 2 p.m. Sunday, the performance will be held at the Lincoln Theatre in Troy. All shows are are fun and free. (Photo courtesy Pitiful Players)
The gas price fluctuate between $2.99 and $3.05 in Bonners Ferry as of 2024-02-22. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.270, a week ago the price is $3.278 , according to AAA.
Boys Basketball: Badgers win Game 1 of Districts
BONNERS FERRY — Junior Asher Williams scored a game-high 25 points for the top-seeded Badgers in a win over the second-seeded Tigers in Game 1 of the best-of-3 game 3A District 1 championship series at Bonners Ferry High. Senior Trey Bateman scored 17 points for Bonners Ferry (18-3), which...
Boundary County Calendar - Feb. 22-March 3, 2024
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