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LPOSD Record-High Supplemental Levy Once again LPOSD is running a record-high supplemental levy on March 12th. This one is for $25.4 million – $8.4 million higher than the one two years ago. That’s a whopping […]
LPOSD’s Insatiable Appetite For Taxpayer Money The Lake Pend Oreille School District has become widely known for its insatiable appetite for taxpayer money, no matter the economy, no matter its enrollment figures, or the impact […]
LPOSD’s Dire Predictions If Levy Does Not Pass LPOSD’s dire prediction for what will happen if their upcoming supplemental levy doesn’t pass looks a lot like the scenario from 2017, 2015, 2013, and every other […]
Human Rights Club in Priest River Dear Readers: Are your children part of a secret club at Priest River High School? High School science teacher Shannon Wilson initiated a “Human Rights Club” without community or parental […]
LPOSD Salary Excesses If you’re wondering why LPOSD levies are getting higher all the time, it’s mostly the salaries. Superintendent Woodward admits that they make up about 84% of the budget and in the upcoming […]
School District Wants 49% Increase in Levy The biennial LPOSD supplemental levy will be on the ballot this March. Here are some facts to consider before going to the polls March 12th: The district is […]
The Swamp Around Sandpoint’s Hospital Open meeting violations, conflicts of interests, obstruction of trustee duties, backroom deals, and using taxpayer money to subsidize a private business. No, this is not Boise. We have our own […]
The Road to Ada County As a refugee from the Golden State, I understand the importance of structure, both physical and political. A visit to the Winchester Mystery House as a teen, was a formidable […]
Thank You Everyone Who Came Out To Vote The Bonner County Republican Central Committee wishes to thank everyone who came out to vote in the November election. The voter turnout of 73% was impressive. While […]