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Scotchman Peaks…

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Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by »

Sagle resident, Lexie de Fremery, writes a letter to the editor featured in the March 16th, 2017 issue of The Sandpoint Reader.  In her letter, she rebuts a letter penned by former Idaho Fish and Game [» Read More...]


Protect Natural Resources…

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Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by »

Former U.S. Forest Service employee, Jodi Kramer, professes her support for Wilderness in the Scotchman Peaks and discusses the “hundreds of public meetings” held during the Forest Planning Process.


Tired of Untruths with Scotchman Peaks

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Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by »

Marty Stitsel is “tired of untruths with Scotchman Peaks” and sets some facts straight in his March 9th, 2017 Letter to the Editor featured in The Sandpoint Reader.



Protect Wilderness…

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Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by »

In the March 9th, 2017 issue of The Sandpoint Reader, Jolanda Van Ooyen, writes a letter to the editor in support of Wilderness designation in the Scotchman Peaks so that future generations will have a reminder [» Read More...]


Preserve Wilderness…

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Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by »

In her March 2nd, 2017 Letter to the Editor in the Sandpoint Reader, Deb Hunsicker, urges community members to “provide some balance in our land use and protect space for those… who want a place [» Read More...]


Take Scotchman’s off the Auction Block

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Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by »

FSPW Board Member and Hope, ID resident, Neil Wimberley encourages everyone to “get behind Sen. Risch’s leadership” as he describes how Wilderness designation will “affect our community.”