1928: "We are planning to and have already done some work towards establishing a lookout on Boyer Peak in Southwestern Pend Oreille County. The work will be completed next spring. This will overlook a large area in Stevens, Pend Oreille and Spokane counties." (Division of Forestry Annual Report)
1929: "In eastern Washington three new lookouts were put into operation. One is Boyer Mountain in Pend Oreille county." (Division of Forestry Annual Report)
June 19, 1930: “Lookouts go to their stations today. Ernest Hart is to be stationed at Boyer lookout in the southwest part of the county on Blue Grouse Mountain.” (The Newport Miner)
1937: A timber tower was erected. "A Model No. 4 Osborne Fire Finder was purchased to equip the new Boyer Mountain lookout in Pend Oreille County." (Division of Forestry Annual Report)
July 23, 1938: Boyer Mountain Lookout received two-way radio equipment. (The Colville Examiner)
September 14, 1951: "State officials called in one lookout on Boyer mountain but, continued operation of five others. Fire patrol plane was being used to check lightning fires during the week." (The Statesman Examiner)
June 24, 1960: "Boyer mountain will not be manned this year and the money for its operation will be utilized for additional plane patrol after lightning storms, Wayne Rieper, district administrator for the department of natural resources, said." (Spokane Daily Chronicle)
1975: Vandals destroyed the tower. No replacement was erected.