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Sponsored content: Amy Hall enjoys job as CNA

“I enjoy my job and having the flexibility to help my dad, too,” she said. “This is a good place to work.”

August 17, 2018 11:21 a.m. read more..
  

Sponsored content: How to get a military or veteran ID card

A military ID card or dependent ID is a valuable card, which can unlock a variety of valuable benefits, such as health care through TRICARE, education benefits, and access base facilities, including the commissary, base exchange, MWR centers and other support agencies.

August 17, 2018 11:08 a.m. read more..


Sponsored content: Think smarter when watering, caring for yard during the heat

Now well into the dry heat of an Idaho County summer, your lawn may be showing the strain – and brown — of the season. But just dumping more water onto the ground may not be the solution. Think smarter on how better to maintain your yard in August.

August 17, 2018 11:07 a.m. read more..
 

Sponsored content: How equine assisted resilience coaching helps military men and women

Active duty military and veterans may be interested in an upcoming program July 27-28 that brings participants and horses together for a variety of activities, starting with simple care and grooming and including use of the horses for therapy and personal growth, known as equine assisted resilience coaching. The full days are filled with opportunities for learning and ample time for participants to bond with others who have shared similar experiences from their military careers.

July 24, 2018 3:18 p.m. read more..

Sports

Lindsley, GHS girls lead league

Grangeville’s Paige Lindsley put up big numbers in each of the GHS girls’ first two league games of the season. Beating Orofino and St. Maries puts Grangeville i...

January 16, 2019 9:16 a.m. read more..

GHS girls start CIL play 2-0

Just days after blowing out Orofino 64-18 at GHS, the Grangeville girls opened their second league game of the season with an 11-2 run which they extended to a 4...

January 16, 2019 9:13 a.m. read more..

Community



Peaceful march, talks set for this Saturday

Those who believe in the inclusion and equality of all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender or social class are invited to join the People’s March- Grangeville on Saturday, Jan. 19. The date was chosen to coincide with both the national women’s march and Martin Luther King Day weekend.

January 18, 2019 11:36 a.m. read more..


Help offered for energy assistance

The Community Action Partnership (CAP) may be able to help those who qualify with their utility bills. The assistance goes toward customers’ energy bills during the cold winter months.

January 16, 2019 6 a.m. read more..


Cottonwood News: Ski Butte is open

St. Anthony’s Society Crab Feed will be Saturday, Jan. 19, to be held at the Greencreek Hall. Tickets are $30/per person. Social hour begins 5:30 p.m., with dinner of tri-tip and crab starting at 6:30 p.m., and dance at 9 p.m. Dance only tickets are $8. Tickets available from B&A Auto and at the Cottonwood Credit Union, or evenings at 208-962-7781.

January 16, 2019 6 a.m. read more..


Clearwater Valley News: Clearwater Grange bazaar, Groundhog Feed are Feb. 3

The Clearwater Grange is looking for vendors for their bazaar and yard sale on Feb. 3. Do you have unsold inventory from the Christmas craft fairs or have you been making new items since then? Do you need an excuse to clean out some closets? The Clearwater Grange would love to fill the hall with vendors and welcomes new people to participate. The event is from 9 a.m-3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3, and coincides with the Groundhog Day breakfast at the Oddfellows Hall, which brings 400-plus people to town. Tables cost only $10 to rent. Call Carole Bonono at 208-926-7465 to reserve one. This is a fund-raiser for the historic, 100-year-old Grange Hall.

January 16, 2019 6 a.m. read more..

Opinion

 

Give flexibility; let’s let judges judge

While Idaho had good intentions 26 years ago, it’s time we made a decision based on what we know today. Idaho’s mandatory minimums for drug crimes generate real injustice and expense, with little if any deterrence.

January 16, 2019 6 a.m. read more..
 
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