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Season Rolls Into Town

When Santa rolls through Cottonwood, you know Christmas isn’t far behind.

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Ready to shine: GHS in the running for GRAMMY recognition

Grammy Awards aren’t just for the rich and famous. Grangeville High School’s band is one of 120 schools nationwide up for a Grammy.

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Stove ashes cause minor smoke incident at trailer park

Fire Chief Tackett advises care in disposing embers

Still-smoldering stove ashes resulted in a minor ignition incident at West Side Trailer Court last week.

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Rural workload can be tough on healthcare professionals

Physician and nursing shortages are nothing new in rural areas.

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Idaho County Shootout

The annual Idaho County Shootout raised more than $10,000 for local food banks — about $6,000 less than the event raised last year. Organizers decided ahead of time that the traveling trophy would not be awarded this year.



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    Football Fete

    About 120 Grangeville football supporters — including parents, players and coaches — turned out for a banquet dinner Dec. 10 at Oscar’s Restaurant to honor the 2014 team’s accomplishments, which included several new school record performances by the school’s most prolific quarterback-to-receiver combination.

    Campers face higher fees at local sites

    Regional forester Faye Krueger recently approved the recommendation from the Coeur d’ Alene Bureau of Land Management Resource Advisory Committee (BLM RAC) to increase recreation fees for several sites on the Nez Perce-Clearwater Forests.

    Ski Patrol plans OEC certificate course in 2015

    Anyone interested in learning outdoor emergency medicine may sign up for a 100-hour training course to be held on Thursday nights at the Soltman Center in Grangeville starting in January 2015.

    Trapping course offered Jan. 10

    Are you a new trapper or interested in learning about fur trapping in Idaho?