Two small prescribed broadcast burns are helping Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) get rid of the fire hazards from logging slash and preparing the ground for new seedlings.
Report of a fast-moving fire.
Debbie Ilene Morley, 56, DUI, $1,790.50, 2 years probation, 2 years determinate time, 3 years indeterminate time, penitentiary suspended, 180 days in county jail, 30 days absolute, will be allowed work release after initial 30 days.
Notes from the Idaho County Commission Sept. 22. Guests/Presenters: Syd Fuzzell-Claims; Jerry Zumalt-Phone System Upgrade; Kathy Ackerman-Designation of Polling Places; Connie Jensen-Blyth and Richard Spencer-Fire Rehab Planning; Gene Meinen-BLM Right-of-Way; Kirk MacGregor-Ada County Pathology Agreement, Juvenile Detention MOU; Mark Frei-Solid Waste Mega Site Update; Kelly Lineberry-Request for Exemption of Church Property. Approvals: Claims totaling $140,150.64; Valence Phone Upgrade; Designation of polling places for November 3 election; Wage and salary increases as requested by department heads; Hiring of Cody Parker as Detention Officer; Levy Rates for Taxing Districts; Certificates of Residency; BLM Right-of-Way; Juvenile Detention MOU; Life Center Church exemption; Minutes of the Sept. 15 meeting. An official copy of the minutes of this meeting will be available at www.idahocounty.org upon approval by the Idaho County Board of Commissioners.
GIRL SCOUT CAMPGROUND — Pristine beauty, rugged dirt roads and a blazing fire make for an inviting campground. Add 50 sixth-grade students, a plethora of parent, teacher and community volunteers, and it’s Grangeville’s annual outdoor classroom event, or what’s commonly called The Sixth Grade Campout.
Fall Lecture Series
The Historical Museum at St. Gertrude announces the 15th Annual Fall Lecture Series. These free events, held on Thursdays during the month of October, provide insights into the history of the region. Lectures begin at 7 p.m., and end at 8:30 p.m., and each event includes a Q&A session with the presenter. Light refreshments are provided.
Does your child get bored while reading alone? Maybe he needs a “Reading Buddy.”
Is Idaho County getting grayer? Yes, but it is also showing an increase in younger-age populations as well, according to estimates recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Election 2015: Rapid River Water & Sewer District
If approved, district patrons could see at minimum a $10 water rate increase, and construction on the approximately million-dollar project would tentatively start in fall 2016.
For the next 12 months, U.S. Forest Service visitors will be asked to provide information that will shape recreation opportunities on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest now and in the future.
Sometimes it takes year of planning – even nearly 20 years – for a project to come to fruition. Kids Klub, Inc., board members and staff know about that. The non-profit organization is currently researching and implementing funding options to build their one facility.
Pristine beauty, rugged dirt roads and a blazing fire make for an inviting campground. Add 50 sixth-grade students, a plethora of parent, teacher and community volunteers, and it’s Grangeville’s annual outdoor classroom event, or what’s commonly called The Sixth Grade Campout.
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will be offering a variety of times for their patients to receive flu vaccinations in the upcoming month.
Oct. 11 deadline for public comments
Seven Salmon River boat ramps from Pine Bar to Shorts Bar will eventually be renovated, if a proposal the Bureau of Land Management published earlier this month goes off.
Building, vehicles tools lost in Sept. 27 Grangeville blaze
Cause and point of origin are currently unknown for a Sunday afternoon fire that blazed through a Grangeville shop destroying vehicles, tools and personal property.
Runners were up bright and early Saturday morning, Sept. 26, for the second annual Flamingo Fun Run 5K, starting at Grangeville Lions Park. The fund-raising event benefits finding a cure for SMA (spinal muscular atrophy), the number one genetic killer of children younger than age 2. Saturday’s event drew 81 runners/walkers and raised more than $5,000. Pictured here is participant Ellie Harrison of Rigby. Flamingo Fun Run results are on page 10B.
Cottonwood Livestock Auction, Sept. 25; Lewiston Livestock Auction, Sept. 23; CHS Primeland, Sept. 28.
Stolen vehicle found in Lewiston; Books accidentally thrown out; City council met Sept. 21.
In 2015, St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation Board has approved giving more than $88,000 in funds to the hospital. With these funds St. Mary’s has been able to purchase new lights and scales for the emergency room, new radios for the ambulance crew, a TV for the ultra sound room so OB patients can view their babies, and literature for the Alzheimer’s group. The bulk of the money will go toward purchasing new colonoscopes.
It's Your Business
Syringa Hospital and Clinics is inviting the public to an Open House of the Syringa Kooskia Clinic, 022 North Main Street, Thursday, Oct. 1, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.