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Holiday happenings 2014

Holiday events throughout Idaho County.

North Central Idaho grazing conference set in Lewiston

Crop management, biocontrol methods for weeds and other topics will be addressed at the 11th annual North Central Idaho Grazing Conference, set for Jan. 6 in Lewiston.

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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.

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Cut Outs

Renew public art efforts in county

We’ve had our heads hunkered down for so long trying to make a living that we may have forgotten those things that make life enjoyable. Public art is one.

Nation shows clear need for comprehensive tax reform

One of my top priorities in the new Congress remains reforming our nation’s overly burdensome tax code as part of creating a competitive, national economy that encourages innovation and job growth.

Congressional, presidential squatters?

Endowment sections in Western states are not producing adequate funding for local education.

ACLU attempts to interrupt joy

Letter: Al Bolden White Bird

This is the season when the Christians of the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and the message his birth brings to the world; Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Man and hope for us all.

Town’s lighted parade a success

White Bird News

I’m sorry I missed the news last week, and it will happen again. I hope that everyone is having a good Christmas season.

Program brings neighbors out

Lowell, Syringa News

Right this minute it is 9:10. a.m. and 11 seconds a.m. on 12-13-14, a very interesting date, but not as great as 012345, which happens to be my birthday!

RES program to be held Dec. 17

Riggins News

The “Gift of Music” will celebrate the holiday season with a free music event for the whole community at the Salmon Rapids Lodge’s Big Salmon River Room this Saturday, Dec. 20, at 6 p.m.

Christmas drama is Dec. 19

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Robert and Joy Lee are having their delightful Santa Land again this year. Seven animated exhibits, angels, Santas, two trains, trees and gazillions of lights. Always a “must see” for the holiday season. Call Joy at 926-4223 for an appointment and take the entire family and friends to see this beautiful, joyful, love-filled place.

Church service slated

Cottonwood News

Emmanuel Baptist Church is proud to present a Christmas cantata – “Christ Was Born for This,” performed by The Whispering Pines Southern Baptist Association Choir, on Dec.

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Tempus Fugit: December 17, 2014

A look at the history of Idaho County.

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Shy Around Santa

More than 80 people attended Breakfast with Santa at the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene Saturday, Dec. 13. Pastor Larry Clark helped spread the love of Jesus Christ dressed as Santa for this third annual community event...

Santa will visit Dec. 20

Elk City News

“You are invited to fellowship in the name of Jesus,” so says the Baptist Church as they invite all to attend their Christmas celebrations.

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Craft Fair Fun

The 29th annual Grangeville Food and Gift Fair brought in hundreds of shoppers to Grangeville Elementary Middle School Dec. 6.

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Tree of Lights: Loved ones remembered

“This is an opportunity for us to remember our loved ones who have passed on in a very meaningful way,” said Dr. Danny Griffis.

‘Roberta’s Tea’ set for Saturday

Friends and family are invited to celebrate the life of Roberta Berrey Saturday, Dec. 20, 1 p.m., at the Hearthstone Bakery in Kamiah. Bring photos, stories and memories to share.

GEMS PTA meeting set for today

The Grangeville Elementary Middle School PTA meeting has been changed to today, Wednesday, Dec. 17, 4 p.m., in the GEMS art room.


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