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County producers to present at Jan. 8 grazing conference

Two Idaho County ag producers will be presenters at the upcoming Three Rivers Grazing Conference in Lewiston. Dion Heckman of White Bird, and Derrick Stuivenga of Grangeville, will be presenting on using drones for cattle surveillance and herding.

December 13, 2018 10:32 a.m. read more..
    

Internet infrastructure needs discussed at informational meeting

With leaders from Idaho County and the cities of Winchester, Craigmont, Grangeville, Cottonwood and Nezperce in the crowd, Idaho Department of Commerce senior economic development advisor George Lynch opened an informational meeting Dec. 5 at Cottonwood City Hall with a plainspoken description of why broadband Internet access matters enough to merit state and local government attention.

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Clovis retires after 35 years with Gortsema

“I’ve been really fortunate – this job has been more like a hobby to me,” said Mike Clovis. On Dec. 21, the shortest day of the year, Clovis will have his shortest workday: He will leave Gortsema Motors and delve into the land of retirement.

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MVSD’s Johnson takes Lewiston Library job

After 11 years as the Mountain View School District 244 librarian, Lynn Johnson will be shelving her last books for the district. Johnson was recently hired as the Lewiston Library director by the Lewiston Library Board of Trustees. Her first day on the job will be Jan. 14, 2019.

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Food preservation class set for January

Do you want to learn how to safely can, dry or freeze your garden’s bounty? University of Idaho Extension invites you to enroll in Preserve@Home, an online food preservation class to teach individuals how to safely preserve a variety of foods. Participants learn how to produce high-quality, preserved foods and the science behind food preservation and food safety.

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Hospice memorial program draws crowd

“I welcome you all here today who come to remember those who have left an indelible mark on our lives,” said Dr. Danny Griffis. Griffis spoke at the annual Syringa Hospice Tree of Lights Memorial program held at the senior center Sunday afternoon, Dec. 9. Close to 200 people attended the event. Griffis is the medical director of Syringa Hospice, a position he has been in since 2010.

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Stars Dance Academy

Stars Dance Academy presented its recital “Christmas Stories,” Saturday, Dec. 8, at Grangeville High School. More than 50 dance students participated in the program under the direction of instructor Lori Zechmann (see Stars Dance Academy on Facebook).

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Kamiah play set for Dec. 17, 19

The Kamiah Characters Theater Club will be presenting “Star Tracks: The Exposition Menace” at the Kamiah Multipurpose Room on Monday, Dec. 17, and Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 6:30 p.m. There will be an intermission, complete with a bake sale.

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