Grangeville pulled away with a 43-18 win over Moscow Friday night at GHS and Kamiah handled Zero Week visitor, Victor; Salmon River ran into a powerhouse, Troy.
A Meridian woman is set for sentencing this fall for involvement in May’s US Bank robbery in Cottonwood.
Anger is a suspected factor in a vehicle accident last week that resulted in a minor injury, a neighborhood power disruption, thousands of dollars in utility damages and the arrest of the driver on multiple misdemeanor charges.
It’s time for the annual free lunch session. Kamiah Barbecue Days are this weekend and will feature the free barbecue Saturday evening.
Never underestimate the power of a grassroots newsletter. After all, it’s what got legislative assistant Rebecca S. Cotton from her D.C. office to Grangeville.
Inattentive driving is a suspected factor in last Thursday’s single-vehicle crash that resulted in the death of Matthew K. Seubert, 26, of Greencreek.
Gross sales were up 13 percent from last year for the Idaho County Fair 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale, totaling $272,866, though animal numbers were down.
Falling out of the sky isn’t a circumstance for enthusiasm. Unless you’re held in check by 350-plus-square feet of nylon parachute. Then that’s a time to be cheering.
Idaho County fair results and photos here!
Next Tuesday, the Grangeville City Council will be considering approval of the proposed $5,426,922 fiscal year 2015 budget.
Craig Gehrke has spent more than 30 years in a land-conservation career — working to set aside more wilderness in Idaho for The Wilderness Society and focusing on forest and range management issues on public lands. But Gehrke recently learned firsthand about the potential for implementing conservation measures on private lands — on his family’s ranch near Cottonwood.
Grangeville resident Joseph P. Chmelik was transported for medical treatment following an Aug. 18 accident on Glenwood Road.
A Kooskia man was cited for inattentive driving following a vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 12 last week involving a commercial building.
Chances for success improve when you are engaged with partners sharing mutual goals. And we have a lightly tapped resource that could be the catalyst for such a cooperative effort.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests have been working to revise our land management plan (forest plan), which provides strategic direction for the forest for the next 10 to 15 years.
Letter: Lynn Dufur Grangeville
Disneyland isn’t the happiest place on earth! I believe Grangeville’s recycling center is.
Letter: Mike Mitchell Lewiston
If you want guns in schools — vote Republican. If you want sensible gun laws — vote Democrat.
Letter: SSgt. Jarrod P. Johnson Afganistan
Thank you and everyone who had a hand in the care package! I knew it was going to be a good one just by the weight of the box.
Letter of thanks: Ivy Leach incident commander - Northern Rockies Type II Incident Management Team
The Northern Rockies Type II Incident Management Team