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Pair arrested on felony meth charges

Tip leads to Valley County man allegedly mailing drug to Kooskia woman

Two people have been arrested on felony drug charges following a joint operation between the sheriff’s offices in Idaho and Valley counties and the U.S. Postal Inspector Service.

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Come in from the cold! The Gym now has two steam cedar saunas as well as an infrared sauna.

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How much is this going to cost? It’s one of the main questions people ask their auto mechanic. While most mechanics are honest people who strive to give complete, accurate estimates, it’s not always possible to foresee all the costs.

Sponsored content: Migraines? Know the signs

“Headaches can be occasional, frequent, dull and throbbing or cause debilitating pain and nausea,” said Dr. James Haug of Haug Chiropractic. “There are many types and causes of headaches. Muscle tension and migraine headaches are the most common types of headaches, but sinus infections and high blood pressure and other problems can lead to headaches.”

Sponsored content: Cooking from scratch at Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation

For Theresa Aiken, cooking for 50 isn’t too huge of a stretch. She has six children, the youngest two of which are still in high school. “I’m used to cooking for a lot of people,” she smiled.

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Have you ever had that zing in a tooth when eating ice cream, or moment of cringe when your hygienist is cleaning around certain teeth?These are actually popular experiences people have due to dentin hypersensitivity.

Sponsored content: DIY: Wine bottle planter

Winter continues for a while longer, but for many of us, we’re already thinking about spring planting. Until that cold and snow goes away so we can start getting our nails dirty in a spring soil, satisfy your green thumb addiction with an indoor garden project that also makes use of all those empties you’ve been tossing away while binge-watching Downton Abbey or Game of Thrones. Thought about a wine bottle planter?

Sponsored content: Agents: Working in your best interest

It’s no secret the real estate industry has evolved during the last decade. With the Internet, all the property search options and automated valuation calculators available, buyers have unprecedented access to property information at their fingertips, without depending on a real estate agent.

Sponsored content: Keep your kids safe on their ATVs

With winter on the way out, ATV enthusiasts are gearing up for the coming season. And that goes for the kids who will be riding soon, too.

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Not a Quilter? Many choices available! Guess what? If you want to quilt, you don’t have to make a quilt! That’s right, you can make lots and lots of other things besides an entire quilt. Like what you ask?

Sponsored content: Why some farmers sell out

More and more farmers are using auctions to buy and sell their equipment. “The cost of used farm equipment is on the rise,” says Kyle Musick, owner of “With the costs of new equipment, smaller farmers can’t justify buying their tractor from the local dealer.” So where do they go?

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Warm, wet weather system may bring more runoff

Concerns for travel corridors include Lolo Pass

Problems from rain and melting snow are forecasted to resume starting Thursday, Feb. 16, according to the National Weather Service office in Missoula. A warm and wet system, complete with mild temperatures and measurable rainfall, will occur Thursday through Friday. While this system will be quick to cross through the region, a total of a half- inch to an inch of rain is likely during this time.

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Ruklic ready for the rematch

Bulldog of the Week

Grangeville junior Ryan Ruklic was one of a couple of Bulldogs to score 14 points at Kamiah last Thursday — and Ruklic was one of the tall players who battled Orofino’s bigs effectively during a key league game the prior Monday, Feb. 6.


Trapshooting results.

Demo day slated at Lolo Pass

FEB. 15 UPDATE: EVENT CANCELED - Due to the recent warm temperatures and increasing runoff in the Lolo Pass Winter Recreation area, the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests has decided to cancel the Winter Demo Day that was planned for this Saturday, Feb. 18.

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Savages smack down Council, claim District III title

Salmon River overwhelmed Council during the second and third quarters of the Long Pin Conference’s district title game Feb. 7.

IDFG asking sportsmen not to stress game animals out

Winter provides great opportunities to view Idaho wildlife, but it is very important to enjoy the view from a distance. Winter can be very stressful for wildlife, especially in winters like this when snow is deep or crusted. brief

Spring youth soccer registration continues; Public meeting set; RMEF local chapter sets April 22 banquet; Football squad’s annual Boise State camp trip scheduled; New contractor means small difference for CAP hotline calls; Big game hunting proposals online.

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Pirates soaked by Lapwai’s surge

Girls basketball

Lapwai came in to the Whitepine League’s district tournament like a rising tide, and swept Potlatch 83-19 and Prairie 70-36. Under their own hoop, the Pirates held their ground, but Lapwai flooded every other inch of the floor.

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Bulldogs advance to play-in, fall as Marsing rallies late

Girls basketball

Freshman forward Jakaili Norman scored double-digits during Grangeville’s dominant first half last Saturday, Feb. 11, against 2A state tournament play-in foe Marsing and the GHS lead grew to eight, 35-27, on a Norman hoop during the third quarter.


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