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It's Your Business Lorie Palmer 983-1200 lpalmer@idahocountyfreepress.com

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Pat Holthaus of Cottonwood was the winner of the 4-wheeler which was given away at Bud’s PowerSports open house. Shown are Pat and Cheri Holthaus and their granddaughters Macy and Kenzie Blevins.

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The above-bench was installed this summer at Pioneer (City) Park to honor Orrin, Eleanora and Jim Webb. The bench was dedicated from the Grangeville Police Department and sits facing Main Street toward Les Schwab Tire Center.

An open house is set for North Idaho Correctional Institution in Cottonwood recognizing their 40th anniversary Thursday, Aug. 7, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a ceremony taking place at 1 pm. Tours of the facility will be available.

Pine Tree Community Credit Union will host its customer appreciation day at both the Grangeville and Riggins locations Friday, Aug. 8, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch will be served and those present can enter to win a $40 VISA card. In addition, free reusable grocery bags will be available while they last.

St. Mary’s Hospital will have a free blood pressure and BMI (body mass index) station set up at the Elk City Clinic during Elk City Days Saturday, Aug. 9.

The huckleberries are ripe but don’t worry, you have not missed out. There are plenty of green berries, too! This is one of those years when you drive out to the woods —- even just up to Fish Creek – the aroma of the berries is in the air. Lots of people are out picking and the berries we did get so far are plump and nice. There are literally more than I have seen in all my 20 years in Grangeville. Tons. Take a drive, take a whiff and get some of these delicacies. For the first round my mom, brother and I went after work one evening. It was so much cooler in the mountains than it was in Grangeville and the dogs also enjoyed a nice run. Then Avery helped pick Sunday night and we now have nearly two gallons!

Jeff Scott has been with Avista in Grangeville for more than a decade and recently accepted a promotion and moved to Spokane. Dan Austin will be the new manager. Look for more information on him soon.

Do you want to get some of the best peaches ever? Stop in at Killgore’s in White Bird in the next few weeks. Steve Killgore said this will probably be the last year for fruit so you don’t want to miss out on this. Head toward White Bird and take a right like you’re headed to the Swiftwater RV Park and on toward Hammer Creek. You will run into Killgore’s Orchards. Bring your own containers and come between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Pay by the pound.

Nail Candy from Images (Gina Kennedy Campbell) will now do at-home pedicure parties! Weddings, birthdays, just-for-fun — you name it! Get the girlfriends together and have a party. Call the shop for details 983-2444.

It’s that time of year again – Grangeville High School music department’s Bulldog cards are for sale! Get them while they’re hot. So far they are at Shear Magic with Nikki Gortsema but look for students to have them once school starts, too.



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