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It's Your Business: Stop by Hoene’s, win prizes

Saturday, Aug. 20, was a beautiful day outside Wolf Track Brewing and Tasting Den, on King Street in Cottonwood.

Photo by Lorie Palmer
Saturday, Aug. 20, was a beautiful day outside Wolf Track Brewing and Tasting Den, on King Street in Cottonwood.


It's Your Business Lorie Palmer 983-1200

The Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach program will offer some upcoming programs.

The Logs to Lumber Tour at Idaho Forest Group in Grangeville will be held Sept. 20. (Notice date change from a previously advertised date). Cost is $10.

From Plants to Tinctures, Tonics and Salves will be offered at the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood Nov. 19, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Cost is $40 and lunch is included.

Call coordinator Carla Nuxoll Wilkins at 983-2164 or e-mail to register.

CIAA Kamiah BBQ Days Art Walk displays will be throughout town from Monday, Aug. 29 to Saturday, Sept. 3. At press time, nine businesses in Kamiah will present the works of a featured artist. Businesses include Kamiah Community Library, Clearwater Valley Co-op and Co-op Café, Clearwater Progress, Hill Photographics, Freedom Northwest Credit Union, Kamiah Drug, The Log Yard, 3-D Video and Electronics, and Kamiah Post Office. Featured artists at this time are Zinona Hough, Joy Perkins, and Norma Pfaff from Kamiah; Marlene O’Neill from Clearwater; Joyce Close from Lucile; Ellamae Holes from Grangeville; Patty Ost from Orofino; and Kathryn Van Acker from White Bird.

Hoene Hardware Co., in Cottonwood, is having a series of prize drawings. Those entering must be 18 or older, one entry per household. The contest has begun with a variety of prizes available. Stop in to enter, 419 Main Street. Call 962-3661. Also, check out their new flooring department.

Nic Lustig, son of Dan and Edie Lustig of Grangeville, will be facing brain surgery and will have some time off work to recover. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help him out. Go to

Good job to all the kids at the fair with all the fabulous projects and hard work that went into the completion. Thanks to all the many volunteers who helped make the Idaho County Fair a success again. And special thanks to University of Idaho Extension Agent Jim Church for his 30 years of service to the fair.


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