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In the News: Aug. 9, 2017

Futuristic Forestry wins bid on King’s Bluff fire mitigation logging

Futuristic Forestry Services put in the winning bid for a four-acre timber cut at King’s Bluff, where fire mitigation department coordinator Randy Doman told the Idaho County Commission Aug. 1 there is need for ingress/egress for firetrucks upstream of the Kooskia National Fish Hatchery.

Futuristic bid $3,510 to cut 3.6 acres, or $975 per acre. One other bid was received.


In last week’s story on new Grangeville United Methodist Church Pastor Ryan Campbell, his wife’s name should have been listed as “Denise.”

Driver injured; crashes into light pole

GRANGEVILLE – Josh Campbell of Grangeville, sustained a minor injury following a Sunday, Aug. 6, vehicle accident on Main and Idaho streets in Grangeville. The incident was reported at 3:12 p.m. Cause of the accident is under investigation, according to Grangeville Police Chief Morgan Drew, but is likely due to a medical condition. A minor child, restrained in a car seat, was also involved but was uninjured. No further information was available.


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