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It's Your Business: The Habit offers ‘Coffee & Canvas’ class


Kooskia’s Coffee and Cream drive-through offers exceptional soft-serve ice cream.

Photo by Lorie Palmer
Kooskia’s Coffee and Cream drive-through offers exceptional soft-serve ice cream.



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Lorie Palmer

Sign up now for Learn to Dance: The Nightclub Twostep with Jeff and Carla Wilkins, presented by Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach. This is set for Tuesdays Nov. 7 and 14, 6-7:30 p.m. Cost is $30 per couple. Call coordinator Carla at 208-983-2164 or e-mail cnwilkins@lcsc.edu.

Speaking of dance, Shirley’s Dance Studio is still in Grangeville, each Monday, at the United Methodist Church basement. Tap, jazz and lyrical dances for all ages. Call 509-758-6510.

The Habit in Cottonwood is offering some upcoming classes including Coffee and Canvas Saturday, Oct. 28, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Cost is $35 to paint with Prairie High School art instructor Shane Chapman. No experience required. Stop by 406 King Street or call 208-507-2745.

Oscar’s Restaurant in Grangeville has new winter hours: Monday-Saturday, 3 to 9 p.m. Stop by 101 East Main Street or call 208-983-2106.

Public television (KUID) viewers in the Cottonwood, Grangeville, Kamiah and Kooskia areas will need to rescan their televisions between Oct. 15 and 31 as the Cottonwood translator is being replaced.

Don’t forget, the Canteen Grill at the Idaho County Veterans and Community Center, 318 East Main Street, Grangeville, is open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Also, Taco Thursday offers three for $5 tacos from 5 to 8 p.m. Call 208-983-9387.

Are you in need of children or adult Halloween costumes? Syringa Thrift Store has a variety of pre-owned as well as a plethora of new, in-the-package costumes available for purchase. Stop by the shop on U.S. Highway 95 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

A new White Bird business, Hammer Down River Excursions, is located at 145 River Street (old liquor store). They are offering jet boat trips, fishing trips and evening dinner cruises as well as tips and videos on fishing techniques and other helpful tidbits. Call owner Homer Brown at 208-839-9993 or go to the web site www.hdriverexcursions.com.

Do you have winter hats and gloves you don’t have a use for? Grangeville High School senior Anthony Nadiger’s senior project includes collecting these items for local kids in need.

Collection boxes are currently located at GHS, Cash and Carry Marketplace, Asker’s Harvest Foods, and Larson’s. Boxes will be out until Nov. 10.

Pine Tree Community Credit Union’s Riggins branch bid adieu to Margaret Chambliss when she recently retired after 10 years.

In other Pine Tree news, the credit union is again partnering with Bud’s Power Sports in Cottonwood for the third annual holiday food drive. For every dollar donated, Pine Tree and Bud’s will match a dollar each! Make donations at Bud’s or PTCCU in Riggins and Grangeville.

This Thursday, Oct. 20, PTCCU will celebrate International Credit Union Day. Stop by to be entered in a drawing for a prepaid VISA card, have refreshments and, while they last, get a free reusable tote bag.

My college alma mater finally did it. Northwest Nazarene University is no longer the Crusaders. They are the Nighthawks. That is all I have to say about that. On another note, my high school classmate (Ferndale High School, Ferndale, Wash., class of 1986) and his football team have had some successes lately that I have tuned into a little bit. That’s Doug Pederson, coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Always a great athlete and all-around nice guy in high school.



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