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Toni Baker 983-7701 toni_wbrodeo@yahoo.com

— Good news. The hot weather has arrived. Bad news is the fires are still raging all over! No containment on the one up by Pollock, so that means that the fire camp is still at the rodeo arena, closing it to the public until further notice. We thank all the firefighters for all they are doing to help keep us safe!

Meetings coming up will be the WBARD one on the 13th at 7 p.m. The chamber will not be having one this month, but will resume in September.

Also, next week the Idaho County Fair begins on the 15th and runs through Saturday the 18th. There are all kinds of activities going on throughout the week, with the parade on the 18th. Come see what the community kids have been doing and help support them.

Check out the new revised restaurant (formerly Oscar’s) now known as The Trails Restaurant and Lounge in Grangeville. New owners, Mike and Judy Ozmer, want to let everyone know that they are up and running, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday - Fridays. Call 208-983-2106 for information. “Good choice of menu - something for everyone!”

For those who love area history, mark your calendars for Aug. 6 (Thursday) for a book signing at the Grangeville Veterans Center, starting at 11 a.m. This is known author Dana Lohrey, and the topic is on Elk City and their mining days. Call 208-791-4548 or go to fdlohrey@centurylink.net. Locally you can call 208-983-0155 or m2rabbit@mtida.net.

Have you seen the old car running around town? Rick Alley has an oldie that looks pretty spiffy. Cheryl has even been seen riding in it!

Here’s an upcoming event that you may want to think about. Plans for Labor Day? Call Killgore Adventures for a guided ATV/UTV ride into the Scenic Gospel Hump area Sept. 1-3, $137/person which includes rides, barbecue dinner Saturday night, and a Killgore Adventures T-shirt. They have plenty of lodging, RV, and tent spaces. Bring your ATV/UTV and make it a family weekend to remember! Book now by calling 1-800-469-8757 or 208-839-2227.

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Free Press / Toni Baker Ricky Alley’s “oldie” seen in town. Fire camp set up.

Birthday wishes go out to Mathew Bromley (12th), Keith Schultz, Clint Sickels, Steve Withers, Kira Stowers, Dennis Harvey (13th), Gail Lowe, Denise Fredrickson (16th), Jack Reese (17th).

In Memory of Rod Pilant (14th), Paul Filer (15th).

Anniversary wishes go out to Eloy & Gloria Pineda (12th), Marcus & Rachel Eidal (16th), and Brody & LeAnne Lowe (18th).

Our little town has been saddened with deaths, to the families of Tony Anderson, Laurie Bonwell (celebration of life will be Sat., Aug. 18, 3 p.m. the IOOF Hall. Potluck following), and most recent Duane Sickels (celebration of life will be on Saturday, Aug. 25, 10 a.m. at the IOOF Hall. Potluck and stories to follow). Prayers go out to these families and friends.

TidBits: Here are some words to ponder from John Painter:

Tell me where the roundup gathers,

Where’s the prairie of our fathers,

Where’s the trails we rode along,

Where’s the mustang, chaps, and saddle,

Where’s the cowboy and his song?

Where’s the old Dutch oven outfit,

Where’s the cowman and his lay,

Where’s the antelope - the white tail,

Where’s the old time faro play,

Where’s the frolics, circles, pastime,

Where’s the life of yesterday?



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