News and information from our partners

It's Your Business: Grangeville senior center for rent; will you sleep well July 16?



photo

Lorie Palmer

The Grangeville Senior Citizens Center rents its 50-by-50-foot space, holding a maximum of 350 people, for $20 an hour ($20 extra to use the kitchen). There is a $50 minimum charge.

The center is currently replacing chairs at a cost of $80 apiece. Call the center at 208-983-2033 or stop by 108 Grangeville Truck Route.

Sunday, July 1, just before 9 a.m., there was a fiber cut out of Spokane that affected Mtida’s network. Customers were out of service until 5:30 pm.

A General Resources to Start a Business and Expansion class will be held Tuesday, July 24, 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the Kamiah Chamber of Commerce Building, 518 Main Street. Cost is $5 and instructors are John Lane and Gavin Lewis. This is sponsored by the Clearwater Economic Development Association, United States Department of Agriculture, Idaho Small Business Development Association, Lewis-Clark State College and U.S. Small Business Administration.

Preregister by calling 208-792-2465; e-mailing ISBDC@lcsc.edu; or visit on-line www.lcsc.edu/sbdc.

Clarification:

For clarification, in the June 27 issue, a story regarding a felony vehicular manslaughter charge against Cord E. Wilson, should have stated Idaho State Police handled the investigation. The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office initially responded to the incident and assisted on scene.

Research recently revealed Idahoans will experience the most sleepless night of the year on Monday, July 16. So, make sure to have a fan nearby or the aircon on, and try to avoid eating or scrolling through your phone before bed!

The site Sleepopolis has analyzed the last 30 years of weather data to identify (statistically) when each state will experience the most uncomfortable conditions to get a good night’s sleep.

Sleepopolis identified the warmest night of the year (July 26 at 63 degrees Fahrenheit); the date with the highest probability of high humidity (July 31, at 43 percent); and the longest day of the year (June 21 with 926 minutes of sunlight), and then averaged these three dates to reveal July 16th as the worst night’s sleep of the year.



Comments

Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment

CLOSE X

Information from the Free-Press and our advertisers (Want to add your business to this to this feed?)