The Kids Klub, Inc., board is planning its next move after some less than positive feedback at the Idaho County Commission meeting Tuesday, May 3.
GEMS student Hailey Russell, 6, won first place for the kindergarten level in the Idaho Public Television/KUID regional Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Awards contest. 20 YEARS AGO MAY 1, 1996
Two local young ladies will serve as royalty for Riggins Rodeo events this weekend and throughout the year as they promote the event.
Next Sunday is Mother’s Day so you can take your wife or mother out to breakfast at the Knights of Columbus Breakfast at the KC Hall. They will be serving from 7-10 a.m. Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers! Only a short time left to get on the map for the community yard sale. All map proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Contact Tami Quick at 983-6505 to sign up on the map. Deadline is May 16.
My two Sweet 16 quotes for this week in honor of mothers for Mother’s Day, May 8, are “Mothers are beautiful simply by being what they are.” And “A mother is your first friend, your best friend, and your forever friend.”
May 8 is Mother’s Day! Don’t forget to call, write, send something, and just express your love and appreciation for her.
On Wednesday, April 27, the Clearwater Valley Elementary second and third graders were given the opportunity to travel to the Asotin County Aquatic Center for water safety training and swimming lessons.
Children registering for kindergarten at Kamiah Elementary School will receive a free book as part of the Kamiah Elementary Library’s “Get a Jump Start on Reading at Your Library” program.
The Cottonwood School District spring concerts are set. Prairie Junior Senior High School will be presenting their concert Thursday, May 12, 7 p.m. in the PHS gym.
After 20 years of serving the community through early childhood education, Noah’s Ark Preschool will add an afternoon class this fall. With this, the church-based preschool will make available all-day pre-kindergarten education.
Driving, traveling and going places is in our blood. We love to get in a vehicle, get on a motorcycle or ATV, get on a horse or ... and going. Sometimes the trip is amazing and everything works out as planned. We love it when a plan comes together! We are people who are going somewhere, and we are going to do some things when we get there.
Camp ALACCA recently announced its summer 2016 camp schedule. Programs at camp include chapel, campfires, swimming, archery, crafts, music, hikes, outdoor games and Bible-based fellowship and teaching.
National Day of Prayer with the theme of “Wake Up America” will be observed Thursday, May 5, noon, at the Idaho County Courthouse. All are encouraged to attend.
There will be a public concert at the Grangeville Church of the Nazarene (515 W. No 2nd St., Grangeville) Saturday, May 14, 6 p.m.
Several Summit Academy students received sacraments of initiation recently.