Mailbox vandalism spree hits

Kamiah area; ICSO seeks info

Information is sought on a series of mailbox vandalism incidents in the Beaverslide, Caribel, Kidder Ridge and Woodland areas that occurred Sunday night and Monday morning, Feb. 22-23.

Grangeville is Idaho’s fourth safest city says new SafeWise report

Grangeville is the fourth safest city in Idaho, according to a report by, a community-focused security organization. According to statistics compiled from the FBI’s recently released Crime Report, Grangeville reported the fewest violent crimes: .31 per 1,000; and property crimes 10.94 per 1,000.

Syringa board has two vacancies

The Syringa Hospital Board has two vacancies that need to be filled.

‘Brink and a Half’ books donated

Had a gentleman come by the hotel and donate a copy of both the third (1973?) and fourth edition of the Golden Road to Adventure produced by the Brink and a Half Club, Inc., after reading about it in this column.

Grangeville Farmers’ Market hosts meet and greet

The Grangeville Farmers’ Market Meet and Greet, Saturday, Feb. 7, was well-attended with folks from as far as Lucile to Harpster.

Horn hunters have good luck

Lowell, Syringa News

It’s 21 degrees this morning as I write this, not a cloud in the sky, and the geese are either coming or going all day and all night along the Lochsa and at the confluence. They fly in flocks of 30 or 40 at a time (excuse me, it’s called a gaggle if they are on the water).

Mader is Coach of the Year

Cottonwood News

It has certainly been cold the last few days. Last week it was nice enough to work out in the yard. I even saw some tractors out in the field. The fertilizer companies were busy also.

Rodeo queen clinic is March 8

Riggins News

The Pinehurst Quilters have a $250 scholarship available for any Salmon River graduate already attending an institution of higher learning or vocational school.

Soil, gardening workshops on tap

Kooskia, Kamiah News

On Friday, Feb. 27, at the Kamiah Chamber Welcome Center, you will be able to attend a workshop on Sustainable Soils for More Production.

PVBC sets activities

Pleasant View Baptist Church in White Bird will present a series of revival meetings March 8-11. Services will be held Sunday through Wednesday at 7 p.m. There will be guests each evening presenting special music.

Student News...

Beka Bruner of Cottonwood, a freshman at Centre College, has pledged Alpha Delta Pi sorority...