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Wedding Day Shoot

Sunny, warm weather and trees in blooming pink set the backdrop for wedding photos taken at the Kooskia Kiosk on U.S. Highway 12 last Saturday afternoon, April 18.

Community yard sales set for May 2

White Bird News

The Doumecq Highway District will be changing their regular meeting nights from the second Friday of the month to the second Monday of the month. The meeting time will remain the same, 6 p.m., and it will continue to be at the Doumecq Highway District shop/office.

Summit screening set for April 28, 20

Cottonwood News

The application period for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat controlled hunts is open now until April 30. Anyone interested in applying for controlled hunts can apply at Fish and Game offices or license vendors with a credit card by telephone or over the Internet.

Enough whistle pigs to go around

Elk City News

As spring sets in and the days get longer on both ends, the return of critters follows in sync. Certainly early mornings have become quite vocal with the cacophony of fine feathered friends sharing gossip, the drumming on wood instruments to get a rise from carpenter ants, and the crack of .22s making “go-downs” go down.

KYRO baseball deadline is April 25

Kooskia, Kamiah News

If Long Camp Saturday Farmers’ Market and swap meet is beginning, can summer be far behind? Grand opening is April 25, free vendor space, located on Highway 12 near mile marker 68. Bring your spring plants, Idaho arts and crafts, bakery treats, collectibles and yard sale items. Open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call Connie at 935-7922.

Cottonwood Seniors

Agnes Forsman opened the April 14 meeting of the Pioneer Senior Citizens with the Pledge of Allegiance and also led the dinner prayer. There were no guests this week. There were 51 dinners served with 14 takeouts. Theresa Entrup won the free dinner.

Idaho County Democrats

Saturday, April 11, the Idaho County Democrats cleaned the roadsides along Highway 12 between Kamiah and Kooskia. About a dozen people braved the weather to do the semi-annual cleanup.

Grangeville Seniors

The April 13 meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Roy Powell and the prayer was given by Shirley Crane. The free dinner came to Ted Kleinsmith. There were 49 meals and 32 takeout meals served.

Kamiah VFW

On Sunday, April 12, the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lyons-Dahl Post #5407 of Kamiah presented their annual sausage breakfast fund-raiser at the post home in Kamiah.

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Feeding the hungry in region’s communities: SPPS students help put together 600 soup mix bags

“And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward.” ~ Matthew 10:42, NIV.

Rodeo royalty selling donuts

Riggins News

What! No big event going on in Riggins this weekend! Well, we do need time to clean up from the super exciting jet boat races and the amazing fireworks to get ready for Riggins Rodeo next weekend! Come on down to Riggins for cowboys, cowgirls, dust, sunshine and rodeo action.

It’s mushrooms galore in Lowell

Lowell, Syringa News

We’ve got mushroom pickers, mushroom buyers, mushroom eaters, it is a mecca for the ubiquitous morel mushrooms, and they are everywhere.