Harpster craft show is Nov. 1

The 26th annual Harpster Craft Show is set for Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Harpster Community Building, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. A hot lunch of sloppy joes, or sausage dogs, and homemade pie will be available for purchase and coffee is free.

Carnival scheduled at Cottonwood Oct. 25

A Halloween carnival is set for the auxiliary gym (old elementary school) Saturday, Oct. 25, beginning at 6 p.m.

GHS music department fall concert is Oct. 28

The Grangeville Music Department will present a fall concert Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 6:30 p.m., in the Grangeville High School cafeteria.

Good News Club to begin Oct. 15 at PVBC

Good News Club begins this Thursday, Oct. 15, at Pleasant View Baptist Church in White Bird at 4 p.m., as soon as the school bus arrives. The club is designed for grades first through sixth.

Parent-teacher conferences scheduled for CV

Parent teacher conferences are scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 29, 3:30-7:30 p.m., and Thursday, Oct. 30, 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

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Idaho horsewoman topic of Oct. 16 lecture

This Thursday, Oct. 16, historian Philip A. Homan will present, “Queen of Diamonds: Kittie Wilkins, Horse Queen of Idaho and the Wilkins Horse Company.” The event is part of the 15th Annual Fall Lecture Series presented by the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude.

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We’ve Got Spirit

Grangeville High School hosted its homecoming activities last week which included a parade through town ending in a pep rally at Heritage Square Friday, Oct. 10.

Relief group chops firewood

White Bird News

Our community has been saddened by the loss of Mr. Joe Wilson. He’s been a great friend and neighbor to everyone who knew him. Our hearts and prayers go out to his family and each other.

Day on transplant list

Cottonwood News

St. Mary’s Hospital will be hosting a welcome/farewell dinner on Oct. 27 to welcome Dr. Abby Luensmann and nurse practitioner Scarlett Uhlenkott, and to say good-bye to Dr. Farnworth and his family...

Sparse news week

Lowell, Syringa News

News is sparse this week. I could tell you I saw a big dead moose in the back of someone’s truck last weekend, or that I saw a dead beaver in front of cabin #10, but it’s all been reported before. The flies are bad and the bees are gone. The river is low and the turkeys are everywhere. Everything else is just about the same.

Quilters fair set for Saturday, Oct. 25

Riggins News

Blevins Agency Real Estate located at 101 North Main Street in Riggins, just north of Riggins Elementary School, is holding its annual open house tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 16, from 4 to 6 p.m.

Harpster activities set

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Kamiah Community Library is celebrating Teen Read Week through Oct. 18.

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Tempus Fugit: October 15, 2014

A look at the history of Idaho County.

Wolf sightings reported

Elk City News

Several wolf sightings have been reported in and around town in the last couple of months. Wonder if that is why there is no game close in!

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McAdow navigates life with positive attitude

2007 accident leaves McAdow paralyzed but ‘disability’ doesn’t slow him down

The past seven years have been hard rows to hoe for 22-year-old Tom McAdow. But don’t offer a him any sympathy – that’s not what he’s looking for.