There are a few events or inventions in each generation that are truly world changers. To affect your family is one thing, to affect your neighborhood or city is another thing, but to affect the world is another thing altogether.
Summit Academy will host its graduation ceremonies Saturday, June 7, 7 p.m. Michael Waters is the class valedictorian and salutatorian is Rachel Frei.
Depending on whom you ask — this questions is met with a variety of answers. In order to be as productive as possible, “getting-things-done-gurus” tell us that having a vision and methodically executing it is what should drive us.
Encouragers to meet June 5; Musician Weil to perform at Stites, White Bird, Mt. Idaho, Cottonwood; VBS set for Emmanuel Baptist...
Mrs. Murdock’s 3rd and 4th grade class is pictured with the six baby quilts they made.
Celebrate moms this Saturday, Mother’s Day weekend, at the 2014 Walk for Life event in Grangeville. The Walk begins and ends at the Sts. Peter and Paul Parish Center on South “B” Street.
When I was in the third grade up in Pierce I casually inserted a love note into the pocket of a red coat worn by a ravishing beauty in my class.
A Camp ALACCA benefit concert with live music by Jason Schuster of Kooskia is set for Sunday, June 1, 7 p.m., at Crosspoint Alliance Church at 1330 Powers Ave.
Motorists looking to ensure their vehicles are ready for the summer driving season are invited to a free car care needs assessment on Saturday, May 31, in the Pine Tree Credit Union parking lot in Grangeville, 9 a.m. to noon.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church would like to invite the community to worship at 10 a.m.
The Knights of Columbus placed crosses at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Parish and School. The crosses represent babies who have been aborted.
Trips to India for the past five years have brought local pastor Brent Ewing to a place of deeper understanding – and love.
Woman speaks on life as Amish, Mennonite
A group of Mennonites have recently made their home in Grangeville. Edith Engbretson spoke to a group of nearly 50 women at the monthly Encouragers meeting at Oscar’s Restaurant, March 6.
India is in the hearts and minds of more than one Grangeville church body. Bob Helena will lead a team to Hope House Orphanage in Lonavale, India, April 5-18. Helena will be accompanied by his wife, Terri, as well as fellow Grangeville Church of the Nazarene member Cynthia Onthank and two others from Spokane and Meridian.
On Sunday, March 9 at 3 p.m. the Monastery of St. Gertrude will present the Palouse Choral Society Chamber Choir, conducted by Michael Murphy and assistant conductor Ken Grubbs.