“Grangeville General Hospital is owned and operated by the city. The 32-bed, accredited hospital is one of the few in Idaho that operates in the black. During 1962 its ward rates were $14 and $16 per patient a day, and private rooms were $20.
Members of the Camas Rovers, a local Irish dance troupe, performed songs and dances on Monday, May 15, at both the Grangeville Senior Center and Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation. Pictured here at the senior center performance dancing and stepping are (L-R) Kelly Turney, Hannah Rauzi, Katherine Uhlenkott and Theresa Uhlenkott.
Officers for the 2017 - 2018 year of Elk City VFW Wilderness Post No. 8311 Auxiliary were installed during the May 11 meeting. An enthusiastic group of members welcomed the incoming officers and said they are looking forward to a great year.
- Grangeville Senior Center - Pioneer Senior Citizens - Idaho County Democrats
A variety of Memorial Day and weekend activities are scheduled throughout Idaho County communities, including the following:
‘...a place the community wants to use’
“This is going to happen, but we’re going to do it right, no matter how long it takes,” said Christi Brown. Brown spoke to a group of about 10 people last Tuesday night, May 16, at the second public meeting of the Camas Prairie Arena and Event Center, Inc.
At the Tuesday, May 16, meeting of the Grangeville EMT Association (GEMTA), five members were awarded for significant tenure milestones in their EMS careers
Gardening help is available from staff
The Camas Prairie Food Bank has several garden beds available for the public this season. Cost is $10 per bed for the season. For food bank clients, there is no cost.
Shirley’s Dance Studio’s Grangeville area dancers held their spring recital Sunday, May 21, at Grangeville High School.
Informal event runs Saturday to Monday, as river conditions permit
Are you ready for some madness on the Lochsa? Each Memorial Day weekend, the Lochsa River Madness event draws out boaters to enjoy the spring whitewater action and also kick off the start of the rafting season.
Running a volunteer emergency medical service organization takes bodies and, as well, funds to keep it going. EMTs with Tahoe QRU (Quick Response Unit) ran a fund-raising bake sale in Kooskia on Saturday, May 13.
Despite chilly temperatures and intermittent rain, local Girl Scouts braved the weather Saturday, May 6, and spent a couple hours doing manual labor. Grangeville-based Troop 3702 put on their outdoor muscles and cleaned up the Mt. Idaho Fort site located on Poor Farm Road.
The Friends of the Clearwater-Elk City Wagon Road are hosting a desert at the museum Saturday May 20, 1-4 p.m. All are welcome. The Wagon Road Museum is a step into the past which was opened four years ago in the Clearwater Grange Hall in beautiful downtown Clearwater.
The Grangeville Farmers’ Market held their third annual Meet, Greet and Eat event, Sunday, April 30, at the Soltman Center. Nearly 40 people attended the informational meeting. Those interested in selling and others offering volunteer support stepped forward with questions and comments.
Members of the Grangeville American Legion Auxiliary Unit 37 had the last meeting for the 2016-2017 year on Saturday, May 13, at the Idaho County Veterans and Community Center. Nine members were initiated including a new junior member, Sophia Wright.