SGA class of ’65 gets together

Cottonwood News

Happy 4th of July to all of you. However you spend it, be safe with fireworks and have fun. A great way to celebrate the 4th is to come to Greencreek for all-day fun. With breakfast, lunch, auction and street sports, you are guaranteed a good time. Fun for the younger set are the kiddie rides. I will make my gooseberry pie again this year.

The river helps to ‘cool our cores’

Welcome, July! I’m feeling so blessed that I have good air conditioning in my house.

Rescue dog at library July 8

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Two of our local Food banks are planning a joint food drive on Tuesday, July 7.

Some like it hot ...

Lowell, Syringa News

Hot, hot, hot — if we had sidewalks we would fry an egg on it! Big family reunion this past weekend and not one single complaint about the heat or the dust or life in general!

City ready for Fourth celebration

The Riggins skies will be sizzling with colorful beauty and the quiet night filled with loud booms with fireworks bursting in air from the Riggins City Park this Saturday, July 4, beginning at dusk.

Wolfrum here to check pets

Elk City News

Veterinarian, Kimberly Wolfrum, will be coming to Elk City on July 7. She will be available from 9 a.m. to noon and 12:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Call to make an appointment at 553-9283.

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Tempus Fugit: July 1, 2015

A look at the history of Idaho County.

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Tempus Fugit

June 24, 2015

A look at the history of Idaho County.

Haying a month ahead of schedule

Cottonwood News

COTTONWOOD — Haying is in full swing on the prairie and even in the Westlake area. This is about one month earlier than usual. The odd weather this spring is the cause of it.

Potato bar dinner is June 28

Riggins News

Fireworks will be lighting up the Riggins skies from the Riggins City Park Saturday, July 4, beginning at dusk.

Dixie sets celebration

Elk City News

The Elk City Wagon Road Celebration is in the planning stages and will take place July 18-19. I will keep you all updated as to the plans.

Taking the circus for a ride ...

Lowell, Syringa News

It all came and went last Sunday, Father’s Day, summer solstice, first day of summer, Idaho County taxes due, highwaymen biker meet at Johnson Bar campground, Culpepper and Merriweather Circus in Kooskia, big controversial Selway River Timber Sale, and record-breaking water levels. Did we survive up here in Lowell and Syringa?

Tempus Fugit

A look at the history of Idaho County

White Bird Days, rodeo set on tap

Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there. In today’s world, sadly, not all men who reproduce are there for their children. So, if you are lucky enough to have a real man, who is a real dad in your life, make sure you appreciate that and let him know how much!

Veterans, families invited to event

There will be a wine and beer tasting from 6-8 p.m. Friday, June 19, in the gazebo in the orchard at Idaho Banana Company located at 1120 South Main Street in Riggins hosted by The Two Ladies Antiques. An antique show and sale will be ongoing in the orchard as well and will continue throughout the weekend of June 20 and 21. Anyone with antiques or vintage items as well as dealers is invited to join in on the fun. Space is available for you to sell your wares… call 628-3254 to reserve your space. Everyone is invited to stop by.