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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.

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!

Wild game feast set for Oct. 18

Elk City News

Did you miss me? I was traveling and could not get my article in on time. Sorry about that!

Tease photo

Youth Quilters

A group of young girls recently made quilts at Homegrown Quilts in Grangeville. They are pictured here with their creations – strip quilts.

Homecoming events scheduled

Riggins News

Salmon River High School 2014 Homecoming is this Friday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. on the SRHS football field. Savages will be playing Cascade Ramblers.

Youth to host 30-hour fast

Cottonwood News

Fall is upon us with freezing temperatures at night in some areas of the Prairie.

Press apples at no cost Oct. 18

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Tahoe QRU will have cider presses at their facility at 786 Leitch Creek Road, 7 miles east of Kooskia on Saturday, Oct. 18. Bring your apples, containers and bags for scraps if you want to keep them. If you have extra apples and jugs to donate, bring them.

Summer season is officially over

Lowell, Syringa News

It’s cold at night up here. It’s been sunny during the day and warm, seems to be everyone’s favorite time of year.

Childers to preach Oct. 4

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Harpster will be having their regular monthly bingo today, Wednesday, Oct. 1, at the Harpster Community Building at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $10 for a pack that lasts for the evening and there are other games that are extra for $1 each, if you are interested in playing those. You must be 18 and older to play ....free coffee.

Clark takes first in chili cookoff

It’s October already! That means my favorite holiday is almost here.

Art show scheduled for this weekend

Riggins News

Salmon River Art Guild’s is having its 50th Regional Art Show and Silent Auction this weekend in Riggins at the Riggins Community Center behind Crump’s Chevron!

‘Life is good’

Lowell, Syringa News

The Johnson Bar Fire is winding down with less and less smoke for the incoming hunters and fishermen, less and less meals to cook, less and less yellow shirts running around, and more and more sprinkles and yellow leaves falling.

Mystery Night, lecture series on tap

Cottonwood News

Mystery Night, the fund-raiser for Summit Academy, will be this Saturday night. Everyone is getting very excited because we will find out who wins the hot rod!