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Timber strumming his guitar

Dustin Rinker, son of Eric and Wendy Hook and senior at Carroll College who reached the all-time rushing record during this 2014 season which is Carroll College football program’s 100 year anniversary, will play his last home game this Saturday. Eric and Wendy will host a tailgate party at 10 a.m. at the college this Saturday, Nov. 15.

Anglen featured library artist

For the month of November the Prairie Community Library is featuring artisan, Jean Anglen who practices a firing and glazing technique that started more than four centuries ago in Japan — the raku firing of pottery.

Sharing Tree applications available

Squanto Who? This will be the lighthearted themed historical dialog skit which will be presented at the fifth luncheon of the Clearwater Baptist Church located at 158 Main Street, in Clearwater.

Town sees dusting of snow

A new dusting of snow and forecasts for near zero temperatures indicate that winter is quickly approaching. Combined with the near “dead” conditions around town, Elk City looks to be “snuggling in.”

No longer ‘school’ Rec district measure passes

Years ago, when our school got shut down, I told all of you that I would never refer to our school as anything other than, “the school.” Even when the city rented it and turned it into city hall for a short stint, I still refused to call it anything else.

Turkey dinner set

White Bird News

One more month of our lives gone with the wind. I hope you made some good memories, because these days are flying by faster than a hurricane.

Prairie veterans program on tap

Cottonwood News

The Cottonwood School District will present a program for veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 1 p.m. in the Prairie Jr./Sr. High School gym.

Nazarene church to host dinner each Wednesday night

Kooskia, Kamiah News

If you are a horseman and have an interest in participating in interesting events in our area and belonging to a group who maintains many of the trails for your horse-riding pleasure, then you might be interested in the North Central Idaho Back County Horsemen.

Blood drive to be held Nov. 18 at lodge

Riggins News

Veterans Day is next Tuesday, Nov. 11. Thank a veteran today for his/her service to America. “Veterans Day has been observed on Nov. 11 since 1978, regardless of what day of the week on which it falls.

Quilts of Valor to be presented

Elk City News

Sew-Help-Me Quilters are at it again! They will be presenting Quilts of Valor to two of our veterans at the VFW Veterans Day dinner.

Tease photo

Tempus Fugit: November 5, 2014

A look at the history of Idaho County.

Quilters have auction success

Riggins News

Halloween is this Friday, Oct. 31 … be ready for those little trick or treaters. Kids, wear light colored clothing or carry a flashlight …little ones, be sure to have an adult with you. Have fun and be safe. Happy Halloween!

Kooskia Clinic renovates space

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Syringa Kooskia Clinic will be experiencing growing pains. They are currently remodeling the old Eldon’s Sausage space to make an additional exam room and make more space for therapy services.

Parish dinner on tap for Sunday

Cottonwood News

Prairie Community Library’s Bräts & Brew Fest went very well this year with only a few minor hitches. There was a good list of auction items. The Coffey Twins lived up to their reputation and kept the crowd dancing. John and Mary Funke won first place in the dance contest. Second place went to Greg Frei and his partner, and third place went to Bud and Sylvia Uhling. Prizes were given out by the judge, Jane Burgess.

SD, Mac’s set parties

White Bird News

Happy Halloween everybody! A great big thank you to the Brumley family and all the people who volunteered their time at the Halloween party for the kids. Thank you, Maggie and Beth for running the cake walk that lasted a very long time.