Stites church sets ladies Bible study Wednesdays

The Missoula Children’s Theater will be in Kooskia and, with the help of 50 Clearwater Valley students, will host a performance of Aladdin.

Paytons face trials, medical bills

Riggins News

Ray and Kay Payton of Riggins are friends who have helped many of us right here in Riggins and are now in need of some help themselves.

Volleyball bonk leads to staples

Lowell, Syringa News

If it weren’t for bad news, I’d have no news at all. Our beloved Seahawks lost the Super Bowl in the last 26 seconds of the game.

­­­­Practice random acts of kindness

White Bird News

Well, the first month of 2015 is already history. Crazy! A year that seems to me should be in a futuristic sci-fi movie is right here, right now. I guess I’m getting old. That stinks, because I heard old age doesn’t last long, and guess what, neither will 2015. Each day is a gift. Practice some random acts of kindness, give someone a compliment and make somebody smile. Today is the day you could make a positive difference on this planet. You’re running out of time.

Wagon Road meeting set for this Saturday

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Tahoe QRU’s weekly community chat room is back beginning on Friday, Feb. 6, from 9 a.m. until noon at their facility on Leitch Creek. “Donut Fried-days” is open to the public to come and join the talk, games, coffee and donuts — great people and excellent donuts and goodies to go with a hot cup of coffee.

Valley Cats ATV Club to host chili feed Feb. 7

Elk City News

The Valley Cats Snowmobile and ATV Club will be having their annual Hanby Saddle chili feed on Feb. 7 from noon to 2 p.m. Side dishes are welcome and be sure to bring your own drinks.

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Tempus Fugit: January 28, 2015

A look at the history of Idaho County

CVRA elects new officers for 2015

A Valentine’s Day musical program will be presented at the Clearwater meal center luncheon on Wednesday, Feb. 4, at noon. Felicia Seigler will accompany her sister, Susanna, on the piano and she will sing a few “old time” Valentine’s Day songs such as “Red Roses for a Blue Lady,” etc.

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Let’s Talk About It: Local readers gather to discuss book ‘Bloodlines’

“I did not enjoy the book at all,” said Kristin Frish of Cottonwood...

Salvage timber sale under way

Lowell, Syringa News

One more newsy report from the communities of Lowell and Syringa. The month of January is almost behind us, the Super Bowl is right around the corner, and nobody is turning 70 this week. We have warm weather, we have cougar hunters, we have mud and slush, and we are happy within ourselves, and satisfied with our world, and welcome to it.

Thinking about gift ideas for Valentine’s Day?

Riggins News

Good time to think about your valentines with flowers, candy, time with loved ones, calls, dinner out, etc. Love is the greatest thing we can share with our family and friends.

Valentine dinner set for Feb. 4

Meetings: Water and Sewer on Feb. 3.

SGA plans 50th anniversary celebration

Cottonwood News

The sun is shining and the birds are chirping as I write this morning. It looks like spring out there. But I doubt if winter is over yet.

Laundromat open for business through 9 p.m.

White Bird News

I’m going to give you all one more week to call me about a mobile food bank. I haven’t got much of a response. We have the opportunity to have a mobile food bank come to White Bird to deliver food. If this is something you’d be interested in, call me and let me know or it won’t happen, 839-2234.

Holy Cross dinner on tap for Feb. 8

Cottonwood News

The Idaho Catholic Youth Convention is coming up soon. All the youth of the Tri-parish are invited to attend. Are you interested in sponsoring a youth for ICYC? Cost this year is $128 for a youth to attend ICYC. Some of our youth cannot afford the fee to attend ICYC, so any amount you would like to contribute to help is very much appreciated. Make your check payable to St. Mary’s Parish and mark it for ICYC.