A break in the clouds following a rainstorm in May provided a fresh, illuminated look for the hillsides from Dewey Saddle Road outside Grangeville.
A look at the history of Idaho County
Elk City News
Boy, is the VFW Auxiliary/Post busy!
It’s definitely summer-time in White Bird! We have sunburns, air-conditioners blowing, sprinklers running and ice tea on the porches. I haven’t been brave enough to jump in the river, but who knows; maybe I’ll have my yearly baptism before this article even comes out!
Riggins Summer Sports Camps sponsored by ASK and coached by Paula Tucker will be held at Salmon River High School. Basketball camp is this week June 8–11. Volleyball camp will be held June 15–17. Outdoor camp will be June 22–25. For information contact, ASK 628-2770.
Camas Prairie Young Adults: Are you looking to thrive in life and not just survive?!? Come to this kick-off event (and bring a friend) for the Camas Prairie Young Adults on June 13 at 7 p.m. in the Cottonwood Park.
Fourth of July is only three weeks away with sizzling fireworks once again blazing the skies here in Riggins. The Salmon River Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the 4th of July fireworks and funding $1,500; donations from the public are needed to help fund the remaining $1,500 for this event. The big event will be held in the Riggins City Park.
Pleasant View Baptist says “sorry for the delay” to the town kids on the Friday night movie. (Mrs. S. had an engagement in town). We will have the Friday night movie this Friday, June 12, at 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Popcorn and snacks are free of charge, but once you come, you’re asked to stay to the end.
Tianna Leitch of Nezperce was crowned Distinguished Young Woman of the Camas Prairie for 2016 at the Saturday, June 6, program in Grangeville ($1,000 scholarship).
Prairie High School junior Abbie Uhlenkott recently took her love of basketball and community and combined them to complete her senior project.
The warm weather is upon us and the kids are in their last week of school. It’s graduation time for the seniors. Congratulations to all of you as you go off to seek your fortune.
White Bird News
It’s definitely starting to feel like summertime in the canyon! The kids have been floating the creek and fishermen are swarming the river. There are all kinds of things going on now.
Elk City News
Be sure to mark a new date on your calendar for VBS at the Baptist Church.
“It was the third of June another sleepy, dusty Delta day….” Do you remember that song?
Kooskia, Kamiah News
The third annual flower show, sponsored by the Valley Garden Club will again be at Lewis Clark Resort, 4243 Highway 12 near Kamiah, on Thursday, June 11, with public viewing from 1-5 p.m.