American Legion Post 37 out of Grangeville stopped by Grangeville High School Monday morning, Jan. 12, to make a donation to the band.
Chili and cinnamon rolls for Super Bowl Sunday! Do you have a group of people coming to watch Super Bowl on Feb. 1 and are not sure what to prepare?
Wouldn’t you like to be in a position where you can teach your children something that they will never forget? Well, here is your chance. On Friday, Jan. 16, in the Kamiah multi-purpose room, beginning at 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. with a one-hour lunch break, Idaho Governor Butch Otter and at least 10 other state officials will host Capital for a Day.
Grangeville held its 43rd annual hoop shoot Saturday, Jan. 10, with lots of kids hooping that ball! Several Riggins kids participated: ages 8-9 division were Tyrus Swift and Raney Walters; ages 10-11 division were Tysen Travis and Lotus Harper; ages 12-13 division were Canyon Harper and Emily Diaz. Congrats to Canyon Harper and Lotus Harper who each took second place in their separate age group. Nice job everyone!
Gene and Rena Dye celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Oct. 22, with family in Sandpoint.
COTTONWOOD — Cottonwood Butte Ski Area opened last weekend. They plan to be open on weekends from now on. It is really a good hill and offers a challenge if that’s what you want. They offer lessons also.
Lowell, Syringa News
First thing every morning when I open my eyes, I think, “Do we have electricity?” Once it’s established that we do, I can go on with life as we know it in Lowell and Syringa.
Elk City News
The REACH Club and the school would like to thank all those who donated to the Tree of Giving this year. I’m sure everyone appreciates the time, effort, and money that go into this project.
Happy New Year! Just a week into 2015 and what a beautiful way to begin again! There are so many wonderful ways to fill each day... let me share just two with you.
Kooskia, Kamiah News
You know spring cannot be far away since the spring steelhead season opened on Jan. 1. Not exactly my favorite fish; however, it does hail the beginning of the spring fishing season.
A look at the history of Idaho County.
White Bird News
Today is the very last day of 2014. Good-bye, 2014, hello New Year! I wish you all lots of love, luck and laughter in 2015.
Happy New Year’s Eve tonight and happy 2015 all year starting tomorrow morning! May your New Year be filled with blessings, joy, love, and great times together with family and friends. Whether you make New Year’s resolutions or not, may each day of 2015 find you blessed and well-cared for.
Well, we finally got the snow everyone was praying for. We did not have our Christmas party until Dec. 27, so we got to have a white Christmas. It was wonderful to have all the family home. The next day, this huge six-foot snowman showed up in the neighborhood. Makes you want to sing “Frosty the Snowman.”
Elk City News
Happy New Year! Be safe. The elk are back on Tim’s hill. They must have come to some agreement that if he feeds them, they will show off! Wasn’t sure if there were any left in the country.