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White Bird News: Memorial Park workday is Nov. 3 with hopes to finish before Veterans Day

Once again we are at the end of another month. Boy, they are really passing fast and along with that, comes an end to Daylight Savings Time...remember to set your clocks back one hour on Saturday, Nov. 3, as it officially starts Sunday morning. Food bank pickup will be on Nov. 1 at noon. Then on the 8th, the SRAG will have their meeting at 10 a.m., with the chamber meeting following at 10:30 a.m.

October 31, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Cottonwood News: Rain good for crops; year’s apples are big

Happy Halloween to everyone. The drenching rain on Sunday was good for the crops just coming up. But not so welcome to the many ranchers working with cattle during the weekend. We had our apple squeezin’ party on Sunday. The apples were unusually big this year. Now to can the apple juice so we can use it all year. I found a new apple pie recipe that I would like to share. This can also be canned in a boiling water canner for 30 minutes to use later.

October 31, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Riggins: Savage footballers to play Deary at SRHS on Saturday

My quote of the week: “Love the people God gave you because He will need them back one day.” Halloween is tonight, Wednesday, Oct. 31! Get your trick or treats and/or costumes ready because kiddos will be knocking at your door with their costumes and goodie bags soon.

October 31, 2018 6 a.m. read more..
 

Clearwater Valley News: Craft fair set for Harpster this Saturday

After the Halloween festivities are you ready for Christmas shopping? This Saturday, the first craft fair of the fall season is happening right here in downtown Harpster. The old Harpster school house, now a community center, will be chock full of handmade items ranging from baked goods to purses and totes and items from Avon and Tupperware.

October 31, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Candy corn tops Halloween treats in Idaho

What candies bring back good Halloween memories to you or are still your seasonal favorites? “I liked Tootsie Rolls my least favorite was the popcorn balls. They seemed to be stale by the time we got them.”

October 26, 2018 6 p.m. read more..


Clearwater Valley News: Mayor takes on state walking challenge

Clearwater Valley and Kamiah compete in the regular season as a cooperative CvK team. For districts and state meet they magically become Rams and Kubs again. Both had a great showing at the district championships in Lewiston last week. Coach Janna Privette is thrilled to be taking ten runners to the state meet on Oct. 27.

October 24, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Lowell / Syringa News: Bugs are all around us

In the air there’s a feeling of fall. Also, there’s about 10 different species of bugs flying all about us. The regular, which includes flies, yellow jackets, bees, wasps, and horse flies, plus beetles, those black ones that smell like vanilla, the skinny brown ones with long antennas, and a few ladybugs. Then a new little white bug just showed up along with grasshoppers. The salmon fly is still here and not to mention the flying ant. My windowsills are pretty buggy right now, and it’s not a pretty sight!

October 24, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Cottonwood News: Parish dinner is Nov. 4

Daylight Savings Time ends on Nov. 4 at 2 a.m. “Fall back” and turn your clocks back an hour. Now we can catch up on the hour we lost last spring. This is the time to do all those projects that you wanted to do before winter starts. Hmmm, maybe some of them can wait until next year?!

October 24, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


White Bird News: Pottengers available to process wild game

Went hunting Saturday and were coming down Deer Creek, when we came across a big orange rock crusher over the bank. They had the road blocked off and were working at the site, so try to avoid this area. The truck was on a trailer at the Y near Swiftwater RV. Didn’t look too great with the top smashed down, but I believe no one was hurt.

October 24, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Riggins News: Congrats to Lady Savage volleyballers; Girls make it to state; are also academic champs

My quote of the week: “Those who think there is a time limit when grieving have never lost a piece of their heart.” Pinehurst Quilters’ annual Quilt and Craft Auction is this Saturday, Oct. 27, at 1 p.m., at the Riggins Community Center; doors open at noon for a preview of the items for sale. They will have candies, jams, and quilts as well as wall hangings, table runners, and other handmade and craft items for Christmas gift giving...or birthday…or something just for you.

October 24, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Riggins News: Quilters’ craft show, auction set for Oct. 27

Quote of the week: “Grief never ends…but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith. It is the price of love.” The first Riggins Oktoberfest will be Saturday, Oct. 20, at 100 S Main Street at Rants and Raves Taphouse and Saloon from 3-7 p.m. There will be a live band, a costume contest with prizes, and a barbecue … all family friendly.

October 17, 2018 6 a.m. read more..
 

Clearwater Valley News: Carve pumpkins at park this Sunday

Great news for theater lovers! I met up with three members of the Kamiah Characters high school theater group last week at the KHS library. Octavio Spencer and sisters Laura and Kara Dow are excited about a new play they are working on this fall. It is a Star Trek spoof, called “Star Track- the Expedition Menace.” I enjoyed watching two of the Kamiah Characters’ productions last year- “Let’s Hang Him and Read the Will” and “How the West Was Won- Black Hat Optional.” They are fun and light plays that allow the students to try on new personalities and provide a creative outlet. I will keep you posted when performance dates are scheduled. You can bet I will be there!

October 17, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Mystery Night

Nearly 400 people attended Saturday’s “A Night on the Nile” event, the 21st annual Mystery Night fund-raiser hosted by Summit Academy and held at the Greencreek Community Hall. The night’s $10,000 grand prize winner was Joyce Goeckner, and in addition, 39 prizes valued at $100 or more went to 350 ticket holders, and there were also 180 silent auction items. The evening’s auctioneer was Kyle Musick.

October 17, 2018 6 a.m. read more..

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