Well, there went November. There’s just never enough hours in the day, days in the month or months in the year. Time marches on uncaring, whether we like it or not.
December is here! Another year is quickly coming to a close… Enjoy this 2014 Christmas season!
It’s cold, power was out last Sunday night for five hours, but as always they got it back on before the school bus came.
Hand-crafted gifts and specialty goods were on sale at the Riggins Christmas Bazaar last Friday and Saturday, Nov. 28-29, held at the Riggins Community Center. Saturday also featured a photo session for kids with Santa Claus. Pictured here on Saturday checking out gift options were Riggins residents (L-R) Jim and Koleen Williams and their daughter, Teresa Mignerey.
Toys for Tots is up and running.
Medicare annual enrollment began Oct. 15 and will continue through Dec. 7.
Following are the summer 2014 graduates from the University of Idaho.
Army Pvt. Kerigan L. Reames has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
Attorney General Lawrence Wasden is urging Idaho citizens to avoid participation in a variety of ongoing and illegal pyramid schemes known as “gifting circles.”
White Bird News
I wish you all a happy Thanksgiving. I know we all have something to be thankful for, so don’t forget to take a moment to reflect on those things, and thank God for them. I like to look at it this way.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. May your day be spent with family and friends.
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! May your day and weekend with family and friends be filled with joy, laughter, thankfulness and lots of good food! And with Thanksgiving just finishing up, Christmas season is here!
Elk City News
Elk City has been rocked in the last week and a half by the death of three of its residents – Rolph Olson, Robert Roy and now Ralph Crocker. We, as a community mourn with the families and friends, and offer our prayers for comfort. After all, God is a God of all comfort.
Kooskia, Kamiah News
The next luncheon of the Clearwater Meal Center will be served on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at noon at the Clearwater Baptist Church.
For the 17th year in a row St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will sponsor a Christmas “Angel Tree” for families in need of help getting through the holidays.