Citations are pending in a suspected alcohol-related injury crash on White Bird hill last week.
Nearly a half-million in federal grant dollars has been awarded to the Nez Perce Tribe Nimiipuu Health Center as part of an overall $23.4 million investment through USDA Rural Development.
Evening meeting set in Kamiah
Public comment will be taken at a Thursday, Dec. 3, hearing in Kamiah on applications allowing trucks weighing up to 129,000 pounds on sections of U.S. Highway 12, and state highways 13 and 162
An ordinance prohibiting helicopter landings and takeoffs within the municipal limits is before the Grangeville City Council. Last week, the council held a first reading on the proposed regulation, and at its Dec. 7 meeting the six-person board will consider the matter for adoption.
Shamley spoke to ICFB members at Nov. 14 annual assembly
“Is the question whether we can afford to manage the lands, or can we afford not to manage the lands at a state level?” questioned Doyel Shamley. CEO for Nevada-based Veritas Research Consulting, Shamley spoke to more than 50 people in attendance at last Saturday’s Nov. 14, Idaho County Farm Bureau annual meeting in Kamiah.
Letter to the Editor
The Lochsa Land Exchange has reared its ugly head again, and nothing in the past three years has changed to make it a better plan for the citizens of Idaho County, the users and owners of our public lands.
Winter Magic: Saturday tree lighting set at Grangeville park Area towns to host events starting Dec. 4
Winter Magic tree lighting, sponsored by Grangeville Horizons Recreation Committee, is set for Pioneer Park Saturday, Nov. 28, 5 p.m.
Idaho County Democrats will hold their last 2015 meeting at the Twisted Cellar in Grangeville Monday, Nov. 30.
Idaho State Police troopers are conducting extra seat belt emphasis patrols through Nov. 29 for “All Hands on Deck” in conjunction with the beginning of stepped up enforcement of Idaho’s seat belt law.
The Idaho Department of Lands sold two timber sales on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at Kamiah.
Hospice volunteers have been busy cutting and pasting. A group of ladies have been getting together to cut and make intricate paper ornaments for the annual Tree of Lights memorial celebration.
That sign the holidays are getting closer: the annual decorating of Grangeville’s Main Street lampposts. Volunteers were out last Friday morning, Nov. 13, putting up 50 new lighted Christmas garlands, assisted by an Avista crew. Among those helping last week included (pictured) Jane and Craig Spencer.
What started out as a leisurely afternoon horseback ride for two local girls turned into more of an adventure than they had bargained for.