Election 2014: Dist. 7A house: Chilcott, McMillan Employment, education, ending obstruction issues for candidates
The need for legislators to end obstructionism and work for citizens’ best interests, such as in education, supporting living wages and job creation are issues in the race for State District 7A Representative, sought by Jessica Chilcott (D) of Sagle and incumbent Shannon McMillan (R) of Silverton.
“This is a one-time deal,” said Nicole Lowe of White Bird. “If it doesn’t pass, we lose the school and its property, period.”
Doyel Shamley of Nevada-based Veritas Research Consulting will accompany and advise Idaho County Commissioner Jim Chmelik in visits with Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests officials later this month.
A gunfire incident in Grangeville earlier this month has resulted in felony charges for two 35-year-old men. Preliminary hearings are set this Friday, Oct. 17, in magistrate court for Mike A. Heisey of Moriarty, N.M., and Abraham A. Oman of Grangeville.
A Grangeville man remains hospitalized in intensive care for injuries suffered in a rollover accident last week near Genesee.
A familiar face is again gracing Alicebelle’s Beauty Parlor.
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Republican candidates for local and state offices will be visiting with the public at stops in Riggins, Grangeville, Kooskia and Kamiah this Thursday, Oct. 16.
The Idaho County Republican Central Committee will meet Tuesday, Oct. 21, 6 p.m., at Super 8 Motel in Grangeville. This is the regular third Tuesday of the month meeting.
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GRAIN MARKET GRANGEVILLE (Primeland Co-op) October 13, 2014 Wheat (bu.) $5.76
Spirituality and the Arts at St. Gertrude will presents “The In-Between: From Classical to Jazz” on Sunday, Oct. 19, 3 p.m.
The fall session of “Kick Your BootCamp” is set to begin.
Saturday, Oct. 18, Nick Gerhardt, a resident along the Middle Fork of the Clearwater and now a retired hydrologist with the US Forest Service, will make a presentation on “Floods of the Clearwater and Lower Salmon River Basins.”