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Pair arrested on felony meth charges

Tip leads to Valley County man allegedly mailing drug to Kooskia woman

Two people have been arrested on felony drug charges following a joint operation between the sheriff’s offices in Idaho and Valley counties and the U.S. Postal Inspector Service.

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Warm, wet weather system may bring more runoff

Concerns for travel corridors include Lolo Pass

Problems from rain and melting snow are forecasted to resume starting Thursday, Feb. 16, according to the National Weather Service office in Missoula. A warm and wet system, complete with mild temperatures and measurable rainfall, will occur Thursday through Friday. While this system will be quick to cross through the region, a total of a half- inch to an inch of rain is likely during this time.

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PTCCU elects two new directors at annual meeting

Fun, visiting, food and business were all part of Pine Tree Community Credit Union’s annual meeting held Saturday, Jan. 28.

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It's Your Business: Farris completes activity certification; ‘Sushi Night’ set

Thanks to Cozy Care Daycare that recently provided two microwaves for use in the Grangeville Elementary Middle School so kids can microwave food in the lunchroom. Great idea!

Cottonwood delivery service now available

Who wants to go out in this weather to go eat or get groceries. Your car is broken down and you need parts. You have a prescription ready but are too sick to pick it up. All you need to do is call Come On Delivery and they will bring whatever you need right to your door. Starting this week, Come On Delivery will be serving Cottonwood and the surrounding area. They will be available from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and 5-8 p.m., seven days a week. In-town delivery charge will be $5 and include .50/mile for out-of-town deliveries.

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Friends And Music

The Old Time Fiddlers and friends played music at the Idaho County Veterans Community and Outreach Center in Grangeville Friday, Feb. 10, while local historian Eldene Wasem signed her book, “Taming the Meadows.”

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Time To Dance

Tucker and Gay Lindsey enjoyed a dance at the Fireman’s Ball in White Bird last Saturday, Feb. 11, at Hoot’s Cafe. The annual event is hosted by the White Bird Chamber and will benefit the fire departments of Grangeville, White Bird, Riggins, and the Salmon River Rural Dept.

Idaho County production up from 2015

For Idaho County, 2016 saw a dramatic increase in crop production, in comparison to the prior year, per data released by the National Agricultural Statistics Service. Increases, per crop, varied from more than half to one-and-a-half times what producers saw in 2015.

Court Records: District, Magistrate

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Court Records: District, Magistrate

Dispatch Log: ICSO, GPD, CPD

Dispatch Log: Feb. 6 - Feb. 12

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