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Halloween Fun At Grangeville Senior Center

The Grangeville Senior Center held a costume contest during its meal time on Halloween last Wednesday, Oct. 31, sponsored by Season’s Restaurant, which provided four $10 gift certificates for the winners.

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Riggins News: Savages to tackle Lighthouse Christian Nov. 10

My quote of the week: “Life is too short to wake up in the morning with regrets. So, love the people who treat you right, forgive the ones who don’t, and believe that everything happens for a reason. If you get a chance, take it. If it changes your life, let it. Nobody said it would be easy, they just promised it would be worth it,” by Dr. Seuss.

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Laird to speak to historical society in Kamiah Nov. 11

Pam Laird will speak to the Kamiah Valley Historical Society Sunday, Nov. 11, at 2 p.m., in Kamiah at the Welcome Center. The event is free. She will tell about how Native pre-European people lived and how they explored and learned about the world around their own villages and beyond including trading, agriculture, and subsentence.

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Charges against CVES principal dismissed

The charges accused Hill of child abuse, cruelty and endangerment. The PSC panel of three heard the case, beginning at 9 a.m., and made the unanimous decision at 3:30 p.m. to dismiss all charges.

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Locals become families program facilitators

The Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC) recently held a “Train the Trainer” facilitators training for The Strengthening Families Program (SFP). This program is a free, seven-week interactive workshop for parents and youths ages 6 to 16, that will begin to be offered in the Kamiah community and surrounding area after the holiday season. Six Kamiah community members graduated the training and are now able to offer the training locally. This is the first time that the program will be available locally.

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Windy Shingle harvest project hit by fire, lawsuit

“Although this high severity is in the project area,” the SIR read in part, “it will not impact any planned actions.” But according to a civil complaint environmentalists filed in federal court last week, the fire also got into an area of old growth inside the project area.

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


Missing woman’s dog found; attempt fails to use Ace to find Johnson

Connie Johnson had been missing for nearly three weeks when her border collie, Ace, walked into the Moose Creek Ranger Station airstrip last Tuesday, Oct. 23. The family of the 76-year-old Nezperce woman worked with a search team to fly the dog back into the search area in hopes it would lead them to her. That hope was short-lived.

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Up 16.8 percent from 2014; county election interest shows in absentee voting

Traditionally known for low voter turnout, midterm elections this November are forecasted to see a sizeable bump in the ballot box from the average, according to national analysts, as a left-versus-right referendum on the Trump Administration, and for which party will control Congress. At the local level, absentee voting numbers from the Idaho County Election Office are bearing out the predictions.

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Having A Ball At Kids Klub Halloween event

A cast of characters mingled, ate and danced in the Greencreek Community Hall last Saturday evening, Oct. 27, at the Kids Klub Halloween Costume Ball. Approximately 200 people attended the fund-raising event, proceeds from which will go toward playground equipment.

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