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‘It’s not easy – and it shouldn’t be’ - 14 school personnel from region take firearm training course

Fourteen school personnel, 11 from MVSD and three from Salmon River, recently took a firearms safety and training course. The end result, — the school board hoped as they were finalizing the policy — was to place specific educators/staff with firearms on their person or be privy to a classified place and code where a firearm was hidden, thus being able to protect students if needed.

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US12 paving work under way; part of 50-mile ITD project

Paving work started this week, the first section of a 50-mile project along U.S. Highway 12 to improve mobility and safety. According to the Idaho Transportation Department, the 27-mile section between Tumble Creek and Saddle Camp Road will be resurfaced first, followed by the 23-mile section between Warm Springs and the Idaho-Montana border in August.

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Gun used to threaten, hit victim

Earl A. Clough, 73, is charged with aggravated battery and robbery, both felonies. He is released from custody on a $50,000 bond, pending his July 12 hearing in magistrate court.

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Oregon man arrested for felony eluding

Jeremy W. Garcia, 40, with his last address as Grants Pass, was arrested on charges of felony eluding, misdemeanor resisting and obstructing and driving without privileges. He is being held in the Idaho County jail on $30,000 bond.

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Tac Tech set to go in Elk City

Look for new employment opportunities soon in Elk City. John McKee and Steve Knutzen have started the business “Tac Tech Manufacturing.” The duo, who both retired to the Elk City area, are manufacturing trailers to be used for communications during emergencies.

July 11, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


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