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Ready to shine: GHS in the running for GRAMMY recognition

Grammy Awards aren’t just for the rich and famous. Grangeville High School’s band is one of 120 schools nationwide up for a Grammy.

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Season Rolls Into Town

When Santa rolls through Cottonwood, you know Christmas isn’t far behind.

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O Christmas Tree: Stites farm a tradition for McFerons

It’s not about the money, money, money.

Two Grangeville attorneys in play for district judge job

Two Grangeville attorneys are in the running for the open Second Judicial District judge position, being vacated by outgoing Judge Michael Griffin.

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Taking deal: Woman to plead guilty in Exxon robbery

As part of an agreement with prosecutors, a 20-year-old Cottonwood woman will plead guilty to involvement in the 2013 armed robbery of a Grangeville gas station.

Moment To Shine

Grangeville Elementary Middle School sixth grader Kara Sanders offered a flute solo during the Syringa Hospital’s Festival of Trees community event Thursday, Dec. 4, at Real Life Church.

Route truck weight increase up for public review

Thursday ITD meeting in Riggins to take comment

A public hearing in Riggins this Thursday will take comment on an application before the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) seeking to allow trucks weighing up to 129,000 pounds on a nearly 250-mile section of U.S. Highway 95 from Fruitland to Lewiston.

Scams hit locals by phone, e-mail

Scammers have been busy lately, using both phone and e-mail to bilk Idaho County residents.

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Local volunteers sought to ring Salvation Army bell, collect funds: Kettle drive money stays in community

The Salvation Army Kettle Campaign has begun ringing their bells in Grangeville.

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Three win essay contests

Three local students have been named winners in a First Amendment essay contest.

Three bridge decks to be preserved in 2016 ITD projects

Three bridges in Idaho County will be resurfaced and repaired in 2016 to extend the life of the structures and preserve their driving surfaces, according to the Idaho Transportation Department announcement. Those bridges are Lawyers Canyon (north of Ferdinand), John Day Creek and the Goff (Time Zone) north of Riggins.

Dec. 18 meeting county multi-hazard plan open to public

Committee work will continue on updating the Idaho County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan at a meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, Dec. 18, 10:30 a.m., at the Syringa Hospital Soltman Center on Main Street.