May 28, 2015
May 27, 2015
May 27, 2015
May 27, 2015
Signs of strong economic growth continued in April as Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at a seven-year low of 3.8 percent.
It's your business.
Former Free Press writer Carlin Lohrey recently penned another e-book called “Spy Secrets.”
Native insects and diseases are a natural part of the forest, but they sometimes damage more trees than is desired, especially when actions – some done unknowingly — create a favorable environment for them.
Earlier this spring, the Marek Ranch in White Bird took advantage of a warm afternoon to brand calves.
In a unanimous decision Monday night, the Grangeville City Council approved a recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission to deny a conditional use permit for a Syringa Hospital helipad on Main Street.
While friends and family continue to search for missing men Patrick Lusk and Jason Gritten this morning with help of Corporal Justin Scuka, Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings said no signs of life were found Tuesday, May 19.
Following inquiry on last week’s fatal house fire in Cottonwood, investigators say the owner, Robert George Jull, 72, intentionally set his trailer home on fire just prior to shooting himself.
Grangeville senior Kaleala Bass capped a brilliant season with individual victories in the girls 800 (pictured, 2:17.04), 400 (58.34 seconds) and 200 (26.67), in addition to anchoring a victorious medley relay (1:52.04) earlier in the track and field meet held May 15-16 in Middleton.
In celebration of National Credit Union Youth Month in April, Potlatch No. 1 Federal Credit Union in Grangeville had several drawings and events.
Landing in Grangeville may have been a bit of a fluke for Les Loeber, but staying wasn’t.
Grangeville American Legion Post 37 is coordinating Memorial Day Events on Monday, May 25. At 9 a.m., all community members are invited to a memorial ceremony with presentation of wreaths at the Veterans Memorial at Prairie View Cemetery.
The Made to Grow Grant will recognize one deserving small business with a $10,000 grant and be featured in Umpqua Bank’s Local Spotlight program.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest plans to open several forest roads on the Salmon River and Red River Ranger Districts again this summer for personal use firewood cutting.
The Idaho County Invasive Plant Department is hosting a weed identification booth at the Celebrating Wildflowers School Field Trip for area third-grade students this Friday, May 22.