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Brody seeks Idaho Supreme Court justice seat

'They want to be able to trust their justices will uphold the law...'

In discussing her race, candidate for Idaho Supreme Court Justice Robyn Brody said Idahoans she’s talked with across the state share a common view. “More than anything,” Brody said, “they want to be able to trust their justices will uphold the law and that they will apply the law equally, no matter who walks in the courtroom, and that their voice will be heard and considered.”

Statewide testing results released; local districts within state average

Statewide ISAT results in English Language Arts (ELA)/Literacy and mathematics assessment percentages were made available last week. With the release of ISAT (Idaho Standardized Achievement Tests) results for the 2015-2016 school year, statewide increases were seen in all grades for both ELA and math.

Homecoming week at SRHS

It’s homecoming week for the Salmon River Savages and today’s dress-up theme is blast from the past and tomorrow is Savage pride day. Today the football team will play the volleyball team in a volleyball match at lunchtime, and this evening a volleyball tournament is set versus the staff. A pizza party tournament will be held afterwards.

GHS assembly set for Friday

Grangeville High School will host speaker A'ric Jackson, this Friday, Sept. 23, 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. in the gym.

Washington man's body recovered

After 11 days of waiting, the family of Austin Kelley, 26, of Tumwater, Wash., has answers to his disappearance.

Landscape burn scheduled on Lochsa/Powell Ranger District

Start could be as soon as Friday, Sept. 16

Landscape burn could start as early as Friday, Sept. 16

Fall burning projects planned on Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests

Burns to run into October; details by district listed

The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests will be conducting fall prescribed burns through September and into October until weather or air quality conditions are no longer favorable. Roads and trail heads that lead into these areas will be posted with caution signs and a map of the prescribed fire locations.

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Beach takes GM position at ICLP

If Grangeville had a sister town, Weaverville, Calif., would be it, said Max Beach. Idaho County Light and Power’s new general manager grew up in the Northern California town of 3,500 people.

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It's Your Business: Reduced greens fees; Wells Fargo has ‘Teen Day’

Grangeville Country Club has lowered the greens fees now through Oct. 31. Play a round of 18 holes for $20 or nine holes for $10. Stop by while the weather is nice! •

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Zehner elected IACA president

Each year, the Idaho Association of County Assessors elects one person to serve as president of the Idaho Assessors. This year, Idaho County Assessor James Zehner was elected to serve for the 2017 year.

Dispatch Log – ICSO, GPD, CPD

Dispatch Log – ICSO, GPD, CPD Sept. 5-11

District, Magistrate courts

RECORDS – District, Magistrate courts - Sept. 14

Organizations

Organizations for Sept. 14

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‘He was such a good guy’

Search for drowning victim continues; effort assisted by high-tech equipment

“If there had been a sign, it wouldn’t save a lot of lives, but it would have saved Austin’s.” Jared Ross, father-in-law of presumed drowning victim Austin Kelley, talked Saturday, Sept. 10, about his disappointment there is not some marker at the site outlining the dangers inherent in the river. He spoke quietly, not with anger but a sorrow running deeper than the 48-foot current of water flowing in the Salmon River.

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