Saturday, Oct. 18, Nick Gerhardt, a resident along the Middle Fork of the Clearwater and now a retired hydrologist with the US Forest Service, will make a presentation on “Floods of the Clearwater and Lower Salmon River Basins.”
Monday, Oct. 6 Grangeville – Cow problem Mt Idaho Grade Rd/NRR; Dog bite Kacey...
Sept. 28- Oct. 5
RP advised a couple of guys trespassing and hunting on RP’s land. RP’s son is out with him and the hunters. RP couldn’t get a hold of F&G to report...
Idaho County District Court Judge Michael J. Griffin Magistrate Jeff Payne
“Are you going to be scared if a fireman has to come to your home in the middle of the night?” asked Grangeville Volunteer Fireman Andrew Lane.
The Idaho County Democrats held their election season Greencreek Dinner last Saturday, Oct. 11, at the Greencreek Community Hall.
Grangeville High School hosted its homecoming activities last week which included a parade through town ending in a pep rally at Heritage Square Friday, Oct. 10.
Salas, 53, last seen Saturday morning, Oct. 11
WARREN – Multiple agencies continue to search for a Boise hunter who has been lost in the Warren area since Saturday, Oct. 11.
Scammers are working familiar angles to defraud area residents of their money.
Public lands management and improving communication and education with county residents on its governmental operations are a few issues for candidates in the District 1 Commissioner race. Incumbent Republican “Skip” Brandt will face fellow Kooskia resident, Independent George Perry, in the Nov. 4 general election. This is a four-year-term position that receives an annual $23,945 salary.
The U.S. Forest Service is asking a federal judge for a mulligan on a travel planning decision at the heart of its years-long court battle with the Idaho State Snowmobile Association (ISSA) and Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC).
2007 accident leaves McAdow paralyzed but ‘disability’ doesn’t slow him down
The past seven years have been hard rows to hoe for 22-year-old Tom McAdow. But don’t offer a him any sympathy – that’s not what he’s looking for.
Grab the girlfriends, mothers, sisters, aunts and grandmas and make a date for Wednesday, Oct. 15, noon, at the Soltman Center.
Three people were injured yesterday, Oct. 7, in a two-vehicle collision on Johnston Road just west of Grangeville.
Area domestic violence task force members were tying one on Monday, Oct. 6. Tying ribbons, that is.