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Dispatch Log: ICSO, GPD, CPD

Grangeville – Citizen dispute over property Rice Creek/CIV; Abandoned vehicle Pittsburg Landing/UTL; Possibly house burglary Rice Creek/NRR; Citizen dispute/threatening over property Deasy Dr/NRR; Dead deer in rd Hwy 7 MP 7/NRR; Kooskia – Goats destroying property Hwy 13/NRR; Subject driving on suspended license Woodland Rd/NRR; Suspicious activity with mail Tinker Creek Ln/NRR; Dispute between roommates Hwy 12 MP 69/NRR; Harassment Dyche Rd/NRR; Abandoned vehicle Big Cedar Rd; Fire Rupp Rd; Possible prowler North St/UTL; Riggins – VIN Hwy 95 MP 215; Burglary arrest of a 57-yr-old Kamiah male Main St/ARR; Elk City– Burglary Main St/RT; Vandalism of house locks Sweeney Hill Rd/RT; GPD – Dog not being taken care of N Hall St; Citizen dispute over contact Main St; Medical West North 2nd St; Agency assist on interview for stolen vehicle N Junction; CPD – Ambulance transfer; Agency assist on locating subject Main St; Reckless driver Hwy 95 & Main St.

Court Records: Feb. 18, 2015

Idaho County District Court Judge Michael J. Griffin Magistrate Jeff Payne

Call Log: Lewis County Sheriff

Wednesday, Feb. 4 Wanted subject at Pit Stop parking lot. Blue Dodge hit pedestrian and kept going.

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Cattle business a family legacy for Camas Prairie Angus Ranch

“Females are the foundation, but bulls are our business”

Sweepstakes scam takes local woman for $19,000-plus

It was the lure of a Publishers Clearing House (PCH) prize windfall: $2.5 million. Instead, it turned out to be a scam that cost a Grangeville-area woman more than $19,000.

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Summit bids farewell to Chilean students

Summit Academy students and staff gathered on Jan. 28 after lunch to wish foreign exchange students “Cocoa” Maria Jose Garcia and “Nachi” Maria Ignacia Garcia “Adios” for their return to Chile, South America. The two arrived in September 2014.

Call Log: Lewis County Sheriff

Drugs - drug burn. Property damage - RP advised someone sat on his Jeep’s hood and dented it...

Court Records: February 11, 2015

Idaho County District Court Judge Michael J. Griffin Magistrate Jeff Payne

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Locals may qualify for property tax reductions

‘Circuit Breaker’ could save some as much as $1,320

Could you qualify for a reduction in Idaho property taxes? According to AARP research, just less than half of the more than 55,000 Idahoans eligible for a reduction in their property taxes actually apply for this discount.

Gardening skills class offered through LCSC outreach

It's Your Business

Taxpayers who want to file both their federal and state income tax returns online for free should visit the Idaho State Tax Commission website at tax.idaho.gov and click on the “Free individual income tax e-file” link (under the “Quick Picks” section).

Grocery credit available even for those who don’t earn enough to file taxes

Idaho residents who don’t normally make enough money to file an income tax return can still get a refund of the grocery tax credit for 2014. The tax credit, which offsets the sales tax on groceries, is $100 for most Idaho residents who aren’t required to file an income tax return, plus $100 for each of their dependents. Residents age 65 and older get $20 more.

Forest Supervisor’s Office in Kamiah to change office hours

Beginning Feb. 17, the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests Supervisor’s Office, located in Kamiah, will change office hours to 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Levy set for March 10; amount same as previous year

Loss of SRS funds a $1.2M blow to MVSD

It’s no secret the end of SRS (Secure Rural Schools) funds will have a large impact on rural schools, but just how dramatic this picture will be is déjà vu for Mountain View School District (MVSD) 244.

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‘Childish’: Vandals leave spray-painted trail on cars, buildings across west side of Grangeville

Grangeville police continue to investigate last week’s vandalism spree across multiple west side blocks that left vehicles and buildings tagged with spray paint.

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Clear Creek restoration moving forward

In Clear Creek, Alternative C it is.