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Garden sells summer produce

Looking for some salad toppers, something to finish off that pasta sauce, or maybe veggies to can in preparation for winter? If you’re without a garden of your own or looking for other types of produce, check out Camas Garden west of Fenn.

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NICI ‘40th’ open house set for Aug. 7

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The first Grangeville’s Farmers Market of the summer opens at Pioneer (City) Park Saturday, July 26, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Stoplight acts as noise meter at SMH

Did you hear Cottonwood has its first stoplight? This is located in the hall of St. Mary’s Hospital and serves as a noise meter which lets staff and visitors know if they are getting too loud.

‘Shade Rule’ approved

Idaho forest landowners will follow new State rules for harvesting timber near fish-bearing streams as of July 1.

Unclaimed properties listed

Unclaimed property lies in the possession of the State of Idaho awaiting to be claimed by residents.

Chamber to host meeting July 24; it’s ‘Selfie’ time

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The Grangeville Chamber of Commerce will hold its quarterly meeting on July 24th in The Gallery, commencing at noon. Carla Wilkins, LCSC Outreach Coordinator, will inform about what programs are available and what the Outreach Center can do for business.

Idaho employment continues at record high

Businesses hired at or just below their May average for the past five years, maintaining Idaho’s steady economic recovery and driving the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate below 5 percent for the first time in nearly six years.

Bud’s PowerSports grand opening set for July 18

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Recently Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter and Idaho Commerce Director Jeffery Sayer welcomed the news that Idaho’s small business owners gave Idaho an A+ in overall small business friendliness in a nationwide survey, according to Thumbtack.com, ranking Idaho second in the nation.

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Archeologist takes Esto Perpetua Award

On June 12, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Archeologist David Sisson of the Cottonwood Field Office, along with Dr. Loren Davis, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Oregon State University (OSU), was presented the 2014 Idaho Historical Society’s “Esto Perpetua” award for their efforts to evaluate and preserve the archaeological resources along the Lower Salmon River.

Thanks for flags, GHR; Spears’ book available

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Save the date for Stites Days which is set for July 12 and 13. For details call Martha at 926-7300 or for a parade entry form (10 a.m. on Saturday the 12th) call Dan Coulter at 926-7241.

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Two-Bits is back in the saddle

Market re-introducing old-time favorite; free rides set for June 27

The dust has settled after months of hard work that has made Cash and Carry Market more spacious and appealing.

Party for Aiken set for June 30

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The Frozen Potato Express is coming again this year. The Idaho Food Bank Truck will be at the Grangeville Senior Citizens Center parking lot Thursday, June 26. Cases of frozen potatoes will be given out between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

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Campbell honored for 40 years at Wells Fargo

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Kim Bixby is the May employee of the month for St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood.

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Grangeville EMTs get new ride

There is a new addition to the Syringa EMT team … a new ambulance.

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When Two Worlds Meet

Visitors from India not only visited Dog Bark Park June 12 but also had the opportunity to tour the Don Tacke farm near Cottonwood.

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