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PCS Laser connects generations with QR Coding

Imagine walking through a cemetery of your ancestors and being able to learn more than simply a date or name. QR Coding, and, specifically, PCS Laser and Memorial out of Lewiston, has made that a possibility.

TOPS to host tea; Kamiah Farmers’ Market opens April 25

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The National Weather Service will sponsor an upcoming weather spotter training today, Wednesday, April 22, at Super 8, 7 p.m.

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Saw Sharpening 101

Dave Crousser (not pictured) recently provided a class on saw sharpening for Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach. Students, some of whom are pictured here in the hands-on class, learned a variety of ways in which to safely sharpen their saws.

Hay market in 2014 lowest since 2008

According to Northwest Farm Credit Services, the Northwest hay market is tepid ahead of new crop harvest.

Nearly 30 percent of Idahoans have low wage jobs

Where does Idaho rank on improving the financial security of families?

Zip Trip tops in Pepsi sales; GHS prom grand march set for Saturday night

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The Grangeville Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly meeting is set for Thursday, April 16, at The Gallery.

Spokane day trip set for May 9; to benefit SPPS

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Has anyone seen the 1972 bound volume of the Free Press? It’s missing from our office and we would love to have it returned. Let us know if you know of its whereabouts.

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Crabtree retires after 31 years on the job

After defending Idaho County from invaders for 31 years, Carl Crabtree is stepping down.

Syringa survey will go to locals

In 2016, significant amounts of money will be awarded to Idaho communities through the Idaho Department of Commerce Community Development Block Grants (CDBG).

Les Schwab chili winners; GHS drill set

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King’s in Grangeville will host a “Bunny Hop” Saturday, April 4, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Stand on an egg each half hour and if your number is called you will win a $20 Kings gift card.

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Umpqua grant provides iPads for Kids Klub

Thanks to Umpqua Bank, area kids will be a little more tech savvy.

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SMH gets new ambulance

Thanks to a $102,000 grant from the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, a $5,000 donation from St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation and a $1,500 donation from the Berklund Foundation, St. Mary’s Hospital was able to purchase a new 2014 Chevy G4500 diesel ambulance priced at $146,341.

County weed expert Crabtree to retire; open house is Friday

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Start getting your bikes tuned up and ready now! The Just for the Hill of It bike challenge is Saturday, June 6. Registration or sponsorship forms are available at Syringa Hospital or hospice. All proceeds go to Syringa Hospice.

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Hospitals expand Telehealth program

St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley Hospitals are two of four community hospitals in North Idaho that now provide a higher level of care for patients experiencing stroke as part of the telemedicine program offered by Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center; the other two are Bonner General Health in Sandpoint and Gritman Medical Center in Moscow.

IDOL posters available to employees at no cost

Idaho businesses are often solicited by private companies to pay for required labor law posters that the Idaho Department of Labor provides free online and through its local offices.