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Sigler obtains CCA accreditation

Some extra class time and studying has led Daniel Sigler to a lateral move in his career. Sigler, a Primeland serviceman, completed his Certified Crop Advisor accreditation and during the next year will train as a field agronomist for Primeland.

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Johnson honored with BLM award

On March 12, the Bureau of Land Management Principal Deputy Director Neil Kornze presented an award to a local biologist for his outstanding service to fish and wildlife conservation on public lands. The award was presented during the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference in Denver, Colorado.

Free Easter dinner set for The Hangout

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Do you have plans for Easter dinner? The Hangout in Cottonwood will host its annual free Easter dinner from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Easter Sunday, April 20. The menu will consist of ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, bread and a dessert.

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PTCCU debuts new building:Open house set for April 15

Locally owned and managed Pine Tree Community Credit Union will host an open house Tuesday, April 15, to unveil the newly renovated and expanded office to Idaho County residents. The office is located at 230 E. Main Street.

This week is ‘Circuit Breaker’ property tax reduction deadline

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April 15 is the last day to submit applications to your county assessor for a reduction in your property taxes.

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Syringa receives clean audit for FY 2013

The books are in order. Syringa Hospital received a clean audit from Crandall, Swenson, Gleason and Wadsworth Chtd, certified public accountants.

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PTCCU open house is April 15

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Mark your calendars for April 30, 5-8 p.m., at The Gallery. A “shop until you drop” event will be held with a variety of local vendors and treats to boot. Stay tuned for more details later this month and remember this will be a great event from which to order Mother’s Day gifts.

PBS to air live Idaho health insurance forum

As the March 31 deadline approaches for Idahoans to purchase insurance plans through Your Health Idaho, do you have questions or concerns about the state’s health insurance exchange?

Canyon House to celebrate 11th anniversary

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Canyon House, in White Bird is celebrating its 11th anniversary this Saturday, March 22. There will be door prizes and discounts throughout the store.

Job loss continues in rural areas

Jobs continue to be created in cities while they are lost in rural America, according to the latest employment figures released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Locals receive ‘Master Lumberman’ awards

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Does your child need to have his teeth cleaned but you are without any type of dental insurance? Nelson Family Dentistry in Grangeville has some appointments open Friday, March 21, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., through the Give Kids a Smile program. Children kindergarten through sixth grade without any type of dental insurance can get a free exam, x-rays and cleaning. Call 983-2422 right away to set up an appointment.

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Foundation donates funds for system

Jane Spencer, president of the Syringa Hospital Foundation, recently presented a check to Cindy Daly, director of nursing, for a new integrated hospital communication system. Daly thanked the Foundation board for quick action which came just as the old system was failing. She stated that the new system will improve patient safety, patient-to-staff, nurse-to-doctor, and staff-to-staff communication. She expects the system to enhance productivity, decrease response times, streamline workflow processes, and increase both patient and staff satisfaction.

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Chimney inspection an important safety measure

Chimney fires can be a shocking surprise for a homeowner, and as well a potential danger in spreading throughout the structure. So far, nine have been reported in Idaho County this year, and more are likely to occur as we weather the ongoing cold and snow of winter. Dick Straw of Straw’s Power Vac., Inc., recommends an annual inspection of your chimney, and – depending on how often you use your fireplace – a cleaning every year or so to remove creosote and soot buildup.

Pilates on tap; parsley good for allergies

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Instructor Rachel Burrell is bringing Pilates back to Groaners. The first class is free and will be held each Wednesday, beginning March 12. Classes will be held at noon and will last 45 minutes. The Pilates classes are for all levels and are included at no charge with a gym membership. Everyone is welcome to attend, just drop in at Groaners and get the class schedule and visit with manager Cindy Nelson or call 983-7070. The office is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Grower meeting set for Cottonwood

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Grower meeting set for Cottonwood

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