Anderson Aeromotive of Grangeville was noted in the February issue of AOPA Pilot magazine for its role in the restoration of a B-29 Superfortress named “Doc.”
ACE Home Center in Grangeville is a hopping place of activity, and that will be especially true Friday, Feb. 10.
Seven move on to state level
On Jan. 20, 10 Grangeville High School students traveled to Lewiston to participate in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) Regional Competition for districts 1 and 2 at Lewis-Clark State College.
Peanut party set for Saturday in Keuterville; NRA banquet to be held Feb. 10
Don’t forget, the NRA Banquet and Fund-raiser is set for Friday, Feb. 10, at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville...
This year it will provide a interactive white board
Kids Klub, Inc., in Grangeville recently received a grant in the amount of $4,000 from Umpqua Bank and its Community Giving grant program.
A good price and good service that’s easily competitive with what the “big boys” offer. But that’s how neighbors treat neighbors.
“I’ve only been in office a week, so I can’t report a whole lot,” laughed Denis Duman of Cottonwood. He is the newly elected District 3 Idaho County Commissioner. Duman spoke to a crowd of 23 people at the Grangeville Chamber of Commerce quarterly meeting held Jan. 18, at Oscar’s Restaurant.
“We could not have done this without the wonderful support from the community and so many others,” said Idaho County Veterans Outreach and Community Center director Jinny Cash. Cash spoke to attendees at the quarterly Grangeville Chamber of Commerce meeting Jan. 18.
Have plans for Saturday evening? Shirley’s Dance Studio, Grangeville area dancers, will present their winter recital this Saturday, Jan. 28, 4 p.m., at Grangeville High School. It’s always a fun time to see dancers ages 3 on up to adults in beautiful costumes who have been working hard since August. It’s also free admission, so come on out and support these local kiddos.
“Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night” may be the postman’s creed, but it certainly applies to the staff at St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics as well. Each month, St. Mary’s providers head upriver to Elk City, braving cold and snow and ice in the winter months, to offer medical services to a community that might otherwise have a difficult time obtaining them. Last month, those care providers consisted of Peg Gehring, NP, Shelli Lothspeich, Michelle Hain-Flores, nursing staff, and Kelly Williams, admissions manager.
Dave Robinson at Robinson’s Garage on Grangeville’s Main Street is in the tire business. Stop in and check out the tires he has for sale. Call 983-1151.
After 21 years with Bud’s PowerSports in Cottonwood, Todd Stenzel is ready for a change.
Brett Rogers is the new safety manager for the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests. Rogers has been the assistant fire management officer (AFMO) on the Lochsa Ranger District for the past four years.
Representatives of Pine Tree Credit Union in Grangeville presented a $4,832 check to volunteers with the Camas Prairie Food Bank. Funds were raised through the second annual food drive – sponsored by the credit union and Bud’s Powersports that matched $3 with every dollar donated.
Dr. Jill Lane, O.D., has moved her Camas Prairie Eye Clinic to 405 East Main Street (across from Pioneer Park and next to Les Schwab). Visit her website at www.camaseyes.com or call 983-3732.