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April unemployment holds steady at a seven-year low

Signs of strong economic growth continued in April as Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at a seven-year low of 3.8 percent.

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Former Stites woman pens spy e-book for kids

Former Free Press writer Carlin Lohrey recently penned another e-book called “Spy Secrets.”

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P1FCU youth month winners announced

In celebration of National Credit Union Youth Month in April, Potlatch No. 1 Federal Credit Union in Grangeville had several drawings and events.

Free fitness day Saturday; graduation special section is out

The Made to Grow Grant will recognize one deserving small business with a $10,000 grant and be featured in Umpqua Bank’s Local Spotlight program.

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Panel examines telepsychiatry for Idaho healthcare

Grangeville’s Griffis is on panel

Telepsychiatry is an important tool in expanding access to mental health and substance use care in remote areas of Idaho and plays a key role in enhancing the state’s behavioral health system, according to health and technology experts who spoke at a panel discussion April 29.

Merchants raising money for downtown decor

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Classic car lovers, put on your white T-shirt guys, and gals put on those peddle pushers and grab a scarf. Cruise on over to the Grangeville Country Club Tuesday, May 12, around 6 p,m., ...

YWCA purse auction is Saturday at Cottonwood

Do you have plans for this Saturday evening, May 2? Join the staff and friends from the local YWCA at The Hangout in Cottonwood, 4 p.m.

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Stamper winner 2015 KORT Tax Clueless

Tax time became a happy time for Carla Stamper.

Idaho is sixth in economic outlook

Idaho is No. 13 in the economic performance rank and No. 6 in the economic outlook rank, according to the newest edition of Rich States, Poor States, released recently by the American Legislative Exchange Council.

Idaho Power proposes reduction to PCA surcharge

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission is taking public comment through May 15 on an Idaho Power Company proposal to reduce the annual Power Cost Adjustment (PCA) surcharge by about 1 percent.

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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.