Farmers’ Market sets activities

In celebration of Idaho's Farmers' Market Week as proclaimed by Governor Butch Otter, the Grangeville Farmers' Market will be hosting some special events.

Crazy Days, new faces

It’s Crazy Days time in Grangeville! Look in this week’s Shopper and Free Press for ads on what stores are participating and “Go Crazy” shopping downtown Grangeville!

Unclaimed properties named for Idaho County residents

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

Fire Danger: moderate to extreme in region

This week, the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests report fire danger in the uplands is listed as “moderate,” and the Salmon River Canyon area as “extreme.” To prevent wildfires, the USFS says use your ashtray; don’t throw a cigarette out of the window of a vehicle.

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New Sign

Idaho Forest Group in Grangeville has new office space plus a new sign in a newly landscaped area on U.S. Highway 95.

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St. Mary’s 50-year party

Ribs, balloons and people, oh my! It was a party for all generations as St. Mary’s Hospital celebrated 50 years July 15 with a barbecue at the Idaho County Fairgrounds.

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Goehring is real estate agent

Just a few short weeks after graduating from Grangeville High School, Travis Goehring didn’t expect to find himself hitting the books.

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P1FCU adds Saturday hours; thanks to Flying B

As seen on Outdoor Idaho on PBS: Idaho Mountain Search and Rescue Unit in Boise started selling hot buttered corn ...

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Resource Center Donation

“Syringa Hospital and Clinics and the volunteers from Syringa Cancer Resource Center ..."

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Stephanie Forsmann Photography opens shop

After nearly 13 years of using her home as a base for her business, Stephanie Forsmann has moved out.

SMH receives new colonoscopes

St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation recently donated more than $77,000 to the hospital to help fund the new colonoscopes. These new high resolution Pentax Medical i-series scopes improve visualization and polyp detection when performing colonoscopies. Through screening, a normal (benign) polyp called an adenoma can be removed before it becomes cancerous. Screening can also detect colorectal cancer early — when it is most curable.

Dogs dumped; Brown Bags canceled

You can give blood through the Inland Northwest Blood Center whose mobile unit will be at Asker’s Harvest Foods in Grangeville, 415 W. Main Street, Thursday, July 16, 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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Brooks takes helm of Syringa Thrift

Kristi Brooks Soltman has come full circle.

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McNab to bid farewell to Free Press

Klement will take helm Oct. 1

A lifetime career in the newspaper business will come to an end Sept. 30 for Andy McNab.

St. Mary’s sets July 15 for anniversary celebration

Expert sewing machine repair is now available in the Riggins area by a man with 35 years of experience.