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Idaho State Good Sam meet Sept. 11-13

Wondering what’s going on at the Idaho County Fairgrounds? Those are members of the Idaho State Good Sam Club meeting for their annual fall roundup this Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 11-3.

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Wheat production levels down: Hay up from year ago

Idaho winter and spring wheat production is down from this time last year, according to a release from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service, while hay production is up.

Football season is here: Pick your winners

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It’s football season! Don’t forget to fill out the football picks section starting this week in the Free Press (page 2B). It’s a lot of fun and you can win some great prizes all the while supporting your local businesses.

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Thank You: Tackett’s honored for “50 years of outstanding service"

Tackett’s Saw Service in Grangeville was honored for “50 years of outstanding service as a Honda Powersports dealer.”

Zumba starts; Group to offer counseling in area

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Tracy Gilmore, licensed zumba instructor, is bringing Zumba! Fitness to The Gym. Starting Sept. 2, classes will be held every Tuesday and Thursday, at two times: morning ...

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Dan Austin new face at Avista

A lifetime of leadership training led Dan Austin to his current position. Austin is the new operations manager for Grangeville’s Avista office.

RadioShack is now Verizon phone dealer

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LifeFlight will be hosting tours of their helicopter Friday, Aug. 22, in Cottonwood. The helicopter will be landing on the open area above the Prairie football field around 11 a.m. and will stay for approximately two hours.

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Food program faces strict regulations: Manager receives award; Chartwells services renewed

Food service in schools can be a tricky business. Ask Maureen Burney who manages the Chartwells program for Mountain View School District 244.

Grangeville chamber members meet: new lights needed

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The Grangeville Chamber of Commerce held its quarterly board meeting at The Gallery Thursday, July 24, with about 20 people attending. Several items of business were discussed including obtaining new Christmas lights and garland for the downtown light poles.

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Richards at the helm of Grangeville PO

Those who frequent the Grangeville Post Office have probably noticed a new face in the past few months.

PTCCU’s appreciation lunch will be this Friday

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An open house is set for North Idaho Correctional Institution in Cottonwood recognizing their 40th anniversary Thursday, Aug. 7, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with a ceremony taking place at 1 pm. Tours of the facility will be available.

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Wilks Pest Control on the job in region

“It’s a very rewarding business,” said Mel Wilks, owner of Wilks Pest Control. Along with taking care of bothering animal or insect problems, “you meet an awful lot of nice people.”

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Rehder-Jungert joins Syringa

Syringa Clinic has a familiar face in a new provider. Jan Rehder-Jungert was recently hired and will work in the clinic part time.

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Merchants looking to replace downtown decor

The Grangeville Merchants Committee is looking for some help with donations to replace the downtown street light Christmas decor.

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Garden sells summer produce

Looking for some salad toppers, something to finish off that pasta sauce, or maybe veggies to can in preparation for winter? If you’re without a garden of your own or looking for other types of produce, check out Camas Garden west of Fenn.