Have breakfast made for you on New Year’s Day and help a local student to boot.
December 2016’s Log Trucker (Logger’s World) Magazine features Grangeville’s Steve Fogleman Trucking.
The American Red Cross will host their next blood drive at the Grangeville Armory on Thursday, Jan. 5. To schedule an appointment, go to www.redcross.org. •
Unclaimed property lies in the possession of the State of Idaho awaiting to be claimed by residents.
Recent changes in a Cottonwood business mainstay are obvious as you drive west along Main Street. Nuxoll Shell Service, owned by Don Nuxoll, was sold to Ryan Uhlenkott, and The Tire Guy opened Nov. 1.
Tara Ross of Cottonwood is the week-three winner for the “4 Weeks of Christmas” holiday showcase.
Dori Dixon, Melinda Hall, Mary Ann Davidson and Karen Cox of Animal Ark Lost and Found would like to thank all those who showed Saturday, Dec. 3, for Pets and Kids Pictures with Santa. They would also like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Santa, Primeland Country Store for letting them have the pictures taken there, One Hour Photo (Toni Baker for taking photos and Robert Nida for developing them), and Sue Kutner from The Gallery for matting the pictures.
Freedom Northwest Credit Union (FNWCU) in cooperation with the City of Kamiah and the City of Kooskia is constructing Kids’ Splash Fountain sites at each city park.
Week one winner for the “4 Weeks of Christmas” holiday showcase giveaway is Brianna Kaschmitter of Grangeville. She is pictured here with GreenAcres owner Russ Lindsley, who provided a $100 gift card to GreenAcres for the first week’s prize. Kaschmitter plans to use the winnings on some landscaping at the new home she and her husband are currently building outside of town.
o you enjoy reading? Book-N-Hand, a new book store (with “books, et cetera”) opened Monday at 158 East Main Street, Grangeville. Stop by and see what they have to offer.
An informational meeting is set for Thursday, Dec. 1, for those interested in microbrewing and/or distilling spirits. The Ida-Lew Economic Development Council is sponsoring the event starting at 5:30 p.m. at The Gallery.
Support Small Business Saturday Nov. 26. Check out this week’s papers for business ads and set out to support the Idaho County economy by shopping at these local places.
Grangeville Centennial Library is full of some new as well as familiar faces. Coming on board recently as library director is Angie Norman while Michele Waite is the assistant. Aides are Sandra Aiken, Hannah Rauzi, Dani Brooks and Candace Williams.
Allen Rowley has accepted the offer to serve as director of forest management, concurrent with his position as director of rangeland management and vegetation ecology in the National Forest System Deputy Area, Washington office. He began his new assignment Nov. 13.
The Selway Bar at 26 North Main Street in Kooskia is now open. Stop by daily beginning at 8 a.m. Fridays offer karaoke at 8 p.m. Call 926-4994.