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Pumpkin patch brings joy to kids as well as gardener

Scott and Cindy Godfrey invited more than 50 kids to their home on Vrieling Road last week to pick out a pumpkin at their patch. “It’s all Cindy,” smiled Scott, welcoming kids from Kinder Ready and Kids Klub on Friday, Oct. 12. Kinder Sprouts came out the day before. Cindy is the executive director of Kids Klub, Inc.

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The Wylde Hare opens on Main Street; Grand opening is today, Oct. 17

This week, Grangeville gained a bit more craftiness. The Wylde Hare opened at 227 Main Street, by Radio Shack (former home to The Book Shoppe). Owner Laurie Rockwell opened the shop’s doors on Monday and will be host to the shop’s grand opening today, Wednesday, Oct. 17, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The store will be open those hours Mondays through Saturdays.

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GHS students to offer art classes

A Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) for FFA/forestry class has brought three Grangeville High School young women together. Senior Ashley Burton, junior Truth “Alleyna” Edmondson and freshman Maitland Martin have joined forces as “The Art-Some Trio” for their SAE. The project represents 20 percent of their class grade for Ms. Katie Mossman.

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Dog grooming opens shop on C Street

For Sara Corder, having her own shop is a dream come true. “That’s always been my goal,” she smiled. “And it’s happened!” Grooming By Sara is open at 416 North C Street (blue building across from Camas Body Shop). “I’ve always loved animals, so it was a good fit,” she said. Corder previously lived in Orofino and worked as a dog groomer for six years. She learned from a groomer in Lewiston. She later became a veterinarian assistant at Camas Prairie Veterinary Hospital for Dr. Volkman and then started grooming dogs from that location.

October 10, 2018 6 a.m. read more..
 

Reward set in cow shooting case

The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a livestock shooting death that happened sometime the last weekend in September. A $1,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible.

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Lawyering up: Idaho County budgets more for legal services

With the Idaho County Commission budgeting for a new civil service, the commissioners approved an increase of more than 21 percent in the county prosecutor’s budget for fiscal 2019. Had it been included with the line where Idaho County Commission chairman Skip Brandt told the Free Press the new spending belongs, the new $50,000 budget item would have shown up as a 44 percent increase in the commissioners line in the legal notice the Free Press published in August.

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It's Your Business: Flu shots ready locally

Syringa Hospital and Clinics in Grangeville is offering to bring influenza vaccines to local businesses to administer to employees. The “Traveling Flu Clinic” will be available to Grangeville businesses from Monday, Oct. 15 through Friday, Oct. 19. To schedule a time for the clinic to stop by your business, call Dana at 208-983-8571. Flu shots are a preventative service covered 100 percent by most insurance companies. If employees wish to not use insurance, vaccines will be $35. Cash or checks accepted at time vaccine is administered.

October 3, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


GEMS Jogathon: Bubbles And Colors

The Grangeville Elementary Middle School Parent Teacher Organization held its annual jog-a-thon to raise funds for various school projects. Students through fifth grade participated in the bubble run while those in grades six through eight participated in the color run. People from throughout the community sponsored the runners. Main T-shirt sponsor was Central Idaho Properties.

October 3, 2018 6 a.m. read more..

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