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Tri-hospital softball tourney set for Saturday

GRANGEVILLE — Are you ready to participate in America’s favorite pastime? That’s right, baseball. Or softball in this case. This Saturday, Sept. 8, the first Tri-Hospital Employee Softball Tournament will be held with all proceeds going to local search and rescue organizations. The event is set for the Grangeville Lions Park ball field. The event is lightheartedly named “Clash of the Quacks” and will be a round robin softball tournament with employees from Syringa Hospital and Clinics in Grangeville, St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics in Cottonwood, and Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics in Orofino.

September 5, 2018 6 a.m. read more..

Comm - Milestone - Anniversary - Holes - 60 years

The first time that Ellamae Brown of Emmett, Idaho, caught the eye of Jerry Holes of Grangeville, Idaho, was when she was passing by his Boise State dorm room window. Luckily their paths met again during the first snowfall of that winter.

September 5, 2018 6 a.m. read more..

It's Your Business 2018: Advanced Welding and Steel named February Small Business of the Month

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Senator Jim Risch (R-ID), chairman of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship, named Advanced Welding and Steel (AWS) of Grangeville, as the “Small Business of the Month” for February 2018. AWS was recognized in the Congressional Record of the Senate. “Growing from a 6,000 square-foot shop in 2003 to the current state-of-the-art 60,000 square foot shop, Advanced Welding and Steel is a great example of the determined entrepreneurial spirit found all across Idaho,” said Chairman Risch. “Ryan Uhlenkott's company provides an excellent product with exceptional commitment to their customers, and they make a sizable impact in the local and national fabricating industry. I would like to be the first to congratulate Ryan and his team on this well-deserved recognition.”

September 1, 2018 6 a.m. read more..

Council takes up question of library taxing district

Should Grangeville Centennial Library break off from the city and form its own tax-supported district? Is there interest? Who would head the effort? Last Monday, Aug. 20, the Grangeville City Council discussed the issue that has been in the air the past several years for both this body, as well as by the Grangeville Centennial Library board itself.

August 29, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


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