Sts. Peter and Paul School hosted its annual Chocolate Fantasy fund-raiser last Saturday, March 18, at the SPPS gymnasium.
‘No us vs. them’
“There is no ‘us versus them,’” Syringa Hospital board vice-president Steve Didier, Kooskia, said at the Feb. 28 board meeting. With that in mind, Didier asked everyone at the board table – trustees, hospital employees, department heads and medical personnel – to disperse. “We want to shake it up,” he smiled. “No groups, just everyone interspersed.”
A short-lived snowfall last week, but heavily laden with moisture, resulted in power outages, and minor rock and landslides across Idaho County. Despite increased activity, no injuries or road closures are being reported at this time.
Damage was kept to a minimum following last Wednesday’s March 8 house fire in Grangeville. Cause is believed accidental. No injuries were reported.
What’s the catch? Improving fish runs
“This is quite a boost to this area,” noted Stan Hawkins, fisheries technician, Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
March 14 election: passes with 52 percent of vote
Voters in Mountain View School District 244 came out with a yes vote — just barely — in Tuesday’s March 14, $2,663,246 supplemental levy election.
The Kids Klub, Inc. offers a variety of programs for the enrichment of Grangeville's youth...
Merchants will battle and burn
The epic battle will take place Saturday, March 4.
Company liquidating all locations
“This community has been very supportive of King’s so this is really difficult,” said King’s Variety Store Manager Brad Olson, Grangeville.
ACE Home Center in Grangeville is a hopping place of activity, and that will be especially true Friday, Feb. 10.
Peanut party set for Saturday in Keuterville; NRA banquet to be held Feb. 10
Don’t forget, the NRA Banquet and Fund-raiser is set for Friday, Feb. 10, at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville...
The annual Lincoln Day Dinner, sponsored by the Idaho County Republican Central Committee, is set for Feb. 25 at the Greencreek Community Hall.
This year it will provide a interactive white board
Kids Klub, Inc., in Grangeville recently received a grant in the amount of $4,000 from Umpqua Bank and its Community Giving grant program.
From sea to shining sea, quilters across America will be threading their needles and putting the pedal to the metal while creating Quilts of Valor.
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