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Cardboard, plastics, tin and aluminum, as well as discarded electronics products...
Rae Brother’s Sporting Goods hosted a steelhead fly fishing clinic last Saturday, Jan. 30...
These three angels were part of the Sts. Peter and Paul Christmas program held Wednesday, Dec. 16, at the Grangeville school. Students in preschool through eighth grade participated in the annual presentation that included skits, songs, readings and a visit from Santa. Pictured here (L-R) in the third and fourth grade play “Jesus Comes to Earth” are Hannah Frei, Abbie Frei and Siena Wagner.
A holiday favorite, the annual Cottonwood Lighted Christmas Parade last Sunday, Dec. 13, drew a large attendance to watch floats pass down King Street and into downtown
The Uhlorn family farm just outside of Cottonwood toward Fenn may have had a few sideways looks in the past few years.
Well more than 100 people attended Saturday’s...
Cause undetermined, investigation pending
Fire continues to burn through the WaterOz facility on Stites Road as of Friday afternoon, Oct. 30, following an undetermined start during working hours earlier that morning.
Grangeville Volunteer Fire Department personnel were dispatched Monday afternoon, Oct. 19, at 2:43 p.m....
Nearly 40 people participated Saturday, Oct. 17, in the 2015 Fall Enduro Halloween Classic...
More than 50 dancers and as many spectators came out Friday night, Oct. 9, for the Chief Lookingglass PowWow celebration at the Wa’A’Yas Center in Kamiah.
Everyone 18 and older, who does not have health insurance, is eligible to receive a free flu vaccination from St. Luke’s at the following locations and dates:
The Terry Edwards Memorial Roping, held last Saturday, Oct. 3, was organized by the Edwards family, and was dedicated to celebrating the life of the late Terry Edwards.
St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics will be offering a variety of times for their patients to receive flu vaccinations in the upcoming month.
While walking to the Motorway Complex camp Sept. 15, the fourth and fifth graders of Clearwater Valley Elementary School were barraged with horns honking and waves from camp personnel as they traveled to their assignments for the day.