Reformed Church event set 5-8 p.m.; treats, crafts GRANGEVILLE — All are welcome to stop by the Grangeville Christian Reformed Church Oct. ...
Friends gathered at The Gallery in Grangeville for the annual “Pumpkin Therapy” night Thursday, Oct. 23.
Idaho County voters head to the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 4, to decide contested commission races and the formation of a White Bird recreation district.
Ending a city regulation for cat licensing is looking to be no simple matter for the Grangeville City Council. And comment at last week’s regular meeting shows the issue lies deeper than whether there’s a tag dangling or not from a collar.
The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance in locating a runaway juvenile.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests confirmed a new forest supervisor will soon step in for retiring forest supervisor Rick Brazell. Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest deputy supervisor Cheryl Probert will shadow Brazell during the transition and is scheduled to report Nov. 17.
An inattentive driving citation is pending for a Moscow man who received minor injuries in a two-car crash last Friday, Oct. 24, north of Cottonwood on U.S. Highway 95.
Grangeville High School FFA and student council put on the annual carnival and haunted house at GHS Friday, Oct. 24. Kids from the area had fun being scared and participating in a variety of carnival events such as bowling and face painting.
A seminar to help people through the holidays when that time of year may be difficult will be offered starting Nov. 16.
This Thursday, Oct. 30, historian Tom Blanchard will present, “Mining in Idaho: Today and Yesterday.” The lecture is the final event of the 15th annual Fall Lecture Series presented by the Historical Museum at St. Gertrude.
After 15 years of retirement, Mt. Idaho Gymnastics (MIG) is back in full force. “Everything just came together like a perfect puzzle,” smiled MIG owner Lynn Welborn. “Really, there was just one miracle after another.”
Actions of gallantry during an engagement with American Indians in the Arizona Territory more than a century ago warranted William H. Smith to receive the Medal of Honor. Less than 10 years later he died of natural causes and was buried in a cemetery near Mt. Idaho.
Election 2014: Dist. 7A house: Chilcott, McMillan Employment, education, ending obstruction issues for candidates
The need for legislators to end obstructionism and work for citizens’ best interests, such as in education, supporting living wages and job creation are issues in the race for State District 7A Representative, sought by Jessica Chilcott (D) of Sagle and incumbent Shannon McMillan (R) of Silverton.
“This is a one-time deal,” said Nicole Lowe of White Bird. “If it doesn’t pass, we lose the school and its property, period.”
Doyel Shamley of Nevada-based Veritas Research Consulting will accompany and advise Idaho County Commissioner Jim Chmelik in visits with Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests officials later this month.