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Shooting determined accidental; victim treated, returned home

A Glenwood man is recuperating at home following medical treatment due to an accidental shooting incident last week. Reginald “Reggie” Courtemanche III, 32, was taken to Clearwater Valley Medical Center in Orofino last Monday, Oct. 30, and transferred by Life Flight to Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane. As of press time, he had been released from treatment.

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Holiday closures set for county recycling sites

The Kooskia, Grangeville and Cottonwood collection sites of Idaho County Recycling will be closed for two upcoming holiday weekends: Saturday, Nov.25 (after Thanksgiving) and Saturday, Dec. 23, (before Christmas).

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GCF awards $8,500-plus to organizations

“This is the most rewarding part about being involved with Grangeville Community Foundation – giving out grants to the organizations and people who are doing amazing things in our community,” said John Bennett. Bennett is on the Grangeville Community Foundation (GCF) board, which held its 2017 grant awards program Thursday, Nov. 2, at the Grangeville Senior Citizens Center. This is the third year for the grant cycle.

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MVSD seeks new trustee for Zone 5

Mountain View School District 244’s Zone 5 is in need of a representative. The zone’s trustee Jeremy Harris of Grangeville officially vacated his seat as of the July 17 meeting, and a replacement has not yet been found. “The borders of Zone 5 are a little crazy, so if anyone has any questions about the area this covers, call the district office or another board member,” said board chair Mike Dominguez of Kooskia.

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CVES kids are plugged in to technology

Thanks to a national award earlier this year, Clearwater Valley Elementary School students are plugged in. Or in many cases, they’re wireless. CVES was honored for its efforts to offer quality education to all of its students. The school was rewarded with the The National Title I Association Distinguished Schools Program Award, and was only one of two schools in the state to receive the award.

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Arsenic and Old Lace performance

Cornerstone Theater presented Arsenic and Old Lace in performances on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 4-5, at the United Methodist Church in Grangeville. Performance proceeds went to hurricane relief efforts.

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New Trees For Pioneer Park

Grangeville public works crews were at Pioneer Park on Thursday, Nov. 2, planting five 3-to-5-inch-diameter pin oaks on the perimeter. The planting is to replace locust trees, which were dying at the park, and as well will add some red color to this public space. Last week’s work completes a planting project started last year with 27 trees – pin oaks and Swedish aspens – at Soroptimist and Lions parks.

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