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It's Your Business: The Habit offers ‘Coffee & Canvas’ class

Sign up now for Learn to Dance: The Nightclub Twostep with Jeff and Carla Wilkins, presented by Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach. This is set for Tuesdays Nov. 7 and 14, 6-7:30 p.m. Cost is $30 per couple. Call coordinator Carla at 208-983-2164 or e-mail cnwilkins@lcsc.edu.

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It's Your Business: LCSC has several classes upcoming

Do you have any upcoming Halloween or harvest party events? Let me know so we can get it in the Free Press. Call 983-1200 or call lpalmer@idahocountyfreepress.com.

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It's Your Business: Griffis to present on hypothermia Oct. 18

The public is invited to join Syringa Hospital and Clinics staff for a brown bag presentation Dr. Danny Griffis. This is set for Wednesday, Oct. 18, 12:15 to 12:45 p.m., at the Soltman Center. Dr. Griffis will talk about “Preparing for outdoor activities – preventing, recognizing, and treating hypothermia.”

It's Your Business: Scavenger hunt part of Oktoberfest

The Okoberfest Scavenger Hunt will take place in participating businesses throughout Grangeville from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 30. Start and end at Home Grown Quilts. Prizes will be awarded! Businesses include: U.S Bank, Pine Tree Community Credit Union, Umqua Bank, The Gallery, Cash and Carry, Asker’s, Inland Cellular, Gortsema Moters, Super 8, Grangeville Flower Shoppe, Palenque, Nelson’s Family Dentistry, Camas Lanes, Radio Shack, K & R Video, Seasons, Pizza Factory, Irwin Drug, Hopper’s Pizza, Larson’s, Lindsley’s, Ace Home Center, Liquor Store (not sure of the “real” name), Rae Bros., Vets Center, Les Schwab, Hilltop Café, Depot Express and Crema Cafe.

Scarecrow contest participants sought; classes set

Hey Grangeville merchants, entries for the Oktoberfest scarecrow contest from businesses are sought. Call Peggy Wright by Sunday, Sept. 24, at 208-983-0826. •

It's Your Business: CCFCU to celebrate 75 years; Advanced Welding open house set for this Friday

ash and Carry and Coca-Cola have teamed up to offer their customers a chance to win a heavy-duty canopy and two chairs from which to view your favorite game...or river view! Every time you check out at the store you can fill out an entry form with your name and number. Drawing will be held Friday, Sept. 29, 5 p.m., just in time for Oktoberfest festivities!

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It's Your Business: Growers meeting set for Harman Agency

Harman Agency will host its fall growers meeting Friday, Sept. 8, at Cottonwood Community Hall at 5:30 p.m. A dinner will follow. Call 208-962-3221 for questions.

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It's Your Business: Idaho Department of Labor moves

It's Your Business 2017

Hopefully, you are looking at this section and noticing the Free Press has changed from the Women In Business special section to this new section: It’s Your Business. This section is modeled after the It’s Your Business column that appears weekly in the Free Press. This concept allows us to open up the section to more businesses and encompass a wider variety of the people who help make our county great.

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It's Your Business: United Country Musick and Sons named one of the best brokerages

Do you suffer from low back pain? Do you live in Clearwater, Idaho or Lewis counties? Peg Gehring, FNP, is conducting a survey about low back pain. She is working on identifying the different types of pain management used in these three county areas. She hopes to learn the most common pain management tools, and see which type of management allows the most relief and ability to stay active. You do not need a doctor’s recommendation to participate and there is no need to go to a hospital or clinic to complete the survey, although surveys are available at all area hospitals and clinics if you’d like to pick them up there. Just go online to http://northcentralidahosurvey.org/ Surveys are due by Sept. 15, so do not delay! Your input is critical! For all questions contact Peg Gehring at 208-790-9852, 607 West North St., Grangeville, ID 83530.

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It's Your Business: Fly-fishing clinic set for this Saturday, Aug. 26, at Rae Brothers

A free fly-fishing clinic is set for this Saturday, Aug. 26, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Rae Brothers Sporting Goods. Mark Imus will instruct the clinic. If you have a fly fishing rod, bring it. No need to register, just stop on by the Grangeville Main Street business.

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It's Your Business: ACE updates lawn center; Pizza Factory orders new salad bar

Tonya J. Kennedy, MMC of City of Grangeville (clerk), has earned the designation of master municipal clerk (MMC), which is awarded by the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), Inc.

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The Habit grand opening set for Friday; Sunrise Espresso open for business

Have you been to Valley Market and Health Foods on Main Street in Kamiah? They are offering some great “grab and go” lunches with items such as green and potato salads, coleslaw and grilled chicken. They are open Tuesday-Friday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

It's Your Business: Shop ‘Crazy Days’ this week

Grangeville’s Crazy Days are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Check out The Shopper and Free Press for special ads and get downtown to scoop up some great deals!

It's Your Business: Vote for ‘ARF’ in contest

Idaho Sewing for Sports will be host to an open house Friday, Aug. 11, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The business is located in Mount Idaho (address 7 Poplar Drive, Grangeville). Live music will be accompanied by cookies, iced tea and lemonade.

Take collective breath and get it solved, MVSD

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Mountain View School District 244 teacher negotiations started in May. As of today, July 19, contracts for 2017-18 are not yet ironclad. Why? Because MVSD school board and the teacher’s union have not come to an agreement on salaries and benefits. Although negotiations have been an open process to this point, the impasse has now turned the tide in a different direction.

It's Your Business: Fair premium book is out; Crazy Days set

Back to school immunization clinics are set for your local public health departments. Make an appointment now. In Grangeville, come in July 24, Aug. 10, 15, 16 or 22. Call 983-2842. In Kamiah, clinics are July 26 and Aug. 7, 9 and 30. Call 935-2124.

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It's Your Business: Melting Pot Café opens; Harpster RV has new owners

Congratulations to new 2018 Border Days Queen Micaela Farris and Princess Bella Klapprich. Does Micaela sound familiar? Maybe that’s because she’s been the Border Days Princess for 2017. I believe, as far as I can tell, Micaela is the first young lady to serve as both princess and queen. Historians? Correct me if I am wrong. Anyway, I know both these girls and they will do an outstanding job representing the rodeo and Idaho County in general. Both of their moms (Amy and Melissa) have also served in various royalty positions in their high school days. Princess Bella’s aunt, Kami Miller Fogleman, was not only Border Days Queen but was also Lewiston Round-up royalty.

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Rumor has it ... Cloninger’s has cute flip-flops

Well, I don’t usually deal in rumors … but sometimes I do. I haven’t had time to check all of this out, so take it with a grain of salt … six different people have told me so far that Hong Fa is closing. Sad news for the community; however, I also heard that the restaurant is being purchased by the Gomez family.

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It's Your Business: Blue Fox to offer matinees July 1 and 2

Mark your calendars – Crazy Days in Grangeville will be Aug. 3 and 4, and Octoberfest in Grangeville will be Sept. 29 and 30.

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It's Your Business: Kooskia splash pad to open June 24; Ferdinand clinic gets new veterinarian

Freedom Northwest Credit Union (Kamiah/Kooskia) will present the new splash pad at Kooskia City Park this Saturday, June 24, noon. Wear your swimsuit, get a hot dog and see how the new splash pad works!

Clean slate, new opportunities for Kamiah school district

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Kamiah Joint School District 304 has a unique opportunity to change the perspective of its community. The slate can be wiped clean as Steve Higgins takes the helm as superintendent July 1.

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