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Minor injuries result from Nov. 20 three-vehicle crash at US 95 intersection

Minor injuries resulted from a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Grangeville’s Main Street and U.S. Highway 95 last Friday, Nov. 20.

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Alcohol a suspected factor in Nov. 18 crash

Citations are pending in a suspected alcohol-related injury crash on White Bird hill last week.

Council to review helicopter ordinance for change, passage at Dec. 7 meeting

An ordinance prohibiting helicopter landings and takeoffs within the municipal limits is before the Grangeville City Council. Last week, the council held a first reading on the proposed regulation, and at its Dec. 7 meeting the six-person board will consider the matter for adoption.

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Lands management topic at Kamiah meeting

Shamley spoke to ICFB members at Nov. 14 annual assembly

“Is the question whether we can afford to manage the lands, or can we afford not to manage the lands at a state level?” questioned Doyel Shamley. CEO for Nevada-based Veritas Research Consulting, Shamley spoke to more than 50 people in attendance at last Saturday’s Nov. 14, Idaho County Farm Bureau annual meeting in Kamiah.

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Main Street Lights

That sign the holidays are getting closer: the annual decorating of Grangeville’s Main Street lampposts. Volunteers were out last Friday morning, Nov. 13, putting up 50 new lighted Christmas garlands, assisted by an Avista crew. Among those helping last week included (pictured) Jane and Craig Spencer.

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Kooskia man, Paul, dies in SH13 crash

Kooskia resident Tommy D. Paul, 72, died last week in a vehicle accident on State Highway 13. The crash was reported at 1:59 p.m. last Wednesday, Nov. 11, at milepost 17.2, approximately five miles south of Stites, according to Idaho State Police.

Shooting incident made worse due to failures in public disclosure

Neighboring Adams County has a nightmare on its hands that reverberates throughout our region, and rightly so.

Investigation continues on WaterOz fire

Cause remained undetermined as investigation continues into last month’s fire that destroyed WaterOz.

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Man dies in single-vehicle crash south of Stites

ISP investigating Nov. 11 fatal accident

Idaho State Police is investigating a single-vehicle fatality crash that occurred on State Highway 13 approximately five miles south of Stites Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 11.

Tobacco tax proposal a short-term, lazy fix


Who isn’t for making an Idaho college education more affordable? And if you do that by bumping up the price of a pack of smokes, who’s to care? After all, it’s a dirty habit, it’s bad for your health and, well, who likes those smokers anyway. Right?

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