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District 244’s approach eases concerns with firearms policy

If there’s anything that’s impressed us on how serious Mountain View School District 244 is taking its firearm’s policy, it’s superintendent Mark Scheibe’s perspective following a recent safety and training course. “You really have to practice what you’ve trained for and be prepared. It’s not easy – and it shouldn’t be,” he emphasized, in a story in this week’s Idaho County Free Press. “People’s lives are on the line.”

July 11, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Camas Prairie Cruisers Car Show

Classic collectible automobiles – the oldest a 1924 Dodge two-door, to those with rocket fins, to muscle cars to enduring truck and Jeep workhorses – were featured at the annual Camas Prairie Cruisers car show, held last Thursday, July 5, at the Powell residence next to Pioneer Park, in conjunction with Grangeville Border Days. The event drew about 32 vehicles from both individuals within the region, along with club members from the Camas Prairie and Kamiah car clubs.

July 11, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Fireworks sales, discharge extended through midnight, July 7

This Fourth of July holiday, Grangeville city residents can purchase fireworks and set them off for two extra days. In two separate actions – on June 18 and July 2 -- by the city council, a 48-hour extension was approved on the sale of fireworks, and also their discharge, through Saturday, July 7, at midnight.

July 3, 2018 6:25 p.m. read more..
 

Canaday, Hausladen in running for Border Days Royalty 2019

Grangeville Border Days is already looking ahead to 2019. Last Thursday, June 28, Colby Canaday, 16, and Jillian Hausladen, 17, both of Grangeville, competed in royalty tryouts at the Border Days arena. Who will be chosen as queen and princess to represent the 2019 event will be announced at the Friday, July 6, rodeo.

June 30, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Dist. 7 candidate Hart seeks special election; claims unlawful strike-off

A Kellogg man claims he was unlawfully struck off the Republican primary ballot in the May race for Dist. 7A House and is seeking recourse through a special election. Phil Hart filed a notice of contest with the district court in Idaho County on June 4, seeking relief through the Election Contest Act. A hearing in this case has not yet been set.

June 30, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


Readers share memories of Border Days

“What’s your best memory of Border Days? The Free Press asked this question on social media, and we received a great response of those recalling events, incidents and personal moments.

June 30, 2018 6 a.m. read more..

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