David Rauzi



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Buyers put $219,162 into Idaho County Fair livestock sale

Sales, animal numbers down from 2014

Numbers were down for both total animals and gross proceeds from Saturday’s Idaho County 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale.

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‘Keeping our humor up’

Firefighting at Syringa; ‘outpouring of donations’ at Kooskia ARC shelter

Last Friday afternoon, as the hills just west of Syringa on U.S. Highway 12 were smoking and periodically bursting with flare-ups as part of the Motorway Complex, the Schwartz family was out protecting access to their ranch just across the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River.

Leaner, uncertain budgets need benefit of your experience on city council

Your experience and insight is critical to the service of your community. And we’re asking you to challenge yourself, step up and serve on your city council.

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Kamiah-area fires impact power, school levy, may delay CV schools start

Clearwater Complex 2015

Kamiah-area fires have impact on power services, Kamiah district levy, possible start of CV schools

Filings open Monday, Aug. 24, for open city council positions

Filing deadline is Friday, Sept. 4, to be on the ballot for the Nov. 3 election

Candidacy filings open Monday, Aug. 24, for open city council positions. Forms are available at prospective candidates’ respective city halls or through the Idaho County Elections Office at the courthouse.

Compassion in action demonstrated throughout fire crisis at Kamiah

By the time I arrived at a viewing area on No Kid Lane in Kamiah, around 7:15 p.m. last Friday, Aug. 14, the fires were sporadically bursting up trees and could be seen moving across patches of dry grass along the hillside headed toward Woodland Road.

Social media proved its worth, value during fire

What a difference a decade makes.

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Firefighters tackle hay bales stack blaze

Crews with Cottonwood Volunteer Fire Department were able to contain a hay bales stack fire at the Crea residence off U.S. Highway 95 Thursday afternoon, Aug. 13.

Early morning fire Aug. 4 burns barn, 250 tons of hay

An accidental fire last week destroyed a barn and approximately 250 tons of hay stored inside.

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Testimony supports self-defense; felony dismissed against Ellenberg

With the evidence supporting a self-defense claim, an aggravated battery charge has been dismissed against Billy J. Ellenberg, 52, of Kamiah. “Based upon the evidence and witness testimony,” said Idaho County Prosecutor Kirk MacGregor, “I did not feel I could prove the case without a reasonable doubt.”

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