Lorie Palmer

Community Editor


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Tree of Lights: Loved ones remembered

“This is an opportunity for us to remember our loved ones who have passed on in a very meaningful way,” said Dr. Danny Griffis.

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Rural workload can be tough on healthcare professionals

Physician and nursing shortages are nothing new in rural areas.

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Ready to shine: GHS in the running for GRAMMY recognition

Grammy Awards aren’t just for the rich and famous. Grangeville High School’s band is one of 120 schools nationwide up for a Grammy.

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Eagles Helpers

Grangeville High School basketball cheerleaders (L-R) Jennifer Hodges, Katelynn Robinson, Marissa Kennedy, Ashley Bradley and Anastasia Bearden were on hand Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Eagles Aerie to help wrap gifts.

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30 years and going strong: Main Street business stands the test of time

Scared, young and full of dreams, Robert and Linda Nida embarked upon a new business venture in 1984. Thirty years later, that business is still a staple on Main Street.

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Local volunteers sought to ring Salvation Army bell, collect funds: Kettle drive money stays in community

The Salvation Army Kettle Campaign has begun ringing their bells in Grangeville.

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Three win essay contests

Three local students have been named winners in a First Amendment essay contest.

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Festival of Trees this week: Venue changes to Real Life Church

Enter the Enchanted Woodland Holiday this week as Syringa Hospital Foundation’s 21st annual Festival of Trees (FOT) event finds a new home for 2014.

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Toys for Tots: Sign up, donate now

Toys for Tots is up and running.

‘Grant’ phone scam asks for ‘processing fee’

Don’t be fooled by a call from the nation’s capital.

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