Lorie Palmer

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Community garden gets more beds: Grangeville Lions donate time to build 16 boxes

Thanks to the Grangeville Lions and a host of donations the Camas Prairie Food Bank’s community garden will have at least another 16 garden beds this summer.

Dinner to benefit mission trip

The community is invited to a fund-raising dinner Saturday, May 3, 6 p.m., at the Eagles Hall on North C Street. “I’m cooking, and it will be an authentic Mexican meal,” smiled Yolanda Stout.

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Sigler obtains CCA accreditation

Some extra class time and studying has led Daniel Sigler to a lateral move in his career. Sigler, a Primeland serviceman, completed his Certified Crop Advisor accreditation and during the next year will train as a field agronomist for Primeland.

Free Easter dinner set for The Hangout

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Do you have plans for Easter dinner? The Hangout in Cottonwood will host its annual free Easter dinner from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Easter Sunday, April 20. The menu will consist of ham, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, bread and a dessert.

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Police pursuing leads in case resulting from April 2 incident

(Another) bomb threat causes delay at Grangeville schools

It’s like Groundhog Day: The same thing keeps happening over and over. Patrons in Mountain View School District 244 were greeted with an automated call Wednesday morning voiced by Grangeville Elementary Middle School principal Alica Holthaus, April 2, 7 a.m., stating Grangeville schools would be starting two hours late. “As people probably suspected, it was another bomb threat at Grangeville High School,” said superintendent Kent Stokes.

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Double time: Second win for Singh in state geo bee

Amrit Singh did what no other Grangeville student has done in the 26-year history or the state geography bee: He won two years in a row.

This week is ‘Circuit Breaker’ property tax reduction deadline

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April 15 is the last day to submit applications to your county assessor for a reduction in your property taxes.

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The Christmas Doctor: Old-time Grangeville physician topic of book

“My father died in 1976, and thereafter I felt a strong desire to gather the precious experiences of his life,” said Tom Weber in the introduction to his book, “The Christmas Doctor: The True Story of Dr. J. P. Weber,” published by AuthorHouse in 2013.

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Seniors keep it cool:Nutrition program obtains appliances; seeking donations

Cooks at the Grangeville Senior Citizens Center’s nutrition program had an icy reception Monday, March 24: A walk-in cooler greeted them. “Actually we’ve had it for a while but it’s now installed and working great,” smiled cook Joyce Forsmann.

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Syringa receives clean audit for FY 2013

The books are in order. Syringa Hospital received a clean audit from Crandall, Swenson, Gleason and Wadsworth Chtd, certified public accountants.

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