Lorie Palmer

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Mock crash a grim lesson

The scene was grim at Grangeville High School Friday, April 10.

Nearly 30 percent of Idahoans have low wage jobs

Where does Idaho rank on improving the financial security of families?

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Ribbons bring awareness to victims of assault

“Thank you for what you’re doing,” said an unidentified teary-eyed woman who pulled over on Grangeville’s Main Street Thursday, April 2, as members of the Idaho County Domestic Violence Task Force hanged awareness ribbons on lampposts.

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Volunteer positions open at library: Information night is April 14

If you’re looking for a fulfilling volunteer experience, Grangeville Centennial Library may be just the place for you.

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Almost There ...

This young lady was intent on reaching an Easter egg at the Cottonwood City Park Saturday, April 4 – she finally had to shake the tree to get her treasure.

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McLean joins Shear Magic salon

She’s a new face at Shear Magic but not a new face to Grangeville business.

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Let’s Talk About It: Group discusses Peavey book

“Sagebrush is like camphor for the soul,” smiled Shelley Dumas of Grangeville. “I grew up in northern Idaho and therefore, trees. But when I came to Idaho’s sagebrush area I absolutely loved it.

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Veterans display gets overhaul: Teen on own gains a new perspective from senior project

For Grangeville High School student Steve Bruce, the lessons of a senior project seemed a bit redundant for him.

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Voices, signs bring play to life for students: ITY presentation features actor who is deaf

Imagine if you will, a group of young friends making their own movie about a ghost woman near an old boxcar. It was lights, camera, action with this setup as Idaho Theater for Youth (ITY), a division of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival, rolled into town last Tuesday, March 24.

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Umpqua grant provides iPads for Kids Klub

Thanks to Umpqua Bank, area kids will be a little more tech savvy.

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