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COTTONWOOD – Rod Behler practically teethed on the tires at Fred’s Body Shop. He was 2 years old when his father purchased the George Kaschmitter Building in 1959.

Another year is in the books for the Idaho County Fair. Here’s a look at some of the week’s events, which included lots of animal time, talent, royalty, pigtails and fair food. (To view the slide show, click on the right arrow in the top right corner.)

    North Central Idaho's economy centers around farming and ranching. From advancements in technology to legislative changes, the Farm and Ranch section is the place to look for stories affecting the industries.

      COTTONWOOD – HUB will sponsor its 2019 crop insurance meeting this Thursday, Sept. 19, 5:30 p.m., at Cottonwood Community Hall. Pepper Harman, Bryan Higgins and Kevin Duling will all be offering 2019 damage information, current crop coverage and future needs.

      ST. ANTHONY – Flames destroyed a tractor and a hay bailer on Tuesday afternoon near a field located at 150 N 2200 East. No one suffered injury, but the $180,000 farm equipment was a complete loss.

      COTTONWOOD – With the guidance of Grangeville High School agricultural sciences teacher Katie Mosman-Wilson, the 2019 Idaho County Fair was good to Grangeville FFA.

      It was a dusty harvest evening on Canyon Road outside of Grangeville Saturday, Aug. 17.

      It was a good day for haying in Cottonwood Saturday, July 6. This young farm worker was busy baling hay on Substation Road in the late afternoon.

      GRANGEVILLE – Four area teens are in the running for queen and princess to represent the Border Days 2020 rodeo. Riding competition and interviews were held at the Border Days arena last Friday, June 28, with Brittney Benavidez, Erin Chmelik, Kaylee Page and Josie Remacle participating. Sele…

      GRANGEVILLE – Four area teens are in the running for queen and princess to represent the Border Days 2020 rodeo. Riding competition and interviews were held at the Border Days arena last Friday, June 28, with Brittney Benavidez, Erin Chmelik, Kaylee Page and Josie Remacle participating. Sele…

      In Idaho, potatoes have long been the staple crop of our agricultural sector and economy. We are responsible for about 30 percent of the country’s total potato production. That production goes a long way in feeding the rest of the country, as potatoes are the leading vegetable crop and the s…

        CRAIGMONT -- Prairie Area Crop and Conservation Tour will be held on Tuesday, June 25, 7 a.m., at the Craigmont Community Hall. All farmers and ranchers, agri-support personnel, and other interested persons are welcome to attend a hosted breakfast and morning tour of the Prairie Area grain i…

          As of May 10, Idahoans must obtain a fire safety burn permit from the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) before starting certain controlled burn activities. Permits can be obtained online at burnpermits.idaho.gov or in person at IDL offices in Kamiah and Craigmont.

            GRANGEVILLE – The Bicentennial Historical Society will host Dave Bodine Tuesday, April 9, noon, in the basement of the Bicentennial Museum, 305 N. College Street Grangeville. The regular monthly meeting will follow.

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