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    The Free Press Home and Garden section features information on preparing for flooding, growing flowers for bouquets, the Grangeville Farmers Market, county radon levels and much more.

    As the City of Grangeville restricts water usage for lawn irrigation, property owners will be looking at browner landscaping for the rest of the summer season. While this may close the year with many yards sporting the scruffy look, it’s not an end for your lawn, say area landscaping businesses.

    GRANGEVILLE – “No outside watering, period,” said Grangeville Mayor Wes Lester, as residents go under mandatory water rationing due to the failure last night of the municipality’s main producing well.

    As the weather begins to get nicer and the snow recedes off the mountain, it’s time to get planting! And if you’re like me, you must take into consideration planting things that aren’t a dinner bell to the pesky deer. The last thing you want to do is attract more of them to come and munch on…

      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.

      If you’re like half the population, you have tried low carb (Keto, Atkins, Code Red) diets and / or lifestyle changes to help control your weight.

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