Hannah Aiken, who waitresses at The Trails Restaurant and Lounge part-time, said she recently received a call from her brother, Kurtland Aiken. Kurt (a Grangeville High School graduate) is a Marine stationed back East and knew some of the soldiers who lost their lives in Kabul. He asked her …

MyBioSource.com, a biotechnical products distribution company, conducted a survey of 3,000 people to gauge how much the general public thinks that the unvaccinated should be incentivized in order to get a jab. Idahoans, on average, agree that the unvaccinated should be paid a substantial $14…

    BOISE — Idaho Realtors recently announced its six scholarship recipients for 2021. The scholarship recipients are attending an Idaho college or university in the fall, and earned the awards through academics, achievement, and community service.

    Syringa Hospice will host hospice training sessions Wednesday, Sept. 29, and Thursday, Sept. 30, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Soltman Center, 600 W. Main St. Grangeville. Refreshments and lunch will be provided both days. Pre-register by calling Syringa Hospice at 208-983-8550 and ask for Ci…

    Have you checked out Gaul’s Getaway in Grangeville? Located at 117 West North Street, the shop offers books, candles, bath salts, herbal tinctures, Idaho soaps and creams and more. Stop by or call 208-507-0560.

    WHITE BIRD – For the past year owners Joe and DeAnna Thyne have been at the helm of Wildside Steakhouse and Saloon. It has come with ups and downs, but the two keep community close. The traditional steakhouse with a twist and full bar with custom cocktails is open 4-10 p.m. Thursday through …

    It’s Crazy Days week! Check out ads in this week’s Free Press and head downtown and around Grangeville this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 12-14, for some crazy deals!

    Crazy Days, hosted by the Grangeville Chamber of Commerce Merchants Association, is set for Aug. 12-14. A Crazy Days contest is going on now: Guess the number of items in jars on a slip of paper with your name and phone number and enter at Home Grown Quilts on Main Street, where the jars are…

    GRANGEVILLE — Six months late due to COVID-19, Pine Tree Community Credit Union held its 65th annual meeting July 21. Nearly 40 people attended the breakfast event held at the Idaho County Veterans and Community Outreach Center.

    COTTONWOOD — With a passion for service and family, new owners Candice and Michael Van Loon have taken the helm of The Hangout in Cottonwood. Originally from Oregon, the Van Loon family decided to make a switch to the restaurant business and move to Idaho.

    GRANGEVILLE — “We need to create a culture and atmosphere of being appreciative; sometimes a thank you is the most important part of a person’s day,” Syringa Hospital board chair Leta Strauss said at the June 21 meeting.

      Local businesses spruce up the exterior of their buildings with gorgeous flowers.

      GRANGEVILLE — A decade ago, Ericka Troberg couldn’t have predicted she’d be a small business owner in Grangeville, Idaho. And yet, the pieces fell together perfectly, and here she is.

        Local business owner, and fifth generation rancher, Clay Groom, of Grangeville, Idaho will appear on SiriusXM channel 146 this Wednesday,  July 21, at 8 a.m., for a guest interview with Kevin Rutherford on Road Dog Trucking.

        Thanks to all the businesses who helped make Border Days a success. Cash and Carry provided all the eggs for one of the most fun and memorable events, the Super Egg Toss. Pizza Factory allowed the sound system for street sports and the parades to tap into their power. By the way, thanks to t…

        Well, it’s back to semi-normal after the big, hot Fourth of July celebration. Never fear, the summer is still kicking with many more events left, including this weekend’s Stites Days and Nezperce Prairie Days.

        Note that the Border Days Cowboy Breakfast at the Masonic Lodge will be held from 6 to 11 a.m. each day, July 2, 3 and 4. Originally, lodge members thought there would be trouble getting enough help for the entire breakfast time, but it looks like they have the help, and they have the goods!…

        Stop by Umpqua Bank, 147 W. Main Street, Grangeville, Friday, July 2, during business hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) to wish Beryl Grant a happy retirement. She has been with the bank for 35 years.

        Pine Tree Community Credit Union is again offering family portraits. Ken from Portrait West will be at the Grangeville branch Tuesday and Wednesday, July 13 and 14. Call 208-983-1558. He will be at the Riggins branch Thursday, July 15. Call 208-628-3100. You get a free 8x10 with an opportuni…

          Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics, in Orofino, and St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics, in Cottonwood are introducing new names, brands and vision as part of their integration into the Kootenai Health regional health care system, headquartered in Coeur d’Alene.

          Kristy Beckstead, Idaho County YWCA advocate, wants the community to know that the 2021 “Purse Auction,” held to assist those affected by domestic violence in our county, has been postponed due to the storage unit being robbed in Cottonwood.

          Vrbo just released the top 5 fastest-growing travel destinations for Memorial Day weekend based on demand. They are: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; Broken Bow, Okla.; Grand Teton, Wyo.; Caribou-Targhee and Yellowstone, Idaho; and Naples, Fla.

          Employers across the U.S. report difficulties recruiting workers. The problem is especially intense in Idaho, where unemployment rates are lower, and employers are trying to add jobs faster.

          BOISE — May 12th’s announcement by Gov. Brad Little that he is ending the state’s participation in three federal pandemic unemployment compensation programs, combined with last week’s signing of House Bill 380 into law, come on the heels of a recent release of the latest Rich States, Poor St…

          This from a recent post on Idaho Forest Group’s Facebook page: “As the saying goes, ‘records are made to be broken.’ Well, the Grangeville team set the bar a little higher in two categories during the first quarter. The sawmill swing shift broke a production board footage mark in January wit…

          GRANGEVILLE — Private contributions covered a big cost for new works at the GHS football and baseball field, where the baseball Bulldogs lit up their new scoreboard with district tournament wins last week and where the football Bulldogs will this fall light up one that went up Thursday, May 13.

          So, just how much red tape exists between a man and his beer? (Or a woman and her beer!) Using the Mercatus Center’s State RegData 2.0 database, researchers at the Center for Growth and Opportunity at Utah State were able to explore state-by-state regulatory variation in U.S. beer supply and…

          Grangeville Community Foundation, Animal Rescue Foundation, ALACCA Bible Conference and many others have been joining hundreds of Idaho nonprofits and their supporters in Idaho Gives which runs through May 6. This statewide effort is designed to bring the state together, raising money and aw…

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