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CLEARWATER VALLEY —This time of year, we hear a lot about supporting local businesses. One that could really use your business right now is Purdy’s Farm Table Restaurant, at 18 Main Street, Kooskia. Someone backed a vehicle through their front window over Thanksgiving. They are hoping repair…

    KOOSKIA — Order Christmas swags from the Clearwater Valley High School by calling CVHS at 208-926-4511. Swags are $25 each and will be available for pickup at the Kooskia City Park Nov. 29.

    Pictured are 14 huge grain sacks full of aluminum cans that the people of the Clearwater community gathered  yearlong and donated to the Clearwater QRU Ambulance fund. Doug and Nancy Sutton drove them to the Lewiston recycle center Thursday, Oct. 15. They weighed 950 pounds and $313 was coll…

    When Billy and Bonie Monahan, the new owners of Bear Hollow bed and breakfast along the Middle Fork Clearwater River had 330 grapevines to plant, they reached out to their neighbors for help. Roughly 15 people showed up to plant each day of a weekend last June. Upriver neighbor Sunnie Rensha…

      KAMIAH — Reserve your free Thanksgiving dinner now which is provided by some of the local churches in the community. Takeout meals will be ready to be picked up on Thanksgiving Day between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the Kamiah Community Presbyterian Church (corner of 7th and Hill St.). Call Rev.…

        KAMIAH — American Legion Post 75 would like to invite everyone to Bingo, Friday, Nov. 6, at 7 p.m. downstairs. The post is located at 618 Main Street, Kamiah. There will be a $100 blackout played for; 50/50 drawing, free coffee, pie, nachos, and the concession stand will be open.

          Spots available for Idaho County Trunk or Treat; location changed, donations sought

            KAMIAH  — Reserve your Thanksgiving dinner now which provided by some of the local churches in the community. Take-Out meals will be ready to be picked up on Thanksgiving Day between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the Kamiah Community Presbyterian Church (corner of 7th and Hill St)  Call Rev. Luann …

            CLEARWATER VALLEY — A great weekend for local sports teams! An impressive finish for CVK (Clearwater Valley-Kamiah) cross-country runners at the District II 1A championships in Lewiston. Two girls and two boys from the small team qualified for the 1A state meet in Pocatello this weekend. Led…

            Pictured are 14 huge grain sacks full of aluminum cans that the people of the Clearwater community gathered year long and donated to the Clearwater QRU Ambulance fund. Doug and Nancy Sutton drove them to the Lewiston recycle center last Thursday, Oct. 15. They weighed 950 pounds and $313 was…

            CLEARWATER VALLEY -- If you want to get in the Halloween mood, check out “Monster House” drive-in movie at Ted’s Valley Auction, 140 Pine Road in Kamiah. The free movie will begin at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 22. The movie is a children’s computer animated supernatural, comedy, horror film ab…

            The Clearwater Baptist Church makes a statement at its backside as one of the first things people see when driving into the town of Clearwater. The church is located on the town’s Main Street.

            Royalty was crowned at halftime last Friday night, Oct. 2, during the homecoming football game for Clearwater Valley against Lapwai.

            CLEARWATER VALLEY -- A beautiful sunny afternoon set the tone for a fun Clearwater Valley homecoming parade and pep rally in downtown Kooskia. Great to see the teenagers’ excitement and fun, riding on their class floats. A good crowd watched the beaming princesses riding on the hood of their…

            CLEARWATER VALLEY -- This Friday, Oct. 2, is Homecoming at Clearwater Valley High School. The parade down Main Street begins at 3:30 p.m., with floats from each of the classes and Rams royalty. It’s fun to watch and see the young people’s camaraderie and school spirit. Anyone is welcome to c…

            CLEARWATER VALLEY -- Since I began my new adventure, a few months ago, as a reporter for the Clearwater Progress, my to-do list has evolved. I love that it now includes items such as “interview princesses, skateboarders and vineyard planters”. Travelling to the edges of the Clearwater Valley…

            KAMIAH — With a pair of motions Sept. 9, the council took a couple of steps toward creating a dog park in town. During the span of about half an hour, Scott and Bri Knuteson presented a proposal to set up a fenced, off-leash dog park, with pathways, benches and so forth, at Dupont Park.

              RIGGINS – The Idaho Division of Veteran Services will have a veterans’ advocate in Riggins on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 12:30-4 p.m., (MT) at the Salmon River Heritage Center (green building behind Gem Stop), 109 South Lodge Street.

                CLEARWATER -- The annual Clearwater Chili Feed is set for Saturday, Oct. 3, 4-7 p.m., at the Clearwater Grange in Clearwater. The public is invited.

                  KAMIAH – Those interested are invited to join in for the National Life Chain Sunday 2020, which is set for Sunday, Oct. 4, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., at Kamiah Riverfront Park.

                    Starting Oct. 6, yoga classes via Zoom are set for most Tuesdays (2:30-3:45 p.m.) and Thursdays (5:30-6:45 p.m.), through Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics. The classes are appropriate for all levels and are instructed by Sarah McGrath.

                    KAMIAH -- Professional skateboarder and video-maker Tony Hawk recently announced on Instagram the renaming of a skateboard trick to honor a Kamiah resident, Chris Weddle.

                    CLEARWATER VALLEY -- On Sept. 22, the Youth Advisory Board (YAB) encourages you to spend time with the original social network--your family at the dinner table! One of the best ways to stay engaged in their children’s lives is sharing dinner together. The more often children spend time with …

                    CLEARWATER VALLEY -- The school buses began running this week. Kamiah and Clearwater Valley Schools are back in session for in-person classes. Some parents are opting to have their kids learn at home instead of in-person school, while other out-of-district or new students have registered in …

                    The Clearwater Baptist Church makes a statement at its backside as one of the first things people see when driving into the town of Clearwater. The church is located on the town’s Main Street.

                      Due to the problems presented by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, numerous events in the area have been or will be cancelled. Some of those include the following:

                      This group was enjoying a warm Friday afternoon, Aug. 14, fishing the Clearwater River from a drift boat at Kamiah.

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