ARF chocolate

Ace Home Center in Grangeville is selling chocolate bars in support of ARF (Animal Rescue Foundation). Stop by and contribute to a good cause!

Grangeville Chamber of Commerce will hold its quarterly board meeting Thursday, March 21, at The Gallery. As usual social time is from 5:30 until 6 p.m., followed by dinner and the program. The Grangeville City Public Works Director, Bob Mager, will present information about the new cross-connection ordinance and how it will specifically impact businesses and what they will need to do, if anything, to comply with the new regulations. These are DEQ requirements that the city will adopt and enforce. There will also be a short presentation concerning upgrades to the water system that will allow for expansion and provide adequate flows for fire protection and redundancy, in case a well or pumps might go offline. Additionally, the city will have an open house concerning the residential impacts, on Wednesday, March 20, at Grangeville City Hall, from 3-6 p.m.

RSVP to Jeff Kutner at He will be able to give dinner and cost details.


Don’t forget, if you have a book by a local/regional author and you would like to see it go to good use, you can donate this to the Grangeville Centennial Library. FOCL (Friends of the Centennial Library) is collecting these books for a local reference section that will be permanent at the library. Call 208-983-0951 with questions.


Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 27. The Grangeville Farmers’ Market will host a “Meet, Greet and Eat,” at the Soltman Center. Time TBA. Anyone interested in the 2019 market, as a vendor, in assisting with the market, or Grub Club, is welcome to attend the event. For details contact by e-mail: or visit Facebook, Grangeville Idaho Farmers’ Market.


The mockumentary film, Sasquatch Search 2, will be shown at Grangeville’s Blue Fox Theater, Saturday, March 16, 10 a.m. Seniors at Clearwater Valley High School, Josh Kearney and Logan Wells, will present their 40-minute film for a cost of $5 per person. Monies raised will help them attend a student film festival.


Ace Home Center in Grangeville is selling $2 chocolate bars in support of ARF (Animal Rescue Foundation). Stop by and contribute to a good cause!


Best of Idaho County voting has begun and will go through Wednesday, March 20. Go to and vote for the best in the following categories: places and events, people, food and drink, medical services, business, entertainment, government and overall. Winners will be announced Friday, March 20.

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