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RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: continuing on from the book, “Everything I need to Know to learned From a Golden Book.” “Is your life starting to feel like a circus?…Start planning that dream trip! Soon you’ll be on your way. Be open to making new friends…even if you’re very, very shy. Steer c…

RIGGINS -- Quote of the week is the motto for the SRHS Class of 2020: “Last of the Best.” Congratulations to each of you, and best wishes on your future as you walk from the halls of SRHS to life beyond the walls of the Salmon River Canyon.

RIGGINS – “We have three main needs,” for the coming year, Salmon River Joint School District 243 Superintendent Jim Doramus at the April 20 board meeting. The meeting was made available via a YouTube video.

RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: continuing on from the book, “Everything I need to Know to learned From a Golden Book.” “Is your life starting to feel like a circus?…Use your imagination. Look up…and savor the seasons as they roll around. Stay Curious, Take in some culture once in a while. Lea…

    RIGGINS --On March 24, Stephen Hackler’s appointment as the Northwest Regional Coordinator for Royal Rangers Ministry was approved by the Executive Presbytery of the Assemblies of God to fill the unexpired term of Lloyd Fillis. This term will expire March 31, 2021. In addition, Hackler will …

    RIGGINS -- Happy Mother’s Day to all you wonderful mothers and grandmothers! Mothers are beautiful just being who they are. I received a touching poem about mothers who have left this world by You Are Very Special: “If Roses grow in Heaven. If Roses grow in Heaven, Lord, please pick a bunch …

    RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: “Is your life starting to feel like a circus? Don’t panic…Today’s a new day! Get dressed first thing. (Sweatpants are bad for morale. Put on something nice!) Have some pancakes. Get some exercise every day. Frolic. Daydream. Go for a joyride! Stargaze. Stroll. B…

    RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: “If nature has made you a giver, your hands are born open, and so is your heart; and though there may be times when your hands are empty, your heart is always full, and you can give things out of that-warm things, kind things, sweet things-help and comfort and l…

    RIGGINS -- Quote of the week on April Fool’s Day: ”It is the ability to take a joke, not make one, that proves you have sense of humor.” by Max Eastman.  It really does not seem like a good time for April Fool’s Joke.

    RIGGINS -- To begin this week’s news, I want to share a word picture of beauty and joy and happiness right here in Riggins…the picture is of the bright green lawns, the yellow daffodils, the brilliant yellow forsythia, the white apricot blossoms, the grape hyacinths, the purple and gold croc…

      The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests is looking for volunteers who are enthusiastic about sharing the benefits of National Forest System lands to work as volunteer campground hosts on the forest this summer. This year, the Forest Service is seeking volunteer campground hosts at the foll…

      RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: “May the stars carry your sadness away. May the flowers fill your heart with beauty. May hope forever wipe away your tears. And, above all, may silence make you strong.” Chief Dan George.

      RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: “It’s not the number of members in your team that makes the difference, it’s the Team in your members that makes it all count.”

      RIGGINS -- Quotes of the week: “When your heart is really into it, you just keep going and never give up.” This is just what our six Lady Savages do...and they are off to State Girls Basketball Tourney because of their commitment to keep going. Congratulations, ladies.

      RIGGINS -- Quotes of the week: ”If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you.” A.A. Milne

        RIGGINS -- At the board of trustee annual meeting for Salmon River School District 243 Tuesday, Jan. 21, the board appointed Laina Walkington as the new board member representing Zone 3.

          Idaho County will be submitting a grant application to Idaho State Parks & Recreation for a Pittsburg Landing lower parking lot chip seal. The public can submit comments in writing on the application to Idaho County, 320 W. Main Street, Grangeville, ID 83530, or e-mail to – kackerman@ida…

          GRANGEVILLE – How will the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests be managed in the coming decades? What are the plans to guide the complexity of resource management decisions to be made across four million acres of national forest?

          RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: “Last week we walked into a new day, new week, new month, new year, new decade! Sending blessings of love, good health, joyous and beautiful new beginnings.” from Inspire your Beautiful Soul. Take great steps in 2020.

          RIGGINS -- Happy New Year 2020! Well, the old year is gone, and the New Year is just beginning! …and to think, it is 2020, so with “the perfect vision year,” what is your vision? Time to begin again whatever you want to start or change or improve…New Year’s Resolutions are good, but I like t…

          RIGGINS -- Merry Christmas to one and all. May all the business of this month be put behind us so we can just enjoy Christmas with family and friends. “Away in a manager no crib for a bed, the little Lord Jesus lay down his sweet head. The stars in the sky look down where He lay…the Little L…

          Boggan ranches, two miles south of Riggins, puts up their own version of a Christmas tree, using six round hay bales, each about 700 pounds each. “One year it was Santa Claus, and a snowman before,” said Jenna Boggan. “We try to do something different for Christmas every year.”

          RIGGINS -- Christmas is just one week away…Quote for the week: “Away in the manger no crib for a bed, the little Lord Jesus lay down his sweet head. The stars in the sky look down where He lay, the little Lord Jesus asleep in the hay…” While you are doing your last-minute Christmas shopping,…

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