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Harvests In View

Bales of hay stand in a field just off Old Highway 7 west of Grangeville. Advanced Welding and Steel, Inc., and Idaho Forest Group can be seen in the background.

All wheat, barley, oats stocks stored in Idaho up

All wheat stored in all positions on June 1 totaled 21.8 million bushels in Idaho, up from 18.2 million bushels a year ago, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Northwest FCS market Snapshots show strong crops, varied returns

Waning returns for grain, feed and livestock are in contrast to stable or improved returns for forest products, according to the July Northwest Farm Credit Services Snapshots report.

NASS reporting wheat, barley oats production on July 1 conditions

Idaho wheat, barley and oats production is being reported by the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Farm Credit Services a helping hand to area farmers, ranchers

100 years, still growing

“Without U.S. production there would be no need for Farm Credit Services, so the fact that FCS has been around for 100 years is truly a testament of how important agriculture is to our country, and the world for that matter”

Sports

Scorecard

Golf results.

94 Grangeville swimmers set to compete Saturday

The Grangeville swim team this year is bigger than it has been in a while, with 94 set to compete at 9 a.m. this Saturday morning, July 23, for the home meet. The squad also has meets scheduled July 29 at Kendrick and Aug. 3 at Nezperce.

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Harris heading to Jamestown on QB scholarship

Next level athletes

Bulldogs quarterback Layton Harris made a name for himself locally on the football field, and the outward ripples of that will take him to Jamestown, N.D. this fall, where his new coaching staff finds itself in need of a passer.

News

Tease photo

Harvests In View

Bales of hay stand in a field just off Old Highway 7 west of Grangeville. Advanced Welding and Steel, Inc., and Idaho Forest Group can be seen in the background.

All wheat, barley, oats stocks stored in Idaho up

All wheat stored in all positions on June 1 totaled 21.8 million bushels in Idaho, up from 18.2 million bushels a year ago, according to the National Agricultural Statistics Service.

Northwest FCS market Snapshots show strong crops, varied returns

Waning returns for grain, feed and livestock are in contrast to stable or improved returns for forest products, according to the July Northwest Farm Credit Services Snapshots report.

Opinion

It’s time for Idaho lawmakers to address education funding formula

Guest Opinion

Twenty years ago, the World Wide Web was an infant, Operation Desert Storm had just ended and The Grateful Dead played their last concert. It was also the last time the Idaho Legislature addressed the education funding formula, which drives a $1.6 billion annual budget and determines the education of Idaho’s children.

Presentation misrepresented by paper

Guest Opinion

I was disappointed to read the article “Conversation hits issues for county health,” and the opinion written by Mr. Rauzi “Addressing community problems starts with us “ (Wednesday, July 13). The information presented by Idaho County Free Press about the community gathering organized by Kirsten Jensen of U of I, Idaho County Extension Health, Nutrition and Fitness Educator, that discussed ways to prevent and fight childhood obesity couldn’t have been more misrepresented.

Addressing community problems starts with us

Editorial

We don’t lack problems to address or opportunities to serve in Idaho County; what we lack are the people who will commit to being part of the solution and not simply pointing at others as the problem.

Community

Riggins News: Hot Summer Nights set for this weekend

My sweet 16 quote for the week is “When you cannot control what is happening, challenge yourself to control the way you respond to what is happening.” Riggins will be sizzling this weekend! Hot Summer Nights, sponsored by the Salmon River Chamber of Commerce, is this Friday and Saturday July 22-23 in the Riggins City Park.

Cottonwood News: Cloud a reminder of God’s care

We spent the weekend in the mountains behind Elk City and had a great time. We found huckleberries and caught fish, so that was good.

Kooskia / Kamiah News: Get kids to the library to read

Get Ready for Kooskia Days Celebration! It begins Aug. 5th and runs through Aug. 6, and it is sure to be the social event of the Kooskia season. Lots of games, food, live auction, parade and dance. Go to the Kooskia Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. The chamber of commerce events Calendar is not updated, yet, still showing last year’s events. I will have more next week about the happenings.