Pair arrested on drug charges 4 days ago
Walters wins 2A wrestling state title 4 days ago
A 61-mile stretch of U.S. 12 will close at 4 p.m. PST this afternoon (Wednesday, March 5) because of the potential for avalanches, the Idaho Transportation Department announced.
New rule in effect this season
Idaho County youth will become a little better at protecting their noggins this year. The Idaho 4-H office will enforce the statewide rule of every county’s horse 4-H club member wearing a riding helmet during any horse-riding activity.
Chimney fires can be a shocking surprise for a homeowner, and as well a potential danger in spreading throughout the structure. So far, nine have been reported in Idaho County this year, and more are likely to occur as we weather the ongoing cold and snow of winter. Dick Straw of Straw’s Power Vac., Inc., recommends an annual inspection of your chimney, and – depending on how often you use your fireplace – a cleaning every year or so to remove creosote and soot buildup.
It's Your Business
Instructor Rachel Burrell is bringing Pilates back to Groaners. The first class is free and will be held each Wednesday, beginning March 12. Classes will be held at noon and will last 45 minutes. The Pilates classes are for all levels and are included at no charge with a gym membership. Everyone is welcome to attend, just drop in at Groaners and get the class schedule and visit with manager Cindy Nelson or call 983-7070. The office is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Main Street turned into a river Monday evening as rainfall coupled with snowmelt overwhelmed both Cottonwood Creek and city storm drains. As of press time Tuesday, no flood damage was so far being reported by downtown businesses from the March 3 event, according to Cottonwood Police Chief Terry Cochran.
Walters takes the title in last match for GHS; three area wrestlers also medal.
With three state titles — a football title, a basketball title and another football title — to their credit since the autumn of 2013, Salmon River tacked on a 1AD2 District III title with a cutting victory over Ambrose last Thursday night, Feb. 27.
Megan Sullivan, a 2012 Grangeville alum, and a sophomore at Eastern Oregon University, qualified to run the open 400 at the NAIA Indoor National Track and Field Championship March 6-8.