Tease photo

GHS grad Reuter honored by USAF

A role not traditionally filled by women is vehicle mechanic.

Tease photo

Fireman’s Ball, auction a success

White Bird News

The Fireman’s Dance and Auction was a huge success. There was standing room only and everyone had a good time.

Tease photo

Future business leaders: Students to attend BPA competition

Several area students are headed to state competition following the regional Business Professionals of America event held Jan. 23 at Lewis-Clark State College.

Tease photo

Seven GHS students set for state FCCLA competition

Several Grangeville High School students will be making their way to state competition for FCCLA in April.

Tease photo

GEMS students make ‘snow’ in experiment

“Since the weather wouldn’t cooperate and give us a big snow day, in January, we decided to make our own,” said Mrs. Dixie Schwartz, second/third grade teacher at Grangeville Elementary Middle School.

Tease photo

Mossman tours capitol

Rep. Dan Rudolph took time to show one of Idaho’s youth the inner workings of the Capitol recently. University of Idaho student Raymond Mossman of Nezperce toured the capitol building as part of his personal education.

Documentary to be screened at Blue Fox Theater March 7

A documentary, American Bear, will be screening at Blue Fox Theater in Grangeville this Saturday, March 7, 3 p.m. The showing will include a post screening Q&A discussion with filmmakers.

Summit Academy pushes the limits with ‘Chem’ cars

With only two weeks to spare, the chemistry class at Summit Academy rallied in the “Chem E Cars Challenge.” Discovering different types of chemical reactions, the students built, advertised and showcased their model cars on Wednesday, Jan. 28.

Anyone see a fireball in the sky?

Lowell, Syringa News

Beware the Ides of March, oh wait that’s next week. This week is the first of March and what a beautiful week of sunshine.

Lincoln Day dinner draws 150 people

On Saturday, Feb. 28, Idaho County Republicans met at the Greencreek Community Center for their annual Lincoln Day Dinner.

Summit sports teams faring well

Cottonwood News

Summit seventh grade girls participated in a volleyball tournament held at Prairie Elementary School on Saturday. Summit won the championship and was undefeated for the day.

Join for ‘Backyard Bounty’

Kooskia, Kamiah News

Mike and Joan Mount of Green Things Nursery in Orofino, will again host the Backyard Bounty meeting at the Welcome Center in Kamiah on March 20.

Help through

Elk City News

As many of you know, the Elk City Area Alliance holds in trust various properties in Elk City including the airport, medical clinic, park and public restrooms, and community hall.

Daylight Savings Time begins this weekend

Riggins News

Daylight Saving Time 2015 begins at 2 a.m. this Sunday, March 8, and ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 1. Be sure to set your clocks ahead an hour before going to bed or you will sure be late getting to church or wherever you plan to be Sunday morning.

Tease photo

Tempus Fugit: March 04, 2015

A look at the history of Idaho County.