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Kids Klub plans next move after Idaho County Commission fails to support block grant

The Kids Klub, Inc., board is planning its next move after some less than positive feedback at the Idaho County Commission meeting Tuesday, May 3.

Tempus Fugit

GEMS student Hailey Russell, 6, won first place for the kindergarten level in the Idaho Public Television/KUID regional Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Awards contest. 20 YEARS AGO MAY 1, 1996

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Riggins Rodeo Royalty: Farris, Diaz will promote event as queen, princess

Two local young ladies will serve as royalty for Riggins Rodeo events this weekend and throughout the year as they promote the event.

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Cottonwood News: Next health walk is May 7 in Cottonwood

Next Sunday is Mother’s Day so you can take your wife or mother out to breakfast at the Knights of Columbus Breakfast at the KC Hall. They will be serving from 7-10 a.m. Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers! Only a short time left to get on the map for the community yard sale. All map proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Contact Tami Quick at 983-6505 to sign up on the map. Deadline is May 16.

Riggins News: 68th rodeo set for this weekend

My two Sweet 16 quotes for this week in honor of mothers for Mother’s Day, May 8, are “Mothers are beautiful simply by being what they are.” And “A mother is your first friend, your best friend, and your forever friend.”

Elk City: Dixie to honor service members May 29

May 8 is Mother’s Day! Don’t forget to call, write, send something, and just express your love and appreciation for her.

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CVES kids learn water safety

On Wednesday, April 27, the Clearwater Valley Elementary second and third graders were given the opportunity to travel to the Asotin County Aquatic Center for water safety training and swimming lessons.

Kamiah library offers free books to kids registering for kindergarten

Children registering for kindergarten at Kamiah Elementary School will receive a free book as part of the Kamiah Elementary Library’s “Get a Jump Start on Reading at Your Library” program.

Temous Fugit

90 YEARS AGO APRIL 29, 1926 •H. Rothwell, present sheriff of Idaho County made the announcement he will be candidate for re-election on the Republican ticket in the August primary.

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Dinner honors Syringa volunteers

“You are the roots of our community. This room embodies philanthropy in the most amazing way,” Syringa Thrift Store Manager Kristi Brooks told a roomful of about 70 people last Thursday, April 21.

Riggins News: Eggebrecht is EMS director

My Sweet ’16 quote of the week is “Always remember your present situation is not your final destination. The best is yet to come.” Kudos to Janeen Eggebrecht, longtime Riggins EMT, who is now the new head of Riggins EMS as well as the safety coordinator. Riggins has only two EMTs right now who are covering all the shifts. Janeen and Bill Lenhart, who has recently received his EMT certification, are busy with their runs and volunteer work as well.

Lowell / Syringa News: Guides are trained

Short and sweet upriver news. People are moving in and out around here. Campers going up Selway, lots and lots of them. D of L doing slash burns up the Selway River in the rain, smoke starting all over again.

Elk City News: Slide saga continues

As most of the readers of this column already know, the road slid shut Friday night late but Westco had a lane open by 8:30 a.m. So we are back to our normal schedule.

Kooskia / Kamiah News: Barn dance on tap for Saturday

It is spring clean-up time. Kooskia: City Park to leave items for disposal. Kamiah: Kamiah football field. Acceptable waste is small “around the house” items. If in doubt, call Simmons Sanitation at 935-2617.

Cottonwood News: Yard sale is May 21

It’s time to get the cows out to pasture. With the recent rains, the pastures are looking pretty good this year. We have seen lots of cattle being trucked to pasture recently. It is about time to plant gardens also. The Says Phoebe birds are back and already nesting.

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