We still have our first skiff of snow on the ground and the temperature is still hovering around 10 to 20 degrees. Brrrrr! What an introduction to winter! But I guess it’s time.
It’s colder than a well drillers behind in Montana, only we’re in Idaho, so I guess it would be an Idahoans behind. Anyway whoever’s backside, it’s cold.
Join in on the fun to light up Riggins with Christmas decorations and lights to delight and share joy with our local people as well as people traveling though Riggins, of which we have lots!
The Sew-Help-Me Quilters presented their two latest Quilts of Valor at the Veterans Day dinner last Tuesday. The fortunate recipients were Larry Biggers and Wayne Hasenoehrl (see photos).
Kooskia, Kamiah News
The Kooskia Food Bank is accepting donations through the end of December. They are seeking nonperishable items as well as cash donations, to help those less fortunate in our community.
A look at the history of Idaho County.
White Bird News
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I hope you all get to share a meal and some time with the people you love. Don’t forget to thank God for all the many blessings we have.
Kids with the Grangeville Centennial Library Drama Club/Readers’ Theater Group performed their original drama, Camp Eclipse, Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Blue Fox Theater.
Dustin Rinker, son of Eric and Wendy Hook and senior at Carroll College who reached the all-time rushing record during this 2014 season which is Carroll College football program’s 100 year anniversary, will play his last home game this Saturday. Eric and Wendy will host a tailgate party at 10 a.m. at the college this Saturday, Nov. 15.
For the month of November the Prairie Community Library is featuring artisan, Jean Anglen who practices a firing and glazing technique that started more than four centuries ago in Japan — the raku firing of pottery.
Squanto Who? This will be the lighthearted themed historical dialog skit which will be presented at the fifth luncheon of the Clearwater Baptist Church located at 158 Main Street, in Clearwater.
A new dusting of snow and forecasts for near zero temperatures indicate that winter is quickly approaching. Combined with the near “dead” conditions around town, Elk City looks to be “snuggling in.”
Years ago, when our school got shut down, I told all of you that I would never refer to our school as anything other than, “the school.” Even when the city rented it and turned it into city hall for a short stint, I still refused to call it anything else.
White Bird News
One more month of our lives gone with the wind. I hope you made some good memories, because these days are flying by faster than a hurricane.
The Cottonwood School District will present a program for veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 11, at 1 p.m. in the Prairie Jr./Sr. High School gym.