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Kids Klub to start work on new building

“Four years ago, we were at our maximum capacity. Since then, there has been a waiting list for the after-school program,” said Kids Klub Program Director Kristi Keeler. Keeler spoke to about 60 people who gathered Tuesday, Nov. 7, for the Kids Klub, Inc., building groundbreaking. Arnzen Building Construction our of Cottonwood, owned by Morris Arnzen, was awarded the contract to start work on the 4,016 square-foot building at the 506 South A Street site (adjacent to Grangeville Elementary Middle School).

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KUID-TV signal moves to channel 35 in Cottonwood area

A channel change last week for KUID-TV requires TV viewers in the Cottonwood, Grangeville and Ferdinand areas to reset their tuners. On Oct. 31, the KUID-TV signal broadcasting from the translator at Cottonwood Butte changed from channel 46 to channel 35.

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It's Your Business: Meisner loses keepsakes; Two Rivers Coffee Roasters sells to Nicol Tyler

Idaho County Free Press/Shopper/ICFP Media employees recently attended an Eagle Newspapers advertising conference in Hood River, Ore. Making the trip were publisher Sarah Klement and advertising representatives Lisa Adkison and Ashley Hagen. There, the trio racked up several awards. They won first place in Best Self Promotion (It’s Your Business) and Best Print and Digital Combination (Holiday Showcase). They had one minute to make their case for each publication. In addition, they also won $200 for the office for Outstanding Innovation and Originality. Congratulations!

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Cottonwood News: Schwartz, Rose take first in VFW contest

The Richard Jacobs VFW Post 4902, based in Cottonwood is proud to announce this year’s student education award winners. The Voice of Democracy competition is a three to five-minute speech with high school participants in grades nine through twelve. The theme this year was “American History: Our Hope for the Future.”

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White Bird News: Turkey Shoot is this weekend

November is halfway gone and the holidays have begun. The Rebekahs Turkey Dinner was once again a success. We appreciate these ladies for all their effort on putting on a great fund-raiser...well done. The American Legion No. 152 bought dinners for 27 veterans. We fed 225 people and a special appreciation goes out to OC who cooked two turkeys. Hope everyone remembered to get their new 2018 community calendars. I received mine and it is great to see all the information on the area cowboys. A great job and a lot of time was put into these calendars, please help support the Library and their fund-raiser too.

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Elk City News: Edmondson, Foster share essays at Veterans Day program

Well, the Veterans Day Dinner was a big success. There were several things going on besides eating the delicious food prepared, thanks to the VFW Auxiliary ladies! Harmony Edmondson, senior at Clearwater Valley High School presented her entry for the VFW Scholarship program, Voice of Democracy with the title, “American History: Our Hope for the Future.” She did an outstanding job!

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Riggins News: Chapmans greeted as new church pastors; dinner a success

My quote for the week is “We don’t know what tomorrow will bring. Love with all your heart and learn to forgive quickly. Be kind; be thankful. Enjoy your loved ones.” Salmon River Community Church greeted its new Pastor Mike and his wife, Becky Chapman, last Sunday evening. They drove cross-country from Indiana in two vehicles to get to Riggins. Some of our church family helped them unpack their truck; they will get things put away where they want them. They are delighted to be here and looking forward to meeting people in our community. Becky returned to Indiana until their two daughters finish their first semester in mid-December. Pastor Mike delivered his first sermon Sunday and will be one of the speakers at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner this Sunday, Nov. 19, 6 p.m.

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Clearwater Valley News: Millage is featured photographer

I’ve been watching the progress of the new construction of a log cabin in Stites for the past few months. It’s a nice looking little cabin at the downstream end of town. It’s great to see a new building going up in Stites. I’ve been curious about the fate of the Kooskia Opera House, so I stopped to see Marcia Graves at Graves Nursery and Thrift Store. She and Mike are excited to have sold it to a younger family who are in the process of moving here from out of state. I checked with Umpqua Bank about what they are planning to do with their bank building in Kooskia once they close the bank in January. They plan to sell the building as quickly as possible. Hoping that someone with deep pockets will see a future for this building.

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Lowell / Syringa News: River Dance is now in ‘winter mode’

At Syringa, Lorraine Smith is canning quince jelly and marmalade, Becky Jackson is cleaning up after coming home from hunting camp, which is harder than the actual hunting, and River Dance Lodge and Syringa Cafe are going into winter mode until early spring. In Lowell, the Ryan’s at Wilderness Inn have cut back hours to breakfast and lunch, just for a few more weeks, then they open one more night for the Lowell QRU Christmas party. Three Rivers Cabins are busy with the hunters for this late whitetail season.

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Upcoming retreat offers shared creative journey

St. Hildegard of Bingen wrote, “We cannot live in a world that is not our own, in a world that is interpreted for us by others. An interpreted world is not a home. Part of the terror is to take back our own listening, to use our own voice, to see our own light.”

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