Who left a sealed container of tens of thousands of dollars at a remote Keuterville property, and why? Investigators are “looking into possible reasons,” according to Idaho County Sheriff Doug Giddings, and whether criminal intent, if any, may be involved.
Sun worshipers may be enjoying unseasonably warm temperatures, but the rising mercury hasn’t been good for both snow levels and attendance numbers at Snowhaven Ski and Tubing Hill.
With disc golf up and running at Grangeville Lions Park, organizer Kevin Asker is hoping the public facility goes to the dogs.
With the 2015 Idaho Legislative Session under way, District 7 legislators are weighing in on the issues they would like to see addressed this year.
Tentative reopening is for this Friday, Jan, 30, for the road to Hells Canyon Dam, closed exactly a week ago following a rock slide that blocked both lanes of travel.
Idaho County Free Press and Shopper advertisers may have noticed a new face – or voice on the phone – at the shop. Ashley DeRamus joined the staff in November. She was hired as a sales representative and will be selling advertising space and advising local business owners on designing ads.
Salmon River Joint School District 243 will have three board of trustee positions up for election May 19.
It’s time again to start thinking about Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach enrichment classes.
The Idaho Department of Lands sold a timber sale on Friday, Jan. 23, at Kamiah. Rack of Yak, located 12 miles east of Kamiah, was sold to IFG Timber LLC. The estimated 2,595 MBF was sold for an average price of $381 per M. Proceeds will benefit the Public School Endowment.
Idaho now offers a veteran designation on both driver’s licenses and identification cards.
Sales Yards, Grain Market
Search and rescue dollars aren’t famous among the monies local jurisdictions receive from the federal government in the form of Payment In Lieu of Taxes (PILT) and Secure Rural Schools (SRS) payouts. PILT was renewed late last year, but while Idaho County and local school districts anxiously await Congressional action on SRS, Idaho County Undersheriff Jim Gorges is trying to schedule a gun show to help fund one of the county’s basic services.
Several speakers will be presenting multifaceted approaches for agricultural producers to consider as part of a soil health workshop set for Tuesday, Feb. 10, in Ferdinand.
Workers’ pay has increased in Idaho County within the past decade, recovering economic ground that many counties throughout the U.S. have not.
Proposed changes plan to simplify regulations in the federal Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). Public comment on the change is being taken through Feb. 10.
- Captial for a Day : Butch Otter visists Kamiah Jan. 6, 2015
- Monastery of St. Gertrude Holiday Convert 2014
- Monastery of St. Gertrude Holiday Concert 2014
- Sts. Peter and Paul Christmas Program
- GEMS Christmas Program Highlights
- Winter Magic 2014: Santa Truck Arrives!
- PES Blue Ribbon Award
- Democrat Greecreek Dinner
- White Bird Grade pick-up fire
- Summit Academy Mistory Night 2014