The getaway driver in May’s US Bank robbery in Cottonwood will spend more than two years in federal prison.
High winds from last Friday night’s storm resulted in minor power outages and a non-injury semi-truck crash.
Idaho County voters made a good showing at the midterm elections: 60.55 percent (5,773) of total registered voters participated in the Nov. 4 general election, according to official results.
Initially reported as a chimney fire at a home northeast of Kooskia, a Nov. 13 blaze soon spread to destroy the entire structure.
A Weippe man is listed in good condition following injuries suffered in a two-vehicle collision east of Weippe last Thursday, Nov. 20.
Investigation continues into a Saturday evening incident that resulted in misdemeanor charges against three 18-year-olds.
Thou shalt not steal? Disobeying the eighth commandment remains the top criminal problem in Idaho County.
“Basically we’ve been giving away bulk water free for years,” said Grangeville Public Works Director Jeff McFrederick.
Kooskia First Presbyterian Church held its annual community party Friday evening, Nov. 21, at the Kooskia Community Center on Main Street.
As participants worked through grading the magnitude and frequency of hazards and potential disasters in Idaho County, coordinator Brad Tucker, Northwest Management Inc. (NMI), joked on the emerging trend that incidents here are of high risk and occur rather frequently.
Bright yellow and orange walls, a paradise welcome and an inviting place to relax are all part of the new Aloha Laundry at 817 Cunningham Street. Bob and Carolyn Haning opened the new business last week and are still putting the final touches on it.
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When Americans hit the road this year for Thanksgiving family gatherings, 31 percent of us say we’ll be traveling more than 500 miles and another 31 percent will travel between 200 and 500 miles.
Adams County Health Center will be hosting public events next Tuesday and Wednesday for the insurance marketplace.
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Alicia Asker was part of a crew from the Grangeville Chamber of Commerce stringing bows and garland on lampposts along Main Street last Friday, Nov. 21, in preparation for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.