April 29, 2015
April 29, 2015
April 29, 2015
Author to discuss airstrips book Friday in Grangeville
Public events will be held in the region this month as part of Idaho Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month. This year’s theme is “Harnessing Idaho’s Water.”
Takeoff was denied for a helicopter demonstration at Syringa Hospital’s proposed Main Street helipad location. From here, the matter continues for deliberation at next Tuesday’s April 28 Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) meeting, which will make its recommendations on the proposal for final determination by the Grangeville City Council.
Migration provided Idaho County a minor population bump last year, offsetting the decrease of more deaths than births.
A Lapwai woman faces multiple felony charges stemming from Sunday evening’s two-vehicle crash south of Lewiston that resulted in the death of a Cottonwood man.
Community gets behind fund-raiser for Clearwater Valley
Puffs of multicolored clouds of dyed cornstarch kicked off Saturday’s fun run to raise funds for area cancer patients.
Imagine walking through a cemetery of your ancestors and being able to learn more than simply a date or name. QR Coding, and, specifically, PCS Laser and Memorial out of Lewiston, has made that a possibility.
Grangeville High School’s 2015 prom, with a Las Vegas theme, was held at the school Saturday, April 18.
It's Your Business
The National Weather Service will sponsor an upcoming weather spotter training today, Wednesday, April 22, at Super 8, 7 p.m.
Disabled vehicle, no blocking, between MP 69-60. Older model truck. One individual with vehicle...
“And if anyone gives even a cup of cold water to one of these little ones who is my disciple, truly I tell you, that person will certainly not lose their reward.” ~ Matthew 10:42, NIV.
Arbitrator to decide suit between Kooskia, Stites: Disagreement for wastewater services at issue for municipalities
Disagreement concerning contractual obligations for intermunicipal wastewater disposal is at the heart of a civil suit filed earlier this year by the City of Kooskia against the City of Stites.
Partners Inspiring Community Health (PICH) has decided to focus in a different area.
Transparency, communication among areas of interest for supervisor
“I feel the great need for more transparency. For quite some time now the Forest Service has had very limited activity within the community,” said Jerry Asker at the Grangeville Chamber of Commerce quarterly meeting April 16. “In the past five years there have been some very unpopular decisions in Grangeville made by the Forest Service and I feel proper communication could have changed the feelings.”
Grangeville - VIN Prairie Rd/NRR; Harassment River Rd/NRR...
Idaho County District Court Judge Gregory FitzMaurice Magistrate Jeff Payne
- Kamiah mass casuality exercise April 25, 2015
- Kamiah HOSA Color Blast Run or Dye 2015
- GHS Prom 2015 - A Night in Vegas
- Little Princess Tea Party 2015
- 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
- Grangeville Christmas Program Highlights
- Winter Magic 2014: Santa Truck Arrives!