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Income declines in 25 Idaho counties Idaho County sees small increase

Median household income declined in 25 of Idaho’s 44 counties between 2012 and 2013, underscoring a modest statewide decline in median household income of five-tenths of a percent, according to new estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.

County’s unclaimed property owners named

Unclaimed property lies in the possession of the State of Idaho awaiting to be claimed by residents.

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Gift of Music set for Dec. 20 at Salmon Rapids Lodge

The annual tradition of holiday magic and music continues this December at Salmon Rapids Lodge in Riggins. The Gift of Music will celebrate the holiday season with a free community event in the setting of the lodge’s Big Salmon River Room.

Main Street poles need lights

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Congratulations to Barbara Macy who won the four wheeler from Bud’s PowerSports in Cottonwood for the Grangeville Senior Fun Night Raffle. You’ll see Barbara pictured here with her new treasure.

Dec. 18 meeting on Idaho County Multi-Hazard Mitigation plan open to public

Committee work will continue on updating the Idaho County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan at a meeting, open to the public, on Thursday, Dec. 18, 10:30 a.m., at the Syringa Hospital Soltman Center on Main Street.

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30 years and going strong: Main Street business stands the test of time

Scared, young and full of dreams, Robert and Linda Nida embarked upon a new business venture in 1984. Thirty years later, that business is still a staple on Main Street.

Stop at South Fork Cafe

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Mark your calendars: The Grangeville Country Club annual members meeting will be held on Jan. 31, 2015 at The Gallery.

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Musick elected as secretary of the Realtor association

Nita Musick was recently elected by her Realtor peers to sit on the board of directors of the Lewis Clark Association of Realtors. She will be the acting secretary of the local association.

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Make sausage at home, save money: Local pens sausage, jerky makers’ Bible

A lot of people complain about the high cost of deli meats. According to a recent Labor Department report, the prices consumers paid for sausage and deli meat rose 4.9 percent, the fastest pace in nearly 34 years. Record high cattle prices are likely to send processed meat products even higher.

Items sought for Eagles Kids’ Christmas sale

Happy December! Isn’t time zooming by? Don’t forget to enjoy the moments and make the memories!

U.S. Forest Service job fair planned at DOL Monday, Dec. 8

U.S. Forest Service representatives from the Nez Perce-Clearwater national forests will be on hand to discuss job opportunities on Monday.

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Aloha Laundry opens its doors

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.

Drive carefully — roads are busy for holidays

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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.

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Hospitals take part in OB simulation training

Idaho Simulation Network (ISN) spent the week of Oct. 27 at Clearwater Valley (Orofino) and St. Mary’s (Cottonwood) hospitals, presenting Simulation /OB Emergency Team Training.

Workplace posters available

Idaho businesses are often solicited by private companies to pay for required labor law posters that the Idaho Department of Labor provides free online and through its local offices.

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