Though he started his career on a different path, chiropractic physician Loren C. Miller, DC, FACO, has always enjoyed working with people. “I love people,” Miller smiled.
Mark your calendars and start planning your outfit for the Kids Klub Halloween Costume Ball Saturday, Oct. 29, 6 p.m., at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville. A costume contest will be held as well as an opportunity to duct tape a local celeb to the “Spider Wall.” Tickets (which includes dinner) are available at: The Gallery, Lindsley’s Furniture and online at www.thekidsklub.org for $50 per person or reserve seating “Munsters Table” for eight for $600.
Although she is a new health care provider at Syringa Hospital and Clinics, DNP Julie Hammatt knows her way around the hospital. “I have spent a couple years as an emergency department RN here at Syringa while I obtained my Doctor of Nursing Practice,” she said.
Are you seeking care for your loved one but want to ensure they are well taken care of with dignity? That’s exactly what Erica Eller, fifth generation White Birdian, is offering. Eller is a 25-year veteran of a caregiving.
Bulldog cards, to benefit the Grangeville schools music department, are on sale now at the school. Cards are $10 apiece and are also available at Grangeville Flower Shop, Seasons, Pizza Factory, Grangeville Country Club, Shear Magic and Crema Café.
Thanks to Joy Swift with Joyful Rain Photography in Riggins for providing the photo of Salmon River High School’s homecoming royalty in last week’s paper. We appreciate the helping hand!
Eight former WaterOz employees have come together as partner-owners of a new business in the Clearwater area—Clearwater River Supplements—also known as CR Supplements, LLC outside of Grangeville, near Stites.
Customers will notice some changes at Oscar’s Restaurant, located on Grangeville’s Main Street, this week.
The popcorn is back! For the first time in several years, Cub Scouts in Pack 555 will be selling the Boy Scouts of America popcorn treats to help fund their local activities.
Have you been worrying about that electric socket that keeps sparking? What about the outside light that just doesn’t seem to be getting power anymore? You’re in luck with Rick Miller.
Pacific Cabinets, Inc., will host its grand opening open house at its new 20,000 square foot facility this Thursday, Sept. 22, 2:30 to 5 p.m. PCI is located at 2010 Front Street, Ferdinand. Numerous local businesses, suppliers, customers, contractors and past, present and future employees will be attending this event.
If Grangeville had a sister town, Weaverville, Calif., would be it, said Max Beach. Idaho County Light and Power’s new general manager grew up in the Northern California town of 3,500 people.
Grangeville Country Club has lowered the greens fees now through Oct. 31. Play a round of 18 holes for $20 or nine holes for $10. Stop by while the weather is nice! •
Each year, the Idaho Association of County Assessors elects one person to serve as president of the Idaho Assessors. This year, Idaho County Assessor James Zehner was elected to serve for the 2017 year.
“It’s been a really good career. I’ve been very lucky,” said Laura Smith, being around many good people in and out of the federal agency, having received excellent training through the years, “and working with the finest folks around.”