We’ve had our heads hunkered down for so long trying to make a living that we may have forgotten those things that make life enjoyable. Public art is one.
One of my top priorities in the new Congress remains reforming our nation’s overly burdensome tax code as part of creating a competitive, national economy that encourages innovation and job growth.
Endowment sections in Western states are not producing adequate funding for local education.
Letter: Al Bolden White Bird
This is the season when the Christians of the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and the message his birth brings to the world; Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Man and hope for us all.
That hard-to-find, last-minute gift item we’re going to be suggesting this Christmas won’t fit in a box or under a tree. It’s not diamonds or two tickets to that thing your wife really likes.
Just in time for Thanksgiving and Christmas the Obama administration dumped about 3,600 new rules and regulations on the American public that will likely cost business, industry, stats and communities hundreds of millions of dollars to be in compliance. Two that have substantial cost attached and also has the potential to affect Idaho water rights suggest closer attention.
Letter: James Lawyer Grangeville
Just last Wednesday at the White House Conference of Tribal Nations, secretary Vilsack announced his and his department’s continued promotion of American Indians lands and environment.
Letter: Brittany Stewart K-1 teacher, Grangeville Elementary Middle School
Officer Wes Walters was able to visit my kindergarten/first grade class. He discussed how his primary job is keeping people in the community safe, and then he answered the numerous inquiries of the students’ intrigued minds.
Letter: Tonya Kennedy co-chair, 2015 Senior Fun Night
The 2015 Senior Fun Night committee would like to thank the Grangeville community and Bud’s PowerSports for their generous support during our 4-wheeler raffle.
Letter: Glen Scott Swearingen Kooskia
In line with Mr. Ottoson’s Dec. 3 story, I point out the garbage dumpsters in the Middle Fork of the Clearwater Corridor have several problems.
Rebuttal by: Jim Chmelik, commissioner, Skip Brandt, commissioner
[In rebuttal to Dec. 3 editorial] Since 2000, the Idaho County Commission and other local governmental agencies within the county have supported and worked with the National Forest Counties and Schools Coalition to the tune of over $75,000.00.
Another bipartisan coalition. Another last-minute appeal for appropriations. More pleading, more begging.
With the 2014 holiday season right around the corner, many of us are busy perfecting recipes, preparing for guests, and searching for the ideal gifts for family and friends. For many Idahoans, the holiday season is a time of renewing cherished traditions and creating special memories with loved ones. For others, keeping up with the hectic pace of social gatherings, shopping, family, and work obligations can place a serious strain on their mental health and well-being, leaving them feeling worn down and overwhelmed.