Chances for success improve when you are engaged with partners sharing mutual goals. And we have a lightly tapped resource that could be the catalyst for such a cooperative effort.
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests have been working to revise our land management plan (forest plan), which provides strategic direction for the forest for the next 10 to 15 years.
Letter: Lynn Dufur Grangeville
Disneyland isn’t the happiest place on earth! I believe Grangeville’s recycling center is.
Letter: Mike Mitchell Lewiston
If you want guns in schools — vote Republican. If you want sensible gun laws — vote Democrat.
Letter: SSgt. Jarrod P. Johnson Afganistan
Thank you and everyone who had a hand in the care package! I knew it was going to be a good one just by the weight of the box.
Letter of thanks: Ivy Leach incident commander - Northern Rockies Type II Incident Management Team
The Northern Rockies Type II Incident Management Team
It’s good to be reminded that our opponents are not necessarily our enemies, and just because they oppose us doesn’t mean they are moral degenerates.
Syringa Hospital has grown and changed to keep up with changes in our community and in health care. Grangeville General Hospital opened its doors in 1939, 75 years ago. In the 1980s, the patient wing along Main Street was added; in the 1990s the emergency department was added; and in 2006 the Idaho County Nursing Home was acquired from the county and remodeled into a primary care clinic.
Robin Williams death struck a chord with many people for a variety of reasons. That his death was due to suicide hit us extra hard.
Letter: Shelley Dumas Grangeville
Huckleberries! Plentiful purple everywhere; big, luscious, juicy and free for the pickin’ and eatin’.
Letter: Rebecca Crea Grangeville
Anyone concerned with an elderly parent or grandparent living alone, there are Kirby vacuum salesmen that if let into their home will not leave until your loved one buys it at an absorbent price, often calling ahead offering a free carpet shampoo.
“It was our mistake, not the tribe’s,” Idaho County Commission chairman James Rockwell said last Monday, Aug. 11, of 28 years of garbage fees the board failed to collect...
The earnings from Idaho’s endowment trust lands and funds – which we oversee as the Land Board – totaled $330 million in fiscal year 2014, a record achievement that is relieving citizens of part of the cost of funding important functions of state government and putting Idahoans to work...