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.
Letter: Karin and Bill Vetter Grangeville
Pellet gun shooting maims and injures beloved pets Whoever decided to shoot two cats Monday afternoon, July 28, in the Happy Hollow area has caused a significant amount of damage...
Letter: Mary Lycan Kooskia
For those going outside our area looking for hot deals on big ticket items, be alert and know exactly what you are buying before you sign on the dotted line in Washington state.
Letter: Jeremy Remacle president Clearwater Valley Roundup Association
This year’s Kamiah rodeo and parade was a huge success.
Letter: Leonard Wallace New Meadows
In regards to the article in the July 16 issue of the Idaho County Free Press, entitled “County lawsuit on hold as rec groups negotiate.”
Letter: Dick Artley Grangeville
Forest Supervisor Brazell of Lochsa Land Exchange infamy is at it again. I encourage those who enjoy recreating in their national forests who missed the USFS meeting last week in Grangeville to submit electronic comments on Brazell’s proposed Forest Plan revision at email@example.com.
Letter: Marilyn Giddings, retired school principal White Bird
Through the years I have heard dozens of excuses about why adults don’t want to address the issue of underage drinking but none of the lame excuses can explain away the high-risk behavior that results in too many deaths. How many kids have to die before the adults of this county find a correlation between alcohol and dead children?
Letter: Meryl Kastin Kooskia
This is in response to a letter a couple of weeks ago wondering about the lack of honeybees. Honeybees are dying at an alarming rate due to the deluge of highly toxic pesticides being used. These agrochemicals are not only being doused over millions of acres of farmland, but they are also used in our neighborhood for lawns and gardens.
Letter: Maggie Abbott White Bird
I am upset that you gave Mr. Kutner so much exposure in your last edition of the Free Press.
I wish to comment on the subject of the helipad for our local hospital. Many years ago my husband had a horse accident on the lower part of the ranch. It was 10 hours before we found him and had there not been a helicopter available at that time he may not have made the trip by ambulance to the hospital.
Letter: Dick Artley Grangeville
[In response, July 16 letter from Gayle Engstli]: You posed a good question about the lack of honeybees.
Letter: Sheryl Clark White Bird
I am a member of the EMS system in Idaho County and I have a number of concerns with your article and the letter [July 16 Issue] from Jeff Kutner regarding the proposed Syringa Hospital Helipad.
Letter: Jacquelyn Crousser
This 4-H year began well, with my two sisters and I each picking out three beautiful lambs in early June.
Letter: Kathy Ackerman Grangeville
We are enjoying the Grangeville City Pool so much this summer!