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Four candidates vie for three city positions

Election 2015: Grangeville City Council

Four candidates are vying for three four-year-term positions on the Grangeville City Council in the Nov. 3 elections: newcomers Amy Farris and Daniel Gautney, and incumbents Peter Lane and Michael Peterson.

Mail-out ballot for bond election; Oct. 9 registration deadline

Election 2015: getting voters ready

- Pre-registration deadline is this Friday, Oct. 9. - Vote on Rapid River Water and Sewer District’ $500,000 bond election will be conducted by mail-out ballot.

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Kamiah EMS providers honored for efforts during August fires

‘We are forever grateful and in your debt’

More than 100 people attended the afternoon Oct. 5 recognition ceremony at Kamiah’s Riverfront Park, honoring volunteer firefighters, EMTs and city and county law enforcement with multiple praises for individual dedication, selflessness, bravery and also determination to push through the exhaustion for days of effort to protect and serve the community threatened by wildfire in August as part of the Clearwater Complex.

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Mayor, council positions contested in city races

Election 2015: White Bird council

For the City of White Bird, the mayor and two council positions – all four-year terms – are up for decision in the Nov. 3 election. Running for mayor is incumbent Rick Alley and challenger Rod Pilant. Council seats are sought by Homer, Brown, and incumbents Janis Ann Owen-Comrie and Darlene Wadsworth.

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Incumbent, challenger seek four-year term

Election 2015: Grangeville Cemetery Board

Two candidates are vying for a four-year-term position on the Grangeville Cemetery District board in the Nov. 3 elections: Bruce Battles and incumbent John J. Lamb.

Second NICI escapee gets 2-5 years in 2014 incident

The second half in a 2014 joint escape from NICI has earned more time behind bars.

Census shows Idaho County gain in 65 and older, 20-to-39 age groups

Is Idaho County getting grayer? Yes, but it is also showing an increase in younger-age populations as well, according to estimates recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau.

District to decide $500,000 water revenue bond on Nov. 3

Election 2015: Rapid River Water & Sewer District

If approved, district patrons could see at minimum a $10 water rate increase, and construction on the approximately million-dollar project would tentatively start in fall 2016.

Join up or form up; who else will otherwise?

Join up or form up.

Reminder on election letters to editor

Just a quick reminder: After this issue you have just four weeks to write letters prior to the Nov. 3 elections.

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