Lorie Palmer

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Kids’ tennis shoes sought

Women — mark your calendars for Wednesday, Oct 15, noon at the Soltman Center. St. Joseph radiologist Dr. Luke Grauke will speak on breast health. This is for all ages and the event will include refreshments and silicone breasts to see and feel.

Sports history hits home

Book includes local sports figures

Think you know sports history? Come up against Lewiston’s Dick Riggs and you just may change your position.

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Prairie’s Wilson named Lewiston Roundup queen

She’s Wild!

A lifelong dream was recently fulfilled for Prairie Junior-Senior High School’s Jayde Wilson.

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Goehring leaves lasting gift

‘We saw the [GHS] sign’

As the ’80s lyrics go, “I saw the sign. I opened up my eyes and saw the sign.” A new brightly-painted sign at Grangeville High School is hard to miss. And that’s a good thing.

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Syringa entrance remodel to tie up in six weeks

The removal of two large trees – one cottonwood and one maple – in front of Syringa Hospital last week is the beginning phase of renovation plans for the facility.

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Look past falling timber; focus on the positive

We’ve all heard that change is good. At least we can agree it’s inevitable, right?

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Committee, public discuss historic preservation plans for Idaho County

A variety of historic preservation ideas were brought to the attention of a specialist and people interested in the area’s past, Aug. 28. Nine local residents attended a meeting held Thursday, Aug. 28, at the Bicentennial Historical Museum.

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Kamiah’s Orr is featured quilter

At the age of 8, a little girl dug through her mother’s sewing scraps. To keep her busy the little girl’s mother set up her daughter with a needle and thread to go with the fabric.

Syringa moves ahead with hospital collaboration effort

Collaboration between St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics and Syringa Hospital and Clinics may be in the works, albeit tentatively.

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Bass earns state’s ISTAR award

Grangeville High School has another star. An interscholastic star, that is. Senior honor student Kaleala Bass is the recipient of the Idaho High School Association (IHSAA) and United Dairymen of Idaho Interscholastic Star Award. Soon her banner will hang at the school along with those earned by Landon Loeber in 2003 and Megan DeFord in 2010.

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