Idaho County residents and visitors are invited to Cut ‘Em Loose at the 104th annual Border Days celebration July 3-5. A lot of events are set for town and here’s a round-up for all the area cowboys, cowgirls, cowpokes … and everyone else, too...
After 29 years in the insurance business, David and Donna Seyer of Seyer Insurance are ready for a break.
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A memorial scholarship fund in the name of Bill Eimers has been set up for the benefit of Grangeville High School seniors. Eimers was born and educated in Grangeville.
A change in pace — make that a change in face — is in store for Distinguished Young Women of the Camas Prairie.
Tony Jentges may have traveled across the world, but in many ways he is right back where he started from.
When you have a pet in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Kim Wolfrum!
“I went to India last year for the first time – it changed my life,” said Eric Helena.
Directors to guide use, future of former school, property
The wheels are turning in White Bird. The election held in November 2014 that area residents voted “yes” on to form the White Bird Area Recreation District (WBARD) – the only recreation district in Idaho County – is up and running.
An eighth grade field trip from Sts. Peter and Paul School changed the course of Justin DeFord’s life.