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News For The Week of July 17, 2014
City ordered to give up land on railroad easement or face penalties Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

BIA asserts city is trespassing on railroad easement

     The City of Kamiah has been accused of trespassing on a 4.6-acre parcel of land north of No Kidd Lane.

     On behalf of the Nez Perce Tribe, the Bureau of Indian Affairs sent a letter on June 4 to the City of Kamiah regarding a possible trespass on that parcel as well as Idaho Street, north of Highway 12.

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Funds aimed at preventing substance abuse Print E-mail

KCPC awarded four-year $100,000 grant

     Kamiah Community Partners Coalition is one of 11 communities statewide to receive funding from the Idaho Office of Drug Policy Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) Grants.

     The funds are provided through a federal grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to fund community-level substance abuse prevention strategies and to improve local prevention infrastructure.

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White-out at Lolo Print E-mail
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The mountains are full of cotton or at least it looks that way thanks to the abundance of bear grass blossoms. This bees' paradise was observed at Lolo Pass recently. Sheryl White/Progress

 
Council, mayor say new water plant must be paid for whether it works or not Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

Kamiah man says city's water bond billing is illegal

     Frustration over a yet-to-be finished water plant and the city's billing for the bond payment on the plant prompted Merrill Hartley of Kamiah to write a letter scolding the mayor and city council for what he claims is illegal activity.

     The city council discussed the issue during a regular meeting July 9.

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River claims life Print E-mail

Lapwai man drowns in Selway River

     The Idaho County Sheriff's Department recovered the body of a Lapwai man from the Selway River July 11.

     Frank A. Blackeagle, 58, of Lapwai was reported missing at 6:30 a.m. on July 10 after he did not return from fishing in the Selway Falls area the evening before.

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