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Barbecue Days 2016 Print E-mail

This week's issue of The Progress features the 2016 Barbecue Days souvenir program. Pick up your copy today, or click here to view it online.

Idaho County Fair from a kid's perspective Print E-mail

Above: Fifteen-year-old Hannah Bandle with her lamb Lena. Hannah is a member of the Tahoe Hillbillies 4-H Club. Below: L-R: Charlotte French, 6, Eli French, 7, and Lily Missman, 8, and their bunnies Buddy, Cookie Dough, and Bunny Tracks. Charlotte and Eli are members of the Galloping Good 4-H Club and Lily is a member of the Tahoe Hillbillies. Gina Jorgensen/Progress


Art Walk coming Print E-mail

The Central Idaho Art Association Art Walk will be held throughout downtown Kamiah on Monday, Aug. 29 through Saturday, Sept. 3 as part of the Barbecue Days festivities. MarleneO’Neill of Clearwater holds her acrylic painting “Grey March” which is on display in the lobby of The Clearwater Progress building on Main Street in Kamiah. Additional artwork by O’Neill on display includes oils, watercolors, and paper mache masks. She has been involved in art since she was a child, and deals primarily in oils. She is a member of the CIAA and Salmon River Art Guild. The Art Walk will feature art from several area artists and will be on display at numerous Kamiah businesses. For details on the CIAA Art Walk, read the article in the Barbecue Days souvenir program in this issue of the Progress. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

Powwow results Print E-mail

2016 Chief Lookingglass Celebration Dance Contest winners

     The 40th Annual Chief Lookingglass Powwow is in the books! Many tribes from throughout the Northwest enjoyed the hospitality of the friendship feast, the Huckleberry Pancake Breakfast, the Memorial Dinner and the special ceremonies.8-25-16-grand-entry--dance

     The Chief Lookingglass Pow-wow Committee is honored to announce their new royalty for 2016-2017: Miss Lookingglass Alisha Reuben and Lil Miss Lookingglass Seasha Reuben, of Kooskia, daughters of Alan and Lora Reuben.

     A special honor blanket dance for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe DAPL Peaceful Protest was done Saturday night during the powwow; with Howard Valandra giving the history of the DAPL and the up to date information.

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Weight loss group starts in September Print E-mail

Healthy Horizons weight loss group to begin

     St. Mary’s and Clearwater Valley hospitals are pleased to announce that Healthy Horizons Weight Loss Support Group will be open to the public in September. Healthy Horizons provides help for those who are overweight or dealing with obesity.

     The 2003-2004 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) found that 66% of Americans are overweight or obese. The consequences are that there are increases in the health complications of Americans from diseases that are affected by being overweight or obese. These diseases can include diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, coronary artery disease, and metabolic syndrome.

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