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Teen injured in wreck Print E-mail

Wreck closes Highway 12

     A 17-year-old Kamiah teenager was injured in a car accident Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 17.

     According to a press release from the Idaho State Police, Christopher Pethtel was traveling westbound on Highway 12 in a 2000 Kia Spectra when he crossed the center line, traveled into the eastbound lane, and left the roadway. The Spectra came to rest on its driver side. 

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Car makes a splash Print E-mail

2-19-15-car-in-river---bridge-shot-2791Beau Lynch of Kooskia fell asleep at the wheel of this Thunderbird on Wednesday morning, Feb. 18 while traveling to Kooskia from Tahoe on Toll Road. After plowing through a cement barrier on Clear Creek Bridge he awakened to find the vehicle airborne before it crashed into the water. Karla McLean and Quinton Ryan of Kooskia were passengers. No one was injured, according to Sgt. Carlos Martinez of the Idaho County Sheriff’s Department. Speed and inattention were factors in the wreck. The incident is still under investigation. Jackson’s Wrecking provided tow service. Janene Engle/Progress

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Kamiah City Council Print E-mail

Mechanical issues bogging down water plant

     Various mechanical issues are to blame for the city being unable to produce clean water.

     The issue was discussed during a regular Kamiah City Council meeting Feb. 11.

     Public Works Supervisor Mike Stanton updated the council on the latest challenges at the water plant.

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Get your fix at the Chocolate Fantasy Print E-mail

Annual fundraiser of ‘sweet indulgence’ planned for Feb. 21

     World-renowned track coach Ed Jacoby will be the featured guest speaker at the annual Kamiah Community Partners Coalition Chocolate Fantasy fundraiser dinner and auction on Feb. 21 at the American Legion Hall in Kamiah.

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Deaths prompt purchase of rescue gear Print E-mail

County agrees to buy rescue equipment

     In light of the recent tragic ice fishing deaths of Roger Ward and David Kries, both of Kamiah, Lewis County Commissioners have agreed to purchase some specialized rescue equipment for future rescue attempts involving icy conditions at Winchester Lake.

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