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Horse rescued from the South Fork

     On Jan. 10, concerned citizens called the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office regarding a horse in the river near Stites.1-12-17-horse-rescue-2

     Deputy Sam AuGello and Lt. Doug Ulmer responded to the location near 3-Mile Creek and located a horse that appeared to be unable to get out of the river on its own. It is unknown how long the horse had been in the river but evident that it needed assistance before it succumbed to hypothermia.

Two men carefully work their way toward rescuing a horse in the frigid waters of the South Fork of the Clearwater. Contributed by Idaho County Sheriff’s Office

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Bergman charged with DWP, no insurance

     Kenneth Ray Bergman, 53, of Kooskia was arrested on Dec. 23 for driving without privileges, 2nd offense, and no proof of liability insurance, both misdemeanors.

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Kamiah man arrested for DUI, drug charges

     Bruce L. Ctibor, 67, of Kamiah was arrested by the Idaho State Police on Dec. 27 for driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia, all misdemeanors.

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Stites man charged with aggravated battery

     Burton R. Crea, 53, of Stites was arrested Dec. 23 by an Idaho County Sheriff’s deputy and charged with aggravated battery, a misdemeanor.

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Kooskia man charged with leaving the scene of an accident

     Forty-four-year-old Aaron Comer of Kooskia was charged and arrested Jan. 5 for leaving the scene of an accident involving damage and failure to immediately report it, both misdemeanors.

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Car burglaries reported in the Kooskia area

     The Idaho County Sheriff’s Office responded to multiple reports of vehicle burglary on or near Hale Road at Kooskia.

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Property tax assistance Print E-mail

Idaho Property Tax Reduction Program

     It’s that time of year again to be thinking about the Property Tax Reduction Program (Circuit Breaker). This is a program which reduces property taxes for qualified applicants. The amount of the reduction is based on total household income for the previous calendar year. If you qualify, the property taxes on your home may be reduced by as much as $1,320. You may qualify for the Property Tax Reduction Program in 2017 if you meet the following requirements:

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