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News For The Week of April 16, 2015
Water outlook dreary Print E-mail

Precip below average in Clearwater Basin

     March was not especially generous with precipitation in the Clearwater Basin but it fared a lot better than southern Idaho.

     Warm, dry conditions dominated the March weather scene, and greatly increased the probability of water shortages or marginally adequate water supplies for the coming summer.

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Levy meeting Print E-mail

Meeting planned to discuss school levy

     The public is invited to attend a meeting of Kamiah School District representatives and patrons to discuss the upcoming supplemental levy. The Kamiah School District is seeking a $325,000 operation and supplemental levy. The community will be provided information about the levy at this meeting on April 22 at 6 p.m. at the Kamiah High School Library.

     The levy vote will be held May 19.

     For more information about this meeting contact the district office at 935-2991.

 
Bustin' some moves Print E-mail
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The children of the Kamiah Head Start Center were happy to welcome Mayor Dale Schneider to their daily routine of song and dance on Tuesday. A yearly tradition for the Mayor has been to join the pre-schoolers for singing and lunch. Niko Aragon and Hanna Wyatt made sure he was doing it right as they helped with the dance moves. Janene Engle/Progress
 
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City council briefed on EMS exercise

     A five-county EMS exercise will commence at Kamiah on April 25. Lewis County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Hasz briefed the council on the event during a brief city council meeting April 8.

     Ambulances from Grangeville, Cottonwood, Orofino, Kooskia, Glenwood-Caribel and Kamiah will be participating, as well as area hospitals and fire departments.

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VFW sausage breakfast a big hit

By Carolynn Doughty4-16-15-vfw-breakfast

     The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Lyons-Dahl Post #5407 of Kamiah couldn’t have asked for a better turnout to their annual breakfast fundraiser on Sunday. With an exceptional turnout by friends from the Clearwater Valley communities and neighboring areas, the breakfast was a total sell-out. 

The breakfast line readies food for a hungry community during the annual breakfast fundrasier for the Ladies Auxiliary. Sheryl White/Progress

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