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News For The Week of September 18, 2014
Kamiah City Council Print E-mail

City alarmed over rise in drug activity

Sheriff says major drug players have moved into town, 25 drug houses exist in Kamiah

     Increased thefts, violent fights, and reports of zombie looking people walking the streets are just a few signs that a growing drug culture is taking hold at Kamiah.

     The Kamiah City Council took comments from s9-18-14-l-water-intake-0808everal citizens who lamented over the rise in criminal activity and loss of peacefulness around their businesses and homes during a regular meeting Sept. 10.wing drug culture is taking
 hold at Kamiah.

Work has commenced on the water intake project for the City of Kamiah. Workers were observed last week placing sand bags around the city's intake system located in the Clearwater River upstream from the Kamiah Bridge. Due to the construction on the riverbank at the new water plant, the Nature Trail at Kamiah Riverfront Park will be closed until further notice. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

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School District recognizes "Famers" Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

Kamiah honors its Hall of Famers

     Each year the Kamiah School District gives some very special people in our community the honor of being inducted into the "H9-18-14--hall-of-famers-706all of Fame." This year four wonderful recipients accepted that award.

     Due to some health related issues, Ione Lockart was unable to accept the award in person so her son Rick accepted it on her behalf.

This year's Hall of Fame inductees were awarded their plaques at the first Kubs' game of the season. Left to right: Al Wheeler accepting the plaque on behalf of his mother Delores Lookingglass Wheeler, Donald and Tina Beckman, Don Simmons, and Richard Lockart accepting it on behalf of his mother, Ione Lockart. Janene Engle/Progress

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Oatman sentenced for assault Print E-mail

Kamiah man sentenced for assaulting deputy

     Paul Lee Oatman, 33, of Kamiah, was sentenced to 36 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release for assault resulting in serious bodily injury, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson announced. U.S. District Judge Edward J. Lodge also ordered Oatman to pay $25,719 in restitution and serve 100 hours of community service. He was found guilty by a jury on June 26.

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Speranza has need for speed Print E-mail

Racer collects new speed records


     Randy Speranza of Clearwater chased down another speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats during the World of Speed competition earlier this month.

     Hosted by the Utah Salt Flat Racing Association, the event attracted speed enthusiasts from around the country, some who just want to see how fast their wheels can go and others, like Speranza, who want records.

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