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News For The Week of September 11, 2014
Annual Fly-In a success Print E-mail

Fly-In draws more than just planes

     On a perfect fall day, 12-year-old Jason Tat9-11-14--cvac-flyin-27u spoke for many Young Eagles after returning from his flight, "I hung on to the seat as hard as I could." His older sister, Jasmine, smiled and quietly said, "Just amazing!"

     The two were among many who enjoyed the annual Fly-In hosted by the Clearwater Valley Aero Club at the Kamiah Airport on Sept. 6. A bald eagle also made an appearance, which was fitting considering the name of the event as well as the name of the youth program that offers free flights to children—Young Eagles.

Ken Kuther of Kuther Air Service in Nezperce transfixed the crowd with his arrival in the Super Ag Cat with its deafening Garrett dash one turbine. Ken doesn't stray far from home unless he's packing a payload, due to the 40 gallon per hour consumption of jet fuel in his spray plane. Photo by Volkhard Graf 

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Comprehensive plan revision Print E-mail

FS seeks input on Nez Perce National Historic Trail

     In September and October, the U.S. Forest Service will host a number of public meetings regarding a revision of the comprehensive plan for the Nez Perce National Historic Trail.

     These meetings will focus on obtaining specific input and comments on Proposed Objectives, Practices and Program Guidelines that will result in a revision of the Comprehensive Plan (CP) for the NPNHT.

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Glenwood Road collision sends one to hospital Print E-mail

Kooskia man injured in three-truck collision

     A Kooskia man was seriously injured when the truck he was riding in collided with a parked grain truck on Glenwood Road above Kamiah on Aug. 29.

     John Bernard, 55, of Kamiah and his son Joshua Bernard, 25, of Kooskia were returning home from a day of cutting firewood. John Bernard was driving his mother's 1989 GMC pickup westbound at about 6:40 p.m. when he crashed into the back end of a grain truck near the intersection of Glenwood Road and Kidder Ridge Road.

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Happy birthday Print E-mail

Masoner celebrates 102nd birthday

     Ruth Masoner was born in the little town of Hydro, Okla. on Sept. 9, 1912. As the9-11-14-ruth-masoner-102 third daughter in a large family of six children, she was not a stranger to rough times. (There was a seventh child, a boy, who passed away right after he was born.)

     When she was about five years old, a younger brother was born to the family and Ruth was just certain that her father liked him best so she ran away. "She made it to the neighbor's house and they kept her for a while," her daughter Jeanie recalls.

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

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