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News For The Week of March 5, 2015
Fate of levy to be decided March 10 Print E-mail

Mtn. View seeks $2.6 million supplemental levy

     The Mountain View School District is seeking the exact same levy amount as last year in an effort to retain the same level of educational offerings as 2014.

     Although costs have increased, Superintendent Kent Stokes said the district is working hard to operate as efficiently as possible, such as using the Idaho Education Network to provide online classes for students.

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Gracious donation Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

House donated for EMTs, firefighters

     In the eyes of longtime Kamiah Firefighter Don Simmons, the donation of a house for the use of firefighters and EMTs is all about a great community taking care of its own.3-5-15--don-s-and-dan-m-864

     Simmons spearheaded efforts to purchase a home across the street from the Kamiah Emergency Services Building late last year. His plan all along was to donate the property, located at 6th and Main, to the city for the use of EMTs and/or firefighters who are on call.

Don Simmons (left) and Kamiah Fire Chief Dan Musgrave stand in front of a house that was purchased and donated to the Kamiah Fire Department. Ben Jorgensen/Progress 

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Kamiah City Council Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

Kamiah looking for SRO grant

     City councilors approved a paving project on Idaho Street and a grant application that if funded, would supply the community with an SRO officer.

     The action took place during a regular city council meeting Feb. 25.

     The meeting opened with a complaint from Henry Bailey who expressed frustration over the city not informing him of its intention to increase sewer rates by five percent. He also opined that city hall had no accountability whatsoever.

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Local hospitals honored Print E-mail

Psychiatric care earns national award for SMH/CVH

     Clearwater Valley and St. Mary’s hospitals and clinics have been chosen from hundreds of programs nationwide to honor their creative efforts to improve health. They are the national winne3-5-15-smh-awards-photors of the 23rd annual Monroe E. Trout Premier Cares Award. The award recognizes the hospitals’ programs to provide mental health services to a remote population of at-risk patients. The two hospitals received a total of $100,000.

Clearwater Valley and St. Mary’s hospitals and clinics receive the national Premier Cares award for their telepsychiatry program. L-R: Alan Yordy, board member for Premier; Dan Davis, hospital board chairman for Clearwater Valley and St. Mary’s hospitals; Lennie Bonner, chief administrative officer for Clearwater Valley Hospital; Dr. Kelly McGrath, chief medical officer for Clearwater Valley Hospital; and Susan DeVore, CEO for Premier. Contributed photo

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

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