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News For The Week of March 19, 2015
Kamiah School District sets May levy Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

Citizens, board reach consensus on upcoming levy

     A small group of concerned local citizens gathered at the Kamiah School Board meeting on Tuesday night to express their objections to a proposed $695,000 levy.3-26-15-levy-meeting

     The board members had the daunting task of explaining to the public why the levy was needed and where the funds would be distributed. According to the proposed budget for the 2015-16 school year, there would be an approximate $695,000 deficit, which would be more than last year’s levy amount of $650,000.  

A small group of school patrons express their concerns to the Kamiah School Board (background) about a proposed levy. After taking input, the board agreed to slash the $695,000 levy by about half. The levy election will be held May 15. Janene Engle/Progress

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Fundraiser benefits Kamiah Education Foundation Print E-mail

Fans, players get a kick out of donkey ball

     A nearly packed gymnasium cheered, laughed, and reveled at last week’s sporting contest in Kamiah featuring teams of donkeys and their brave riders.3-26-15-donkey-basketball-g

     Four teams of players and their four-legged transports hit the hardwood for a good cause. The game’s big winner was clearly the event’s sponsor, the Kamiah Education Foundation, which netted about $1,400 through ticket sales, concessions, a 50/50 raffle and Kodak moment—kiss the donkey, won by Kamiah High School Principal Roberts. 

Chelsea Robinson struggles with her teammate during a hilarious game of donkey basketball at Kamiah Middle School last week. Contributed by Donald Frazier

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Trail postponed for competency exam Print E-mail

Kooskia man's murder trial postponed

     The murder trial for Jason Godwin of Kooskia has been postponed.

     Godwin, 48, was scheduled for a jury trial on Monday for the June 9 shooting death of Kyle A. Anderson at Kooskia.

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Club enjoying new home Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

New digs for Kamiah Gun Club

     3-26-15-gun-club-3The Kamiah Gun Club is proud to announce the nearly completed facility that has been under construction the last couple of months, located at 1777 Laguna Drive. They have been functioning at this address for about 3 years after a move from their previous location over by Riverfront Park in Kamiah.

The new home of the Kamiah Gun Club is nearing completion thanks to numerous local contributions and the workmanship of club members. Janene Engle/Progress

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

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