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News For The Week of July 2, 2015
Cause of fire remains a mystery Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

Stites residents rally to put out restaurant fire7-2-15-stites-fire-2

     Stites residents are still shocked and saddened by last Friday night’s fire at the South Fork Café. Investigations are ongoing into the cause of the blaze that completely destroyed the two story building valued at more than $500,000.

     As many as 50 volunteers arrived to help, using their personal water hoses to extinguish the roaring flames.

Charred remains are all that stand of the South Fork Café in Stites. The fire is out but the mystery of how it started is still being investigated. Janene Engle/Progress

4th of July celebrations put on hold Print E-mail

Kamiah, Kooskia ban fireworks till further notice

     Due to extreme fire danger, the cities of Kamiah and Kooskia have banned the use of all fireworks within city limits until further notice.

     The prohibition went into effect on July 1 and June 29, respectively, after city officials held special council meetings to discuss implementing a temporary emergency ordinance.

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A baaaaaaaad ride Print E-mail
7-2-15-sheep-rider-img_7787This young feller hangs on for dear life as his mount attempts to ‘fleece’ the backseat driver. The action took place during the mutton busting portion of the Clearwater Valley Roundup Association’s rodeo this past weekend at Kamiah. For more photos as well as parade and rodeo results, pick up this week's copy of The Clearwater Progress. To view more photos online, please click here. Janene Engle/Progress
Border Days Grand Marshals Print E-mail
Written by Lorie Palmer, Idaho County Free Press   

Agees have long-standing appointment with breakfast 7-2-15-vernon-and-kitty-age

     Eight miles out of Kooskia, a couple raised their five children on top of the world. At least that’s what the Agee view on top of Harris Ridge looks like.

     Vern and Kitty Agee have been chosen to serve as Border Days Grand Marshals for 2015.

Photo courtesy Idaho County Free Press

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