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Bowers arrested for aggravated assault

     A Kamiah man was arrested on Saturday on a felony aggravated assault charge after an alleged altercation with his teenage son.

     The Idaho County Sheriff’s Department responded to alleged threats against a juvenile with a deadly weapon at David Bowers’ residence at approximately midnight on Jan. 30.

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KMO investigating assault, knifing

     The Kamiah Marshal’s Office is investigating an altercation that led to one man being transported to the hospital after being slashed with a knife.

     According to the KMO, three subjects were involved in a Jan. 26 incident that allegedly occurred just after midnight. Deputy Mark Pagliaro was contacted by one of the male subjects, indicating he was attacked by another male and female, and subsequently cut the male with his pocketknife due to fearing for his life.

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Icy conditions cause multiple wrecks across region

     The Idaho County Sheriff’s Department responded to multiple vehicle wrecks over the weekend due to icy road conditions.

     A 2007 Ford pickup rolled on Highway 95 resulting in unspecified injuries to the driver. He was transported to St. Mary’s Hospital.

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Month-long detour planned Print E-mail

Tommy Taha to be temporarily closed for timber sale

     A section of the Tommy Taha Road at Kamiah will be closed for timber salvage operations.

     The road will be closed to the public between John Solberg’s and Shenandoah from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Friday for up to a month.

     Idaho County Road Supervisor Gene Meinen said the closure could go into effect as early as Feb 8 or as late as Feb. 15.

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Learn to fix your finances at Kamiah class Print E-mail

Financial education class to be offered

     Eric and Erica Yarbrough will be facilitating a 10-week class on budgeting and finances using a system created by Dave Ramsey. The class will be held at the Kamiah Bible Church beginning Tuesday, Feb. 16 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. with an introduction to the material and then every Tuesday at the same time for another nine weeks.

     The Yarbroughs have facilitated this class a few times since they completed it about five years ago. Although they are not compensated financially for teaching it to others, they both feel it is rewarding to help others learn ways to become more financially structured and secure.

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Free lunch offered Print E-mail

Community Soup Canteen features V-Day theme

     The Community Soup Canteen is going to feature a Valentine’s theme this month on Feb. 11.

     Faith Lutheran Church will be serving tomato soup, grilled cheese sandwiches and cookies for dessert. Coffee and lemonade will also be served. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church located at 7th and Hill streets in Kamiah.

     The guest speaker will be Jackie Westbrook who is working with the Idaho Health Dept. on a “Fit and Fallproof” program. Westbrook will be starting a class in February and will give information on it.  It sounds very interesting and helpful especially for older citizens. Judy Borgelt will provide music. Organizers hope you will join them and the facility is handicap accessible.


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