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December water supply outlook Print E-mail

Water supplies look promising

     As of Jan. 1, water supplies are looking promising across the state based on the past and current hydro-climate indicators which include fall precipitation, fall streamflow, reservoir storage, and current snowpack.


There's been plenty of snow to keep everyone busy this winter, which means good news for the water supply. This snowplow was seen hard at work recently near Winchester. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

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A look at winter Print E-mail
KVFD responds to fire Print E-mail

No injuries in Kamiah chimney fire

     The Kamiah Volunteer Fire Department and Ambulance crew responded to a chimney fire at a residence on Lookingglass Lane in Kamiah on Friday, Jan. 13 at approximately 3:30 p.m.

     No one was injured but the structure sustained an estimated $5,000 in damage according to Kamiah Fire Chief Dan Musgrave. “It took about an hour to put it out,” said Musgrave. The family was able to stay in their home.

Slippery when snowy Print E-mail

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a semi that slid off the road on Tuesday night, Jan. 10 at 8:44 p.m. The accident occurred on Highway 95 between Craigmont and Winchester. The semi was not removed until Thursday, Jan. 12. The Idaho State Police handled the incident, and no other information was provided. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

Police news Print E-mail

Moore charged with domestic battery

     On Jan. 15 at approximately 11 p.m., Idaho County Sergeant Jeff Troumbley responded to 4927 Highway 12 for a domestic dispute between Michael Moore and Rachell Songy.

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Domestic dispute results in misdemeanor battery charge

     According to a report filed by arresting officer Idaho County Deputy Sam AuGello on Jan. 10, Justin Ellenberg was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery for allegedly striking Alysha M. Cornelius who stated she was in a relationship with Ellenberg.

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Kooskia man arrested for burglarizing vehicles

     When John Bonato and his girlfriend Barbara Bareilles of Kooskia heard a noise outside their home at 4927 Highway on the evening of Jan. 14, Bareilles suggested that Bonato go outside and lock their vehicle. An incident involving Bonato’s Subaru Forester about a week prior in which some change was stolen from the ashtray suggested there may be a problem with theft in the area.

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