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News For The Week of February 16, 2017
4-Hers watch President’s address live Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

Trip to D.C. teaches teens about executive branch2-16-17-citizen-washington-

     What better way to learn about our nation’s executive branch than to experience an immersion trip to Washington, D.C. during a Presidential Inauguration?

     For a group of local teenagers involved in an Idaho County 4-H program, spending a few days at the nation’s Capital was an eye-opener.

Teens visit the Newseum at Washington, D.C. L-R: Brandon Costa, Virginia Monk, Amie Greenfield, Doug Wilson, Austen Thomason, Lydia McRoberts, Cody Bloodsworth, Kaycee Costa, Lynnsey Wilson, Connor Jensen, and Gabe Forsman. Contributed by Leigh Davis

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Getting to know Olds Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

Olds settles in to new routine


     In the month since Lewis County Magistrate Judge Victoria Olds took office, she has busied herself with a multitude of tasks including setting up her office at the courthouse in Nezperce.

     One would anticipate the plethora of law books and other such “judgelike” materials, but what you don’t expect is the impressive collection of animal heads adorning her walls, including a huge wildebeest.

Seemingly undaunted by her many new tasks, Lewis County Magistrate Judge Victoria Olds credits the courthouse staff for a smooth transition. Janene Engle/Progress

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Gracious gift Print E-mail
2-16-17-kamiah-kiwanis-clubKamiah Kiwanis Club members DawnMarieJohnson, left, and Bob West, right, met with the Lewis County Commissioners Monday, Feb. 13 to present a donation to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office Cold Water Rescue Fund in the amount of $2,837.13. Sheriff Jason Davis, center, accepted the donation. The Kamiah Kiwanis Club received donations in memory of two special individuals from the Kamiah area, Dave Kries and Roger Ward. The two men died in an ice fishing accident at Winchester Lake on Feb. 6, 2015. Both men were well known and fondly remembered by the Lewis County community. Lewis County Commission Chairman Greg Johnson would like to thank the community for their support. Contributed photo
Long awaited repairs to begin Print E-mail

East Kooskia Bridge work to commence Feb. 20

     Work on the 82-year-old East Kooskia Bridge is expected to begin Feb. 20 and finish by early March, if weather allows. The current bridge condition allows only for lightweight passenger vehicles. This work will restore structural integrity so the bridge can handle heavier loads.

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

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