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News For The Week of February 11, 2016
Water supply outlook Print E-mail

January a dry month for Clearwater Basin

     January was drier than normal across the Clearwater Basin, with the basin as a whole receiving 85% of average precipitation.

     A strong north-south divide was evident with the NF Clearwater receiving 93% of average January precipitation, while the Lochsa and Selway received just 61% and 64%, respectively.

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Happy winner Print E-mail
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Saundra McPherson, left, of Kamiah's H&R Block presents a $1,000 check to Heather Buxton, right, of Kooskia. Buxton was randomly selected to win the money as part of a $32 million H&R Block promotion that gives $1,000 to 1,000 lucky winners each day. Buxton said she plans to use her money to pay bills. She said it’s the luckiest thing that has happened to her. When she was notified of winning she thought at first it was a scam. McPherson said it’s the first time she can recall any local people winning a prize since she has worked for the franchise since 1990. She noted that the office is ranked as one of the top 100 franchises in the country. The ranking is based on client feedback. Ben Jorgensen/Progress

 
Fish and Game news Print E-mail

Smaller chinook run expected

By Roger Phillips

 Idaho Fish and Game public information specialist

     Fishing for spring and summer chinook will probably happen in the same places as last year if pre-season forecasts are correct, but the run size is expected to be smaller than last year, and anglers could see shorter seasons and/or lower bag limits.

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Riding in style Print E-mail

Four new rides for Lewis County Sheriff’s Office

     The Lewis County Sheriff's Office took delivery of four brand new 2016 Ford Police Interceptor SUV's this past week.  The vehicles consist of two white ones and two black ones which is a new look for the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.2-11-16-new-vehicles-for-sh

     “When I was shopping for vehicles we found two white and two black Ford Police Interceptors sitting on a dealers lot in Oregon and rather than ordering directly from the Ford factory and waiting up to thirteen weeks for the vehicles to come off the assembly line I opted to go with these ones,” said Lewis County Sheriff Brian Brokop.

Lewis County Sheriff Brian Brokop proudly shows off two of the four new vehicles purchased recently that will replace older cars on the fleet. Contributed photo

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

Looking for a Community Property Agreement Form? Click here to download a legal size pdf form or visit our Contacts and Rates Page.

 
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