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News For The Week of June 25, 2015
“You gotta think out of the box.” Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

Math teacher is a shining star 6-25-15-kelsy-colwell-award

     It’s always nice to see special people in the community get recognized for all of their incredible efforts and Kelsy Colwell is certainly worthy of such an accolade.

     Last week the Idaho Digital Learning Academy (IDLA) presented her with the “Blended Star” Learning award, one of six given out in the state of Idaho this summer. This award is presented to outstanding and nominative blended teachers in the state of Idaho.

Kelsy Colwell holds the much deserved “Blended Star” Award from IDLA, presented to her last week at a conference in Moscow. Contributed photo

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'Biggest Little Rodeo' has arrived Print E-mail

CVRA to host 52nd annual event this weekend

     The 52nd annual Kamiah rodeo celebration is all set to go on June 27-28 at the Clearwater Valley Roundup Association (CVRA) rodeo grounds on Hill Street. Saturday events start with the all-you-can-eat Cowboy Breakfast at the rodeo grounds clubhouse from 7-10 a.m. The Spurs & Spokes Parade will begin at 2 p.m. in downtown Kamiah.

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West takes on county emergencies Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

A little county with big responsibilities6-25-15-bob-west-1660

     If Lewis County faces an emergency, it will be Bob West’s job to sort it out.

     West, 67, of Kamiah was hired in May to be the county’s emergency management coordinator after current coordinator Dave Hasz left after 10 years.

Bob West is settling into his new job as the Lewis County Emergency Management coordinator. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

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Campfire chars river island

     An untended campfire is believed to be the cause of a fire on an island in the Clearwater River near Kamiah this past weekend.

     On Saturday afternoon the Kamiah Fire Department and Idaho Department of Lands responded to a fire on a timber and brush covered river island. The blaze burned about an eighth of an acre according to Fire Chief Dan Musgrave. Firefighters spent about two-and-a-half hours mopping it up.

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

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