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The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at the Pizza Factory in Kamiah. This will be our annual Christmas celebration. Anyone with an interest in radio is welcome.

The Harpster Store & RV Park sports a new paint job and a new sign. The property is for sale again.

The walls take shape as construction continues on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest Kamiah Supervisors office. It is located between the cemetery along Highway 64 and behind the existing Forest Service office along U.S. Hghway 12. Quality Contractors, LLC of Deary, Idaho is the contra…

KAMIAH — Due to COVID and the cancellation of Olde-Fashioned Christmas, the event of the season has been reinvented. The holiday sparkle will be brought to the community in a whole new way. Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC) and the Kamiah Teen Center announce the 2020 Festival of Trees…

KAMIAH —This Friday, Dec. 4, the Kamiah Museum staff will be selling soups, hot dogs, cocoa and cookies, and will offer free coffee, in the Welcome Center prior the Kamiah Lighted Parade and ceremony at 6 p.m. They will also have a table with a few craft items, baked goods and all their prin…

KAMIAH — The 2020 Kamiah Merchants Christmas Lighting Contest, open to all businesses within city limits, is on. Judging will be today, Dec. 3, and cash prizes are available for first through fifth places. The Kamiah Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring this event. Upload photos to business Fac…

KAMIAH — The annual Kamiah Lighted Christmas parade is set for Friday Dec. 4, 6 p.m. This year’s theme is, “Don’t be a Grinch ... Build a Float!” Three cash prizes will be awarded. Lineup is 5:30 p.m., at the Kamiah High School football field. Winners will be announced during the parade. Thi…

Bidding closes Friday, Dec. 4, for this year’s Teen Center Festival of the Trees, which began Nov. 20. This year’s popular fund-raiser moved from an indoor event to a window-shopping event on the sidewalks of Kamiah with online bidding. Local artists with business sponsors decorated trees, w…

KOOSKIA — In a classroom festooned with flags of the world, Clearwater Valley Elementary School (CVES) teacher Joe Tosten’s class motto is “get serious.” His third graders encourage each other to focus on school work when they see other students are goofing around in class. Tosten explains t…

After several months of extensive remodeling, the Wash House laundromat re-opened on Main Street, Kamiah, across from City Hall. Bright white walls, new windows, flooring and new machines await customers. People are excited to see the bright, open new space.

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KAMIAH — Professional, respectful, integrity, duty and empathy. Those five words serve as the header for the whiteboard in the Kamiah Fire/EMS meeting room. Chief Bill Arsenault, who began his new role on Nov. 2, as Kamiah’s Fire/EMS chief reminds staff and volunteers to keep those words in mind.

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GRANGEVILLE — Tax time during the days of COVID-19: Payments come due next month, and the Idaho County Treasurer’s Office is ensuring residents have options and extended access to make this as convenient and safe as possible.

GRANGEVILLE — Heading to the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office for non-emergency business? Staff asks the public, before they make a trip to the Idaho County Courthouse, to call ahead to ensure personnel will be available or the office will be open. According to Capt. Jim Gorges, recent COVID-19…

LAPWAI — Due to the resignation of vice chairman, Chantel Greene, the Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee (NPTEC) will be seeking letters of interest to fill the vacant seat. The individual selected will begin immediately and serve the remainder of Greene’s term. The seat will be up for ele…

KAMIAH — Due to COVID and the cancellation of Olde-Fashioned Christmas, the event of the season has been reinvented. The holiday sparkle will be brought to the community in a whole new way. Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC) and the Kamiah Teen Center announce the 2020 Festival of Trees…

The Deyo Dam (constructed in 2011) created the 55-acre Deyo Reservoir. It was designed with family-friendly fishing in mind with two large peninsulas. A well-maintained trail circles the pond providing easy access. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game stocks with rainbow trout according to …

We held our Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Elections. Continuing their tenure in office are Kelly Lineberry, Jason Davis, Peggy Flerchinger and Sandra Russo, who will all return for another two-year term. Carrie Wiley will fulfill the second half of her two-year term, and new to the b…

Guests/Presenters: Skip Brandt-Courthouse COVID Protocol.

KOOSKIA — The Greater Kooskia Chamber of Commerce is setting a Christmas decorating contest with a deadline of Nov. 28.

KAMIAH — The annual Kamiah Lighted Christmas parade is set for Friday Dec. 4, 6 p.m. This year’s theme is, “Don’t be a Grinch ... Build a Float!” Three cash prizes will be awarded. Line up is 5:30 p.m., at the Kamiah High School football field. Winners will be announced during the parade. Th…

KAMIAH — The 2020 Kamiah Merchants Christmas Lighting Contest, open to all businesses within city limits, is on. Judging will be Dec. 3, and cash prizes are available for first through fifth places. The Kamiah Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring this event. Upload photos to business Facebook p…

Woodland Grade School, fall 1945: Pictured are (front row L-R) Jackie Foley, Wayne Johnson, Martha Lacey, Ray Bacon, Virgil Pfefferkorn and Audrey Finney; (back row) teacher Mrs. Isabelle Foley, Allen Finney, Donnie Simler, Mickie Foley and Dorothy Lacey. Prior to the fall of 1943, the Woodl…

KOOSKIA – “Our staff needs some time to collaborate and work on COVID impacts, training to be digitally prepared,” Mountain View School District (MVSD) 244 Superintendent Todd Fiske told the board at the Nov. 16 meeting at Clearwater Valley High School.

KOOSKIA — The City of Kooskia recently purchased an ultraviolet-C light disinfection system using CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security) Act money, according to Sean Nelson, assistant supervisor for the Kooskia ambulance.