Idaho County 4-H held a trail clinic recently at the Kooskia Saddliers Arena. Participants had an obstacle course they competed as part of the day’s events. Pictured here is Adelyn Morgan, of White Bird, leading the way through the tarp tunnel.

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KAMIAH — The next Backyard Bounty meeting will be on Monday, July 19, at the Nazarene Church across from the Life Center. Potluck is at 5:30 and the meeting starts at 6. There will be a presentation on drip watering to help us get through this dry spell. Bring your own place settings. See yo…

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The Kamiah Chamber of Commerce and an inmate team from Idaho Department of Corrections (Idaho Correctional Institution - Orofino) worked the past week on a fresh coat of paint to make the Kamiah chamber office look fantastic! In a statement from the chamber, “Thank you for your hard work in …

If you have an interest in amateur radio you are welcome at our monthly meetings. The July meeting will feature photos and discussion of the Field Day results. We set up two complete radio stations powered by 12V batteries, which were charged by solar panels at the Fish Creek Pavilion south …

KAMIAH — Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC) and Youth Advisory Board (YAB) have a variety of upcoming events on tap.

KOOSKIA — The Kooskia Saddliers O-Mok-See for June 26 has been canceled and rescheduled to July 11, with a 3 p.m. sign-up and 4 p.m. start. There will be high point and reserve in each age group (five age groups). Cost is $15 for all events. Concession stands will be open.

CRAIGMONT — On June 16, Winchester Livestock 4H Club met at the Legion Hall in Craigmont. President Noah Watson was absent so Vice President Isaac Modrell presided over the meeting. We ate tacos and peanut butter cookies made by our members with cooking and baking projects. We also had demon…

KOOSKIA — The Kooskia Saddliers O-Mok-See for June 26 has been canceled and rescheduled to July 11, with a 3 p.m. sign-up and 4 p.m. start. There will be high point and reserve in each age group (five age groups). Cost is $15 for all events. Concession stands will be open.

KAMIAH — YAB, UYLC, and the Hub are starting a teen bowling league beginning July 1, and to be held every other Thursday at the Kamiah Bowling Alley (aka Tamarack Lanes). Teens can bowl for free. The bowling alley will open at 6 p.m. every other Thursday for teens to bowl. For information, c…

KOOSKIA — Tahoe Ridge QRU will sponsor a poker run Saturday, July 10, starting at 507 Red Fir Road in Kooskia, beginning at 9 a.m. Cost is $10 for the first hand and $5 for each additional hand, with prizes for the top hands. All proceeds will go to support the QRU. For questions call 208-935-8065.

Elk City Wilderness Post No. 8311 Auxiliary held its 2021-22 officer installation Thursday, June 17, at a regular meeting. As shown in the picture (L-R) are Carolyn Lovell, senior vice; Sharon McKee, trustee; Cheryl Sims, president; Nancy Smart, trustee; Heather Kestner, treasurer; and Marle…

KAMIAH — The next Backyard Bounty Meeting will be held on June 21 at the Nazarene Church across from the Life Center. Bring your success stories, challenges, extra seeds and plants for sharing, questions and ideas. Don’t forget to bring your own place setting if you’re planning to join the p…

The Kamiah Valley Historical Society met recently to begin putting together a 2021 season schedule to man the Kamiah Museum during the summer months. The season begins the first Wednesday after Memorial Day. We are looking forward to opening the museum to the public again.

Winchester Livestock 4H Club met on Friday, May 14, at Highland School to wash and clean the teachers’ cars. We had four stations, which were cleaning the exterior, vacuuming, cleaning the interior and washing windows/drying the cars. We cleaned a total of 11 cars in about 2-1/2 hours. At th…

Valley Garden Club would like to thank the local community for all their support in this year’s fund-raiser and annual plant sale. It was held Friday, May 21, at the Kooskia City Park pavilion. A bit cool for the weather, but the location was comfortable with a covering in case of rain, lots…

If you have an interest in amateur radio you are welcome at our monthly meetings. The June meeting will include final plans for Field Day. We will set up two complete radio stations powered by 12V batteries, which are charged by solar panels, at the Fish Creek Pavilion south of Grangeville. …

KAMIAH — Teenagers 12 to 18 are invited to show what makes them proud to call Kamiah home. UYLC invites teenagers —anyone 12 to 18 years old, from Kamiah and Kooskia areas— to take photographs that depict something that brings them hometown pride and, in a short artist’s statement, tell why.

KOOSKIA — Everyone is welcome to participate in the Kooskia Saddliers obstacle and trail challenge on Saturday, May 22. Riders may enter multiple times on different horses by paying per horse. No horse may compete against itself and judges’ decisions are final. Juniors and Novices can move u…

KOOSKIA — The Valley Garden Club is presenting its annual plant/bake sale on Friday, May 21, Kooskia City Park, beginning at 8 a.m. Plants usually include vegetable and flower starts, raspberry canes, young strawberry plants, rhubarb, sweet potato starts, herbs, perennial flowers, possibly s…

If you have an interest in amateur radio you are welcome at our monthly meetings. At the April meeting, Doug Ulmer, Idaho County Sheriff, talked to the club about the need for additional communications. Reggie Crow, club vice-president, will lead a committee to work with Sheriff Ulmer to det…

Valley Cats ATV/Snowmobile Club is looking for volunteers to help clean off road trails and other repairs in our forests. The club spends many hours each year doing various jobs in the forest such as clear brush, trees and rock from trails, repair and maintain warming shelters and clean camp…

The Kamiah-Woodland 4-H Club held its fourth meeting April 12, at the Presbyterian Church. They handed out project and record books to new members. Several members gave their project demonstrations.