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Written by Angela Broncheau   


     Kamiah NMPH Clinic has significant damage due to a frozen water line burst, causing flooding throughout the clinic/dental area and was closed on Monday, Jan. 9. NMPH patients and vendors are requested to please use caution when entering the main clinic lobby. Announcements will made when the demolition and reconstruction of the clinic begin, so patients will be aware of changes in clinic hours.

     Lapwai and Kamiah NMPH Clinics will be closed Monday, Jan. 16 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day; regular office hours will resume Tuesday, Jan. 17.

     Kamiah School District, Education Foundation Meeting has been rescheduled to Monday, Feb. 13, at 5:30 p.m. at the KHS Library. All concerned community members and KHS Alumni are encouraged to attend! Our goals are many, but we need input and support to help our students at the Kamiah Schools. Please mark your calendars!

     Soup Supper will be Jan. 24 at 5–7 p.m. at Nikesa Hall, First Indian Presbyterian Church. Everyone is welcome to attend.

     Belated birthday blessings to Brother Al Wheeler and my dear BFF Pamela Crowell. Birthday blessings to Maria Vasquez; Brenda Axtell; Brandon McHone; Elsie Ann Cree and Delsey Arthur!

     Happy New Year 2017 to all!

Yox Kalo (That’s all)

Wolf Problems? Print E-mail

The following list of numbers is offered for anyone who experiences problems with wolves. 


Suspected Livestock Predation

Call USDA Wildlife Services, 1-866-487-3297 or contact Justin Mann, local Wildlife Specialist at 208-869-3297. Personnel will be dispatched to investigate.


Frequent Wolf Sightings

Contact the Nez Perce Tribe, Curt Mack at 208-634-1060. They will gather and record information, then provide advice.


Report Sighting of a Wolf

Go to Idaho Dept. of Fish & Game website to fill out a wolf report form: http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/cms/wildlife/wolves/


Health and Human Safety Concerns

A wolf may be killed if life and human safety is at risk. Contact Idaho Fish & Game at 208-799-5010 or call Nez Perce Tribe at 208-634-1061 or 911 Sheriff dispatch. All wolf kills will be investigated.


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