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Written by Angela Broncheau   


     Congratulations to the Lapwai Lady Wildcats for winning the State Basketball Championship! Whoa, you rock “Cats”!  Now on to the Boy’s District tournament at the Lewis-Clark State College Activity Center. Good luck to the Kamiah Kubs and CV Rams!

     The “Meet & Greet” NPTEC (Nez Perce Tribe Executive Committee) Primary Candidate forums will be Thursday, March 5, at the Pi-nee-waus building in Lapwai; Thursday, March 12, at the Teweepuu Center in Orofino and March 26 at the Wa-a’yas building in Kamiah. All forums will begin with potluck at 5:30 p.m. All NPTEC candidates are encouraged to attend. Donations of food, beverages, and table service will be appreciated. All tribal members are welcome to attend! For more information contact Forum Moderator Dallon Wheeler Sr. at 935-5788. Friendly reminder, Primary Election Day is Saturday, April 4!

     Kamiah NMPH Well Child Immunization Round-up was very successful last Thursday! Kamiah NMPH will have Well Child Clinic every THIRD Thursday of the month. If parents have questions regarding their child (children’s) immunizations status, contact Brandi Keen, clinic nurse, at 935-0733 or Susie Ellenwood, Lapwai Maternal Child Health Program, at (208) 843-9375 ext. 2919.  Friendly reminder for parents, please bring your child’s immunization record to Kamiah NMPH if your child has received immunizations elsewhere. The next Well Child Clinic will be Thursday, March 19. The Nimiipuu Health WIC/Nutrition program will be at the Kamiah NMPH Clinic this Thursday, Feb. 26. Julie Keller, registered dietician, will provide nutrition counseling for patients and their families.

     Anniversary blessings to Jim and Teresa Oatman, Bill and Lori Picard, and Roger and Carolyn Amerman!

     Birthday blessings to Martha Rose Oatman, Camryn Melzo, William Riley, Sebastian Nunez, Solo Wheeler, Randy Avart, Peggy Moffett, Cato Acey Valandra, Yvonne (Bon) Oberly, Sean Garrison, and to my dear baby sister Della (Stormy) Wheeler!

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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