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Idaho County Commission candidate Joe Cladouhos introduced himself to city leaders during a brief Kamiah City Council meeting July 22. Cladouhos is running for the vacant District 2 seat. Cladouhos’ campaign focuses on two issues: EMS services and solid waste disposal. “I think I can help with my background in administration,” said Cladouhos. “I’ve read […]

It was business as usual at the Kamiah City Council meeting last week except for one detail—the entire council and city attorney connected to the meeting via telephone. In an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19, only the Kamiah Mayor, city clerk, and a videographer were allowed in City Hall. Heater conducted the meeting […]

The unanticipated cost of replacing concrete at Riverfront Park in Kamiah ignited some spirited debate during city council proceedings last week. Dogs running at large also returned for an encore. Councilor Dan Millward felt a $4,000 quote was a bit steep to repair a small section of concrete at the former barbecue pit area at […]

Kooskia residents continued to put their trust in longtime city leader and retired teacher Don Coffman on Nov. 5, giving him the job of mayor by a wide margin in a three-person race. All election results are unofficial. Coffman, who has served as city councilor for many years, received 134 votes or 62.3%. Kristy Stamper […]

The following is a letter by Kamiah Mayor Betty Heater in response to the announcement that Fire Chief Dan Musgrave and the majority of his command crew were stepping down at the beginning of October.