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Prison time pending for meth dealer

Prison time is pending for a Grangeville methamphetamine dealer, who as a result of his conviction was placed on a 365-day retained jurisdiction rider with the Idaho Department of Correction.

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IDFG volunteer, teens injured in SH 14 crash

Inattentive driving was cited as a factor in last week’s rollover pickup accident on State Highway 14 that injured a man and two teens en route to an Idaho Department of Fish and Game youth salmon camp at Elk City.

Appointee pending following Lorentz resignation

Appointment of a new Grangeville city councilor is pending, following last week’s resignation announcement by Brian Lorentz.

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Driver injured in rollover crash at Cottonwood

Also: U.S. 12 scene of several crashes

Inattentive driving was cited as a factor in last Thursday’s semi-truck rollover accident that resulted in minor injuries for the driver.

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"It Went Quick": Fire destroys pellet production facility at Grangeville

Sawdust continues to smolder at Rocky Canyon Pellet Company following a Monday evening fire that destroyed its main production facility and damaged adjacently stored product. Owner Lot Smith initially estimates a half-million dollars in damages as a result, hitting the wood pellet fuel manufacturing facility at the worst possible moment, he said: the start of their season.

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Songs Of Faith

Eagle Song, a group of Northwest Nazarene University alumni, performed songs as part of the entertainment at Sunday’s Raspberry Festival, an annual fund-raiser for the Historical Museum at the Monastery of St. Gertrude near Cottonwood.

Riggins, White Bird, Stites: Aug. 11 public hearings on FY15 city budgets

Summer remains in full swing, but area city governments have fall on their minds as they craft operating budgets for fiscal year 2015.

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Thursday NICI open house to mark 40th anniversary

State men’s minimum security facility opened in 1974

It’s been the second chance for Idaho’s convicted felons for four decades.

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Monday evening fire destroys pellet production facility

Cause is undetermined at this point for a Monday evening fire that destroyed a pellet production building at Rocky Mountain Pellet Company just outside Grangeville.

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Mendenhall takes deal, pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter charge

Charged in last fall’s murder of a fellow Elk City resident, Tara R. Mendenhall on Monday pleaded guilty to an amended felony of voluntary manslaughter.

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