A Lucile woman received injuries in a single-vehicle rollover crash north of Riggins last Friday.
Jackson seeks $3.5M in tort
A Kamiah wrecking company owner is seeking $3.5 million in damages as part of a tort claim filed last week against the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office (ICSO).
Reconstruction work at the Idaho County Airport will be completed this year, due to timely award of a Federal Aviation Administration grant. Notice to proceed for Valley Paving of Cottonwood is for mid-July on the $1,498,485 taxiway project, according to airport manager Mike Cook. This will be conducted alongside the $4.020 million runway reconstruction project that began June 6.
A mother and four children were treated for injuries suffered in a two-car collision Sunday evening that resulted in a felony eluding charge against an Orofino man alleged to have caused the crash.
Enjoy festivals? Volunteers drive events; say thanks, step up, serve Enjoy community events and festivals? You’ve got your pick, starting this weekend with White Bird Days and Rodeo, and the CVRA rodeo. Should be lots of fun. And volunteers are running the whole show at these events, by the way.
Electrical issue suspected cause
An electrical problem is suspected to have caused last Friday’s fire that destroyed the Peggy Sprute residence just outside Cottonwood. No injuries were reported from the June 10 incident at 120 Reservoir Road. The two-story house and its contents were reported a total loss.
Richard “Rick” Joe Henry, 52, received burns and a laceration resulting from the Tuesday, June 7, fire, according to Cocoa Anderson, secretary-treasurer, Elk City Volunteer Fire Department (ECVFD). Henry is undergoing treatment at Harborview Medical Center where as of press time he was listed in satisfactory condition.
This young participant tries out his flintnapping skills under the guidance of a skilled craftsman at last Saturday’s Youthfest 2016 event, June 11, at Kamiah’s Riverfront Park. The event this year featured activities and games, free food, and safety demonstratons by fire department and ambulance personnel. This annual event is sponsored by a host of community organizations and individuals led by Kamiah Community Partners Coalition (KCPC).
No injuries reported; Reservoir Road home reported total loss
No injuries were reported at the scene of a two-story structure fire reported at noon on Friday, June 10, at 120 Reservoir Road in Cottonwood.
Sheriff states action not politically motivated
Results are tentative to return this week on an internal investigation concerning an Idaho County Sheriff’s deputy recently placed on administrative leave.