Skywatchers took in the celestial show Sunday evening, Sept. 27, with the first “supermoon” total lunar eclipse in more than three decades.
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Event on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 6-8 p.m., Kooskia Fire Station
The meeting will begin with an approximate 15-minute presentation and question and answer session, followed by informal time for participants to meet with officials.
Just a quick reminder: After this issue you have just four weeks to write letters prior to the Nov. 3 elections.
Election 2015: Rapid River Water & Sewer District
If approved, district patrons could see at minimum a $10 water rate increase, and construction on the approximately million-dollar project would tentatively start in fall 2016.
Is Idaho County getting grayer? Yes, but it is also showing an increase in younger-age populations as well, according to estimates recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Runners were up bright and early Saturday morning, Sept. 26, for the second annual Flamingo Fun Run 5K, starting at Grangeville Lions Park. The fund-raising event benefits finding a cure for SMA (spinal muscular atrophy), the number one genetic killer of children younger than age 2. Saturday’s event drew 81 runners/walkers and raised more than $5,000. Pictured here is participant Ellie Harrison of Rigby. Flamingo Fun Run results are on page 10B.
Building, vehicles tools lost in Sept. 27 Grangeville blaze
Cause and point of origin are currently unknown for a Sunday afternoon fire that blazed through a Grangeville shop destroying vehicles, tools and personal property.
Alcohol is a suspected factor in a Sunday motorcycle crash east of Grangeville that injured a Kooskia man.
The City of Grangeville has a new way to pay utility bills online that looks to make payments more convenient for customers, and on the receiving end reduce both hands-on processing and mailing expenses.