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Stove ashes cause minor smoke incident at trailer park

Fire Chief Tackett advises care in disposing embers

Still-smoldering stove ashes resulted in a minor ignition incident at West Side Trailer Court last week.

Woman trapped 14 hours in Graves Creek crash

Inattentive driving is a suspected factor in a single-vehicle injury crash on Graves Creek Road last week.

Renew public art efforts in county

We’ve had our heads hunkered down for so long trying to make a living that we may have forgotten those things that make life enjoyable. Public art is one.

Search warrant for stolen property nets multiple arrests at Kamiah

A search warrant served at a Kamiah-area property Tuesday regarding a stolen vehicle netted not only a suspect in the case but also multiple unrelated misdemeanor arrests.

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Taking deal: Woman to plead guilty in Exxon robbery

As part of an agreement with prosecutors, a 20-year-old Cottonwood woman will plead guilty to involvement in the 2013 armed robbery of a Grangeville gas station.

Two Grangeville attorneys in play for district judge job

Two Grangeville attorneys are in the running for the open Second Judicial District judge position, being vacated by outgoing Judge Michael Griffin.

Scams hit locals by phone, e-mail

Scammers have been busy lately, using both phone and e-mail to bilk Idaho County residents.

Ideal gift is time to community

That hard-to-find, last-minute gift item we’re going to be suggesting this Christmas won’t fit in a box or under a tree. It’s not diamonds or two tickets to that thing your wife really likes.

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Power cut for three hours in Saturday night vehicle crash

A charge for excessive DUI is pending against a Grangeville man who crashed his vehicle into a utility pole Saturday night, disrupting local power service for more than three hours.

Long-term fix needed for PILT, SRS funding; County should lead charge

Another bipartisan coalition. Another last-minute appeal for appropriations. More pleading, more begging.

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