Lorie Palmer

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Syringa ends year at a loss: Hospital still strong financially, auditor says

“Well, it wasn’t as good of a year as 2013 in some ways,” said Carl Swenson of Crandall, Swenson & Gleason, Chtd., Certified Public Accountants.

Levy set Tuesday: MVSD 244 to ask patrons for $2.6 million supplemental levy

Voters in Mountain View School District 244 will be asked to go the polls Tuesday, March 10, and vote on a $2,663,246 supplemental levy.

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Future business leaders: Students to attend BPA competition

Several area students are headed to state competition following the regional Business Professionals of America event held Jan. 23 at Lewis-Clark State College.

Co-op to open in Kamiah Mini Mall Different businesses under umbrella

Keep your eyes peeled for the Clearwater Valley Market Coop, LLC. The umbrella organization will be in the Kamiah Mini Mall, 411 Main Street, along with The Creative Spirit of Idaho-Arts and Crafts of Idaho.

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Preparing For Caring

A time sensitive emergency simulation event was held at Soltman Center, sponsored by Syringa Hospital, Friday, Feb. 27.

Casting for Recovery: Women with breast cancer invited to participate in fishing, retreat program

To some, fly-fishing and breast cancer may not go hand in hand. However, to those who have experienced Casting for Recovery, they do.

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Showing Christ’s love through action: Cristo Vive dinner focusing on raising funds for camp

How do locals show the love of Jesus Christ? Through action. More than 100 people attended the third annual Cristo Vive Valentine fund-raiser dinner Feb. 14 to benefit Cristo Vive. Cristo Vive means “Christ Lives” and the organization’s goal is to “provide children and youth with disabilities and their families an opportunity to experience the love of God and faith in Christ through a fun and engaging camp experience.”

Helipad plan moves to next phase

Following months of discussion amongst themselves and with community members and other organizations, Syringa Hospital’s board of trustees made its first official action concerning a helipad on Grangeville’s Main Street.

Get Acquainted 2015 hits the newsstands

It's Your Business

Have you seen the 2015 Get Acquainted special section published by the Idaho County Free Press and Shopper? You should have received your copy inserted in today’s Shopper.

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Readers discuss Idaho author’s book

“The story was disagreeable to me,” said Thelma Landes. “Just a totally different lifestyle than mine.” “Really? I connected with the main character and really got a kick out of him,” said Sally Nolan.

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