“This is an opportunity for us to remember our loved ones who have passed on in a very meaningful way,” said Dr. Danny Griffis.
Physician and nursing shortages are nothing new in rural areas.
Grammy Awards aren’t just for the rich and famous. Grangeville High School’s band is one of 120 schools nationwide up for a Grammy.
Grangeville High School basketball cheerleaders (L-R) Jennifer Hodges, Katelynn Robinson, Marissa Kennedy, Ashley Bradley and Anastasia Bearden were on hand Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Eagles Aerie to help wrap gifts.
Scared, young and full of dreams, Robert and Linda Nida embarked upon a new business venture in 1984. Thirty years later, that business is still a staple on Main Street.
Local volunteers sought to ring Salvation Army bell, collect funds: Kettle drive money stays in community
The Salvation Army Kettle Campaign has begun ringing their bells in Grangeville.
Three local students have been named winners in a First Amendment essay contest.
Enter the Enchanted Woodland Holiday this week as Syringa Hospital Foundation’s 21st annual Festival of Trees (FOT) event finds a new home for 2014.
Toys for Tots is up and running.
Don’t be fooled by a call from the nation’s capital.