Lorie Palmer

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CPP has new teacher

There’s a new face at Camas Prairie Preschool. Make that two new faces. Danielle Grow of Greencreek is the new teacher at the school and brings with her 3-year-old daughter, Lainey.

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Barbecue Days to proceed, despite fires

“The chamber felt that it was important to have a time for the community to come together and have a respite from all the chaos of the last month,” said Kamiah Chamber of Commerce President Robert Simmons.

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Prairie ag ed program flourishing

Don Curry looked at a mound of rocks, dirt and weeds at the far end of Prairie Junior Senior High School and had a vision. At the beginning of summer, that vision became a reality.

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Businesses, individuals make Idaho County Fair a success

It's Your Business

Kamiah Drug is replacing medications for patients who have lost their medication due to fire. Call them at 935-0102.

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GHS grad makes full circle, takes principal position at GEMS

A new face in the Grangeville Elementary Middle School principal’s chair is actually a familiar face to GEMS.

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Hall moves on to new music venue, adventure

He’s a traveling man and it’s time for a change.

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Bledsoe is new PA at Syringa Clinic

CV graduate returns home

Physician assistant Todd Bledsoe has made a full circle. The Clearwater Valley High School graduate is one of the newest faces at Syringa Clinic. “It is good to be back,” he smiled.

GHS grad makes full circle, takes principal position at GEMS

A new face in the Grangeville Elementary Middle School principal’s chair is actually a familiar face to GEMS. Although Dr. Susan Anderson only taught at GEMS for one year previously to taking the helm from outgoing principal Alica Holthaus, she has been a part of Grangeville for many more years.

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White Bird IOOF Hall gets inside facelift

It takes a village … or at least several communities to renovate a hall.

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Idaho County Fair: Pigs, people will keep cooler at the fair this year

It’s a hog’s world at the Idaho County Fair. At least it is this year. Each year the fair board plans and implements improvements to the grounds and this year it’s the pigs (and their owners) who will benefit most.

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