Lorie Palmer

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Pratts serve as grand marshals

Nestled between the towns of Stites and Kooskia on the banks of the Clearwater River may just lay the best place on earth. Just ask Chuck Pratt.

Real Life helps with CV, GEMS school supplies; Community drive also assists students

Real Life Ministries has once again eased the burden of Grangeville parents — and will even extend that blessing to Kooskia-area parents this year.

Hospital board seat open after resignation

Scribner retires; ends on high note

A seat is available on the Syringa Hospital Board of Trustees and a new member is currently being sought.

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Royal Wave

American Indians donned their respective regalia for the Chief Lookingglass Parade in Kamiah, Saturday, Aug. 16. The parade was one part of a three-day festival that included dancing, drumming, food and friends.

Remembering Robin Williams

Robin Williams death struck a chord with many people for a variety of reasons. That his death was due to suicide hit us extra hard.

RadioShack is now Verizon phone dealer

It's Your Business

LifeFlight will be hosting tours of their helicopter Friday, Aug. 22, in Cottonwood. The helicopter will be landing on the open area above the Prairie football field around 11 a.m. and will stay for approximately two hours.

MVSD calendar sees a few changes for 2014-15

This fall’s Mountain View School District 244 calendar looks a little different.

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Residents, activity director help make garden profitable

Inch by inch, row by row, Lester helps makes this garden grow.

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Huckleberry heaven: Area a haven for purple berry treats

Crop is better than average this year

The aroma of a familiar fruity scent fills the woods. The noses find the bushes before the eyes do. However, once the eyes adjust, it’s purple berries as far as the eyes can see.

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Food program faces strict regulations: Manager receives award; Chartwells services renewed

Food service in schools can be a tricky business. Ask Maureen Burney who manages the Chartwells program for Mountain View School District 244.

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