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News For The Week of September 22, 2016
Kamiah School Board Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

Gender issue surfaces at Kamiah schools 

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     Sharlene Johnson is the newest trustee on the Kamiah School Board. She replaces Nels Kludt, who stepped down because of moving out of the district. Johnson previously served on the board about 10 years ago.

     District Clerk Tracy Lynde administered the oath of office to Johnson during a regular board meeting Sept. 19. Board Chairman Rikki Simler welcomed Johnson to the board.

     During the brief board meeting, trustees discussed a four-page gender identity and sexual orientation policy from the Idaho State Board Association.

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Mountain View School Board Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

Mtn. View looking to implement gun policy

     For some time, the local school districts have been hashing out the benefits of putting a gun policy in place. Mtn. View School District might be one step closer to implementing such a policy indicated by the informational discussion at Monday’s school board meeting.

     Mike Dominguez, who just began his second term as a board member for School District #244, has been intensely studying a gun policy that has already been in place for more than three years at Garden Valley, Idaho.

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Royal smiles Print E-mail
9-22-16-savannah-martin-andClearwater Valley held its Homecoming football game against Timberline last Friday, announcing their royalty at the halftime festivities. This year’s King and Queen are senior Trey Pfefferkorn (right) and senior Savannah Martin. Janene Engle/Progress
 
Unemployment numbers released Print E-mail

Lewis County unemployment rate climbs to highest in state

     For the sixth time this year, Idaho was No. 1 in the nation for over-the-year job growth in August. An additional 22,000 jobs were driven by across-the-board gains in all industries. Construction grew the fastest with a 9.2 percent increase followed by growth in financial activities, other services and information.

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