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Kamiah man arrested for driving without privileges

     George Wesley Garrett, 50, of Kamiah was arrested Dec. 3 for driving without privileges and operating a vehicle without insurance, both misdemeanors.

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Kamiah man cited for leaving the scene of accident

     Ben Dickson, 32, of Kamiah was cited for leaving the scene of an accident and failure to report it, both misdemeanors, on Dec. 4.

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Kamiah woman arrested for DWP, no insurance

     Rebecca Akins, 26, of Kamiah was arrested Dec. 2 for driving without privileges and having no insurance, both misdemeanors.

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Kooskia man arrested for DWP

     Idaho County Dep. Craig Hoodman arrested Benjamin Sedgewick, 48, of Kooskia on Nov. 30 for driving without privileges and failure of no proof of liability insurance (second or subsequent offense), both misdemeanors.

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Orofino PD arrests five in drug sting

     Three men and two women were arrested on drug charges following the execution of a search warrant by the Orofino Police Department on Nov. 29.

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Non-injury accident on Leitch Creek Road

     On Dec. 1, Corporal Tom Remington of the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to 110 Nelson Road, regarding a single vehicle accident which had occurred earlier in the evening on Leitch Creek Road.

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Black ice blamed for Winchester wreck

     Mica Evans, 45, of Cottonwood was injured after her vehicle struck black ice and overturned along Highway 95.

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Bell ringing campaign underway Print E-mail
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The Kamiah Kiwanis Club kicked off their annual Salvation Army bell ringing campaign Dec. 7 in front of the post office. Club members Dale Schneider, Dave Hasz, and Sam Perkins spent the chilly morning raising money for the charitable organization. All money raised will stay in the local community. Here, three-year-old Joshua drops some change in the kettle for Steve Basaraba (right) as Dale Schneider looks on. Kiwanis members will be at the post office and in front of Cloninger’s during the holiday season so be sure to donate when you see the familiar red kettle. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

 
Singing in the season Print E-mail
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The Valley Singers and Bell Choir, along with the Children of God Singers (COGS), performed their final concert of the holiday season Dec. 4 at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church in Kamiah. Makennah Mincolla (left) and Melissa Larman sing Happy Birthday, Jesus during the COGS portion of the concert. Find us on facebook to see videos from the concert. Gina Jorgensen/Progress

 
Donate food, get a massage Print E-mail

Get a Massage for Food Drive

     This year the Massage for Food Drive by Diana Heun of Real Relief massage therapy will be conducted on Monday, Dec. 12, and on Friday, Dec. 16 only from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The location of the food drive on both days will be in the Looking Glass Mall, 306 W. Main St., Kamiah. This is the same building which has the H&R Block and the Mountain View Dentistry businesses in it. When you enter the mall go to the end of the hallway to Unit #3.

     This Food Drive is to help the Emergency Feeding Outreach in their efforts. Bring any combination of three cans of food: vegetables, fruit, chili, spaghetti sauce, Manwich, tuna, canned milk, peanut butter, jam, mayonnaise, soup or stew.

     For the three cans of food you will receive a free 10-minute chair massage covering shoulders, back, arms and hands. It’s a great way to refresh yourself while helping the community. Please come and participate.

 
"The Savior" to be presented Print E-mail

Christmas play at The Life Center

     The children at The Life Center will present, “The Savior” by Kerstin Hawkes. This never seen before version of the true Christmas story will warm your heart with the traditional characters of Mary, Joseph, the shepherds, angels and wisemen along with a surprise group at the end.

     The play is directed by Trena Schlieper with Assistant Director, Amber Hawkes.

     Performances will be at The Life Center, located at 4432 Highway 12 on Friday, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 11 at 10:10 a.m.

 
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