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News For The Week of December 11, 2014
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12-11-14--kamigh-lightingChristmas light graced buildings, floats, and even horses at Kamiah last Friday during the annual Main Street parade. Winners from the Light Parade were: 1st, Valley Cats, “Christmas in the Mountains,” $20 Kamiah Bucks; 2nd, KCPC, “Aim to be Drug Free,” $15 Kamiah Bucks; 3rd, Hannah Gould and Emely Antilla, “Electric Cowgirls,” $10 Kamiah Bucks. Prizes were donated by the Kamiah Chamber of Commerce. Photo by Robert Millage
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USFS opts to raise access, rental fees

     Recreation fees for numerous sites on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests are going up.

     Regional Forester Faye Krueger recently approved the recommendation from the Coeur d’Alene Bureau of Land Management Resource Advisory Committee (BLM RAC) to increase fees.

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Family History Center helps uncover roots Print E-mail
Written by Ben Jorgensen, The Clearwater Progress   

Connecting with the treasured past

     Looking into your family history can be a lot like going on a treasure hunt. There is the element of travel (time in this case), the challenge of finding something truly priceless, and a few unexpected surprises along the way.12-11-14-family-history-cen

     To help curious hunters navigate their way toward successful finds, the Kamiah Family History Center offers the public free access and guidance in genealogical searches.

Jessi Proskine, right, Nedra Andersen and Wendy Proskine, back, are hooked on doing online family research and helping others build their family trees. The trio works at the Kamiah Family History Center, which offers the public free access and assistance in genealogy searches. Ben Jorgensen/Progress

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Hall lights up Kamiah Print E-mail
Written by Janene Engle, The Clearwater Progress   

A Christmas lesson from Marsha Hall

     Marsha Hall has a way with Christmas decorations, a tradition she has kept alive throughout the years. She is blessed with several children and many grandchildren who fill her home with joy during family get-togethers. Although they have outg12-11-14-lighted-houserown her home in numbers and can no longer gather in Marsha’s large rambler style house, she still enjoys displaying a wide variety of beautiful Christmas decorations inside as well as outside her home.

Marsha Hall is 76 years young and still loves working up her Christmas light display every year for everyone who drives by her home on Hill St. in Kamiah. Janene Engle/Progress

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Community property agreement form Print E-mail

Looking for a Community Property Agreement Form? Click here to download a legal size pdf form or visit our Contacts and Rates Page.

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