The NHTSA is again kicking off its annual Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over holiday campaign (now through Dec. 31) to raise public awareness of the dangers of drunk driving. Over the past five years, an average of 300 people died in drunk-driving … [Read more...] about Drive sober or get pulled over this New Year’s Eve
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Join the Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC) Youth Advisory Board (YAB) for a fun-filled night geared towards teens, on Dec. 31 at The Life Center at Kamiah. This event will be from 7 p.m.-7 a.m. and is free of charge. Breakfast the following … [Read more...] about Teens invited to New Year’s Eve’s Lock-in!
I lost a great friend to cancer last week. His name was Sam and he breathed his last about 4 a.m. on Friday during a snowstorm. That was my morning news. It wasn’t surprising information because his health has been wanting for a while. This last … [Read more...] about All I Have to Say: Lucky to have a friend like Sam
By U.S. Senators Mike Crapo and Jim Risch A typical family of four will get a $2,059 tax cut. Lower-middle and middle income families can save time and money on tax preparation due to the near doubling of the standard deduction and other … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Fixing broken tax code benefits taxpayers and boosts economy
By State Representative Priscilla Giddings Another polarizing issue waiting for Idaho’s 64th legislative session has to do with changing crime victims’ rights in the Idaho Constitution, commonly referred to as Marsy’s Law. “Marsy’s Law” … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Should we redefine “Victim” in the Idaho Constitution?
In response to County Commissioner Denis B. Duman’s letter in the Progress, I have to state I’ve dealt with commissioners and developers numerous times in the past. What I’ve learned is commissioners are not always the sharpest knives in the drawer … [Read more...] about Commissioner’s position on development inadequate
There were some interesting things for sale in the Tribune classifieds last week. My favorite was “animal wall plagues.” Usually people try to avoid plagues but someone thought they could find a buyer. Very optimistic! Do you think they … [Read more...] about Classifieds: The funny pages
The Idaho Farm Bureau would like to recognize Idaho’s Congressional Delegation of Senator Mike Crapo, Senator James Risch, Congressman Mike Simpson and Congressman Raul Labrador for their work on HR 1, the tax reform package that was sent to … [Read more...] about Idaho Farm Bureau commends delegation on tax reform package
Doris Ann Drake, 92, of Kamiah, passed away on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017 at Grangeville Heath and Rehabilitation in Grangeville. She was born on March 9, 1925 in Winona, Idaho to Doyle and Elsie Arp Hobart. She graduated in 1943 from Kamiah High … [Read more...] about Doris Ann Drake, 92
The meeting was called to order at 6:45 a.m. by club President Bob West with 14 members and guests present. Bob lead the club in the Pledge and Dale Schneider gave the opening invocation. The club then sang God Bless America. The Happy cup and Bob … [Read more...] about Kamiah Kiwanis Club