By Stan Seigler Bible Believer Fellowship Christian, how effective is your witnessing? Maybe it has not been fruitful enough so that you have even stopped trying to reach others with the saving hope of Jesus Christ. Let’s take another look at your … [Read more...] about Pastor’s Notes: I told you so!
Archives for May 2018
A jailer who provided contraband to a prisoner will be sentenced on July 2 by Second District Judge Gregory Fitzmaurice. Amanda Morris was charged April 9 with felony sexual contact with a prisoner, misdemeanor providing contraband to a prisoner, … [Read more...] about Lewis County Jailer pleads guilty to giving prisoner contraband
A Winchester man with an extensive medical history was killed May 20 when he deliberately stepped in front of an oncoming vehicle along Highway 95 near Winchester. The Idaho State Police investigated the vehicle versus pedestrian crash involving … [Read more...] about Pedestrian killed after walking into oncoming traffic
The Idaho County Sheriff’s Department is investigating two stolen trucks. Lawrence Lyons of Kooskia reported returning home the evening of May 15 to find his brown/tan 1997 Ford F350 diesel truck stolen from his shop. He further reported a gold … [Read more...] about Police investigating stolen trucks
Walter Hazeltine, 65, of Stites was involved in a single vehicle accident along Highway 12 on May 17 about 37 miles upriver from Kooskia. Hazeltine came around a corner a little too fast in a 1984 Chevrolet truck/motor home and went into a ditch … [Read more...] about Stites man involved in non-injury wreck
By Linda Morrison "...the care of the earth is our most ancient and most worthy and, after all, our most pleasing responsibility. To cherish what remains of it, and to foster its renewal, is our only legitimate hope." Wendell Berry How … [Read more...] about Glyphosate
By Angela Broncheau Congratulations to the Kamiah Kub Track Team who placed 2nd at State and the 4x100 team won the State Championship! Exciting way to end your high school career. You all ROCK! Kamiah and Lapwai Nimiipuu Health will be closed … [Read more...] about Ee-too-tum-tine (What’s New)
A while back I wrote in my Progress column (Notes from the Gunsmith) that I had been diagnosed with Stage 4 advanced prostate cancer, the curse of older men. Latest statistics say one out of every two people in America will get cancer sooner or … [Read more...] about For all my brothers and sisters who have cancer
Upon hearing this, some will say, "No way!" Others, "It’s about time, the system is broken." The Amnesty I’m talking about is the old-fashioned kind, like the amnesty boxes we used to see at airports and other public places 50 years ago: "Place your … [Read more...] about AMNESTY NOW!
Dona Darlene Jones, 80, of Kamiah passed away Sunday, May 13, 2018 at her Kamiah home. Dona was born Sept. 13, 1937 in Oakland, Calif. to William and Lois McAllister Youngblood. She graduated from high school in Atascadero, Calif. On March 13, … [Read more...] about Dona Darlene Jones, 80