The Kamiah City Council took no action on banning safe and sane fireworks or implementing a burn ban last week. Kamiah Mayor Betty Heater asked Fire Chief Dan Musgrave about his view on fireworks use and a burn ban during a June 27 … [Read more...] about Burn ban coming soon?
Archives for July 2018
Last Tuesday, 12 Kamiah High School HOSA students and three adults left for the HOSA International Leadership Conference (ILC) in Dallas, Texas. It was four days of competition, workshops, interactive demonstrations, amazing guest speakers, and lots … [Read more...] about Top 10 finish for Kamiah HOSA students
Fifty miles of US-12 will be paved this summer to improve mobility and safety in the area, with work set to start on the first section during the week of July 9. The 27-mile section between Tumble Creek and Saddle Camp Road will be resurfaced … [Read more...] about Paving on US-12 to start next week
Preliminary statewide results from assessments taken by Idaho students this spring show encouraging increases in students’ proficiency in English and math through the ISAT and a puzzling dip in 11th graders’ performance on the SAT college entrance … [Read more...] about Preliminary results released for Idaho students’ SAT and ISAT
On July 24 the University of Idaho, Idaho County Extension Office hosted a fitting and showing clinic for livestock 4-H members at the Idaho County Fairgrounds in Cottonwood. The members were educated on how to fit, and trim their animals for … [Read more...] about Idaho County 4-H’ers learn about fitting and showing at clinic