There is a better way to fund Ridge Runners than to vote taxes on the poor. Take your $700 insurance savings and give it to the Ridge Runner fire department. They will have lots of money. Matt Osborn Kooskia … [Read more...] about Donate, don’t tax
Archives for August 2018
Why are people so intent on letting their dogs (and some have many) bark throughout the night and day for no reason? Those of us who manage their dogs have to listen to those who don’t or won’t manage their dogs continue to bark constantly. Can I … [Read more...] about Barking dogs…Really!
I noticed last week Joe O’Hare crawled back from under his rock. Joe, why do you insist on spewing your inane blather? I get the fact you personally hate President Trump and I didn’t vote for him to be my warm and fuzzy ‘Grandpa in Chief.’ I … [Read more...] about Would you rather see country fail?
Mariah Evans and Cameron Moore of Craigmont announce the birth of their daughter, MaKenna Dean Moore. She was born July 24, 2018 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Cottonwood. She weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz. and measured 21 inches long. MaKenna joins … [Read more...] about Birth: MaKenna Dean Moore
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the recovery of a cargo trailer that was stolen last weekend. On Friday or Saturday, July 27-28, a Haulmark cargo trailer was stolen from a campsite on the Weitas Butte Lookout Road … [Read more...] about Reward offered
By Damon Keen The Carrot Ridge Volunteer Fire District and Community Center received another influx of funding to help complete their project. The Freedom Northwest Credit Union (FNWCU) board approved an $8,000 donation to help the Woodland … [Read more...] about FNWCU gives generously
The city of Kooskia has flip-flopped on its intention to create its own police force. The city advised the Idaho POST Council on July 10 of its plan to initiate its own force with Carlos Martinez and Tim Sokolowski as officers. Martinez was named … [Read more...] about Kooskia flip-flops on its own police force
Idaho County Commissioners unanimously agreed to put the issue of making the Ridge Runner Fire Department a taxing district on the ballot this November, a decision that did not bode well with many attendees at Tuesday’s meeting. The petition … [Read more...] about Tax district to go before voters
Pump failure at a booster station on Bryan Drive July 21 nearly proved disastrous when a fire started across the street from a Kamiah neighborhood and firefighters could not get the volume of water they needed. A broken power line ignited a grass … [Read more...] about Booster station pump failure hinders fire fighting response
Join in a day of family fun at the 26th annual Raspberry Festival on Sunday, Aug. 5 at the Monastery of St. Gertrude, 465 Keuterville Road in Cottonwood. The day will begin at 8 a.m. with a 10K/5K Fun Run and Walk and a pancake breakfast. The fun … [Read more...] about Community Happenings: Monastery to host Raspberry Festival