By Janna Privette CV/Kamiah coach The CV-Kamiah cross country team traveled to McCall last Saturday for the Dash and Splash opener. This informal meet is an opportunity for kids to connect with athletes from other teams for a fun, non-scored … [Read more...] about Gianopolus leads girls at McCall opener
Archives for August 2018
The following is a letter by Kamiah Mayor Betty Heater in response to the announcement that Fire Chief Dan Musgrave and the majority of his command crew were stepping down at the beginning of October. "I would like to take the time to thank Daniel … [Read more...] about Mayor responds to Fire Chief’s departure
How will the departure of Fire Chief Dan Musgrave, his command crew, and possibly as many as eight other firemen affect the community’s fire rating? No one seems to know right now. The fire rating is used by insurance companies to determine cost … [Read more...] about Will Kamiah’s fire rating be affected?
The handling of a personnel issue appears to be the root of nearly the entire Kamiah firefighting force vowing to call it quits. After 39 years with the Kamiah Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Dan Musgrave officially announced his retirement at a … [Read more...] about Kamiah Fire Chief, command crew call it quits
The Kamiah Chamber of Commerce welcomes everyone to the 82nd annual Barbecue Days this weekend, Aug. 30 through Sept. 2. Thursday features a free High Tea, and some of Friday’s activities include a spaghetti feed, Kubs home football game, and the … [Read more...] about 82nd annual Barbecue Days this weekend
The Chamber of Commerce has made their choice for the 2018 Barbecue Days Outstanding Community Service Award, and it comes as no surprise that Bob and Felicia Squires fit the bill. Still doing what he has always loved, you can usually find Bob at … [Read more...] about Outstanding Community Service Award: Squires’ roots run deep
"Cannonball" might once again be yelled by children at the Kamiah swimming pool. With a pot of $150,000 in federal grant money in the offing, it might just be possible to reopen the Kamiah city swimming pool next summer. Angela Edwards from … [Read more...] about Pool to open next summer?
This is in response to Joe O’Hare’s nasty letter in last week’s paper. In it, he mentions Hitler, who butchered millions of innocent people and plunged the world into a terrible war. Then, O’Hare has the incredibly bad taste to refer to his own … [Read more...] about Despicable insults cannot go unchallenged
Lois’ letter to the editor Aug. 16 re: responsible people and pet owners was top notch and to the point. I totally agree. It would be wonderful if people would care more about their companion animals. I think Idaho has few if any animal protection … [Read more...] about Idaho needs more animal protection laws
In light of recent events in Kooskia concerning our City Government I am compelled to write to you. As we are all aware the Mayor, Charlotte Schilling, and two of the public works employees, made a failed attempt to create a Police Department. It was … [Read more...] about Kooskia government needs a change