Our first meeting of the new writing group on Dec. 12 was very productive with 10 members in attendance. Everyone has a different favorite genre or reason for wanting to write, but it was decided that constructive criticism and feedback is one of the … [Read more...] about Kamiah Community Library
Bart Graves of Kooskia and his 14-year-old daughter, Lauren Graves, pose with a pair of buck they harvested in southern Idaho this November. They harvested these two mule deer bucks within 10 minutes of each other. Photo by Bart Graves … [Read more...] about The Back Page
By Denis B. Duman Idaho County Commissioner Idaho County does not have land use planning, zoning or building permit requirements in contrast to all the other counties in the State of Idaho. This is by vote of the residents in Idaho … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Commissioners uphold the law while supporting free land use of private property
By State Representative Priscilla Giddings Idaho’s 64th legislative session is just weeks away from convening, and on the eve of a highly contested 2018 election, there are several polarizing issues waiting in the wings of the capitol. One of … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Should Idaho support a Constitutional Convention?
By Wayne Hoffman President of the Idaho Freedom Foundation Research by Janae Wilkerson If you attend an Idaho college or university, it’s more likely than not you won’t graduate. Meanwhile, state officials are pushing to achieve the goal that … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Fix broken college education system before trying to add students
Chess holds a host of metaphorical ideas that can apply to life. Last night yet another metaphor came to mind prompted by the game of Chess. Another title for this article might be: "Love, Truth and Wisdom." The Queen represents love. She is … [Read more...] about Merry Chessmas!
Hooray to those neighbors of Fran Barnes who refused to sign her petition (to prevent her neighbor from subdividing his land). It is convenient that Fran already has her small acreage in the country. If she wanted to build one or two more houses on … [Read more...] about Turnabout is fair play
All are welcome to join in the celebration of Jesus Christ’s birth at Winchester Community Church’s two services on Christmas Eve. Sunday morning, Dec. 24 at 10:30 a.m. will feature the Christmas Choir cantata, "Start at the manger." Traditional … [Read more...] about Winchester to host Christmas services
High Rollers 12/12/17 - Team Standings: Tuesdays R Us 164-96, Jacobs Lumber Co. 141-119, Dabco Inc. 136.5-124.5, ATS 135-125, Dale’s Mini Storage 120-140, Fun n Games 84.5-175.5. Team High Game: Tuesdays R Us 829, Fun n Games 824, Dale’s Mini Storage … [Read more...] about Bowling
Helping a new generation of farmers take root is the goal of a University of Idaho Extension workshop series, "Starting Your Sustainable Small Farm in Idaho." The workshop series will begin with an introductory webinar Monday, Jan. 8 from 6-7 … [Read more...] about Workshop series aims to help aspiring small farmers